Jennifer Brett, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Jennifer Brett

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Atlanta, GA, 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

  • Unknown
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • WSB Radio
  • WSB-TV
  • WOKV News
  • MyAJC
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • AJCaccessATL
  • KIRO 7

Past articles by Jennifer:

Lake drownings at Allatoona and Lanier claim lives of 5-year-old, 20-year-old

A north Georgia community is grieving after a drowning incident claimed the life of a child who’d just finished his kindergarten year. → Read More

MONDAY’S WEATHER-TRAFFIC: Foggy morning, then warm and cloudy

If Santa brought you a new winter coat for Christmas, it can stay in the closet today. Temps will reach into the 70s, according to the forecast from Channel 2 meteorologist Eboni Deon. → Read More

MONDAY WEATHER-TRAFFIC: Just a bit of early rain to start Thanksgiving week

We could see a bit of rain early this morning, then clouds, then sun. Day 1 of Thanksgiving week will be a chilly one, Channel 2 Action News meteorologist Brian Monahan says. The high will be climb close to 60 but it’ll be breezy. → Read More

2 teens fatally shoot each other at a gas station, Forest Park police say

Two teens shot each other multiple times inside a car and both died, the Forest Park Police Department said Sunday. → Read More

Heroes, Saints & Legends gala to be held in person this summer

When the coronavirus pandemic struck, Wesley Woods Senior Living took quick and creative steps to keep residents safe and engaged. → Read More

How Hank Aaron used his legendary status to help others

Baseball hero's efforts off the field often helped young people pursuing their education. → Read More

Atlanta’s 2020 homicides: How we got this story

Read the special report about the people killed by homicide in Atlanta during 2020, including details about each of 2020′s homicide victims, by reporters at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. → Read More

Buckhead stores, restaurants clean up after a night of riots and looting

Hours after a peaceful gathering in downtown Atlanta morphed into vandalism and arson Frid... → Read More

Civil rights legend Rev. Joseph Lowery has died

The nation is mourning a titan of the Civil Rights Era. The Rev. Joseph Lowery has died. → Read More

Anne Cox Chambers: “Making the world a better place”

As a philanthropist, Anne Cox Chambers forever enhanced Atlanta’s civic and cultural landscape. As a political activist and diplomat, her influence spanned the globe. Yes Chambers would want to be remembered as one who enjoyed life’s simple pleasures. → Read More

Person hit by car on Clarence Street in Dayton

Montgomery County dispatch confirmed a pedestrian was hit near 1616 Clarence Street. → Read More

How Kobe Bryant enjoyed Atlanta

After five championships and 20 years of NBA ball, Kobe Bryant announced his retirement in November... → Read More

Metro Atlanta’s celebrity crime victims

Crime doesn’t care if you’re famous. → Read More

Olivia Wilde defends portrayal of late Kathy Scruggs

The actress defends her portrayal of the AJC reporter in “”Richard Jewell” amid debate → Read More

Cox, AJC seek ‘Richard Jewell’ disclaimer in letter to Clint Eastwood

A letter from Los Angeles-based law firm Lavely & Singer sent Monday on behalf of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Cox Enterprises, its parent corporation, takes strong exception to elements of the upcoming film “Richard Jewell,” particularly its portrayal of late AJC reporter Kathy Scruggs. The movie version of Scruggs, played by Olivia Wilde, is depicted as someone who relies on… → Read More

The Ballad of Kathy Scruggs

Kathy Scruggs, the AJC reporter depicted in Richard Jewell movie, isn’t alive to defend herself against ‘floozy’ portrayal → Read More

‘Real-time crimefighting.’ Around 11,000 cameras watch over Atlanta

Operation Shield lets Atlanta police view footage from thousands of public and private cameras. It thrills supporters, but chills the ACLU and others. → Read More

How the UGA-Notre Dame game inspired a viral Twitter account

Meet the UGA grad behind Irish Spring’s good, clean fun → Read More

Atlanta airport goes quiet and still in memory of 9/11

Things were humming along as usual at the Atlanta airport security checkpoint Wednesday morning, unt... → Read More

Tyler Perry vows to help the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian devastation

In a social media post, Perry pledged that as soon as I can, I will be there to do whatever I can to help you rebuild stronger and better. → Read More