Jacki Jing is the co-anchor for Good Morning New Orleans.

She joined the WGNO team in December of 2014.

Jacki was raised in Centennial, Colorado and graduated from Grandview High School. She received a full-ride sports scholarship to the State University of New York in Binghamton for volleyball and graduated magna cum laude with degrees in political Science and English.

Jacki reported and anchored for stations in Denver, Colorado, Cincinnati, Ohio, Binghamton, New York and Springfield, Massachusetts.

She has covered a wide range of stories, reporting live for FOX News following the mass shooting at Binghamton’s American Civic Association. She also reported on the deadly tornadoes that ripped through Western Massachusetts. She also won an AP Award for her coverage of the Basketball Hall of Fame Ceremony in 2010.

During her free time, Jacqueline likes to read and write, make music with her new synthesizer and play volleyball.


Recent Articles
  • The Oscars, Ice Bucket Challenge raise awareness about ALS

    Remember the ice bucket challenge? Everyone was doing it! Even WGNO's Anne Cutler and Hank Allen participated. But the viral sensation did much more than fill up our news feeds.

  • Massive back up on I-10 EB at Veterans now cleared

    NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) –  All lanes open now, but a huge pile up reported on I-10 EB at Veterans on Thursday morning. Two lanes shut down. Congestion extended to I-310. Speeds were under 10 mph for most of that stretch.

  • ‘Other Bad Acts’ filing: Main discussion at Dave Peralta’s sexual battery case hearing

    Embattled Saint Bernard Parish President Dave Peralta was in court again Wednesday for his sexual battery case involving his ex-wife, Sharon Schaefer.

  • BE2T hopes to inspire young black men to be teachers

    Larry Irvin Junior helped start up Brothers Empowered to Teach, a program that hopes to inspire young black men to become teachers in New Orleans.

  • Castle’s fictional crime-solving novelist authors actual mystery books?

    NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – Castle fans know that the TV show is about a crime-solving mystery novelist. But did you know there are actual books by “Richard Castle” out in bookstores? And we’re not talking about one or two promotional books. At least 10 have been written! But the real mystery here, who’s the real author? WGNO Anchor Jacki Jing went to Tubby & Coos bookstore in Mid-City to investigate. But Owner Candice Huber seemed just as clueless as us! “No […]

  • Celebrate the Lunar New Year in New Orleans this weekend

    NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – The schedule of TET 2015 Celebration at Mary Queen of Vietnam Church: Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 New Year’s Eve in Church at 9:00 PM Thursday, February 19th, 2015, Community New Year’s Mass at 6:30AM and 6:00PM Friday, February 20th, 2015 at 6:00PM, Parish TET Festival celebration begins with the grand opening ceremony, the fireworks, and the lion dance. The live entertainment will includes singers from all over the country, live music, shows, and comedian throughout the […]

  • Crime-solving novelists? Jefferson Parish Sheriff analyzes ABC’s ‘Castle’

    NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – ABC’s ‘Castle’ is not your typical crime show. A homicide detective working with a popular mystery writer to bring down crooks… It may sound strange, even far-fetched, but we spoke with Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand — and he says, it’s not outside the realm of possibility. On the show, famous mystery novelist Richard Castle – played by Nathan Fillion – helps solve mysteries with NYPD Homicide Detective Kate Beckett, played by Stana Katic. But c’mon […]

  • Art program helps Veterans heal

    LULING (WGNO) – Veterans Housing Outreach Ministries which houses, feed, clothe and provide job readiness to homeless, disabled, female veterans has extended its Homeless Veterans Art Show and Exhibition for the entire month of February. Due to the high demand from the public, visitors can come to view the variety of rich artwork.   Over 150 pieces of artwork line  the walls, bookcases and tabletops of the St.Charles Parish Westbank Regional Library located at 105 Lakewood Drive, Luling, La. 70070   Nearly one dozen local artist […]

  • How to fall in love! Lessons learned from the Bachelor

    Valentine's Day makes a lot of single people wonder, "How do you find love?" Well, we spoke with a love expert about the do's and don'ts of dating. And what better way to decipher that then scrutinize the behavior seen on ABC's The Bachelor.

  • Heart healthy snacks for Valentine’s Day

    NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – For Valentine’s Day, how about serving up some treats that will melt your love’s heart and keep it healthy! Click the video to get some heart healthy suggestions from Michael Pitts from Touro and Chip Turner, the district director of the Winn-Dixie on the North Shore.

  • New Orleans Saints OTA

    Judge decides medical evaluation necessary for Tom Benson

    Very passionate, emotional arguments from both sides Tuesday as lawyers from Tom Benson and his daughter appeared in Orleans Parish Civil District Court.

  • NOPD Officers Are Seeing a Spike in Arrests of Fellow Officers

    NOPD chief asks for reduced education requirements for applicants

    Monday, Superintendent Michael Harrison asked the City Civil Service Commission to get rid of an education requirement, hoping that will get more people to apply to be in the NOPD.

Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.