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Award winning reporter Jessica Larche joined WTKR NewsChannel 3 in November 2010.

Before her journey in journalism led to Hampton Roads, Jessica spent nearly three years covering breaking news and investigating law enforcement and government in Jackson, Mississippi. Jessica's groundbreaking investigations into missing fire hydrants and her special reports on the shooting of little Sanaa Hill were recognized by the Mississippi Associated Press.

Jessica graduated summa cum laude after studying broadcast journalism at Florida A&M University in 2007. As the News Director of Tallahassee's 90.5 radio station, Jessica's documentaries on Hurricane Katrina and the death of Martin Lee Anderson won several William Randolph Hearst Awards. She also made history at FAMU as the first anchor of the FAMU News 20 at Five live newscast in the fall of 2007.

A New Orleans native, Jessica is a proud member of the Who Dat Nation as she cheers on the World Champion New Orleans Saints from hundreds of miles from home ("Who dat said they gon' beat 'dem Saints?!").

Jessica enjoys volunteering in the community as a member of the Hampton Roads Black Media Professionals, the National Association of Black Journalists and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. She is the past president of the Jackson Association of Black Journalists.

One of Jessica's favorite quotes is "Stories are remembered only if you tell them well". She looks forward to sharing memorable stories with NewsChannel 3 viewers for years to come.

Recent Articles
  • Embattled dentist’s license could be reinstated in a few years

    After years of NewsChannel 3 investigations into his questionable dental work and criminal charges for writing bad checks, the Virginia Board of Dentistry has revoked Derrick Broadaway's license.

  • Patients testify against Chesapeake dentist

    Embattled dentist Derrick Broadaway faced the state board of dentistry on Friday afternoon.

  • Family blames Beach construction company for man’s death

    A Newport News man's family is placing blame on a Virginia Beach construction company after he was killed by a bulldozer while on the job.

  • Newport News man convicted of killing his family wants an appeal

    The Newport News man convicted and sentenced to life in prison for stabbing his wife and three step-children to death wants a new trial. NewsChannel 3 has obtained Ragin’s handwritten appeal to Newport News Circuit Court claiming “insufficient evidence” and “errors during trial.” “I will win my appeal.  We will have a new trial, and everything that they did wrong at the last trial will be done right at the new trial,” said Ragin last month after his sentencing hearing during an […]

  • Virginia Beach native stung to death by killer bees in Texas

    According to the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s report, 30-year old Aaron Turner died after the attack. His heartbroken mother tells only NewsChannel 3 what happened.

  • No jail time for former Newport News police officer

    Newport News, Va. – A former Newport News police officer was sentenced to suspended jail time on 12 counts of indecent exposure and obscene sexual behavior charges Thursday. Several of Christopher Roush’s neighbors called police in April 2013 when they saw him fondling himself while naked on his front porch. Roush’s attorney said the judge felt Roush needed mental health and substance abuse treatment and not hard jail time.  His 12 year suspended jail time is contingent on his continuation of mental health and […]


    Update: Suffolk woman says neighbor climbed ladder to watch her in bathroom

    A Suffolk woman said her neighbor from a few houses down on North Fifth Street climbed a ladder to watch her while she was in her bathroom.

  • Charges dropped in Norfolk murder case

    Second-degree murder charges have essentially been dropped in the September 2013 death of Donte Davidson in Norfolk.

  • Man accused of ripping out ceiling of attorney’s office to rob neighboring business

    It’s getting patched up now, but police say James Thomas tore a hole in the ceiling right over Attorney Dan Crumpler’s office bathroom. Crumpler discovered the damage Sunday night and called the cops. They could tell the burglar used his entry point to gain access to the coin store next door. He stole $1,000 in cash and coins. Warren Myers says police believed the burglar was only doing prep work for a bigger break-in. Crumpler and Myers asked the Franklin […]

  • Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney Greg Underwood found guilty of DUI

    Norfolk Commonwealth's Attorney Greg Underwood was found guilty of DUI and refusal to take a breathalyzer.

  • Crooks swipe bronze vases from Evergreen Memorial Cemetery

    Portsmouth police need your help to find out who is swiping bronze vases from the Evergreen Memorial Cemetery.

  • Clever con artists trick grieving widow out of $100,000 in lottery scam

    Michelle Lauciello says her mother lost more than $100,000 in a lottery sweepstakes scam. ”I feel like if they can get her, they can get anyone. It`s just awful that they are so persistent, evil, cruel that they can take that much money from a widow,” says Lauciello. They are con-artists in Jamaica, who convinced Michelle`s mother to send the money to get her winnings. ”She was sending $500 increments,” says Lauciello. Michelle says the voices on the phone were […]


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