Adam Hammond

Daybreak/Noon Anchor

Adam Hammond came to News Channel 3 in August 2011. Before moving to Memphis, Adam was an anchor and reporter for WGXA in Macon, Georgia. During his tenure at WGXA Adam specialized in legal reporting. He also covered many historic events in Central Georgia including the 2008 Mother's Day Tornados and President Barack Obama's visit.

Adam attended Georgia College and graduated with degrees in Political Science and Mass Communication. He also studied European Politics in Nice, France.

In 2009 the Professional Association of Georgia Educators awarded Adam for 'Outstanding Coverage of Education.' Adam enjoys being a journalist because it gives him an opportunity to explore with viewers the world they live in and how we can all make a difference in it.

Adam is a native of Athens, Georgia and enjoys traveling, politics, running, and the Atlanta Braves.

You can follow me on Twitter at AdamHammond3

Recent Articles

  • In-State Tuition Push For Undocumented Immigrants

    Posted on: 12:45 pm, March 7, 2014, by , updated on: 11:16pm, March 7, 2014

    A bill that would grant undocumented students from outside of the country in state tuition
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    Graduation Cap College Costs
  • Man Shot As Bartlett Police Serve Warrant

    Posted on: 8:07 am, March 5, 2014, by and , updated on: 05:09pm, March 5, 2014

    Memphis police officers were helping Bartlett police on a search warrant
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  • Dad Left Kids Alone At Home While He Sold Marijuana

    Posted on: 9:24 pm, February 27, 2014, by and

    Police say when they were interviewing the father when he told them he left his 8-month-old and 2-year-old at his home alone while he was out selling marijuana.
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  • Some Parents Causing A Disruption At SCS Schools

    Posted on: 3:58 pm, February 18, 2014, by , updated on: 05:30pm, February 18, 2014

    Several parents have caused issues recently
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  • County Lights Left On At Night Cost Taxpayers Big Bucks

    Posted on: 5:48 pm, February 17, 2014, by

    The Shelby County's public works director said he didn't realize the lights were on all night until we asked him about it.
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  • Public To Get Last Look At Pyramid Before Major Construction

    Posted on: 5:20 pm, February 17, 2014, by

    Excitement over Bass Pro Shop’s renovation of the Pyramid is turning into impatience.
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  • Legislation Honoring Andrew Loyd To Protect Kids Approved In MS House

    Posted on: 5:27 pm, February 13, 2014, by , updated on: 08:34pm, February 13, 2014

    Mississippi lawmakers are considering a bill named in memory of 11-year-old Andrew Loyd that could help prevent another child from being killed by a mentally ill parent.
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    andrew loyd
  • Mom And Grandma Accused Of Cursing Out Child Bully

    Posted on: 4:38 pm, February 11, 2014, by , updated on: 07:12pm, February 11, 2014

    A Memphis mother and grandmother are accused of taking matters into their own hands after their little girl was bullied at school.
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  • TDOT Could Lose $900 Million In Funding

    Posted on: 9:25 am, February 10, 2014, by and , updated on: 05:10pm, February 10, 2014

    The federal Highway Trust Fund has a $15 billion shortfall
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  • Kameron Whalum Talks About His Super Bowl Halftime Show Performance

    Posted on: 5:47 pm, February 6, 2014, by

    Overton High grad Kameron Whalum talks about his experience playing with the Bruno Mars band during the Super Bowl.
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  • Are High Property Taxes To Blame For Memphis Economy?

    Posted on: 1:24 pm, February 5, 2014, by , updated on: 06:58pm, February 5, 2014

    While People in Shelby County pay the highest property taxes in the state experts says the city will drown in those rates if we don't bring them down.
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  • Raleigh Neighbors Concerned Vacant Homes Encourage Crime

    Posted on: 6:21 pm, February 4, 2014, by , updated on: 06:59pm, February 4, 2014

    Criminals are striking in one Raleigh neighborhood, and the people who live there say it’s all because of the vacant homes in the area.
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