Janice Broach is a veteran reporter with more than 20 years of experience in television news.
She has traveled the world covering stories, sometimes in dangerous areas. Her trip to cover the Rwandan refugee crisis brought back disturbing, eye-opening images to the Mid-South. She has also traveled to China and Vietnam for stories about Mid-South doctors helping people with facial deformities.
Janice was the only broadcast journalist chosen to witness the execution of Sedley Alley. She then spoke to the media about it across Tennessee.
Janice was at the Pentagon right after the 9/11 terrorist attacks and was there when investigators tested James Earl Ray’s rifle in Rhode Island.
Janice has a B.A. in psychology with a minor in history and an M.S. in counseling/psychology.
Watch Janice on WMC Action News 5 weekdays at 10 p.m.
The family who lived in this house that burned after fireworks set it on fire not only lost their home and belongings but also their beloved cat. And now the mother has a message for the teens who set off those fireworks.
School is scheduled to start in Forrest City in about two months. With the threat of the coronavirus, officials have come up with a plan they hope will appeal to parents concerned about their children’s safety.
Thousands of Mid-Southerners were in the dark Friday night, thanks to storms that brought down trees and power lines. One family in Wynne, Arkansas was lucky to escape without injury when a tree came crashing down.
As the road to reopening become clearer in Shelby County, restaurants could be just weeks away from returning to dining room services. But the new restrictions that have come with it could only deepen their economic pain.
Most small business owners don’t have the kind of financial reserve that large businesses have. So when the federal government offered a lifeline to small businesses, it was a relief. But some business owners say filling out the forms is no easy feat.
Many businesses here in Overton Square are closing for at least a week but also offering curbside delivery. It is like other tourist businesses that are not sure what to do during what started out as a record year in Memphis for tourism.
A grieving family turned to social media hoping to get answers after their elderly relative’s home was burglarized and a fire intentionally set eight months ago. They just want to know when to show up in court for the suspect’s trial.