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
  • Suffolk officer recovering at home after attack

    Officer James Winslow is recovering at home tonight. He had been in the hospital since May 19. Joe Staton is charged with attempted murder of an officer and several other charges after police say he attacked officer Winslow. Winslow pulled over Staton on Nansemond Parkway in May when the driver got out and fled. Police say Staton then hit officer Winslow with something. Winslow was found unconscious in a wooded area and spent more than a week in the hospital.

  • Moped involved in accident in Ocean View

    A moped driver was taken to the hospital after an accident on Ocean View Avenue.  The car’s driver says he was trying to turn into a hotel parking lot when the moped struck the back of his car. The driver says luckily the moped driver was wearing a helmet.  The driver of the car was charged with failure to yield.  The driver of the moped was taken to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital. There is no word on the extent of […]

  • Hampton residents continue clean-up efforts after tornado

    For 89 years, Virginia Milholen has called this neighborhood home. In that time she’s seen her fair share of bad weather. “Hurricanes and floods and everything else,” she says. But the tornado that blew down her street Friday was definitely a first. “This is the only tornado that I know of in my whole life,” she says. A party happening next door at the yacht club ended abruptly, it’s remnants blowing into Milholen’s porch. “In my yard was all the […]

  • Hofstadler indicted on three counts of DUI maiming

    A Virginia Beach woman accused of driving drunk and hitting three children and a man who were walking to a school bus stop faces more charges. Sandra Hofstadler was indicted Monday on three counts of DUI maiming. She was already found guilty in juvenile and domestic relations court of DUI and reckless driving.

  • Public Works installing temporary traffic signal at Laskin Road and Arctic Avenue

    Public Works is installing a temporary traffic signal at the intersection of Laskin Road and Arctic Avenue that will be in operation beginning Monday, February 13, 2011.With the completion of Phase III of the Laskin-Gateway project in May 2011, the traffic signal was removed and replaced with 2-way stop signs on Laskin Road. This temporary traffic signal will replace the stop signs at the intersection and will remain until Phase IV – the final phase – is completed, tentatively June […]