Allie Herrera

Allie Herrera


Memphis, TN

Allie Herrera joined the WMC Action News 5 team July of 2018 as a reporter/multimedia journalist. She’s excited to live in part of the country she’s never explored before.

Allie graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and Spanish. She also minored in nutrition.

Allie’s family is originally from Lima, Peru. She was born in Lima and moved to the United States when she was about 6 years old. It wasn’t until 2018 that Allie had the chance to go back to Peru and visit places from her childhood. Allie’s bilingual so please say "hola" if you see her!

Allie originally wanted to study kinesiology but quickly realized math and science were not her strengths. She found her passion in journalism at URI and started writing for the school newspaper. She interned at several television stations including WJAR, WTNH and FiOS1 News in New York.

Before moving to Memphis, Allie worked at the NBC affiliate in Rhinelander, Wisconsin for about two years. There she worked as a multimedia journalist, fill-in anchor and occasional producer.

Allie can’t wait to share your stories and looks forward to meeting as many people as she can. You’ll likely see her working out along Riverside Drive or inside a CrossFit gym. She’s a Level 1 CrossFit Coach at CrossFit Blue Blood in Olive Branch.

Feel free to reach out to Allie. You can send her an email, Facebook message or tweet.

Watch Allie weekdays at 5 and 6 p.m. on WMC Action News 5.

Recent Articles by Allie

  Hazard pay approved for over 100 city employees in Clarksdale, Miss.

  MICAH calls for justice, equity during COVID-19 health crisis

  ‘Shelter-in-Place’ order now in effect for Mississippians

  Mississippi officials trying to prevent COVID-19 from overwhelming health care system

  Organizations stepping up to keep Memphis strong amid COVID-19 outbreak

  Tunica County woman among coronavirus deaths reported in Miss.

  ‘Keep it simple and age-appropriate’: Talking to your kids about COVID-19

  Miss. clinics see increase in COVID-19 cases as tests become available, cities declare civil emergency

  Memphis restaurants respond to Mayor Strickland’s order to close amid coronavirus outbreak

  Mississippi schools close through April 17 as COVID-19 cases rise

  DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office responds to dispatcher’s positive COVID-19 test result

  West Memphis schools provide lunch to students in need during time of social distancing

  Gov. Asa Hutchinson and state health officials discuss coronavirus response in east Arkansas

  Experts suggest talking to your children about current state of COVID-19

  Mid-South Food Bank to deliver 50,000 food boxes

  Health officials working to fight social stigma surrounding coronavirus outbreak

  Coronavirus concerns rise as colleges, universities approach spring break

  Health officials stress spring break safety amid coronavirus outbreak

  Mid-South businesses, residents stepping up to help tornado victims in middle Tennessee

  Emergency call saved lives during tornado

  Curfew set in Mt. Juliet as crews assess damage of possible EF-3 tornado

  Man fatally shot in connection to weekend car robbery remains unidentified

  Cats rescued from poor conditions receive check-ups, vaccinations at West Memphis Animal Shelter

  Officials unconcerned with coronavirus’ effect on Memphis tourism

  Oxford cadets take first oath of enlistment from space

  Shelby Co. 911 texting could save lives of domestic violence victims

  911 texting feature now available for Shelby County residents

  Local health experts more concerned about flu than coronavirus

  Local health officials monitoring nationwide hepatitis A outbreak

  Possible hepatitis A exposure reported DeSoto Co. restaurant, MSDH says