Contact: Katie.Nordeen@wghp.com

Katie Nordeen joined the FOX8 Evening News as an anchor in January 2013. After being an early riser for more than a year (her alarm went off at 1:30AM!), Katie is excited to work on “this side of the clock.”

Katie came to FOX8 as a general assignment reporter in June 2010 before joining the morning team as an anchor in September 2011.

Katie got her start in Duluth, MN as an anchor and reporter. During her time there, Katie received a Regional Broadcast Emmy for her work as the weekend anchor. Katie also spent time in Boulder, Colo. where she studied Broadcast Journalism at the University of Colorado-Boulder.

After a lifetime of cold summers and harsh winters, Katie is happy to call the Piedmont “home.” In fact, it didn’t take long for her to fall in love with the area, the traditions and the people.

Katie comes from a large and close-knit family. It just so happens one of her siblings lives right down the road in Chapel Hill.

Katie is very active in Special Olympics and is honored to be on the Special Olympics North Carolina Board of Directors. Katie’s passion is inspired by her niece Eleanor who has special needs.

When she’s not working, Katie enjoys shopping, reading, running, and spending time outdoors. Twice a month, you’ll find Katie volunteering in Ms. Anne’s class at the Children’s Center. Thanks to the Morning Team’s efforts with Share the Harvest, Katie also discovered her passion for gardening. Her not-so-guilty pleasure is watching Reality TV.

Katie is the proud mom to two four-legged babies: Louie the Dog and Gail the Cat. Louie became an instant celebrity in November 2011 when he was featured in a series called “How to Train Your Dog.” Naughty but lovable, Louie keeps Katie very busy! More recently, Katie became mom to a human baby, too: Hattie!


Recent Articles
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    RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — There’s something special about Hanna Lambert: her big heart, her strong faith, that contagious smile. But it’s on stage where Hanna is happiest. “I don’t know where it comes from. She transforms into something different,” said Belinda Lambert, Hanna’s mom. “She just loves it.” For the eight years Hanna danced, the steps came naturally and she has the trophies to prove it. But over the past year and a half, things started to change. An art […]

  • Non-profit provides resources to get people back on their feet

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — The Welfare Reform Liaison Project helps hundreds of people in Guilford County get back on their feet each year. But, it wasn’t all that long ago that the WRLP went through a major transition and needed some help of its own. Adult students come to WRLP for training, certifications, help finding a job and other resources like access to a low-cost store. “We take people who are at poverty and below and we remake them, re-tool […]

  • Project helps hundreds of Guilford County residents get back on their feet

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. – The Welfare Reform Liaison Project (WRLP) helps hundreds of people in Guilford County get back on their feet each year. But it wasn’t all that long ago that the WRLP went through a major transition and needed some help of its own. Adult students come to WRLP for training, certifications, help finding a job and other resources like access to a low-cost store. “We take people who are at poverty and below and we remake them, […]

  • Harry C. Morgan Scholarship helps engineering students reach their goals

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — “My dad was born in 1906. He went to school through the 8th grade, had to quit to go get a job in the steel mill up in Pennsylvania, so he worked all that time and never had an opportunity to do things for other people,” said Dave Morgan. But today, nearly 20 years after his death, Harry C. Morgan is giving back in a big way. His son Dave — an independent contractor– created a scholarship through […]

  • Center in Winston-Salem helps children with autism

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — For Shea Crutchfield and her 15-year-old son Spencer, ABC of NC in Winston-Salem is home. The non-profit provides diagnostic, therapeutic and educational services to about 350 children with autism and their families each year. In June, ABC broke ground on a 26,000-square foot clinic, which will reduce wait times for families and expand services. Executive director Selene Johnson says ABC of NC is the Triad’s only comprehensive autism services provider and reaches children and young adults in […]

  • Woman creates Kombucha through community kitchen in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Maggie Infield has been making a fermented tea called Kombucha for about two years. Hooked on its health benefits and bubbly taste, she had more tea than she could drink. So, the stay-at-home mom started giving some away. “My family was drinking it and friends were drinking it and saying you should sell that,” she said. “But you know, I didn’t have a place like this kitchen to make this product.” That is, until now. Infield is […]

  • High Point organization helps feed families

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — After 23 years, Helping Hands of High Point runs like a well-oiled machine. Four times a week, volunteers assemble boxes full of food. Helping Hands Executive Director John Langdon has been with the organization from the beginning when it all started in a small room. “The need kept growing as the city los jobs, textile, and furniture, and there was a need we just continued to try and meet that need,” he said. And the High […]

  • Student earns valuable experience at Winston-Salem nonprofit

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Elon University student Daniela Ceron is on summer vacation, but that doesn’t mean she’s not learning. The strategic communications and religious studies double major has an internship at the Kaleideum in Winston-Salem. “I’ve been learning a lot about my community in general, how nonprofits work and the role they play in the larger scheme of things,” she says. Daniela collects stories from visitors to share with the public and encourages more people to visit. Elizabeth Marsh with […]

  • Cove Creek Gardens in Greensboro helps students get hands-on

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Nestled beneath the trees on Summit Avenue, north of downtown Greensboro, is a park you might have never even known existed. Cove Creek Gardens promotes the art of horticulture and demonstrates the conservation of native plants and water. Acting co-director Julia Blizin has been a life-long gardener and says education is another huge component of the garden. Thanks to a partnership with UNCG and North Carolina A&T, students get valuable experience they couldn’t get in a classroom. Students […]

  • J. Howard Coble Scholarship gets student one step closer to reaching his goals

    THOMASVILLE, N.C. — Chase Fisher has big dreams for the future. “Once I get my civil engineering degree, my end goal is to open my own civil engineering practice one day and be a professional engineer,” he said. The Ledford High School graduate is headed to N.C. State in the fall — and thanks to the J. Howard Coble Scholarship, he’s one step closer to reaching his goals. The scholarship is named after the late Congressman Howard Coble, a longtime beloved […]

  • Forsyth County teens get young people engaged in giving back to the community

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — All of the students at the Theta Award Ceremony at Mount Tabor High School are passionate about theatre. They participated in theatre programs in Forsyth County and for the second year in a row, the Theta Program got money from Youth Grantmakers in Action of the Winston-Salem Foundation to help make the awards a success. The group of 15- to 18-year-olds, including Jaylen Jeffreys, carefully interview, select and award grants to youth-directed projects, just like the Theta […]

  • ArtsGreensboro hosts outdoor concert series

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — For the next nine Saturdays, Barber Park in Greensboro will come alive with the sights and sounds of the Levitt Concert Series. Jackie Jeffries is one of the many people who attended opening night.   “I think it’s awesome. Particularly free concerts bring people out,” she said. “There are lots of music lovers here and it’s just an opportunity to get the community out together to have a good time!” The free concert series is back for […]