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Jackie Morlock joined the WTKR news team in March 2013.

She credits her work with the NBC 10 Investigators in Philadelphia as the motivation leading to her on-air broadcasting career. Following a 2007 summer internship at WCAU in Philadelphia, she worked full-time throughout her senior year of college as a researcher and digital content producer for the award-winning NBC 10 investigative team. Much of her job involved researching companies that were the subject of consumer complaints, and even shooting undercover video. In 2009, she earned an Emmy nomination for her undercover work at a nail salon in South Jersey that was using an illegal chemical to apply acrylic nails.

Jackie’s on-air voyage took her 1,900 miles across the country to the Cowboy State of Wyoming where she worked as an anchor/reporter at KCWY, News 13 in Casper. She spent two years shooting and editing her own stories and producing several weekday and weekend newscasts. She also spent two years in Burlington, Vermont solo-anchoring four consecutive hours of morning news at FOX 44/ABC 22.

Being born and raised a Philly girl, she’s happy to be in Hampton Roads living the “city-life” again. She’s also excited to be reporting for NewsChannel 3 where “Taking Action, Getting Results” sums up, exactly, the dedication and follow-through that she gives each and every story.

Recent Articles
  • Bryan R, Lowe

    Judge denies request to move Bryan Lowe to inpatient treatment facility

    The 48-year-old Army veteran is accused of threatening a father at gunpoint to take his two month old child.

  • Beach man charged in infant abduction attempt appears in court

    A 48-year-old Virginia Beach man charged with trying to abduct and infant at gunpoint was asked not to curse in the courtroom during his arraignment on Tuesday.

  • Chesapeake man found dead in Orlando on Sunday

    Friends of a young Chesapeake man found dead in Florida hope for answers. At this point, 20-year-old Cameron Sparrow's death remains a mystery.

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    Surf conditions prompt red flag warnings, restrictions at Oceanfront, Sandbridge beaches

    Swimmers are once again being asked to use caution at resort beaches and Sandbridge.

  • Thomas George Seifert: 16 counts of Felony Child Sexual Abuse while in a Custodial Role

    16 more child sex abuse charges filed against York County man over new victim

    Thomas George Seifert initially faced four counts of taking indecent liberties with a child by a person in a custodial or supervisory relationship, and was charged with 10 more counts last week.

  • Update: National Weather Service confirms weak tornado hit Oceanfront

    Virginia Beach, Va. – The National Weather Service has confirmed a weak tornado was one of three weather events that caused damage in Virginia Beach yesterday. The EF-0 tornado never actually touched the ground, but moved in a straight line just above the ground like many weak tornadoes, according to Bill Sammler with the National Weather Service. The twister damaged a house behind the Star of Sea School on 16th street and traveled to the Dolphin Inn at 17th & […]

  • Star of the Sea Catholic School lost roof, gym windows during tornado.

    Star of the Sea Catholic School loses roof, gym windows during tornado

    Virginia Beach, Va. – Star of the Sea Catholic School located in the 1400 block of Pacific Avenue, suffered some damage during Thursday’s storms. The school lost its roof and gym windows during the tornado, NewsChannel 3 has learned. The National Weather Service has confirmed a weak tornado was one of three weather events that caused damage in Virginia Beach yesterday. The EF-0 tornado never actually touched the ground, but moved in a straight line just above the ground like many […]

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    Stumpy Point residents thankful for minimal damage Hurricane Arthur left behind

    Folks in Stumpy Point feel fortunate that Hurricane Arthur brought only minimal damage.

  • July 4th festivities still on in Elizabeth City

    Regarding Hurricane Arthur’s current path, officials with the Pasquotank-Camden Emergency Management team don’t expect a huge problem. At this point, Emergency Management Coordinator Christy Saunders believes the Pasquotank-Camden area should be far enough away and on the wrong side of the storm for winds to reach Hurricane speeds. But, Saunders also knows things could change at any moment. That’s why she says she’s been in constant contact with federal and state partners who are closely watching Arthur’s movement. Hurricane season is something Saunders […]

  • SUV goes up in flames on Carova Beach

    For many long-time locals, driving on Carova Beach comes as second nature. It’s those doing it for the first time or just trying it out because it looks cool, who worry rescue crews. Thursday marked at least the third car fire on the beach this summer. Chief Bill Vann of the Carova Beach Volunteer Fire Department says there may have been a fourth, but he can’t remember. That’s because he says it happens regularly every year. The biggest mistake first-time […]

  • Detours no more at E Little Creek Road and Tidewater Drive?

    Norfolk, Va. – Although a flashing road sign on Tidewater Drive says the feeder road to East Little Creek is expected to reopen today, some drivers aren’t convinced. Some folks who live and work in the area say the deadline on the road sign has changed a few times since the work began. According to Norfolk Public Works officials, weather and issues found while digging up the ground put a damper on the original deadline, forcing drivers to use the […]

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    Driver charged with DUI after woman falls from roof of car crossing the Gilmerton Bridge

    Police say a 49-year-old woman has been transported to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital with serious injuries after falling from the roof of a moving vehicle.


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