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Carter Coyle is thrilled to be living in the Triad and has always loved North Carolina. She joins the FOX8 team from Augusta, Georgia where she reported and anchored at WRDW-TV for two years.

A Georgia bulldog through-and-through, Carter started her career as a journalist at the University of Georgia in Athens. There, she reported with Newsource 15 and WNEG-TV. She also traveled all over the U.S. with the American Le Mans Racing Series as a broadcast intern.

At UGA, Carter earned a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast News Journalism and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. She's always loved reading, writing and acting but finds herself most at home in the newsroom.

One of Carter's favorite memories is bungy jumping 216 meters from the world's highest jump, Bloukran's Bridge, during a service abroad trip to Cape Town, South Africa.

In 2011, Carter was honored with Georgia AP Award for Best Investigative Journalism after a series of reports about a juvenile who was brutally murdered in jail. She received the Georgia Association of Broadcasters Merit Award for Best Feature Story in recognition of a special report with legendary football coach Vince Dooley.

Carter loves digging up interesting news stories and hearing what viewers want to see on TV. Feel free to email her any time at Carter.Coyle@wghp.com.


Recent Articles
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    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — As Guilford County’s Departments of Public Health and Social Services consolidate into one entity, a new man is taking charge. Joe Raymond left his job as DSS director in Forsyth County to become director of Health and Human Services in Guilford County. After one week on the job, Raymond said he’s still meeting people in both departments and developing a strategy for the consolidation moving forward. “Everybody in the country knows sometimes access to services is […]

  • New guidelines may increase cost of child care for some NC families

    The cost of child care for Piedmont families could increase starting in October. Child care subsidies in the state are currently in place for some low and medium-income families. New guidelines would tighten those income requirements and separate the subsidy eligibility by age of the children. Current program eligibility (based on 75 percent of state median income): Family of 2 — $34,164 per year max income Family of 3 – $42,204 per year max Family of 4 – $50,244 per […]

  • Push for autism insurance continues

    The founder of Autism Speaks took time during his appearance on a national news program to discuss North Carolina Senator Phil Berger. At the end of his interview, Bob Wright asked the host to let him add one last mention concerning autism insurance. Wright pointed out, an autism insurance reform bill has passed the North Carolina House twice, but the Senate has yet to vote on it. It’s up to Senate leadership like President Pro Tempore Phil Berger to bring […]

  • Local organization questions McCrory’s stance on unaccompanied children

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Office of Refugee Resettlement reports 30,340 children who were not accompanied by a parent or guardian have been apprehended by immigration authorities in the United States this year and later placed with relatives or sponsors. 3.9 percent of those children so far were placed with relatives or sponsors in North Carolina. As of Tuesday, a total of 1,191 unaccompanied children were placed in North Carolina. Gov. Pat McCrory raised concerns this week about unaccompanied children in […]

  • Some Piedmont parents want autism insurance reform in NC

    JAMESTOWN, N.C. — Some Piedmont parents are disappointed a bill proposing autism insurance reform was never brought up for a vote in this year’s short session in the senate. Shea Capps’ son Holden was diagnosed with autism at age two. The treatment she’s told is best for him is called Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA therapy). “For him to get the therapy he needs, it would be anywhere from 40 to 60 thousand dollars a year, which we simply can’t afford,” […]

  • Customers affected by American Kitchen fiasco moving forward

    Some customers of American Kitchen are choosing to move forward with their renovations despite losing thousands of dollars to the company. Randy Wright and Theresa James said they simply could not sit around with an unfinished kitchen any longer. Even though they already paid for granite countertops as part of their $42,000 contract with American Kitchen, the counters were never installed. They decided to hire a new company to install granite countertops. “Even though it’s more of an expense for […]

  • Guilford County Schools moving forward with construction projects

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Guilford County Schools will move forward with at least four major construction projects. The system named nine priority school projects in April. County Commissioners and Board of Education members said it’s now time to hire construction managers for four projects. Julius Monk, executive director of GCS facilities, pointed out how important it is to fix leaky roofs and replace schools that have aged beyond repair. “We believe if you have a warm, bright, inviting, well-conditioned space […]

  • HondaJet fueling jobs in the Triad

    A major Piedmont employer unveiled its private jet to the public in Oshkosh, Wis. this morning. HondaJet leaders attended the EAA AirVenture Convention today, showing off what they call the “fastest, most fuel-efficient light jet in its class.” The research, production and testing of HondaJet fuels more than 1,000 jobs at Honda Aircraft Company’s 600,000 square foot facility in Greensboro near the airport. Executive director of PTI Airport Kevin Baker said today was certainly a milestone. He said the airport, […]

  • Dozens get their alternative certificates for teaching in Guilford County

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Thirty-three men and women received their alternative certificates for teaching in Guilford County Thursday afternoon.  They spent the last fifteen months in the GCS Alternative Certification Track program. They were PhD students or working in professional jobs not necesarily related to teaching. While most didn’t go to school specifically for education, many have always had the itch to teach.  Brittany Smith was a DNA lab technician and later, a stay-at-home mom. She decided teaching would be a great […]

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    DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — The man police say was at the center of a standoff in Thomasville Tuesday appeared in court today for his first appearance. Rakeem Leverett, 22, of Lexington, is accused of multiple charges in Mecklenburg and Davidson counties involving the same woman during separate dramatic domestic incidents. Officers issued warrants for Leverett in Charlotte and said he was the man caught on tape clinging to the back of a white car on Interstate 77 after punching through […]

  • Multi-million dollar expansion at the Greensboro Science Center

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Greensboro Science Center is renovating the indoor museum and doubling its outdoor zoo, all combined with new technology and interactive elements for families. The nonprofit hit record attendance last year with more than 430,000 visitors. Executive Director Glenn Dobrogosz hopes they’ll reach half a million this year. Monday, he shared plans for future stages of growth at the Science Center. “Sciquarium was under construction and we were exhausted from that! But you have no choice. You have to […]

  • Dan River will need to be monitored for years

    Duke Energy finished its cleanup in the Dan River for now, but environmentalists point out there are still thousands of tons of coal ash settled in the river bed. “What’s happening is that coal ash is getting layered underneath sediment, thinning out, and settling in,” explained Jenny Edwards, with the Dan River Basin Association. She and other river experts FOX8 talked to Thursday believe about 10 percent of the coal ash spilled in February has now been removed. “We would like to […]

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