Janice Broach is a veteran reporter with more than 35 years of experience in television news.
She has traveled the world covering stories, sometimes in dangerous areas. Her trip to cover the Rwandan refugee crisis brought back disturbing, eye-opening images to the Mid-South. She has also traveled to China and Vietnam for stories about Mid-South doctors helping people with facial deformities.
Janice was the only broadcast journalist chosen to witness the execution of Sedley Alley. She then spoke to the media about it across Tennessee.
Janice was at the Pentagon right after the 9/11 terrorist attacks and was there when investigators tested James Earl Ray’s rifle in Rhode Island.
Janice has a B.A. in psychology with a minor in history and an M.S. in counseling/psychology.
Watch Janice on WMC Action News 5 weekdays at 10 p.m.
Pastors from several Panola County churches want to know who is breaking in, taking off with thousands of dollars worth of items, including musical equipment, full-size stoves and heaters and ransacking offices.
City council member and COVID-19 task force member Dr. Jeff Warren thinks a safer at home initiative is what’s needed with the Christmas holiday coming up. The plan was to present the resolution on Monday, but that meeting was canceled.
Shelby County Sheriff’s investigators released new information in the shooting death in front of an Arlington McDonalds. One of the bullets from the shooting flew across the street, shattered a window and almost hit a convenience store clerk.