Julie got her start as a plucky reporter for the Millennium City Free Press newspaper. She initially covered human interest stories, but took a chance and started to follow the activities of Millennium City's mysterious vigilante hero Nighthawk. Almost overnight she became a city reporter providing exclusive stories of Nighthawk's activities, and sometimes finding herself in danger because of them.
With the encouragement of her boyfriend, computer programmer Mark Whitaker, Julie accepted a position with WCOC TV as an on-the-scene reporter. The change allowed her to cover key stories but without being put directly in danger herself. She still does occasional stories for the paper, but only when she feels the station is sidelining her. (Note: Julie does not know that Whitaker is really Nighthawk.)
Julie's position with the station allows her to interview heroes on the street. Sometimes this has led to some interesting developments, such as when Galatea Future had a confrontation with The Nationalist on live TV. But, in most instances, she's had to do fluff pieces with heroes and eyewitnesses.
Powers and Abilities
Julie is an ordinary human with no special powers, other than a reporter's drive to get to the truth and then share it.
Julie is ambitious and curious. She is always seeing a story somewhere, even during her down-time. This can cause some problems with her boyfriend. Thankfully he is appreciative of her curious nature.
When it comes to relationships with other members of WCOC, there really isn't any. She doesn't stay in the studio unless she's called there by her boss. She prefers to be on the streets, doing interviews with heroes and uncovering mysteries.
(See Julie Morgan's CO Wiki entry for more information.)