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Morgan Burger

Morgan Burger joined WTVA in 2017.

Title: Anchor, Reporter

Morgan Burger is excited to be back in Mississippi and to join the WTVA newsroom.

She is a graduate from the University of Mississippi with a B.A. in broadcast journalism.

She is a Texas native who has a passion for telling stories, talking sports, playing with her dog, Bogey, and eating anything with avocado.

She is a former intern for WTVA who continued her contributions to the station while shooting video and reporting on Oxford sports throughout her senior year at Ole Miss.

Recent Posts by Morgan Burger

Aberdeen firefighters extinguish overnight blaze

Aberdeen firefighters put out a fire at a vacant house overnight.

State investigating cold case involving missing Lincoln County man

MBI investigating cold case involving missing Lincoln County man

State public safety chief slams judge for dismissing DUI charge against Tupelo city attorney

The state chief of public safety strongly criticized Lee County Justice Court Judge Chuck Hopkins for his reasoning in dismissing a drunk driving charge against Tupelo city attorney Ben Logan.

Benefit ride planned for trooper

A benefit motorcycle ride is planned for a Mississippi Highway Patrol trooper who is battling cancer.

Lowndes County coroner identifies Columbus body

Updated - A death investigation is underway after a body was found in Columbus.

Yalobusha County teen found safe

Updated Article - Dylan Driggers has been found safe and is with his family.

Overnight wreck sends one person to Columbus hospital

One person was taken to the hospital after a wreck on Highway 45 South

Columbus firefighters respond to house fire

Firefighters responded to a house fire on Shady Street in Columbus just after 10 p.m. Monday.

Sheriff: Arrest made in year-long drug investigation

Sheriff's deputies in Yalobusha County and state narcotics agents have arrested an Oakland man following a year-long drug investigation

Yalobusha deputy K-9 nets five arrests

Five people face felony drug charges following a traffic stop and assistance from the department's newest K-9 deputy, Yoda.

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