Erin Morgan

Erin Morgan


Memphis, TN

Erin Morgan co-anchors the weekend morning news and reports several weekday mornings at WMC Action News 5.

She came to Memphis from Panama City Beach, Florida where she was a reporter, anchor, producer and even filled in on weather. While in Panama City Beach, Erin covered extreme situations including Hurricane Michael, a category 5 storm that devastated the Florida Panhandle.

As a UT-Knoxville graduate, she is thrilled to be back in the Volunteer State. She graduated from the University of Tennessee with a B.S. in journalism and electronic media.

While in college, she reported for the campus TV station, UT TODAY, and worked part-time as a visual journalist at the NBC affiliate in Knoxville, WBIR.

Erin is originally from Virginia, but her heart belongs in the south and with those who love the Tennessee Volunteers.

When she’s not reporting, you can find Erin catching up on her favorite reality TV shows or doing something outdoors.

Erin loves being involved with the community and telling their stories so that everyone’s voice can be heard.

If you have a story idea or restaurants and places to check out, she’d love to hear from you!

Watch Erin on WMC Action News 5 weekdays from 5 to 7 a.m. and behind the anchor desk on weekend mornings.

Recent Articles by Erin

  Saint Francis Hospital hosts ‘Mammos Til Midnight’ event

  St. Jude scientists work to improve flu shot

  Memphis pastor accused of raping, pouring insecticides down neighbor’s throat

  MAS hosts ‘Empty the Shelters’ event

  New Graceland space exhibit shoots for the stars

  New buildings at Memphis high schools to help students with careers

  Church holds first service since vandalism

  FedEx pilot organizes career day for future aviators

  Cazateatro Billingual Theatre Group celebrates Hispanic heritage

  Whitehaven students discuss careers, mental health at Empowerment Expo

  'START’ event brings treatment centers, organizations together to offer resources during opioid crisis

  FedEx looks to hire thousands of seasonal workers

  Hearing reset for woman charged in deadly 2017 hit-and-run when she doesn’t show up to court

  New program helps MFD locate owners of lost pets

  Locations around Shelby County offering flu shots ahead of flu season

  Mid-South Fair in full swing

  Mid-Southerners weigh in on immigration policy

  Cooper-Young Festival brings artwork and more to thousands of festival goers

  Large crowds, busy traffic expected for Southern Heritage Classic weekend

  Fans attend rescheduled football game for free after Germantown power outage

  Teen arrested after crashing stolen car, causing gas leak

  901 Day events celebrate all things Memphis

  Family, friends say their final goodbyes to former WMC anchor Donna Davis

  China trade war raising concerns over zoo pandas

  Tenn. Dept. of Health: Respiratory illness case in East Tenn. possibly linked to vaping

  2019 Memphis Finest Hoopfest attracts law enforcement agencies from across the country

  Volunteers help mow grass around Hickory Ridge Middle School

  Trio tied to several purse snatching incidents appear in court

  Shelby Farms testing lake for toxic algae, confirming 2 dogs died after playing in water

  Woman accused of killing Memphis pastor, shooting his wife will likely remain in jail until trial