Jennifer Horton, WSFA 12 News

Jennifer Horton

WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

Contact Jennifer

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • WSFA 12 News
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • WTVM News Leader 9
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • KTRE News
  • KPLC
  • WALB News 10
  • WAFF 48
  • WIS News 10
  • WBTV News
  • and more…

Recent articles by Jennifer:

Pandemic highlights cracks in public health funding, infrastructure

State records indicate the loss of key programs. → Read More

Alabama bill aims to reduce children’s exposure to lead paint

Proponents say it’s needed and point to other Southern states who levy much higher daily fines. → Read More

What to know about 8 mass vaccination clinics opening Monday in Alabama

Alabama State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris held a news conference Friday morning to discuss the state’s ongoing COVID-19 vaccination efforts. → Read More

Push for vaccinations grows as COVID-19 variants emerge in Alabama

As new COVID-19 variants emerge in Alabama, there’s a race to vaccinate as many residents as possible. → Read More

ADPH: Johnson & Johnson’s 1-dose vaccine would benefit Alabama

Johnson & Johnson produced a vaccine that alleviated serious restrictions that accompany both Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines. → Read More

Educators rally for funds to expand mental health services

Mental health coordinators in nearly every school district across the state are the latest public school champions in Alabama. → Read More

Montgomery child advocacy center seeing twice as many abuse cases

Child Protect sees hundreds of abuse victims walk through their doors every year. → Read More

Suspect pleads guilty to raping woman at gunpoint, sentenced to 198 years

Terrance Devonte Cobb, 22, will likely spend the remainder of his productive life in state prison. → Read More

Suspect pleads guilty to raping woman at gunpoint, sentenced to 198 years

Terrance Devonte Cobb, 22, will likely spend the remainder of his productive life in state prison. → Read More

Johnson & Johnson vaccine could provide needed boost to state’s allocation

Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine could change that for the better, if all goes as planned. → Read More

Former Lee County psychiatrist sentenced in federal pill mill case

As part of the plea agreement, James Edwards will surrender all medical and processional licenses. → Read More

Ala. banks prepare to process PPP applications, loans

PPP loan applications opened this week for small and minority-owned businesses and community banks. → Read More

Alabama AG orders review of dark money group he chairs after deadly Capitol riot

“I was completely unaware of our connection to this rally whatsoever,” Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall stated, adding he has ordered an internal review. → Read More

Alabama passes grim milestone as COVID claims 5,000+ lives

This week alone the Alabama Department of Public Health has confirmed more than 200 deaths, however some date back seven to eight months → Read More

Veteran nurse says administering vaccine is the highlight of her career

It was an emotional day for many who’ve weathered the greatest storm of their professional lives over the last nine months. → Read More

First COVID-19 vaccines administered at Baptist South in Montgomery

The first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine were administered to Baptist Health providers Wednesday morning. → Read More

Southeast Medical in Dothan administers state’s first COVID vaccine

Southeast Health administered the first COVID-19 vaccines in Dothan Tuesday morning. The hospital announced on Monday afternoon that their first shipment of 1,950 vaccines arrived Monday morning. → Read More

Baptist South receives nearly 4,000 doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

Baptist Health confirms nearly 4,000 doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine arrived at Baptist South Tuesday morning. → Read More

What’s next for Alabama hospitals slated to receive the Pfizer vaccine

The Alabama Department of Public Health estimates it will receive around 40,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine. The second of the two-dose vaccine will arrive in the coming weeks. → Read More

UAB running short on beds, staff to treat growing number of COVID-19 patients

At the time of publication, more 2,111 patients were being treated for the virus. 150 of those patients are in Montgomery-area hospitals and 149 are admitted to UAB, Alabama’s only level one trauma center. Doctors there paint a grim picture of the current hospital capacity and what’s to come. → Read More