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Executive Producer of Morning News

Maurice brings more than a decade of producing and leadership experience to Memphis. He joined WREG in January 2019, marking a return to Tennessee – the state he calls home.

For years, Maurice worked as a producer at WSMV in Nashville, where he covered a number of notable stories including: the FBI raid of the state Capitol known as Operation Tennessee Waltz, the murder of retired Titans quarterback Steve McNair, and the historic flood of 2010 which caused more than $1 billion of damage in Nashville alone.

In 2017, Maurice left Nashville for the sunny shores of Charleston, South Carolina, where he worked as an executive producer at WCBD. During his time in the Palmetto State, Maurice covered the sentencing of the Charleston church shooter, the federal court case stemming from the officer-involved shooting death of Walter Scott, and the multi-billion dollar failure of a nuclear power project.

A proud graduate of Lipscomb University in Nashville, Maurice lives in Bartlett with his wife and children.

Recent Articles
  • Raleigh station clerk killed during overnight robbery

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis police are searching for a killer after a clerk at a gas station in Raleigh was fatally shot early Thursday. Police say two people called for help just after 1 a.m. at the Exxon at the corner of Stage and Coleman roads.  First responders found the clerk dead from a gunshot wound. “I just call him friend all the time. I say, ‘What’s up friend? He says, ‘Hey. God bless  you,” customer Sabrina Woods said. She […]

  • Funeral announced for Memphis Lt. Myron Fair

    Friends, family and colleagues will gather this weekend to honor the life of late Memphis Police Lt. Myron Fair.

  • Phone lines at Millington Police Department restored

    The non-emergency phone lines at the Millington Police Department have been restored.

  • Baby Found Unharmed After Being Reported Missing

    An infant at the center of a Memphis City Watch was found unharmed early Monday. Police canceled the alert for the one-year-old just before 4 a.m. Initially, the child was considered missing and endangered. Police say he vanished from his home around 9 p.m. on Sunday in the 1900 block of East Raines Road. Memphis police also responded to a deadly shooting in the 1900 block of East Raines Road on Sunday night.  It was not immediately clear if the […]

  • Man fatally shot outside southeast Memphis bowling alley

    One man is dead and police are searching for suspects following a shooting in the Winchester Bowl parking lot on South Mendenhall Road.

  • Man wanted in 2017 killing captured in Memphis

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A man wanted in a brutal 2017 kidnapping and murder was captured early Friday at a Memphis motel. According to the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office, Michael McGehee, 28, was captured at the Red Roof Inn on Shelby Oaks Drive just after midnight. McGehee is one of three men charged with the July 2017 murder of 60-year-old Robert Glidden. Police say Glidden’s body was found next to a trash bin and drainage pond near Covington Pike. Court documents […]

  • Honda to close British plant, thousands expected to lose jobs

    Thousands of workers in Britain may lose their jobs as Honda prepares to close a manufacturing plant in western England.

  • Charges pending after pair of accidents on I-40 leaves one dead, four injured

    Emergency crews closed the westbound lanes of Interstate 40 near Canada Road in the Lakeland area early Wednesday after a pair of accidents involving tractor trailers, an ambulance, and two law enforcement vehicles.

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