George McDonald

West Alabama Newsroom Reporter

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George McDonald is the West Alabama Newsroom reporter for Alabama News Network. He is based in Selma and covers Dallas, Lowndes, Marengo, Perry and Wilcox counties. George began reporting for us in June 2005.

George arrived in Alabama from WTOK in Meridian, Mississippi, where he worked as a reporter/photographer. He began his career in television news at WJTV in Jackson, Mississippi, where he was an editor.

George enjoys reporting because he says you’re always learning things you might not otherwise learn, meeting people you wouldn’t otherwise meet and doing things you might not otherwise do, but says the best thing about being a reporter is the potential to have a positive impact in the lives of others.

A native of Chicago (South Side!), George is an alumnus of Tougaloo College and a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. When he’s not working, George enjoys spending quality time with his family.

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Articles

Keeping Christmas Packages Safe from Porch Pirates

Many people are ordering Christmas packages online and cases of theft on your front porch could be a problem. Officials are calling these thieves “porch pirates.”   Sheriff officials say fortunately it’s not a problem in Montgomery County right now, but…

New MPS Board Members Sworn in

New beginnings are ahead for the Montgomery Public School board.  Several new faces are officially part of the board after being sworn in Tuesday afternoon. New board members sworn in were Clare Weil,  Claudia…

Alabama Fans React to Tide’s Season

Baumhowers was crowded for Saturday’s SEC Championship with the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs. “Roll tide. season tickets for 40 years. We do not miss a game. we love them. love our tide,” says Bonnie Vinson. For many…

Montgomery’s LifeSouth Blood Center in Critical Need of O-Negative Blood

Montgomery’s Lifesouth Blood Center is in critical need of  O-negative blood. Friday, the center had 35 O-negative back-orders from hospitals. O-negative blood donors are universal donor whose blood is used more than others in hospitals. District Coordinator Melinda Hines says, the holiday’s…