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Scott Noll joined the News Channel Three team in June, 2008.

An award-winning investigative reporter, Scott brings more than a decade of news experience, in a career that’s taken him from Ohio to Michigan, Missouri to Pennsylvania.

Most recently, he worked for the CBS station in Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo/Battle Creek, Michigan. Scott’s work with the station’s I-Team earned him an Associated Press award for a three-part investigation examining the state’s response to concerns about cancer rates. Other stories have led to reviews of hiring policies at a local hospital after two doctors were charged with sex crimes. And, a week after an investigation showed major violations by a local nursing home operator, the state attorney general filed a civil lawsuit, demanding change.

An Ohio native, Scott graduated from The Ohio State University. When he’s not at work, he enjoys reading, spending time with his wife and son, reading, and rooting on the Buckeyes, Cleveland Indians and Browns.

Scott, and his family, live in Shelby County.

Recent Articles
  • Firefighter Charged With Rape In Trouble Before

    (Memphis)  We’re learning more about the history of a Memphis fire lieutenant charged with rape this week. Investigators say 45-year-old Wendell Guinn forced his girlfriend into her home, locked her in a bedroom and sexually assaulted her Monday. There’s no mention of that incident in Guinn’s city personnel file. However, city records obtained by WREG On Your Side Investigators show this isn’t the first time Guinn has been in trouble. According to the city, Guinn has been suspended four times […]

  • Southaven Board Reviews Mayor’s Credit Cards

    (Southaven, MS) Southaven’s Board of Aldermen met in executive session for an estimated five hours Monday night. Board members were reviewing credit card statements sent to them by the state auditor’s office as part of the on-going investigation into spending by Southaven Mayor Greg Davis. Aldermen expect to meet a March 30, 2012 deadline to submit their review of the spending to state investigators.

  • Two Jailed For Stealing From House Set For Tax Sale

    FAST FACTS: Two arrested for stealing from home set for tax sale Suspect’s sister says pair was cleaning out the house to help neighborhood Both face felony burglary and theft charges Scott.Noll@wreg.com (Memphis)  Memphis police and a suspect’s sister are telling two different stories about what happened outside a North Memphis home Thursday.  Officers say it was felony theft and burglary.  But Ashley Williams who lives next door says the pair was just trying to clean up the neighborhood. Friday […]

  • First Shot, Now Stabbed, Investigation Into Toddler’s Injuries Underway

    FAST FACTS: Two year old hospitalized with severe burns Toddler placed in state custody during DCS investigation Same boy was shot less than a year ago Scott.Noll@wreg.com (Memphis)  A Memphis toddler is back in the hospital tonight, less than a year after he was shot.  Once again, he’s at the center of a police investigation. This time it’s because of burns 2-year-old DeVontay Lowe suffered.  The injuries are suspicious enough that the boy is now in the custody of the […]

  • Smoke Shop Shut Down For Dealing Bath Salts

    FAST FACTS: The Smoke Shop shut down Investigators say workers dealt illegal bath salts inside the business Agents seize 733 packets during search Scott.Noll@wreg.com (Memphis) Business at a Northeast Memphis smoke shop was snuffed out today after investigators shut down the store amid allegations workers were opening selling illegal bath salts. Agents from the West Tennessee Drug Task Force arrived at The Smoke Shop near Sycamore View and Raleigh-Millington around 1:30pm Wednesday with a court order to close the business. […]

  • Group Questions Mayor’s Claims

    FAST FACTS: Group looking to oust Southaven Mayor claims 1,000 signatures Organizer doubts mayor’s denial of double-dipping Mayor Greg Davis says despite receipts given to investigators, he was not reimbursed for all expenes Scott.Noll@wreg.com (Southaven, MS) Another big crowd is expected at tonight’s Southaven Board of Aldermen meeting.  It comes just days after allegations taxpayers paid twice to reimburse Mayor Greg Davis for the same expenses.  Receipts make it look like it happened dozens of times.  Not everyone is buying […]

  • Davis Denies Double Payments

    FAST FACTS: Mayor Greg Davis denies receiving double-reimbursements Controversy surrounds receipts submitted to the state auditor and payments from Chamber of Commerce Alderman says review of actual payments is underway Scott.Noll@wreg.com (Southaven, MS) Southaven’s embattled mayor is on the defensive, again. This time, Mayor Greg Davis denies he’s double-dipping.  Instead, he says receipts showing the city and chamber of commerce reimbursed him for the same expenses were a mistake. Davis doesn’t deny some of the receipts could have turned up […]

  • Six MCS Schools to be Managed Through State Six MCS Schools to be Managed Through State

    (Memphis, TN 2/27/12) Six Memphis City Schools will either be taken over by the state, or be working side by side with charter schools. Up to this point, the state and MCS have co-managed four schools: Frayser High School, Hamilton High School, Northside High School and Raleigh Egypt Middle School. But today’s announcement focused on six elementary and middle schools, with the idea that starting when they’re young may mean a better chance for success. “To transform a high school, […]