SAVANNAH, Tenn. -- Downtown Savannah is flooded with vendors Wednesday morning at the River City Farmers Market on Savannah's Main Street. Dairy, handmade items and canned goods are just a few things… continue reading ›
Jordan Hall joined the WBBJ 7 News team in February 2014.
Jordan is from the Middle Tennessee area and earned his bachelor’s degree in electronic media from Middle Tennessee State University.
While at MTSU, he was a part of MT-10 HD and worked in all parts of the newsroom. One of his favorite nights at the station was when he anchored the the 2012 Presidential Election Results.
In Spring 2013, Jordan worked in Nashville at FOX 17 as an intern and worked mainly around the capitol on political stories and new legislation in the Tennessee Senate and House of Representatives.
In his spare time, Jordan likes running, drinking coffee and watching movies with his friends and family. He also enjoys volunteering for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and looks forward to getting involved in the Jackson community. Feel free to contact Jordan with story ideas and questions! E-mail him at email@example.com or follow him on twitter @wbbj7jordan.
JACKSON, Tenn. -- High school graduates are choosing where they'll spend their four years, and local colleges and universities say it's never too late to make another visit and ask last-minute questions. "I would certainly invite them to come out… continue reading ›
JACKSON, Tenn. -- State agencies spend Monday cleaning out streams, basins and wetlands clogged by trash. Each year around Earth Day, the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation picks a… continue reading ›
DYERSBURG, Tenn. -- A man accused in the murder of a mother of two appeared Tuesday morning in court. Torius Russell is charged in the death of Shanice Amerson, who was throwing a birthday party for her son last fall… continue reading ›
JACKSON, Tenn. -- More than 250 middle school students from Crockett County flooded Jackson State Community College Thursday morning to learn about life after high school graduation. "All of our… continue reading ›
JACKSON, Tenn. -- First responders say you can help save someone's life in a traumatic bleeding situation if you have the right tools. That's why they're educating the public on… continue reading ›
CHESTER COUNTY, Tenn. -- Kids from across West Tennessee get the first peek into a tradition at Freed Hardeman University. Makin' Music is back for its 40th anniversary, and the campus is celebrating in a big way. To kick off… continue reading ›
HARDIN COUNTY, Tenn. -- Jury selection for the trial of one of the men accused in the death and disappearance of Holly Bobo began Wednesday morning. Zach… continue reading ›