Kontji Anthony is a New York native but now considers herself a proud Mid-Southerner. She began her broadcasting career at 17 in high school and later graduated from Howard University. You'll see her on the anchor desk at Action News 5 weekdays at 4, 5, 6 and 10 p.m.
Joe Birch marked his 40th year at Action News 5 in 2018. The Emmy Award-winning news anchor has traveled the world for WMC, filing stories from the People's Republic of China, the Vatican Museums in Italy and the 1996 Atlanta Games. He is a graduate of Christian Brothers University and a member of the Tennessee Journalism Hall of Fame.
Kym Clark joined Action News 5 more than 30 years ago. The Emmy Award-winning news anchor has interviewed countless people over the years, including Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres. She is a regular speaker and emcee at events throughout the Mid-South.
Kelli Cook is a reporter for Action News 5. You can watch her Monday through Friday at 10 p.m.
Andrew Douglas is an award-winning anchor and reporter with more than two decades of journalistic experience. His notable interviews include former Vice President Dick Cheney, civil rights photographer Earnest Withers and Martin Luther King III. Andrew grew up in South Florida. He and his wife, who is a native Memphian, have two children.
Briseida Holguin joined the Action News 5 team in April 2020 as a multimedia journalist.
Parker grew up watching Action News 5 growing up in Cleveland, Mississippi, which makes being a part of the staff extra special for him.
Arianna Poindexter is a military child who has lived everywhere from California to Washington D.C. and even Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. She is a graduate of MIZZOU and a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
Joy Redmond is a Detroit native with more than 15 years of television journalism experience. She loves fashion, shoes in particular. When she's not on your TVs in the morning, you may see Joy hanging out on Beale Street or checking out a local eatery.
Brandon Richard was born and raised in Oklahoma. He's reported news across the country over the last decade, including the 2013 Moore, Oklahoma EF-5 tornado and the Kansas City Royals World Series Championship.
Kelly Roberts grew up in the Hoosier State. She has reported on presidential visits, a deadly state fair stage collapse and two school shootings. In her free time, Kelly enjoys traveling, reading, watching Netflix and playing with her cat, Custard.
Meteorologist Brittney Bryant is a born and raised Memphian. After reporting on tropical storms on the east coast and chasing tornadoes across the plains, Brittney's dreams of becoming a meteorologist in her hometown came true. You can watch her weekday mornings on Action News 5 from 4:30 to 7 a.m.
Chief Meteorologist Ron Childers is a native Memphian. His 20-plus years of forecasting include some of the Mid-South's most memorable storms. He is an Emmy Award winner and holds the prestigious American Meteorological Society Seal of Approval. Ron is married to Action News 5 anchor/reporter Joyce Peterson.
Meteorologist Spencer Denton has covered everything from major tornado outbreaks to blizzards across the south. The American Meteorological Society has awarded him with the AMS Seal of Approval. Spencer loves sports and spending his free time with his wife and daughter.
Meteorologist Sagay Galindo has covered weather from coast to coast, including hurricanes, nor'easters and tornadoes. When she's not on TV, Sagay is a marathon runner, part-time Zumba instructor, a mom and a military spouse.
Cassie Carlson joined the sports team in February 2020 as a weekend sports anchor and reporter.
Jarvis Greer celebrated his 40th anniversary at Action News 5 in April 2019. He's won a number of awards on his way to becoming sports director, including an Emmy and Memphis Magazine's "Best of Memphis" award.
Janeen Gordon is a native Memphian. She got her start in broadcasting on the airwaves of Memphis radio. Since then, she's served in a number of roles from radio host to traffic anchor on Action News 5 weekday mornings.
Jacqueline Policastro created the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in 2014. She’s covered Congress and the White House for more than a decade.
Ted Fioraliso returned to Washington, D.C. in April 2016 as a senior reporter/executive producer at the Gray Television Washington News Bureau.
Peter Zampa joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in June 2015 as a multimedia journalist.
Alana Austin joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau team in August 2017 after spending three years covering national and state politics in Richmond, Virginia at Gray TV's WVIR-TV.
Kyle Midura joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in September 2017 from Gray TV's WCAX-TV.
Timothy Knapp joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in September 2018 as Studio Manager and Photojournalist. He now serves as Supervisor of Videography.
Karen Daborowski joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in January 2019 as a producer.
Natalie Grim joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau as a multimedia journalist in June 2019.
Kristin Kasper joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in July of 2019 as a multimedia journalist.
David Ade returned to the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in July 2021 as a multimedia journalist. He previously worked at the Bureau from 2017-2019.
Nicole Neuman joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in June 2021 as a multimedia journalist.