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Morgan Norwood
Morgan Norwood joined the ABC11 Eyewitness News Team in October as a Reporter for the Fayetteville newsroom. Morgan, a native of the Triad, is thrilled to return home to the Tar Heel State. Before coming to WTVD, Morgan worked as a general assignment reporter, producer, and fill-in anchor for WTXL-ABC27 in Tallahassee, Florida. There, she won a Florida Associated Press Award for Breaking News Coverage of the "FSU Strozier Library Shooting", a story that made national headlines.

Morgan's professional journey also includes an internship with MTV where she worked and appeared on the Emmy Award Winning docu-series "Made".

In her spare time, you can catch her with her Nikon camera in hand (she's a wanna be-photographer) volunteering with the March of Dimes, or singing at a nearby church.

If you have story idea for Morgan, e-mail her at morgan.norwood@abc11.com

A Fort Bragg veteran mistakenly declared dead by the Department of Veteran's Affairs is alive -- again.
Fayetteville Police said they have solved a cold case rape. Willie Pearl Mack is charged with second-degree rape and first-degree kidnapping in a sexual assault case from 2011.
A Fort Bragg soldier appeared before a judge Monday, accused of firing a gun through the wall of an apartment, hitting a 3-year-old boy next door.
The program is called "School Watch." Interim Superintendent Tim Kinlaw came up with the concept. It puts about six to 10 "angels" or volunteers at each school.
One of Fayetteville's notorious gang members and drug traffickers is off the streets.