Jennifer Morejon, WALB News 10

Jennifer Morejon

WALB News 10

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  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • WTOC11
  • WIS News 10
  • WBTV News
  • wave3news
  • WMBFNews.com

Recent articles by Jennifer:

Humane Society’s prison program helps trains dogs and prepare for adoption in Valdosta

Saving dogs and finding loving homes for them, that’s the mission for the Humane Society of Valdosta, Lowndes County. → Read More

Hahira PD hopes new DNA collecting system will help solve crimes across the region

Hahira Police Department is providing the region with a new tool to help find forensic evidence in crime scenes. → Read More

Brooks Co. Schools celebrate opening of new performing arts center

Investing into future generations, Brooks County Schools’ new performing arts center has state-of-the-art technology, over 500 seats and a full-size stage. → Read More

South Health District encourages everyone to prepare for flu season

With COVID-19 safety protocols in place last year, flu numbers were low. But that may not be the case this year. → Read More

Halloween events are back, VSU kicks off annual Haunted Trail

The pandemic has changed how we celebrate things, including Halloween. → Read More

Mother, daughter share breast cancer experience and encourage early detection

Mothers and daughters sometimes fight with one another, but in this case, a mother and daughter are fighting together. The battle, breast cancer. → Read More

Meet Darrion, Ga’s youngest certified election worker

He said it all began last year. His mom who works at the elections office needed some help. → Read More

First COVID-19 pill treatment seeks FDA emergency use authorization

Another medication to fight COVID-19 is on the road to receive authorization for use by the FDA. → Read More

WeatherSTEM stations in Lowndes County helps collect real-time weather data

Whether it’s a cloudy day, a storm rolling in, or bright sunshine in the sky, the WeatherSTEM station collects all the weather data. → Read More

WeatherSTEM stations in Lowndes County helps collect real-time weather data

Whether it’s a cloudy day, a storm rolling in, or bright sunshine in the sky, the WeatherSTEM station collects all the weather data. → Read More

Valdosta focusing on clean-up efforts during ‘Georgia Cities Week’

Valdosta has been celebrating community achievements, hosting different events where people can take pride and showcase their city. This year, they’re focusing on clean-ups and making the area more beautiful. → Read More

VSU police chief calls for vigilance following Friday fight incident

The fight began right outside of the student union around 1:30 p.m. → Read More

New Quitman memorial park honors 3 football players killed in 2013 crash

The sign for the memorial park on South Court Street was recently unveiled. → Read More

Valdosta’s Living Bridges Ministry expanding

The non-profit organization helps meet the needs in the community and provides a wide variety of ministry programs. After serving the community eight years, they’ll break ground this Thursday on a new warehouse and work center. → Read More

Small businesses, vendors glad Hahira’s Honey Bee Festival is back

More than 160 vendors are participating this year, ready to serve the community. → Read More

Lowndes Co., Valdosta negotiate Service Delivery Strategy agreement

An end is in sight after a very long negotiation process between Lowndes County and the cities within it. → Read More

Oktoberfest begins at Valdosta’s Georgia Beer Company

The annual event brings tourists from all over the region, helping Valdosta’s economy. → Read More

Virtual reality learning helps students get real criminal justice experiences at VSU

A new learning era, Valdosta State University has been incorporating virtual reality in the learning experience for students. → Read More

Moody AFB says goodbye to one of their combat search and rescue helicopters

Aircraft 356 will remain at Moody Air Force Base, put on display in the President George W. Bush Air Park. → Read More

American Red Cross experiencing emergency blood shortage

American Red Cross is experiencing the lowest blood inventory since 2015. → Read More