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Two-time Emmy award winning journalist Jennifer Jordan joined WJW-TV FOX 8 News in January of 2012 as the noon Anchor and reporter for the evening newscasts.

Prior to joining FOX 8, Jennifer worked at WPIX-TV/CW11 as a freelance general assignment reporter.

She also was a fill-in anchor at the station.

In just a few months there, Jennifer reported on some of the biggest stories in the New York metropolitan area. Continuous breaking news coverage included the mid-air plane/tourist chopper collision over the Hudson River that made national headlines.

Jennifer was also the lead reporter on the deadly shooting of a Jersey City police officer and the attempted car bombing in Times Square.

Jennifer joined PIX News from WNYW/Fox 5 and WWOR-TV/My 9. While working for New York city's only duopoly, Jennifer worked as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor.

Jennifer traveled to New Orleans for the unveiling of the USS New York, naval ship built with steel from the World Trade Center. In an exclusive report, Jennifer also exposed security flaws at some of New York City's most prominent tourist attractions, including the Empire State building.

Jennifer was also lead reporter on the NYPD police shooting of an unarmed man killed by cops on what would have been his wedding day.
Before Fox & My 9, Jennifer was a Westchester correspondent and general assignment reporter for WCBS-TV also in New York. As part of the award winning team, Jennifer was nominated for two Emmy awards for the mass transit strike. Previously, Jennifer anchored the 10 pm newscasts at News 12 Westchester.

While there, she earned two Emmy Awards, one for On-Camera achievement.
The second for a multi-part, hard-hitting investigation titled, "Predator Next Door." Earlier, Jordan anchored the weekend newscasts at WFIE-TV in Evansville, Indiana. Prior to that, she was a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor for WBKO-TV in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Jennifer's career began as a field producer at WSOC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Jennifer is a graduate of Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina where she received B.S. in Broadcast Journalism.

She is also a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She was inducted into Peekskill High School's alumni Hall of Fame in 2003.

Jennifer has also received numerous community awards for her dedication to covering stories in her neighborhood and volunteering for a number of local charities.

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    Upping the excitement: Cleveland Air Show’s soaring return

    CLEVELAND– The Blue Angels gave Northeast Ohio a preview of what we can expect this Labor Day weekend, during a unique photo shoot with Cleveland’s city skyline serving as a backdrop Wednesday afternoon. Organizers of the 2014 Cleveland National Air Show are promising this year will be bigger and better than past years, with fans already fueling the excitement. Cleveland’s National Air Show Executive Director Chuck Newcomb said, “Ticket sales are up and calls and people. It’s really spectacular. People […]

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    Police: Man induces panic on school bus, shouts ‘Don’t shoot, this is not Missouri’

    NORTON, Ohio — A Navarre man who said he was a substitute teacher in Stark County has been arrested, accused of inducing panic on a school bus carrying several elementary school students. Police say it happened Wednesday afternoon, the second day of the new school year. Norton police said kids were getting onto the bus around 3:30 p.m. at Cornerstone Elementary School, when 67-year-old Kenneth E. Renner tried to walk onto one of the buses with his granddaughter. He said […]

  • Soulmate surgery: Couple married 70 years undergoes procedure together

    It’s a love story that spans more than seven decades. Now both in their 90s, a husband and wife are known to do nearly everything together. Now, they’ve undergone life-saving heart procedures on the same day at the Cleveland Clinic. *Watch Jennifer Jordan’s story above for more*

  • Mideast conflict hits home with huge protest

    BEACHWOOD, Ohio — “Stop killing children and peace in the Middle East.” Those are the chants from anti-Israeli protestors who began arriving outside the Jewish Federation of Cleveland offices in Beachwood Friday afternoon. Pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian supporters chanting on the opposite sides of the street; both sides trying to get their messages across. There were people, young and old, holding signs and waving flags, making their presence known on Science Park Drive. The negotiated cease-fire shattered in the Middle East […]

  • Gay Games registration extended as excitement builds

    CLEVELAND —  First the RNC, then LeBron and now another major institution is heading to Northeast Ohio. Opening ceremonies for the Gay Games 9 will be held at the Q on August 9. From open water swimming at Edgewater Beach to beach volleyball at Whiskey Island, the Gay Games is promising an Olympic feel, but with a Cleveland and Akron flair. The Gay Games is the largest LGBT sports and culture festival in the world. It’s been going on since […]

  • Tornado truth: Why are twisters hitting in certain parts of NE Ohio?

    Three tornadoes have touched down in Northeast Ohio in just the past several weeks. Will this be the norm for area residents, particularly in Medina County; or is it just a fluke? FOX 8’s Jennifer Jordan sat down with the experts for answers. Watch the video above for more. CLICK for more tornado coverage.

  • Wallet wonder: Man gets back item he lost 20 years ago

    ASHLAND, Ohio– Lost more than 20 years ago, a Northeast Ohio man thought he would never see his wallet, or what was inside it, again. With the help of some observant golf course employees and Facebook, this story has an outcome no one could have ever predicted. In 1994– then 24-year-old Kevin Gibson of Ashland– was fresh out of the military and was enrolled at Ashland University. While at the Brookside Golf Course in Ashland, he lost his wallet. “I […]

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    Wild ride: CLE Metroparks Zoo unveils new carousel

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is unveiling its latest attraction in less than 24 hours: the Circle of Wildlife Carousel. The carousel features 64 animals made out of wood. They were hand-carved by Mansfield’s Carousel Works, which makes carousels for facilities all around the world. Each animal figure on this carousel is grouped with others according to their natural environment. Most of the animals featured actually live inside the zoo. The carousel was part of a $3 million […]

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    Gloria Pointer’s Killer Sentenced 30 Years Later

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — A three judge panel on Friday accepted a plea agreement that would bring the decades old Gloria Pointer case to an end. Pointer was raped and killed on the east side of Cleveland on her way to school in 1984.  She was 14 at the time. Last May, a new look at old DNA evidence linked Hernandez Warren to the crime. As part of the agreement, Warren pleaded guilty to charges of aggravated murder and rape.  The […]

  • Hernandez Warren Pleads Guilty to Rape, Murder of Gloria Pointer

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Hernandez Warren has pleaded guilty to the murder and rape of 14-year-old Gloria Pointer. As part of a plea agreement, Hernandez pleaded guilty to charges of aggravated murder and rape in the case on Wednesday. He could serve 30 years to a life sentence on the murder charge and 10 to 25 years on the rape charge. He had been facing the death penalty. When asked in court how he felt and if he agreed to a […]

  • Partial Settlement Approved for Chardon Victims’ Families

    CHARDON, Ohio– A Geauga County probate judge has approved a partial settlement to be made to the families of the victims of the Chardon High School shooting. The families had fought to keep the settlement amount private, but a judge disagreed. The families of Demetrius Hewlin, 16; Russell King, Jr., 17; and Daniel Parmertor, 16, will each receive $889, 583.33 in the wrongful death case they filed against shooter T.J. Lane and his relatives. It was a Geauga County media […]

  • Water Woes: North Olmsted Residents Want Answers After Flooding

    Angry homeowners in North Olmsted are demanding answers from the city after floodwaters led to raw sewage backup on their properties. North Olmsted Mayor Kevin Kennedy’s office said it’s fielded more than 600 complaints since storms started on Monday. As for fixing the problem? Mayor Kennedy said, “The main way we can do that is with retention. We’ve done about 2-million gallons of retention already and we anticipated doing more over the next few years.” Hundreds of residents are gathered […]