Jessica Jaglois

Jessica Jaglois

Investigative reporter

Jessica comes to WMC from Nashville where she was an investigative and general assignment reporter. Jessica is a native of Metro-Detroit and attended New York University before working behind-the-scenes at NY1 in Manhattan. She then began her migration South working in Charlottesville, Richmond, Atlanta and Nashville.

Jessica has a particular interest in telling stories about government corruption and waste, criminal justice and issues facing children. Her reporting has uncovered fatal errors within the Nashville 911 center and government corruption in Atlanta. She investigated a program that claimed to treat sex offenders in Virginia for which she received an AP award.

Jessica lives in Midtown with her husband and two dogs.

If you would like an issue investigated, email Jessica at

Recent Articles by Jessica

  The Investigators: Baby gear rental service promises safe, clean equipment for traveling parents

  Stuck in the system: Why a blighted home can remain standing when it is both a public nuisance and tax delinquent

  Tennessee announces plans for $732M surplus funds meant to help the state’s working poor

  Data obtained by WMC Investigators shows number of disturbances has increased at Wilder Youth Development Center

Tennessee lawmakers call out Department of Human Services for keeping $732M in surplus funds

  State opened investigation at FedEx’s Memphis hub last month after workplace amputation

  The Investigators: Blighted properties become havens for crime

  The Investigators: Thousands of blighted homes impacting Memphis neighborhoods

  THP report mistakenly said mother was drinking before crash that killed 3 children

  6 juveniles charged, 12 others awaiting charges after riot at DCS facility

  Teens moved following massive riot at youth facility; DCS withholding information