Before ABC13, she worked as a morning reporter at CW39 in Houston, as a morning reporter at KBTX in Bryan, Texas, and as a multi-skilled journalist/sports anchor/reporter at KRBC and KTAB in Abilene, Texas.
From covering state championship sporting events to devastating hurricanes and wildfires, to the breaking story of any given day, Courtney is passionate about people and knows it's a privilege to tell their stories for a living.
Courtney graduated from Dallas Baptist University in May 2013, where she played on the golf team.
She was born in Louisiana and raised in northwest Arkansas.
Courtney is thrilled to be part of the ABC13 team. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their fluffy rescue dog. She also loves trying new restaurants (Tex-Mex is her favorite!), going to any and all sporting events, and traveling.
She loves meeting new people, so say hi if you see Courtney out covering a story. You can connect with her on social media or send her an email at email@example.com. Story tips and restaurant recommendations are welcome!
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