Brittany Morgan

Weekend Multimedia Journalist

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Brittany Morgan joined WTAP in May of 2018 as the Weekend Multimedia Journalist.

Brittany Morgan joined WTAP in May of 2018 as the Weekend Multimedia Journalist.

Growing up just south of Washington DC, Brittany attended George Mason University where she co-hosted a sports talk radio show.

She graduated summa cum laude and earned a BA in Communication with a concentration in Journalism and minor in Sport Communication in the spring of 2017.

Before WTAP, Brittany spent five years as a performer at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Hanover, Maryland and the 2017 and 2018 baseball seasons in the Entertainment Department of the Washington Nationals.

Brittany has a passion for performance, sports, and ice cream. Her special skills include sleeping in until 2 P.M. and regularly confusing the words pastrami and stromboli.

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Buses carry migrant children facing harassment from drivers

Drivers have been following and harassing buses carrying children of farmworkers to early childhood education programs, Idaho officials say

N.J. man arrested with hoard of weapons and drugs, Nazi paraphernalia and racist literature

One of many weapons found inside Joseph Rubino's home was a grenade launcher, police said.

Florida panthers and bobcats are walking weird. Wildlife officials can't figure out why.

Experts have ruled out "numerous diseases and possible causes" that might explain why the cats are having extreme difficulty walking.

A years-old Instagram hoax is back — and it's tricking celebrities and politicians

"If you’re seeing a meme claiming Instagram is changing its rules tomorrow, it’s not true," Adam Mosseri, head of Instagram, wrote on Twitter.

Trump administration to lift limit on how long it can detain migrant families

The new rule may be in defiance of a 2015 federal court ruling that limited the time families could be detained to 20 days.