Gabrielle Ware

Gabrielle Ware

Senior MMJ

Albany, GA

Gabrielle joined the WALB team in January 2021 as the Senior Multimedia Journalist. She’ll be primarily covering the City of Albany, and Dougherty, Coffee and Crisp counties, but will cover other areas when the story leads her there! Gabrielle grew up just outside Chicago in the northern Illinois and Indiana suburbs. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Auburn University in Mass Communication: Radio, Television and Film — War Eagle! After completing a video production internship with the Atlanta Hawks, she took her first TV job as an MMJ and Weekend Anchor at KBJR 6 in Duluth, Minn (Brrr!). After that, she hopped over to radio to report for an NPR member station in Savannah. Gabrielle also spent some time as a public information officer. In her last role, she anchored a news program for iHeartMedia based in Atlanta, but knew she needed to come back to her first love — TV. Gabrielle loves exploring new places with her Pomeranian Blue and discovering new restaurants. She says she can’t wait to cover all of the interesting stories she knows the Albany area has to offer. She loves good investigative and research-driven pieces, so make sure to shoot her some tips.


Recent Articles by Gabrielle

  City of Albany talks housing discrimination for Fair Housing Month

  Here’s how the newly passed state budget affects South Georgia

  Albany State University waives fees for military students

  Dougherty Co. decides on Tift Park for new tennis court location

Dougherty Co. to open new alternative school

  Gov. Kemp visits Tifton to launch ‘Cotton Medical Scrubs Project’

Boys & Girls Club of Albany tearing down storm damaged building

  Albany Museum of Art wants to replace downtown dance studio with public art display

  Lee Co. gets new produce options in Dollar General Market and Local Grocery

  High-speed internet on the way to Dougherty Co.

Dougherty Co. to resurface several streets across the county

Dougherty Co. makes new plans to tackle neglected properties

Albany Museum of Art reopens in-person ‘Homeschool Day’

  Georgia businesses face boycott, anger over new voter law

  Pandemic causing increased risk of child abuse

  A year later: Health officials reflect on lessons learned amid pandemic

  PPP extended for small businesses hurt by pandemic

  Voter rights activists sue Ga. Sec. of State, protest new voting law

  Teachers get creative with STEM Ambassador Program

  Democrats react to new voter laws they call voter suppression

Albany begins process to select new city manager

Phoebe Sumter’s Healthy Sumter Community Garden receives federal grant

  Illegal dumping continues in Dougherty County

  Albany residents react to expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility

  Albany Housing Authority to host mass vaccination clinics

  ‘FEMA is doing a great thing’: Agency to start reimbursing funeral costs for those lost to COVID-19

  Doctor talks telemedicine boom during pandemic

  ‘There’s a huge crisis here’: Albany Housing Authority asking landlords to help fight housing crisis

  Albany could lose millions in federal funding

  Damage reported in Lee, Terrell Co. following Thursday’s severe weather