Camille Connor

Camille Connor

Multimedia Journalist

Memphis, TN

Camille Connor is a morning reporter for WMC Action News 5.

Before joining the WMC team, she was a reporter and fill-in anchor for KAUZ in Wichita Falls, Texas. During her years in Wichita Falls, Camille covered the 2018 Texas senate race between former United States Representative Beto O'Rourke (D-TX) and current United States Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX).

Camille also informed the Wichita Falls community about local politics, changes happening in their schools, and economic development. She also reported on the impact of vaping on teens as a part of a special broadcast between news stations across Texas.

Camille is originally from Dallas, Texas. She graduated from The University of Texas at Arlington with a B.A. in Broadcast Communication. While in college, she interned at NBC5 in Dallas-Ft. Worth where she worked with the Consumer Responds reporter team.

In her free time, Camille enjoys watching the latest Netflix series, checking out new restaurants, going to plays, or spending time with loved ones (including her cat Posie).

If you have a news tip, or even want to suggest places in Memphis to visit, she'd love to hear from you!

Watch Camille on WMC Action News 5 weekday mornings from 4:30 to 7 a.m.

Recent Articles by Camille

  Vernon residents share about their day in the snow

  Australian MSU Texas student shares story of wildfires

  How worried should Texans be about the Coronavirus

  New transportation facility will help rural areas

  WFPD talks police shortage

  Road to Recovery: survivors of Quanah auto shop explosion share their story

  LEC project on track and still within budget

  MSU students learn about study abroad program

  WFPD warns residents about fraud the city

  How digital marketing is helping local businesses grow

  WFISD School Board narrows down architects for new buildings

  Texas oil & gas industry breaks records for 2019 fiscal year

  Drought conditions in Texoma

  The impact that closing schools has had on the Wichita Falls community

  WF-WC Public Health District director speaks on first vaping-related death in the county

  Olney residents want Hwy. 79 speed limit lowered due to recent wrecks

  Porch pirate asks family for forgiveness years later

  Can swings in temperature cause you to get sick?

  i.d.e.a. WF winners are putting prizes to good use

  Miracle League needs donations for field improvements

  Why the WF Chamber is encouraging businesses to hire interns

  Is your New Year’s Resolution still holding up?

  MSU student captures aftermath of Australian fires

  Giving back to Texoma non-profits

  U.S. Senate candidate Mark Yancey visits Wichita Falls

  Young Burkburnett girl sells crafts and donates proceeds

  “Everyone Counts”: Wichita Falls census task force prepares for 2020

WFISD approves plan to help disadvantaged schools

  BBB releases a study that shows rental scams on the rise

  WFISD School Board lays foundations for two bond elections