Camille Connor

Camille Connor

Multimedia Journalist

Memphis, TN

Camille Connor is a morning reporter for WMC Action News 5.

Before joining the WMC team, she was a reporter and fill-in anchor for KAUZ in Wichita Falls, Texas. During her years in Wichita Falls, Camille covered the 2018 Texas senate race between former United States Representative Beto O'Rourke (D-TX) and current United States Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX).

Camille also informed the Wichita Falls community about local politics, changes happening in their schools, and economic development. She also reported on the impact of vaping on teens as a part of a special broadcast between news stations across Texas.

Camille is originally from Dallas, Texas. She graduated from The University of Texas at Arlington with a B.A. in Broadcast Communication. While in college, she interned at NBC5 in Dallas-Ft. Worth where she worked with the Consumer Responds reporter team.

In her free time, Camille enjoys watching the latest Netflix series, checking out new restaurants, going to plays, or spending time with loved ones (including her cat Posie).

If you have a news tip, or even want to suggest places in Memphis to visit, she'd love to hear from you!

Watch Camille on WMC Action News 5 weekday mornings from 4:30 to 7 a.m.


Recent Articles by Camille

  Stepping Up: Man refurbishes old computers for disadvantaged kids

  Kidney transplant connects two Mid-South families nearly 50 years later

  Shelby Co. Health Dept. expecting spike in COVID-19 cases as schools reopen after downward trend

  Memphis Zoo set to launch virtual education programs

  Memphis homeschooling mom shares tips for parents ahead of upcoming school year

  Expert explains how to reduce the risk of coronavirus exposure for kids

  Methodist announces new program to help minorities battling with COVD-19

Non-profit stepping up to provide tiny homes for transgender community

  Mid-South middle schooler makes masks for the homeless

Health care experts stress importance of mental health as crisis continues

Memphis heart transplant patient survives COVID-19

  How to avoid COVID-19 travel restrictions as more states reopen

  Spike in fatal overdoses in Shelby Co. could be due to pandemic-related challenges

  Memphis National Cemetery holds private Memorial Day ceremony

  Experts share tips for battling anxiety, depression when going back to work

Hotels adopt new guidelines while operating during coronavirus pandemic

  Health care workers likely to experience PTSD due to pandemic

  People with diabetes encouraged to be cautious during COVID-19 pandemic

Local SMART Union stepping up to make nose pieces for people sewing masks

  Ways to protect your house cats from COVID-19

Mid-South family reunites after fight with coronavirus

Strong storms strike Helena-West Helena, Arkansas over Easter weekend

  Expert shares how to protect your hands from harsh hygiene

  Historic Memphis distillery producing 10,000 bottles of hand sanitizer to meet demand

  Mid-South restaurants stepping up to feed health care workers

  Gov. Bill Lee issues statewide ‘safer-at-home’ order closing all non-essential businesses

  Memphis funeral home adapts operations as COVID-19 cases increase in the Mid-South

  Cracking down on domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic