Kym Clark anchors the noon, 3:30 and 4 p.m. newscasts weekdays on WMC Action News 5.
The University of Georgia graduate began her TV news career at WMGT in Macon, Georgia before moving to WJBF in Augusta.
Kym joined the WMC Action News 5 family June 20, 1988. The Emmy Award-winning news anchor has interviewed numerous people throughout her tenure, including Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres.
Kym enjoys visiting and speaking at area schools and emceeing events throughout the city. She has also served on the boards of directors for numerous charitable organizations and as a mentor to young Mid-Southerners.
Jennifer Carpenter and Morris Chestnut star in the psychological thriller that follows Erica Shepherd, a former CIA operative who is serving life in a Supermax prison when FBI agent Will Keaton enlists her to track down a dangerous, elusive criminal she knows all too well.
As is customary in the Mid-South, the community is coming together. This time it's to help furloughed and unpaid federal workers through the government shutdown, but there are at least 5 other great things that happened here this week.
Fall weather finally arrived in the Mid-South this week, which is great news for a lot of Mid-Southerners. One things that’s a definite, the 5 Great Things that happened in the Mid-South this week is good for all of us to see and know!
Memphis caught a touch of Madness with the introduction of the University of Memphis Tigers Women’s and Men’s basketball teams, but there’s plenty for all of us to go a bit wild over, like these 5 Great Things that happened this week in the Mid-South.