ABC11 WTVD Reporter 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.

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