Quametra Wilborn joined the WREG News Channel 3 team as a Multimedia Journalist August of 2019.

Quametra is a Millington-native and THRILLED to be back in her hometown reporting for the #1 rated news station.

Her passion for storytelling began when she was 16 reporting for her high school’s news station, Trojan TV. From there, she went to Middle Tennessee State University (Go True Blue!) where she graduated with a major in Multimedia Journalism and a minor in Sociology. While in college, she reported and anchored for MT10 News and won her first Associated Press Award for TV Investigative/In-depth Reporting. She also interned at another Memphis station during her time in school.

Quametra got her first “big girl” job on-air in Hattiesburg, MS at WDAM where she was a reporter/anchor.

She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. When she isn’t chasing down a story, you can find her checking out new restaurants in town.

Got a story? She’d love to hear it!
Email: quametra.wilborn@wreg.com
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Twitter: @qwilborntv

Recent Articles
  • Family searches for missing mother last seen in Cordova

    Memphis Police say 26-year-old Sarah Vinick was last seen Tuesday, leaving a residence on Trondheim Drive in Cordova. 

  • Man shot in Parkway Village, suspect unknown

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A man was shot in Parkway Village and taken to the hospital fighting for his life Saturday afternoon, and police do not have a suspect. Memphis Police said one man was shot in the 3100 block of Wallingford around 4 p.m. The man was taken to Regional One Hospital in critical condition. Police have not released his identity. No suspect information is available at this time. Nelson Garrett said he’s lived in the Parkway Village neighborhood for […]

  • Memphis woman frustrated when insurance declines to cover hole in ceiling

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Binghampton woman is looking for help after her home’s ceiling collapsed. Thankfully she wasn’t injured, but she said her insurance company refuses to pay up. Jacquelyn Webb has lived in her home for most her life, but now she’s living with her mother after her bedroom ceiling collapsed. “It’s just a disaster in that room,” Webb said. Her once-clean room is now covered with sheet rock and insulation. Her clothes are ruined, and her ceiling fan […]

  • Fayette County residents upset with state disposing diseased deer carcasses in community

    ROSSVILLE, Tenn. — The fight against chronic wasting disease (CWD) is affecting more than just deer and hunters. Homeowners in Fayette County are feeling the effects after the state made plans to bury the carcasses of diseased animals only a few miles away. Lawrence Philmore has lived in his home just north of Rossville for about 20 years. Little did he know, just a few miles from his neighborhood, a burial site for diseased animals has appeared. “I don’t think […]

  • Memphis working out details to host Thanksgiving dinner for 1,000

    Earl Sayles, an organizer with the Thanksgiving Dinner Committee, said this is the biggest outpouring of support the event has ever had.

  • Memphis man charged with statutory rape by authority figure

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A 62-year-old Frayser man is behind bars for allegedly raping a minor. Gregory Krishen is charged with rape and statutory rape by an authority figure, and court documents show he was in the child’s life since birth. Neighbors said they were shocked to hear the devastating news about someone they see every day. Residents living in the Frayser community said it’s a quiet area with everyone sticking to themselves and minding their own business. But they were […]

  • ‘I’m going to kill you:’ Man arrested for robbery, assault of woman in Hickory Hill

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A 19-year-old man is behind bars after being accused of robbing a woman in Hickory Hill with a rifle pointed to her head. Kobe Westbrooks is charged with aggravated assault, robbery, theft and unlawful possession of a handgun. Not only did he allegedly point that weapon at the woman’s head, police reports said he told her words no one wants to hear: “I’m going to kill you.” Residents who wished to not go on camera said the […]

  • Turning on the heat tonight? Stay safe and warm with these tips

    Devin Williams with Greenway Home Services says they expect a busy weekend with the weather hitting near-freezing temperatures.

  • Helena-West Helena hosts town hall to help officials curb recent crime increase

    HELENA-WEST HELENA, Ark. — Residents of Helena-West Helena took their safety concerns to city leaders following a week of shootings that left three men dead. The city scheduled a town hall meeting Thursday to discuss solutions to fix those issues. Residents said they are fed up with crime plaguing their city. That’s why people met at Phillips Community College to lay those concerns on the table. The mayor, police chief and several other law enforcement officials joined in on the […]

  • Germantown, Collierville residents on edge after string of break-ins

    GERMANTOWN, Tenn. — Residents of Germantown and Collierville are on high alert after a recent series of home break-ins. Germantown Police said they are investigating four residential burglaries that have happened across the city in the past month. Residents said one of those incidents happened in the English Meadows neighborhood. Police said a silver SUV is at the center of their investigation. “You know this is a pretty busy street right here,” a resident said. “So there’s always going to […]

  • County officials assist residents still suffering from storm damage

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Two days have passed since an EF-1 tornado ripped through parts of the Mid-South, leaving several homeless or without power. Cleanup continues for storm damage in Parkway Village, but now county leaders are stepping in to help. Olivet Baptist Church on Knight Arnold road will open its doors from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday to function as a multi-agency resource center. Officials said people affected by Monday’s storm will have the opportunity to come in and […]

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