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

  Memphis man arrested in connection with riots at US Capitol

  The Investigators: Unemployed Mid-Southerners report their benefits are going elsewhere after accounts hacked

  FBI searches homes, offices of state Republicans as part of investigation into Glen Casada’s office

  The Investigators: What you need to know about new unemployment benefits in the Mid-South

  The Investigators: Available hospital beds plummet across Mid-South after post-Thanksgiving surge

  The Investigators: TSA is finding more guns at airports with far fewer passengers

  The Investigators: How the COVID-19 vaccine is being tracked from the maker to the patient

  The Investigators: Why hasn’t Tennessee administered the COVID-19 vaccine yet?

  You can soon track how many people have been vaccinated for COVID-19

  The Investigators: Fans stuck with hundreds of dollars in tickets after pandemic brings concert cancellations

  The Investigators: Mid-South porch pirate thefts have increased along with online shopping purchases

  The Investigators: Children’s Service’s commissioner says kids were not left in unsafe environments in response to state report

  The Investigators: Mid-Southerners losing thousands buying products on fake websites, purchasing puppies that never arrive

  The Investigators: MPD excessive force complaints rarely get more than an internal review

  The Investigators: What to do if someone threatens that your Social Security number, benefits are being suspended

  Shot to the System: Memphis children’s hospital overwhelmed by young shooting victims

  The Investigators: Tennessee woman scammed by lover found on internet; romance and sextortion scams on the rise

  The Investigators: Where you live could determine whether you’ll survive COVID-19

  The Investigators: Employment scams rampant in Mid-South; woman is threatened after accepting fake job

  The Investigators: After he was murdered, his wife got his killer’s properties and thousands of dollars in back taxes

  The Investigators: Quitman County will finally get its first grocery store in 3 years

  The Investigators: Hundreds of Mid-Southerners have reported scams this year. This tool may help you avoid becoming a victim

  The Investigators: Outdated FEMA maps mean Mid-Southerners at risk of flooding are unaware

  The Investigators: Voting equipment became more expensive after elections administrator’s modifications

  The Investigators: Ticket companies are refusing refunds for canceled and postponed events. Here’s what you can expect.

  The Investigators: How local universities are sharing COVID-19 data and handling cases

  The Investigators: Work resumes at utility site amid race discrimination investigation

  The Investigators: Father of pepper spray victim says he feared for his son’s safety

  The Investigators: COVID-19 is in schools; is your school doing enough to keep students safe?