With a quick wit, an eye for colorful story-telling and an endearing personality, Jordan brings an infectious sense of adventure to all her work.

Whitley has been the Fox 5 Sports Anchor/Report since 2013. Prior to that, the University of Alabama grad spent time in Eugene, Oregon as the College Sports Insider for Comcast Sports Northwest, covering the Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers.

The Auburn, Alabama native also works with ESPN and Fox Sports as a sideline reporter for their action sports coverage, including X Games, Red Bull X-Fighters and Monster Energy Supercross.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and new baby boy near their home in North County.


Recent Articles
  • Skydivers to compete in artistic falling world championships

    A group of North County skydivers are heading to Europe next month to compete for a shot at the world title in "artistic falling."

  • SDSU baseball player hasn’t let cancer stop him

    One of the newest members of the San Diego State Aztecs baseball team doesn't plan on letting his recent cancer diagnosis stop him from supporting his team.

  • Group swims from IB to Tijuana to raise awareness of immigration issues

    On the morning of Cinco de Mayo, twelve of the world’s best open water swimmers from five countries will swim from Imperial Beach to the shores of Tijuana to raise awareness of human rights, more specifically immigration rights.

  • San Diego’s faithful Charger fans gather for NFL draft party

    The Los Angeles Chargers held their official 2017 NFL draft party in Anaheim, while some of the fans they left behind gathered at Cali Comfort BBQ in Spring Valley.

  • Chargers fans set fire to memorabilia outside team headquarters

    SAN DIEGO — Upset Chargers fans set fire to a pile of memorabilia Thursday night outside the team headquarters in Costa Mesa following owner Dean Spanos’ announcement the Bolts will be relocating to Los Angeles. People started gathering at Chargers Park in the early morning to bring their once-beloved gear, newspaper clippings and other items. The pile started with a single jersey and continued to steadily grow throughout the day. At one point in the afternoon, someone also set fire to […]

  • Chargers headquarters egged after report team will announce move to LA

    SAN DIEGO – After ESPN reported that the San Diego Chargers plan to announce as early as Thursday they are moving to Los Angeles, a few fans gathered at Chargers Park in Murphy Canyon, where one person threw eggs at the front doors of the team headquarters. The person left before police arrived on the scene and a police report was filed. Security ordered people to leave the premises. Police officers told FOX 5 they will be at the headquarters […]

  • Local golf pro dedicated to helping San Diegans with disabilities

    SAN DIEGO – For over four decades, PGA pro John Klein has made sure men and women with disabilities can share in the sport that has brought him so much joy over the years through a program called Project Fore. Klein is currently trying to raise funds to refurbish the program’s adaptive golf cart as well as purchase a stand up cart so that more people can join his program. To help visit this GoFundMe.   

  • Kickball event honors football player’s legacy, raises money for another athlete in need

    ALPINE, Calif. – A community came together Sunday to honor the legacy of a football player who lost his battle with cancer while supporting another local athlete fighting a similar cause. In Lyonhearted fashion, over 500 people joined in to celebrate the memory of Christian High football player Jason Lyon, who passed away from a rare form of cancer. For the first time, the community played in a kickball tournament in Harbison Canyon Sunday to raise funds for pediatric brain […]

  • 8-year-old girl is taking wrestling world by storm

    EL CAJON, Calif. – An 8-year-old girl from El Cajon has taken San Diego wrestling world by storm. Lillian Kohler has a mean double leg, ferocious knee knock and a single mission. In her two years competing, Kohler has 40 wins with 14 pins. All but one of those wins were against boys. “I just want to wrestle and that’s all I do,” Kohler said. The third grader’s father Charlie is a former fighter and owns San Diego Fight Club, so […]

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