Madison Martin

Madison Martin

Investigative Reporter

Madison Martin joins the WMBF News team as their investigative reporter after working in the Bowling Green, Kentucky market for two years.

Originally from the West Coast, Madison is a proud Western Kentucky University Hilltopper and enjoyed working for her college town at WBKO. During her time there, Madison reported and produced for the evening newscasts, eventually going on to design, produce and anchor the market's first 4 p.m. show.

During her time at WKU, Madison spent much of her time working in student media and publications: producing, shooting, and editing productions for WKYU-PBS; writing and editing stories for the College Heights Herald; and deejaying for the student-run radio station. During her senior year, Madison spent a semester abroad in Denmark shooting documentaries with other international video journalists.

With a passion for justice, compelling storytelling, and understanding what's beneath the surface, Madison is looking forward to furthering her research skills and digging into stories that the community wants answers to.

Have something you wish someone would look into? Let Madison know by sending her an email at madison.martin@wmbfnews.com.


Recent Articles by Madison

  ‘Viruses live to mutate’: DHEC emphasizes importance of getting second dose of vaccine

  DHEC says new online scheduling platform, vaccine question call line to go live next week

  VACCINE TOWN HALL: Conway Medical Center leaders answer COVID-19 distribution, appointment questions

S.C. vaccine committee publishes ‘interim draft’ of who to include in Phase 1b, surveys businesses

S.C. National, State Guard members help DHEC by answering COVID-19 vaccine calls

  DHEC leader addresses drive-thru vaccine clinic at S.C. State Fairgrounds, why it wasn’t publicized

  DHEC reports 100% of doses sent to S.C. have been administered or scheduled to be put in arms

CDC data: South Carolina has least amount of vaccine per capita in U.S.

  Vaccine Advisory Committee navigates guidance for Phase 1b as DHEC tackles vaccine distribution challenges

‘This is not going to be a fast process’: DHEC gives vaccine update to senators ahead of Wednesday’s launch

Number of appointments exceeds number of COVID-19 vaccine doses available

  ‘Quite a rollercoaster’: Local hospitals deal with quickly vaccinating Phase 1-A on top of rising COVID-19 cases

  S.C.’s Vaccine Advisory Committee considers who should be in Phase 1-B

  ‘Nobody has talked to us’: Frustrations rise as some in Phase 1-A still wait for vaccine information

  McMaster: Jan. 15 deadline set for those in Phase 1-A to get COVID-19 vaccine

S.C. health officials release spreadsheet on COVID-19 vaccine allocation for first time

  DHEC to add Phase 1-C to COVID-19 vaccine distribution, provides timeline for phases

  McMaster calls on DHEC to provide more information on COVID-19 vaccine count, locations

  Documents reveal how much S.C. has spent on COVID-19 vaccine preparation, distribution

  South Carolina’s utilization rate of Pfizer vaccine at 31%; Moderna vaccine still unknown

  Conway Medical Center ‘ready and excited’ for shift to Phase 1-B of COVID vaccine distribution

  DHEC reports nearly 200,000 COVID-19 vaccines have been sent to S.C.

  Federal relief package frees up more funding for S.C.’s vaccine distribution plan

CDC updates guidance on COVID-19 vaccine for people with underlying health conditions

  FAQ: How will I be alerted to get the vaccine? Where do I go to get it? Will I still need to mask up?

  What are you wondering about the COVID-19 vaccine? Locals weigh in

  VA announces, initiates COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan for centers across country; Charleston VA waiting for Moderna vaccine

  Can snowbirds get the vaccine? Which phase of distribution am I in? Answering more of your FAQs

  First healthcare workers vaccinated against COVID-19 in Horry County experiencing ‘zero side effects’

  ‘Getting our lives back’: CMC administers COVID-19 vaccine to first employees