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

  Capital city joins nation in remembering COVID-19 victims

  Montgomery pastors discuss MLK’s message to promote unity in America

Freedom Rides Museum looking to bounce back from challenges due to the pandemic

  Montgomery remembers District 3 Councilman Tracy Larkin

  Some downtown Montgomery streets closing for possible protests

  Concrete barricades, cameras set up outside of state capitol

  Health, state leaders ask for patience on COVID-19 vaccine

  Alabama working to improve vaccine scheduling process

  Retail sales break records during holiday season

  Teachers protest against in-person learning near state capitol

  Alabama National Guard addresses violence at US Capitol

  Montgomery mayor, City Council meet for first time in 2021

Churches discuss plans, vaccine as COVID cases surge

  Alabama hopes to build back tourism in 2021

  Montgomery pastor, wife die 2 weeks apart due to COVID-19

  Montgomery firefighters begin receiving COVID-19 vaccine

  Alabama nursing homes to begin receiving COVID vaccines

  Homicide victim’s family asking for answers 11 months later

  Montgomery warming center receives holiday donation

  Judson College could face closure

  Vigil held to remember Montgomery high school basketball coach

Prattville chef delivers ‘snow cakes’ this Christmas

Prattville shoppers shop local on Super Saturday

Housing market continues to spike despite pandemic

Construction underway on Pike Road retail center

Community to help Elmore County family who lost home to fire

USPS sees higher volumes of shipping packages this holiday

Poets, activists express concern about language in Alabama’s constitution

West side of Montgomery celebrates 65th anniversary of Montgomery Bus Boycott

Unity walk celebrates Rosa Parks, 65th anniversary of Montgomery Bus Boycott