Reporter, FOX13 News
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Lynn Lampkin joined FOX13 Memphis in October, 2010.
The Clarksdale, Mississippi native comes to us from Greenville, Mississippi where she worked as Weekend Anchor.
Before Greenville, Lynn worked as a reporter at the Fox affiliate in Jackson, Mississippi.
also freelanced at the ABC affiliate while there.
tenure in the Capitol City, Lynn
covered everything from state budget battles, to city council and the police department.
investigation into the early release of non-violent state prisoners due to overcrowding revealed that over 100 Mississippi prisoners that were being considered for early release had been convicted of violent crimes.
Lynn's most memorable stories include the 2008 Presidential Debate at Ole Miss, the federal court case of late Jackson Mayor Frank E. Melton, the ribbon cutting ceremony of the B.B. King museum in Indianola, and flooding devastation in Vicksburg.
Warren County Sheriff Martin Pace and one of his
deputies escorted my photographer and I," Lampkin
Lynn received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Mississippi.
In 2006, she
returned to her
alma mater to obtain her
Master of Arts degree in Journalism with an emphasis in Southern Studies.
graduate studies also led her
to Paris, France where she
creative writing skills.
completed a thesis documentary on the Blues and Clarksdale.
She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, the National Association of REALTORS, and the Georgia Association of REALTORS.