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

  Investigators: Winter storm costs MLGW millions, repairs still being made to equipment

The Investigators: Thousands of pounds of toxic gas released during Valero incident

  The Investigators: Ole Miss student injured in alleged hazing incident, suspect charged

  Investigators: After years-long, county-wide food desert, Mississippi county finally gets own grocery store

  Investigators: How much did the Valero flare impact the community

  Investigators: Incident report details how two Memphis children received COVID-19 vaccinations

  The Investigators: Babies are born underweight in these two Mississippi counties

  Investigators: State says new evidence shows no expired doses were given but investigation continues

  Investigators: City report shows why recycling services stopped in Memphis - chronic absenteeism and more trash

  Investigators: State says expired vaccines not dangerous but still investigating whether any were given

  Investigators: Memphis-area residents lost more money to scams last year than any other city in Tennessee

  Investigators: What if the state says you received expired COVID-19 vaccine dose?

  The Investigators: State investigating if Shelby County residents received expired COVID-19 vaccine doses

  Investigators: TN Labor Dept worked 22 years worth of overtime processing unemployment claims

  The Investigators: School systems ‘unaware’ of Health Director’s teacher vaccination date

  CDC on the way to Shelby County, in contact about wasted and unused doses

  The Investigators: Crooks pose as government agency to scam Mid-Southerners

  The Investigators: Some hospitals struggle with low water pressure, boil water advisory

  The Investigators: MLGW reconsiders relationship with TVA as power remains steady during winter storm

  MLGW boil water advisory now in effect for City of Memphis

  The Investigators: MLGW asking customers to conserve water through Friday

  The Investigators: Fire fatalities in Tennessee more than double in 2021

  The Investigators: How to keep your heater working during freezing temperatures

  The Investigators: How to prevent frozen pipes and what to do if they do freeze

  Memphis homeowners lost their houses in environmental court. Now a DC law firm is suing

  The Investigators: Mid-Southerners targeted by vaccine scams

  The Investigators: Concerns over non-diverse jury may continue to delay Shelby County trials

  The Investigators: Justice delayed in Shelby County court means Constitutional issues for accused, victims

  The Investigators: City can’t answer questions about Solid Waste workforce absences, recycling issues

  The Investigators: What to know about who’s eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in the Mid-South and how to book an appointment