Crystal is a proud Columbus, Mississippi, girl bringing her talents from Memphis, Tennessee, to Savannah, Georgia.
She moved to Memphis for college where she bled blue as a University of Memphis tiger alumna.
Crystal joins us from our sister station, WMC Action News 5 in Memphis, where she got her start in news. She started out running prompter and marking scripts as a production assistant until she worked her way up as a photographer. She climbed the ladder a little more and worked as a weekend reporter in Memphis until she was ready to move up again. Crystal is no stranger to jumping out of a comfort zone. That's how she landed a job at WTOC as a full time reporter.
When Crystal isn’t out telling a story and making connections with everyone she meets, you can catch her spending time with her beautiful family, shooting a little pool or bringing the country of Mississippi to Savannah in some kind of way. She also enjoys reading a good suspense novel.
If you see her big ole smile out somewhere, she won’t bite! Speak up! She loves people!
A leadership change happened on Wednesday at the Fort Stewart Winn Army Community Hospital as Command Sergeant Major Warren-Clark passed the responsibility of the hospital to Command Sergeant Major Rodrick Taylor.
Measles has dominated local and national headlines for the past few weeks. The outbreak is reaching levels not seen in 25 years. The Center for Disease Control is reporting 940 confirmed cases in the U.S. for 2019 alone.
The Diversity Health Clinic in Hinesville is taking extra steps to keep you healthier by promoting a healthy lifestyle. They spent weeks planning and building their free community garden and now seeds are sprouting.
WTOC’s Crystal Howard recently spoke with first resonders about the day of the C-130 plane crash one year ago in Port Wentworth, and the changes that were made after going over the response from the crash.