Erin Morgan, WJBF

Erin Morgan


Charleston, SC, United States

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Past articles by Erin:

In small town, Murdaugh jury selection could be tough

COLLETON COUNTY, S.C. (WCBD) – The murder trial for disgraced former attorney Alex Murdaugh is set to begin January 23 in Colleton County. Murdaugh — a well-known figure who descends from a legal dynasty that oversaw the area for over a century — is accused of fatally shooting his wife Margaret and youngest son Paul […] → Read More

Preparations underway for 41st annual SEWE

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Preparations are underway as the Lowcountry will celebrate the 41st annual Southeastern Wildlife Expo (SEWE) February 16-19. The event celebrates the outdoors through wildlife art, performances, animal demonstrations and competitions and more. Meagan Trotta, SEWE Marketing and Sales Director, said the event is a great way to get to know the […] → Read More

Cooper River Bridge Kids Run back in full-scale at the newly renovated Stoney Field

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – There is a lot of anticipation for the Cooper River Bridge Run Kids Run and Family Festival after the event was postponed back in October. The event was moved to this Sunday, January 8, after it was canceled in October due to Hurricane Ian. The Kids Run and Family Festival will […] → Read More

Doctors concerned over growing number of children consuming cannabis edibles

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Experts are concerned over a growing number of children consuming cannabis edibles. A new report from pediatricians shows the rate of children under the age of six eating cannabis edibles has increased by 1,375% since 2017. Christopher Pruitt, MUSC’s Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital Medical Director, said at least two young children […] → Read More

Social media scams targeting users with fake missing children posts

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – A new scam on social media is targeting people by using fake posts about missing children or pets. The posts have been popping up in community Facebook groups across the Lowcountry. Kimberly Kite, a former law enforcement investigator, said she’s frustrated the posts are targeting people’s emotions to take advantage of […] → Read More

Experts question legality of firing BCSD Superintendent

BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCBD) – Questions remain about the legality of the decision days after the Berkeley County School District (BCSD) School Board abruptly voted to fire Superintendent Deon Jackson and attorney Dr. Tiffany Richardson. Media attorney Jay Bender said that it is possible the board broke transparency rules. Although personnel matters are discussed in […] → Read More

Goose Creek woman left paying for faulty solar panels after company goes bankrupt

GOOSE CREEK, S.C. (WCBD) – ‘Going green’ is not coming with the perks it promises for a Goose Creek woman. Tina Willis said she is paying thousands of extra dollars after her solar panels stopped working, and the company she bought them from went bankrupt. She’s also not the only one in this situation. The […] → Read More

South Carolina woman fined after demolishing her home

A homeowner in Charleston was fined over $1,000 after trying to demolish her own house. → Read More

South Carolina woman fined after demolishing her home

A homeowner in Charleston was fined over $1,000 after trying to demolish her own house. → Read More

News 2 helps Lowcountry man get refund from large ticket sales company

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – More concerts are returning to the Lowcountry after two years of COVID-19 cancellations. But before buying tickets to see your favorite artists, make sure you read the fine print. One local man said that not doing so almost cost him hundreds of dollars. Last November, Peter Lipkin bought his daughter and […] → Read More

Lowcountry families frustrated by backlog in homicide cases

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Hundreds of families in the Lowcountry are still waiting for justice from the courts after losing a loved one. In the Ninth Judicial Circuit, which includes Charleston and Berkeley counties, there are about 19,000 total cases pending. According to Ninth Circuit Solicitor, Scarlett Wilson, there are almost 300 pending homicide cases. […] → Read More

Airbnb restricting some summer bookings in Charleston with anti-party rules

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) — Airbnb is cracking down on house parties with its anti-party plan over the Memorial Day and Fourth of July weekends. The vacation rental company is restricting certain guests from booking one-night stays in Charleston during the holiday weekends. Anyone without positive reviews through the company will not be able to book […] → Read More

Lowcountry family feels “let down” by SC’s bond system

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Victims of violent crimes and their families say they feel let down by the justice system after suspects out on bond are accused of committing further crimes. It’s a problem seen recently in the Lowcountry. Last week, police said a man shot a nine-year-old child in Downtown Charleston while out on […] → Read More

Lowcountry woman to appear on ‘Wheel of Fortune’

GOOSE CREEK, S.C. (WCBD) – A Lowcountry woman is set to appear on the popular gameshow, ‘Wheel of Fortune.’ Ashley Fabian is from Goose Creek and is a graduate of both Stratford Highschool and the College of Charleston. She said she has always been a fan of the show and has been doing the puzzles […] → Read More

Legislation raises age requirement for tobacco purchases

New legislation passed by President Trump on Friday will now make it harder for teens to get a hold of any tobacco products. → Read More

Experts suggest inspecting home, heater ahead of winter months

Here are ways to safely keep warm and without breaking the bank. → Read More

Family, friends say their final goodbyes to former WMC anchor Donna Davis

Saturday, family and friends said their final goodbye to former WMC Action News 5 anchor Donna Davis. → Read More

China trade war raising concerns over zoo pandas

Only four zoos in the United States have pandas, that includes the Memphis Zoo. → Read More

Therapist urges parents to watch for signs of bullying in school

With school starting back up, a therapist at Youth Villages in Memphis says there are some common types of bullying to look for in the classroom. → Read More

Man shot in I-40 road rage incident

The interstate shootings continue in Memphis. → Read More