Kelli Cook

Kelli Cook

Reporter

Memphis, TN

Kelli Cook is a reporter for WMC Action News 5. You can watch her Monday through Friday at 10 p.m.


Recent Articles by Kelli

  County Commission approves limiting military equipment for SCSO

  Strickland talks fighting crime and finding the city’s new police director

  Immigration advocates looking forward to positive change with Biden’s executive orders

  National Guard gives COVID-19 vaccinations in Mississippi, Arkansas starts vaccinating teachers

  100,000 Mississippians vaccinated as more vaccines head to the state

  Biden’s plan of 100 million shots in first 100 days could make vaccines more easy to come by in the Mid-South

  Memphis Dollar General stores offering pay to employees to get vaccinated

  Some restaurant, hospitality workers to receive $1,000 relief checks from Shelby County

  Mid-South infectious disease specialist supports Biden’s plan to release nearly all available vaccines

  Protesters with Mid-South ties part of mob that stormed Congress

  Drive-thru vaccinations coming to North Mississippi this week; vaccine offered to 75+ residents next week

  One week into latest health directive, restaurant owners say they are struggling

  The history of Black dolls and why it was once so hard to find

  Woman surprised with new furniture and toys the day after adopting grandchildren

  Governor Reeves extends Mississippi mask mandate just in time for holidays

  Tennessee, Mississippi health officials will begin administering Moderna vaccine next week

  Governor Bill Lee makes stop in Memphis as vaccinations begin across the state

  Tennessee lawmaker calls for teachers to be included in first round of vaccine distribution

  ICU beds dwindling at Baptist Memorial as COVID-19 surges in Mid-South

  Mississippi receives first shipments of COVID-19 vaccines as cases climb

  Employers have right to mandate COVID vaccine in Tennessee; legislator vows to keep that from happening

  Black woman helps to create new COVID-19 Vaccine; hopes to build Blacks confidence in vaccine

  Sheriff deputy loses almost everything in house fire including his K-9

  City Council member calls for more police officers to help lower homicide rate

  Family pleads for answers after deadly hit-and-run

  COVID-19 vaccine trial happening in Memphis still needs more participants

  Churches in Mississippi asked to stop in-person worship services amid COVID-19 spike

  Update for SCS return to in-person learning expected before winter break

  Mid-South hospitals faced with limited capacity as pandemic rages during traditionally busy time of year

  DeSoto County family keeps 25 year Black Friday shopping tradition despite COVID-19 Concerns