Morgan Rynor

Professional Experience

2018 to present: Reporter, WINK News. Previously worked as an anchor and reporter for WUFT in Gainesville, F.L, 2017; WSVN in Miami as an Investigative Unit intern, 2017; Today Show intern in NYC.

Awards & Recognition

I earned two Associated Press Awards while covering Hurricane Irma and a confederate rally. I was ranked Top Speaker in the State of Florida for Varsity Public Forum Debate. I’ve covered big stories in my home state of Florida from the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando to the Richard Spencer rally in Gainesville.

News Philosophy

Be the voice people can rely on in a community to relay accurate, important, and inspiring information. Journalism is what we need to make democracy work.

Hobbies, Interests & Community Involvement

I worked as a tennis instructor back in Miami, so in my free time, I like to play tennis. I also love to travel with my friends and family! Cheering on the Gators is a big family tradition. I didn’t miss a single home football game while I was in college.


Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications from the University of Florida

Likes best about Southwest Florida

All of the beautiful islands.


Miami Beach, Florida.


FEMA says millions affected by overshare of personal information

FEMA reports more than 2 million people have been impacted by an overshare of “disaster survivor information” and mailed out letters to notify people...

SWFL pilots return after delivering supplies to Bahamas, plan to go back

A group of Southwest Florida pilots just returned from a relief mission to the Bahamas. They say they are not done delivering help to...
Views of the Bahamas from a Coast Guard Elizabeth City C-130 aircraft after Hurricane Dorian shifts north Sept. 3, 2019. Hurricane Dorian made landfall Saturday and intensified into Sunday. (Credit: U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Adam Stanton.)video

Waiting to send supplies to victims in the Bahamas

Right now, food and water are running low in the Mudd, which is a town in Great Abaco Island. That is why people in...
Greater St. Paul AME Church in Coconut Grove. (Credit: WINK News)video

Coconut Grove volunteers diligently work to aid Bahamas Dorian victims

While the destruction from Hurricane Dorian is miles away, thousands of people in Florida call the Bahamas their second home. For days, Elvern Ross feared...

Court Docs: Lee County deputy under investigation for son’s death

There is a dispute between a mother and father, who is also a local law enforcement officer, over who should get the rights to...
The School District of Lee County. Photo via WINK

Lee County schools opening while hurricane lingers controversial for parents

Fear of high winds and other storm conditions from Hurricane Dorian are reasons why parents want to keep children in Lee County home from...

Shelters open doors to evacuees in Hendry County

The shelters in Hendry County opened Sunday, but we have not seen any families come in yet seeking relief ahead of Hurricane Dorian's approach....

Price gouging reported in SWFL ahead of Hurricane Dorian

We are seeing some stores across Southwest Florida attempt to sell customers packs of water for almost $40. And people are wondering if this...
Tropical Storm Dorian heads toward Puerto Rico (CBS News)video

Dorian strengthens into hurricane as Puerto Rico avoids direct hit

Dorian strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane Wednesday afternoon as it made its way through the Caribbean. Puerto Rico, which was put under a...

Cape Coral set to select engineering firm for next UEP phase

The next phase for the Utilities Extension Project in Cape Coral is set to move forward Monday. Cape Coral City Council is expected to approve...

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