Jennifer Horton, FOX10News | WALA

Jennifer Horton

FOX10News | WALA

Montgomery, AL, United States

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  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • KTRE News
  • KPLC
  • WMBFNews.com
  • WALB News 10
  • WAFF 48
  • WIS News 10
  • WBTV News
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Recent articles by Jennifer:

Dark money group funnels $1.5M into Ala. Governor’s race

Millions of dollars are flowing into the state ahead of the upcoming primary election. Some estimate the race to clinch the Republican nomination for governor could exceed state fundraising records. So far, the crowded field’s raised more than $20 million dollars combined. → Read More

West Ala. prosecutor held in contempt of court, sentenced to jail

Assistant District Attorney Michael Caddell, Jr was held in contempt of court and sentenced to jail during a virtual preliminary hearing in Perry County Wednesday. → Read More

Gardendale’s ad valorem tax passes

Gardendale residents voted on an ad valorem tax that will generate more than $2 million for local schools. → Read More

Gardendale’s upcoming tax vote: What you need to know

In April, Gardendale residents will vote on an ad valorem tax that generates more than $2 million dollars for local schools. It’s a complicated tax issue that’s caused significant confusion. We’re on your side with the information. → Read More

State audit: Missing money, sloppy record keeping in Bessemer department; Mayor disagrees

Despite the state audit report, Bessemer Mayor Kenneth Gulley denies the District is missing money. → Read More

COVID is here to stay, what we can expect long term

COVID is now part of our everyday lives, and it’s here to stay. Going forward, doctors anticipate it will be more manageable than what we’ve experienced during the last two years. → Read More

Renewed effort to drop Confederate general from King-Lee holiday

Alabama and Mississippi are the only states that still celebrate both King and Lee together. If it’s up to state Representative Chris England, this will be the last year the holiday is split. → Read More

Pills to treat COVID-19 arrive in Alabama

There’s a new option available for those who test positive - a pill made specifically to reduce COVID symptoms and avoid hospitalizations for vulnerable populations. → Read More

Tallassee mayor arrested in domestic violence investigation

Orange Beach Police said they responded to a domestic violence call on Perdido Beach Boulevard. → Read More

Tallassee mayor arrested in domestic violence investigation

Orange Beach Police said they responded to a domestic violence call on Perdido Beach Boulevard. → Read More

WBRC EXCLUSIVE: AG: Ethics Commission staff mishandled investigation

According to the letter, Steve Marshall’s office conducted its own investigation into the case and found what he calls “demonstratively false evidence” and “material misrepresentations of fact” in ethics investigative reports, case files and transcripts from that hearing. → Read More

WBRC EXCLUSIVE: AG: Ethics Commission staff mishandled investigation

According to the letter, Steve Marshall’s office conducted its own investigation into the case and found what he calls “demonstratively false evidence” and “material misrepresentations of fact” in ethics investigative reports, case files and transcripts from that hearing. → Read More

Children’s of Alabama reports 60% increase in pediatric firearm injuries this year

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - This year, 2021 will likely go down as a record-setting year for the highest number of pediatric firearm injuries in various cities across Alabama, and possibly → Read More

Children’s of Alabama reports 60% increase in pediatric firearm injuries this year

Intentional shootings where someone purposefully pulled the trigger account for half of the firearm cases that come through Children’s. → Read More

Jefferson County Judge removed from the bench effectively immediately

Jefferson County Judge Nakita Blocton has been removed from the bench by the Court of the Judiciary late Friday following a four day trial. → Read More

Jefferson County Judge removed from the bench effectively immediately

Jefferson County Judge Nakita Blocton has been removed from the bench by the Court of the Judiciary late Friday following a four day trial. → Read More

Gardendale pays settlement, ends litigation over failed school district

After six years, the litigation surrounding Gardendale’s effort to start its own school district is over. The City of Gardendale settled with the private plaintiffs for $630,000 dollars. → Read More

Dental access in Alabama is shrinking, what you need to know

Alabama dentists say the state is on the verge of a workforce crisis. One-third of Alabama’s dentists are sixty years or older. At least half of those practice in rural Alabama, which means the majority of rural dentists are eyeing retirement. → Read More

Dental access in Alabama is shrinking, what you need to know

Alabama dentists say the state is on the verge of a workforce crisis. One-third of Alabama’s dentists are sixty years or older. At least half of those practice in rural Alabama, which means the majority of rural dentists are eyeing retirement. → Read More

On Your Side: Are deer harvested in Alabama safe to eat?

Deer season is underway in Alabama. As hunters head to the woods, we investigate whether the deer you harvest are healthy and safe to eat. → Read More