Jessica Noll is an investigative digital producer and journalist at 11Alive.com, taking you inside the story, focusing on crime and justice. She tells hard news stories with heart, truth and accuracy--thinking outside the box to tell the story in the best, most creative, informative ways possible.
She is an Emmy-nominated multimedia journalist and storyteller, with a bachelor’s degree in English from Wright State University, a master's degree in journalism from Columbia College Chicago and 15 years of newspaper, magazine, TV and digital news experience.
While a reporter and digital producer at The Kentucky Post (KyPost.com) she produced three award-winning live, courtroom blogs for three murder trials, as well as followed the stories of several homeless staying at a shelter for her "Voices from the Cold" project.
Noll has appeared on MSNBC, CNN, HLN and Fox News for her investigative reports while reporting for KyPost.com and WCPO-TV, the ABC affiliate in Cincinnati, as a TV reporter.
Before arriving in Atlanta to join 11Alive’s digital team, she was part of the inaugural digital staff at WCPO Insider, a multiple Edward R. Murrow-winning website featuring in-depth, enterprise, investigative and analytical stories, videos and multimedia, where she produced the investigative piece, Exit 34, about a police officer’s unsolved death. As a digital journalist, she covered the heroin crisis in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati for more than two years and created an award-winning black and white photography series called In Focus, aimed to strip away society’s label, and bring their voice into focus.
A Cincinnati native and Reds fan, Noll has worked at various news outlets in Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Chicago and Dayton.
When she’s not digging deep into her latest story, she is exploring the south and hiking up her new favorite mountain side in Georgia with her husband and pups—taking loads of photos.
Connect with Jessica on Twitter: @JNJournalist or on Facebook. Send story tips to her at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call, text: (404) 664-3634.
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