Briseida Holguin

Briseida Holguin

Multimedia Journalist

Memphis, TN

Briseida Holguin joined WMC Action News 5 as a multimedia journalist in April 2020.


Recent Articles by Briseida

  Downtown Memphis Commission makes push to support black-owned businesses

  The goal driving protests in Memphis: Unity and reform

  MPD: Businesses, police property left damaged following weekend protests

  Mid-South family comes together for virtual Marine Commissioning Ceremony

  Tennessee teachers receive free online training on digital learning, teaching

  Eviction hearings will resume next month in Tennessee

  Shelby County teachers concerned about returning to school

  Health experts encourage COVID-19 survivors to donate plasma

  Man stepping up to spread joy along Mid-South sidewalks during pandemic

  Tennessee expands free child care program until mid-August so that many more can now benefit

  Mississippi casinos reopen to the public

  SCS introduces its Re-Entry Task Force, leaving parents with unanswered questions

  Shelby County sees a spike in overdoses amidst pandemic

  Memphis woman’s valuable family photos stolen during burglary, pleads for help identifying suspect

  Guidelines released for Mississippi casinos reopening May 21

  Memphis charter school committed to checking on students’ social, emotional well-being

  Music, entertainment industry heavily impacted by COVID-19

  Memphis churches gearing up to reopen creating online reservation portals for service attendance

  Mississippi salons, gyms, tattoo parlors welcome customers back on first day of reopening

  Mississippi begins phase two of reopening

  Christ Community Health Services hosts free COVID-19 testing for Hispanic, Latino community

  Mid-South dentist offices ready to reopen with new guidelines

  Gov. Reeves announces 2nd phase of reopening plan to begin this week in Mississippi

  Mid-South family starts fund to connect hospital patients with loved ones

  Family says Mid-South nurse died from COVID-19 complications

  Riders put on parade to help WWII veterans celebrate 75 years of freedom

  Memphis in May BBQ team feeds 350 families

  Majority of Fayette County restaurants choose to remain closed, continue takeout services

  Shelby County providing financial assistance for residents impacted by COVID-19

  Hearing-impaired children stay on track during the digital transition