Courtney Chandler

Courtney Chandler


Courtney Chandler is no stranger to Alabama. He grew up in Birmingham and is a graduate of Troy University with a degree in broadcast journalism. After graduating from Troy, Courtney returned home and worked in production for WIAT CBS 42 for a year and a half. He then moved to Dothan, where he worked for two years as a reporter at WDHN News 18. He then moved to Shreveport, Louisiana where he worked as a reporter at KTBS 3 News for a year and a half. In his spare time, Courtney is heavily involved with his church and his fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. He is a big sports fan and enjoys spending time with his family and friends. Courtney is happy to be in the River Region and excited to connect and tell your stories.

Recent Articles by Courtney

  Montgomery city council approves package store ordinance

  City ordinance could limit liquor stores in Montgomery

  Millbrook churches hold joint outdoor service

  Block party held for last minute push for voter registration

  Montgomery homicide victims remembered through billboard

  Montgomerians give feedback on proposed civilian review board

  Local organizations bring awareness to domestic violence

  Faith and Blue Weekend continues into 2nd day with fun and games

  Montgomery Police Department kicks off Faith and Blue Weekend

  Alabama farmers keep eye on Hurricane Delta

  Bike riders rally to end Montgomery gun violence

  Montgomery Health and Wellness Task Force holds kickoff event

  Tuskegee mayoral candidates make last-minute pitch before runoff

Census deadline pushed to Oct. 5

  Alabama works to slow number of COVID-19 cases

  Opelika boy granted new camper from Make-a-Wish

  2 families able to keep off-campus tailgate tradition alive despite COVID-19 pandemic

Montgomery restaurants and bars prepare for gameday

Auburn, Alabama prepare to welcome back fans

  Montgomery church sends help to hurricane-affected areas

  Montgomery church cautiously reopens amid pandemic

  Voter registration drive held by historic downtown Montgomery church