Empriss Campbell joined the 10/11 and NBC Nebraska news team in May 2016 as a Content Producer/ Video Journalist.
Empriss is passionate about news, especially stories about people who are making changes in their neighborhoods.
Empriss received her B.S. from the University of Florida where she worked as a radio and television reporter. Later, she earned a M.S. from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. While there, Empriss enhanced her reporting and producing skills by working in the Chicago and Washington, D.C., news bureaus.
She began her journalism career in 2012 as a Multimedia Journalist at WBBJ-TV in Jackson, TN.
Empriss is from sunny Southwest Florida. When she is not producing or reporting the news she is usually channel surfing, reading a book or baking a new dessert.
The confirmed return of great white sharks to Cape Cod has rattled boaters and beachgoers. But the chances of an encounter involving a human are infinitesimally small.
Activists gathered for a gay Pride march in Istanbul Sunday in defiance of a ban imposed by the city, promising: "We are not afraid."
Gunfire was reported just before 9:30 a.m. in National City, California, leading to an 8-hour standoff.
The Pakistan oil tanker explosion killed at least 148 people, mostly onlookers or motorists who stopped and attempted to gather leaking fuel.
Two fugitives from Tennessee are on the run and said to be in New York state, authorities said.