Shay Arthur joined the WREG News Channel 3 team from Northern California in December 2014.

Shay is a California native and proud graduate of UC Berkeley…Go bears!

She spent the last few years working at KRCR, the ABC affiliate in Redding, CA. where she was the weekend anchor and reporter.

She covered several high-profile murder cases as well as numerous wildfires.

Shay loves live music and good food, so this looks like a great place to call home!

She’s always looking for new story ideas so if you have any be sure to drop her a line!

If you know of a good place for some BBQ she would like to know about that too!

Recent Articles
  • Small Mid-South town creates haunted house to support volunteer fire department

    HENNING, Tenn. — Though it’s not quite time to go trick-or-treating, it’s safe to say Halloween is in the air. One small Mid-South community is actually depending on the spooky season to help out their volunteer fire department. About an hour outside of Memphis, residents of Henning, Tennessee, are working to cause a scare and raise some money. Walking through the house of horrors, it’s clear Al and Dawn Stankey are fulfilling their passions. They created the haunted house in […]

  • After tree fell on house, South Memphis neighbors say it is a hazard

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Residents of a South Memphis neighborhood are sick of looking at a home that’s falling to the ground after a tree smashed through the middle of it. .A tree smashed through the middle of the home on Driver Street, and Odell Ford, who lives just feet away, says something needs to be done about the hazardous home. “It’s really disgusting to see this go on for so long,” Ford said. He’s lived in his South Memphis home […]

  • Wear a seat belt: Officials issue warning after fatal weekend wreck

    FAYETTE COUNTY, Tenn. — The Tennessee Highway Patrol shared a sad message Monday following a tragic weekend crash that took the lives of three children and a woman. According to the crash report, troopers think the woman had been drinking, but investigators said they’re still waiting for official test results. The report also found that no one in the car was wearing a seat belt. While family and friends are mourning the loss of 34-year-old Latricia Taylor, her 9-year-old son […]

  • Two men charged after Frayser robbery and carjacking

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Two men are facing charges after a carjacking in Frayser, and it only took a day to track down the culprits, despite their desperate efforts to hide from police. Police said a man was sitting in his car Sunday along Debby Street in Frayser when four men showed up, pointing guns, pistol whipping him and demanding everything the victim had. The victim gave them a few hundred dollars and his cell phone, and the accused thieves got […]

  • Southaven man accused of molesting kids, possessing pornography

    A Southaven man was taken into custody after being accused of molesting children.

  • Blytheville beginning to bring down blighted properties

    BLYTHEVILLE, Ark. — The City of Blytheville is taking proactive steps to help clean up the community and rid the city of blight. For Ronald Williams, who lives across the street from a blighted property on Kenwood Dr., seeing a house brought to the ground is the happiness he’s been seeking for years. “At night time, I would get up and look out my window and see them coming in: prostitution, drugs,” he said. No one has lived in the […]

  • Standing water, unwanted critters taking over blighted Raleigh home

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Raleigh man says rats, rodents, snakes and more are coming out of a blighted home next door to his house. Steve Echols said he’s done what he can to get help with the overgrown spot, but he and his family are at their wits’ end. Standing in the rain with umbrellas in hand Echols showed WREG what he looks at every day next door to the home he’s lived in for the last 20 years. “It’s […]

  • Craigmont-Bolton football game rescheduled due to safety concerns

    Friday night's football game between Craigmont High and Bolton High is being rescheduled due to safety concerns, Shelby County Schools confirmed.

  • Rep. Cohen, Mid-South moms demand federal action on gun violence

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Moms Demand Action, the national nonprofit working to end gun violence, and Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Memphis) joined forces Thursday calling on United States senators to do something about gun reform. They’re calling it common sense policies, saying the U.S. House of Representatives has taken steps, and now it’s time for Senators to as well. Standing on a windy Civic Center Plaza in downtown, members of Moms Demand Action made their case. “Gun violence is a public health […]

  • Man accused of raping Grahamwood neighbor, pouring bug spray down her throat

    A Grahamwood man was arrested after he allegedly raped his neighbor before pouring bug spray down her throat, police said.

  • Men charged after 11-year-old shot in Highland Heights

    Three men have been arrested after an 11-year-old girl was shot in Highland Heights.

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