Markova Reed, WREG News Channel 3

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Past articles by Markova:

Southaven baker helps make birthdays special for local students

Meet the local baker who is making birthdays sweet for children in need. → Read More

Bright Spot: Locals welcome refugees through World Relief Memphis

In Memphis, a huge part of resettlement for immigrant families is being connected with "good neighbor teams" through World Relief. → Read More

Bright Spot: The FedEx Family House expanding to help more families

Since opening in 2010, 160,000 families have been welcomed to the Fedex Family House. The house has 26 rooms but it's nearly tripling in size. → Read More

Kemba Smith Pradia shares her story to inspire others to get on the right track

Kemba Smith Pradia's story has been told by the national media on television and in magazines. Recently young people in Memphis got a change to hear her story first hand. → Read More

Helping immigrants learn English is the mission of the Connect Language Center

Right now about 80 students from 17 different countries are learning English here at the Connect Learning Center. → Read More

Bright Spot: East Junior High’s Love Pantry

Body wash, toothpaste and shampoo are probably not the first things on your back to school shopping list, but providing these everyday essentials is a struggle for many families. → Read More

Bright Spot: Southern Heritage Classic brings big fun to Bluff City

The Southern Heritage Classic weekend is Sept. 6-8. → Read More

Bright Spot: Meet Job the Comfort Dog

Meet the happy pup who's bringing smiles to people here in Memphis and around the nation. → Read More

Bright Spot: Local man inspires others to conquer health goals

Michael Thomas has turned his health around and is inspiring others to do the same. → Read More

Bright Spot: The Kids Bowl Free program

In this week's Bright Spot, learn about a program that's offering free bowling to Mid-South children this summer. → Read More

Bright Spot: Mid-South twins start their own book club to help others

Peighton and Bryson Johnson are two energetic nine year olds who are sharing their love for reading. → Read More

Bright Spot: Connecting Memphis one interview at a time

Men and women, young and old, boys and girls. They're all different races, ethnicities and ages. Cindy McMillion wanted to talk to them all. → Read More

Bright Spot: Local church, Red Robins partner to provide meals for children

Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church and Red Robins also providing free nutritious meals to kids in need. → Read More

Bright Spot: The Denise Lasalle Blues Academy

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — For five decades Denise Lasalle captured audiences with her spicy lyrics and live stage performances. → Read More

Elite Level Prep founder works to educate young athletes

In this week's Bright Spot, meet the founder of Elite Level Prep who is working to make a difference in young athletes' lives. → Read More

Bright Spot: The Alpha Memphis Urban Forest and Community Garden

It's one thing to talk about blight in a neighborhood. It's another to move into the neighborhood to change it. → Read More

Bright Spot: Local senior goes above and beyond to help others achieve success

In this week's Bright Spot, meet one student who goes above and beyond to help other students score big on the ACT. → Read More

Bright Spot: The Tennessee Virtual Academy

WREG's Markova Reed introduces you to another educational option for families that could help your child succeed. → Read More

Bright Spot: Dr. Gina Stewart

After two decades of ministry, Dr. Gina Stewart is now receiving recognition for her work from a prestigious group. → Read More

Bright Spot: Memphis Rox

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — It's the next big thing in Soulsville. → Read More