Courtney Chandler

Courtney Chandler

Reporter

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

  ‘Food Truck Takeover’ brings residents together, gives hope to food vendors

  Wetumpka couple prepares to move into barndominium

  Troy University trustee Lamar Higgins dies

  Alabama AG warns of ethics violations over relief funds

  Montgomery providing youth employment opportunities this summer

  Group stands in solidarity against Asian hate crimes

  MPS holds Summer Camp Expo at Eastdale Mall

  Alabama responds to rise in homelessness during pandemic

  Police officers voice complaints about MPD leadership

  Montgomery’s long-abandoned Grove Court Apartments to be redeveloped

  Local business prepares shop for expiring mask mandate

  Churches prepare to welcome back members to sanctuary for Easter Sunday

  MGM brings back nonstop flights to Washington, eying new airline

  Perry County residents continue to clean up after storm

  Concern over amount of Alabamians not getting COVID-19 vaccine

  Volunteers sought to preserve history of Oakwood Cemetery

  Memorial service held for late councilman Richard Bollinger

  Disaster relief organization helps storm cleanup in Dallas County

  Recent severe weather brings concerns to some Alabama farmers

  Montgomery doctor talks surviving pandemic a year later

  Filing stimulus payments on your taxes

  Mother, daughters create tiny resort business in Lee County

  Montgomery City Council approves $50M capital improvement plan

  Montgomery mayor calls for $50M in capital improvement projects

  Montgomery Half Marathon makes its return

  COVID-19 relief bill expected to provide much needed boost to local economy

  Montgomery Public Schools prepare for students’ return

  Martin & Coretta King Unity Breakfast turned into drive-in event

Lawmaker introduces ‘Fair Pay to Play’ bill

  Selma could see economic impact from virtual Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee