Jessica Holley

Jessica Holley

Reporter

Memphis, TN

Jessica Holley joined the WMC Action News 5 team in October 2016.

Jessica grew up in Plano, Texas and she loves her cowboy boots. She decided at the young age of 9 that she wanted to be a journalist after she was interviewed by her hometown ABC affiliate about her house fire. It was at that moment the spark and desire to share others' stories began.

She is a proud graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism (M-I-Z!) and is known to wear black and gold on game days year round.

Before moving to Memphis, Jessica worked in Oklahoma City, Corpus Christi and Wichita Falls as a reporter and multimedia journalist.

Jessica loves to cook (something her mother taught her to do), travel, attend festivals and events on the weekend and she loves to cheer on her Missouri Tigers.

Most of all, she'd like to meet you and tell your story.

Please feel free to send Jessica an email, a tweet or a Facebook message to say hello or share a story idea.

Watch Jessica on WMC Action News 5 weekdays at 5 and 6 p.m.


Recent Articles by Jessica

  Memphis father indicted for reckless homicide for 8-year-old son’s 2017 death

  Murder trial begins for suspect accused of killing teen at Zodiac Park

  Lakeland city leaders explore adding license plate-reading cameras to city streets

  Amazon picks Desoto County to debut ‘Small Business Academy’

  Lawsuit: Attorney ignored millions of dollars in settlements from funeral home directors in Galilee Memorial Gardens trial

  Memphis hosts inaugural housing summit

  Memphis man gifted with new home; surprise caught on camera

  West Memphis gives second chance to former state official convicted of federal crimes

  Memphis police hunt for burglars responsible for car break-ins at U of M

  Family of slain alleged shoplifter hires attorney, discussions of a civil suit arise

  Parkway Village neighborhood storm cleanup efforts continue

  Memphis dealerships impacted by Monday morning storms

  Mid-South businessman given $1M bond for murder charge

  Man charged with murder after shooting unarmed thief in back, police say

  Family shares letters from prison inmate Curtis Watson

  Fire dept. encourages homeowners to make escape plan during National Fire Prevention Week

  Police: Nurse practitioner attacked with knife at Millington mental health clinic

  HUD Secretary says Memphis is on right track addressing public housing crisis

  HUD Secretary Ben Carson tours Union Row development site

  Gov. Lee announces new foster care support funding

  UT linebacker Jeremy Banks apologizes for comments, behavior during September arrest

  Self-proclaimed ‘Father of Identity Theft’ convicted of stealing money from the dead

  Southaven Police Department: Warrant amnesty program is not a trick

  West Cancer Center first to debut new FDA-approved cancer treatment in country

  Construction underway for MEM de-icing facility

  New Mississippi law carries heftier punishment for ignored traffic tickets

  Midtown bar deemed a public nuisance, shut down temporarily; police cite drug trafficking and illegal alcohol sales

  Martavious Banks files lawsuit against City of Memphis, officers after being shot last year

  GM stops paying for health care for striking workers; union to cover costs as strike continues

  First residents move into new Foote Park at South City