Morgan Young, WSFA 12 News

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WSFA 12 News

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Past articles by Morgan:

MPS planning job fair amidst statewide teacher shortage

Montgomery Public Schools is preparing to hold a job fair for teachers as the Alabama experiences a statewide teacher shortage. → Read More

Allergist says seeing pollen earlier means a longer allergy season

We are beginning to see pollen here in Alabama earlier than we ever did before. → Read More

Former Virginia College students still without answers months after closure

It's been nearly three months since Virginia College announced its sudden closure, leaving thousands of students around the country without answers or hope for finishing their degrees.In Montgomery, students say they are still unsure of what's next. → Read More

Starbucks going green by testing compostable cups

On the outside, the compostable cup looks just like Starbucks’ current paper cup. But on the inside, Starbucks has replaced the plastic liner with a biodegradable one. → Read More

LEAD Academy registration numbers continue to grow, parents express excitement

Montgomery parents discuss their decision to register their children for LEAD Academy. → Read More

Here’s how LEAD Academy will be different than traditional public schools

Charlotte Meadows sits down with WSFA 12 News to further discuss plans for Montgomery's first public charter school. → Read More

State’s ‘tax app’ gets some upgrades for second season

The Alabama Department of Revenue's eID tax app has several upgrades for its second tax season in existence. → Read More

Montgomery woman speaks after deadly house fire

Bennetta Carter lost her husband in a fire that destroyed her home in February. → Read More

Mother speaks after losing son to Beauregard tornado

Shamel Hart is trying to help her family heal just a day after burying her son and niece who died in the devastating March 3 tornadoes. → Read More

Mother speaks after losing son to Beauregard tornado

Shamel Hart is trying to help her family heal just a day after burying her son and niece who died in the devastating March 3 tornadoes. → Read More

Annual civil rights pilgrimage features new EJI museum, memorial

The annual civil rights pilgrimage, hosted by The Faith & Politics Institute, featured the Equal Justice Initiative's Legacy Museum and Memorial for Peace and Justice for the first time. → Read More

More than 30 guns recovered from area youth in the last year

Montgomery County District Attorney Daryl Bailey discusses the prominence of the issue of youth with guns following a shooting at Lee High School. → Read More

Residents say they’re ‘not surprised’ about Lee High School shooting

Montgomery residents say the recent shooting at Lee High School did not shock them. → Read More

MPS preparing to make cuts to avoid budget deficit

Montgomery Public Schools is preparing to make adjustments in order to avoid a budget deficit. → Read More

Greenville police see drop in crime, more community policing

Greenville Police share crime numbers from 2017 to 2018 and explain how they compare to current crime numbers for 2019. → Read More

Huntingdon College community rallies around cafeteria worker after devastating house fire

Students and staff at Huntingdon College support dining hall worker after fatal house fire → Read More

Jussie Smollett charged with making false police report

Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi tweeted the news on Wednesday after Smollett's attorneys met with prosecutors and detectives. → Read More

Family pressing charges against woman for disrupting baby’s birthday photo shoot

A Houston family is pressing charges against a woman who ordered them out of a local spot during their daughter's birthday photo shoot. They say the woman harassed them and even put her hands on one of them. → Read More

MPS Board to vote on charter school contracts early next week

The Montgomery Education Foundation and Montgomery Public Schools is preparing to finish its contract for MPS' first charter schools → Read More

Parents of child killed on South Boulevard react to coming safety changes

Timothy and Angela Buschert react to the Alabama Department of Transportation plans to begin construction on safety projects on a roadway where their son was hit and killed two years ago. → Read More