JACKSON, Tenn. -- The Rockabilly Gran Prix will roll through the hub city this weekend celebrating its fifth year, attracting hundreds from across the Southeast. Saturday, some will race… 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on twitter @wbbj7jordan.
JACKSON, Tenn. -- Six Jackson businesses faced the Beer Board Thursday morning, accused of selling alcohol without the proper ID. Jackson City Attorney Lewis Cobb, members of the Jackson Beer Board… continue reading ›
McNAIRY COUNTY, Tenn. -- An out-of-this-world exhibit will reopen after only being used for storage for the past decade. Two students began raising money to reopen the planetarium at McNairy Central… continue reading ›
CHESTER COUNTY, Tenn. -- The Henderson-Chester County Chamber of Commerce says they're looking to expand industry, and consultants for the state of Tennessee are showing them how through the Property Evaluation… continue reading ›
JACKSON, Tenn. -- Baseball and softball tournaments are in full swing, and the coming weekend will be no exception. West Tennessee Healthcare Sportsplex will be filled for a weekend of competition. "For Jackson and Madison County, the ballgames that are… continue reading ›
JACKSON, Tenn. -- Gov. Bill Haslam signs a bill to make it more affordable to have your record expunged. "Tennessee has always allowed people to clean up their record," Attorney Mark… continue reading ›
SELMER, Tenn. -- Drivers across the state of Tennessee will see a lot more road work signs as transportation projects begin. State officials say more than 900 projects will take… continue reading ›
SELMER, Tenn. -- A United States Air Force veteran has turned his love for his country into a World War II collection, and it can be seen Memorial Day weekend. Darrell… continue reading ›
ADAMSVILLE, Tenn. -- Twenty-nine years after the opening of the Sheriff Buford Pusser Home and Museum, a festival is still drawing thousands. It's not only a place to tour but… continue reading ›