Jeremy joined the WTKR/WGNT family in 2010 as a photojournalist. He quickly moved through the ranks and became the evening assignment editor.

A “Georgia boy,” he moved to Norfolk in 2004 after joining the U.S. Navy and being stationed aboard the USS Bataan (LHD 5). During his time as a Navy photojournalist, he visited more than a dozen countries and his work was published in many media outlets, magazines, and textbooks. One of his proudest moments was having the first published aerial photo of the Super Dome in New Orleans the day after Hurricane Katrina hit.

When he is not glued to scanners, pitching stories, or monitoring media outlets, he enjoys spending time with his family – including two fur-babies Storm and Daisy.

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Recent Articles
  • VDOT announces new E-ZPass fee structure

    VDOT released the following information on the new E-ZPass fee structure that takes effect Sept. 1, 2012: Current E-ZPass customers with open accounts as of July 9, 2012 will not be charged a monthly fee until they replace their existing transponder or add a new one to their account.  They will then be charged a 50-cent monthly fee per new standard transponder or a $1 monthly fee per new Flex transponder.  The fee is applicable to new transponders obtained after […]

  • Alternator belt cut on Romney bus at Henrico gun show

    HENRICO, Va. (WTVR) The Mitt Romney campaign team confirmed with CBS 6 that a campaign bus was vandalized over the weekend. Michael Short confirmed that vandals tampered with the bus and cut the alternator belt. Vandals sabotaged the bus either late Saturday night or early Sunday morning, when it was parked outside of a gun show at the Showplace in Henrico, off of Mechanicsville Turnpike. Read the rest of the story from our sister station WTVR here.

  • Two shot in Virginia Beach

    Two people have been shot in Virginia Beach, according to dispatchers. The calls came in just before 11p.m. for gunshots in the 5700 block of Arrowhead Drive. At this time, there is no word on the extent of their injuries and police have not released any suspect information. If you have any information on the shooting, call the Crimeline at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.

  • Gas leak closes Battlefield Boulevard

    Battlefield Boulevard in Chesapeake is closed from Cedar Road to the Great Bridge Bridge due to a propane leak. Dispatchers got a call about the leak just before 2:00 this afternoon. When emergency crews got on scene, they found a 1,000-gallon propane tank leaking at the Citgo Station in the 200 block of Battlefield Boulevard. Capt. Scott Saunders with Chesapeake Fire said the leak was patched and secured by a HAZMAT team, but the tank will still have to be […]

  • Jerry Sandusky found guilty on 45 of 48 counts

    After more than 20 hours of deliberation, the jury in Jerry Sandusky’s child sex abuse trial has found him guilty, according to CNN. The verdict was read around 10p.m. Friday night, after more than 20 hours of deliberation. Sandusky was found guilty on 45 of 48 counts. He originally faced 51 charges, but three were thrown out by the judge. The former Penn State assistant football coach allegedly sexually abused 10 young male victims over 15 years. Sandusky had pleaded […]

  • Severe weather brings heavy rain, flooding

    NewsChannel 3’s Alize Proisy was at 21st Street and Colley Avenue in Norfolk as the storm rolled through. One car didn’t make it out of the flooding before being surrounded by water.

  • Taking Action for a family who lost everything in fire

    “I lost all her clothes, her crib, bassinet, so many Pampers, bottles.  She lost everything.  The only thing I could grab was her.”  Denna Anderson was home with her 3-week-old baby yesterday when the house she shares on Galt Street with her mom and sister burst into flames.  Her family lost everything, including their dog.  “She was underneath the bed like I said, scared to come out,” she says.  As they are recovering in a Norfolk hotel, they are trying […]

  • Portsmouth neighborhood tested for carbon monoxide after deaths

    The medical examiner says a couple died from carbon monoxide exposure in the Swanson neighborhood of Portsmouth. Theirs was not the only home with the potentially deadly gas in the air.  The fire department says 57 tenants had some level of carbon monoxide exposure.  15 others had water heaters and oven ranges giving off some level of CO. And 28 units had elevated levels of CO in the air.  “I think we should have more up to date checking of […]

  • Storms bring flooding to Hampton Roads – just in time for rush hour

    As storms continue to roll through Hampton Roads, the streets in Hampton Roads also continue to flood. A large number of power outages have also been reported. According to Dominion Power, the largest power outages are in Norfolk and Hampton. More than 4,900 Norfolk residents are with out power, and Hampton also has a large power outage with more than 2,200 without power. Norfolk dispatch warns that many areas in Norfolk are flooded – Ocean View area, downtown Norfolk, and […]

  • Incoming cold front brings possible severe weather

    Myles Henderson’s Live VIPIR Forecast Tracking storms… A cold front is moving through the Mid-Atlantic with hot and humid air in front and slightly cooler air behind it. The front is triggering storms that will move in this afternoon and evening. Severe storms are possible tonight and into Saturday with heavy rain, frequent lightning, and hail. Rain chances will taper off Saturday afternoon with clearing skies. Temperatures will be slightly cooler for the weekend, with a bigger cool down next […]

  • People Taking Action: Avelyn Chambers

    Thanks to the principal at Thurgood Marshall Elementary, NewsChannel 3 had permission to interrupt this faculty meeting. And the person we was about to single out had no idea.  “Avelyn Chambers,” Kurt Williams says.  She caught our attention after we got this email.  “This lady is a remarkable person.  She takes all of the children on as her own.  When a child has no one to talk to she always takes the time to listen to that child.  She is […]

  • Child hit by vehicle in Norfolk

    Norfolk dispatch confirms that a child was struck by a vehicle at the intersection of 38th Street and Killam Avenue. It happened just after 7pm. Police and medics are on scene. The child was transported to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital. No word on the extent of injuries. Stay with NewsChannel 3 for the latest.