Chandler Morgan

Chandler Morgan

Weekend Anchor, Education Reporter

Charlotte, NC

Chandler Morgan joined the WBTV team in 2018, originally as an Alert Center anchor and reporter. Chandler soon moved into the role of Weekend Anchor and Weekday Education reporter. Chandler frequently fills-in anchoring during the weekdays. She also anchors from the WBTV News Now Desk.

Since joining the team, Chandler has earned an Emmy nomination for her work covering the 2019 UNC Charlotte deadly on-campus shooting. Chandler has also notably worked to uncover a lapse of employee fingerprinting in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School district, which eventually contributed to the district’s former top leader stepping down.

Chandler is originally from Georgia but she is no stranger to Charlotte. Chandler’s extended family calls Charlotte and the Carolinas home. She’s even had relatives go through the Charlotte Mecklenburg and Rock Hill school districts.

Previously, Chandler worked as the Weekend Anchor for Gray sister station, WTVM in Columbus Georgia for two years. There, Chandler was a part of Emmy nominated team coverage of Hurricane Michael in 2018.

When Chandler isn’t anchoring or reporting, you can find her spending time with her dog, Kiki.

A fun fact about Chandler is she loves all things Disney. If you have a cool Disney World fun fact, send it her way!

If you want to catch up with Chandler on social media you can follow her on Twitter at @Chandler_TV and on Facebook at her Chandler Morgan WBTV page. You can also email story tips to


• Emmy Nomination: Serious Feature News Series

• AP Award: Feature Story Reporting, 2017


• University of Mississippi: Bachelors in Broadcast Journalism, Minor in English. Specialization in Public Relations and German


  • AP Award: Best Feature Story Reporting, 2017


  • University of Mississippi – Bachelors in Broadcast Journalism, Minor in English. Specialization in Public Relations and German

Recent Articles by Chandler

  ‘They don’t want to miss moments like this.’ CMS allows hundreds more fans at outdoor stadiums

  North Carolina testing data shows majority of students failing end-of-course tests

  Several Football Friday Night games moved to Thursday, but that means crowds will look different

CMS superintendent discusses return of students to in-person learning: ‘A big moment’

  ‘Everybody loses’ Study finds nearly a third of teachers consider resigning, retiring early due to pandemic

  CMS welcomes 26K students back into the classroom, while nearly 60K opt to stay remote

  Local NC engineering company makes clear barriers to protect from COVID-19 on city, school bus

  Teachers donate leave days to help Charlotte teacher battling cancer

  Cleaning up the problem: Mint Hill residents form trash pickup groups to help with litter on roads

  How can schools reopen safely? Private schools have the blueprint

  ‘There’s not too much social’: Seniors miss out on high school milestones due to remote learning

  Parents consider holding children back after struggling with remote learning

  CDC: Little evidence shows COVID-19 outbreaks are linked to classrooms

  Union Co. Public Schools works to vaccinate elder teachers, CMS staff asks when plans will roll out

  CMS board votes to remain in virtual learning until Feb. 12

  Public health director recommends remote learning for CMS for 3 more weeks; parents, teachers speak out

  Thousands of Charlotte Mecklenburg students, families prepare to use Canvas starting the year remotely

  Atrium Health tries to combat COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in minority communities

  Long-term care facilities get green light for first doses of COVID-19 vaccine in North Carolina

  MLB free agent, Asheville native donates to community, inspires diversity in baseball

  ‘A Christmas Miracle’; 70-year-old grandmother returns home for holidays after months of battling COVID-19

  What school will your child go to next year? CMS School Choice Lottery is open now

  CMS welcomes K-8 middle school students back to classrooms amid questions about holiday travel

  CMS looks to hire more bus drivers, fill open positions ahead of students return

  CMS Board gives superintendent authority to shift individual schools to remote learning as needed

  CMS battle to get federally required in-person tests waived continues as COVID-19 cases rise

  Students required to take end of semester tests in-person, CMS wants to change that state, federal law

  Schools closing due to COVID-19 exposure, trend across Charlotte area, across state lines

  Opt in or out? CMS needs to know if your child will enroll in the Full Remote Academy for second semester

  CMS votes to push back in-person learning for middle school students until January