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From the Rocky Mountains to the Appalachian Mountains, Lindsey Eaton is happy to land in the Piedmont Triad at FOX8.

Lindsey graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. Before coming to North Carolina, Lindsey anchored and reported in Grand Junction, Colorado. During her time in Grand Junction, Lindsey busted a massage parlor soliciting prostitution during an undercover investigation.

A native mid-western, Lindsey remains a loyal Chicago White Sox fan and is anxious to see what people in North Carolina call "cold." In her free time, Lindsey enjoys being active and has a passion for adventure. Some of her favorite activities include teaching fitness classes, running half-marathons and skydiving.

Lindsey's favorite part of her job is meeting new people, so if you see her out and about, stop and say hello!


Recent Articles
  • Realtors make security changes after Arkansas murder

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Despite nearly 800 miles separating Little Rock, Ark., from Greensboro, the case involving murdered real estate agent Beverly Carter is hitting close to home for some local Realtors. Carter was allegedly kidnapped and murdered while out showing a home. “Typically being a Realtor, you don’t really think about it being a super scary job,” explains Kriston Gallop Ashley, Realtor with 360 Realty. Since the tragedy involving Carter, Ashley has made some changes to how she does […]

  • Plans for ‘International Restaurant Row’ in Guilford Co.

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Some city leaders are pushing for a stretch of High Point Road to be designated as “International Restaurant Row.” There are more than 70 restaurants representing nearly 20 different countries on the five mile drive. “You can go to this place and try Mexican food; across the street you can try Japanese,” explains Crystal Tapia, with Los Gordos Mexican restaurant. The three mile portion goes from the Greensboro Coliseum to Groometown Road which is near Interstate 40. […]

  • Steven Wayne Lisenby, 39, of Asheboro

    Asheboro man accused of making child porn

    ASHEBORO, N.C. — Randolph County investigators are dealing with three new child pornography cases each week on average this year. The latest child pornography investigation is a first for detectives in Randolph County’s Crimes against Children Task Force. Investigators say Steven Wayne Lisenby, 39, of Asheboro, was making child pornography himself. “This is the first time we actually had production, someone that actually produced some of it,” said Captain Tony King, with Randolph County’s Internet Crimes against Children Task Force. […]

  • New program at UNCG aimed at stopping sexual assaults

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — A new program at UNC Greensboro is aimed at stopping sexual assaults and unhealthy relationships. BRAVE was designed over the summer and students, faculty and staff are currently being trained. BRAVE stands for “building responsible advocates for violence education.” “This is not going to happen at UNCG and we are going to stop it in whatever way we can,” explains Jenn Hamilton, UNCG sexual violence advocate. Instead of just focusing on the people directly involved in the […]

  • Evening thunderstorms leave damage in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Tuesday’s storm rolled through hitting the northwestern part of Greensboro. Trees and power lines were torn down all along Horse Pen Creek Road. Bobby Greene had only been home for about 20 minutes before his home was in the storm’s path. “I just heard a loud crash and a flash of light and it was like ‘whoa,’ and I heard the tree fall and saw it fall in front of the house,” explains Greene. A massive tree […]

  • Bears spotted recently around Rockingham Co. homes

    ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. — In the past month, there have been three reported bear sightings in Rockingham County. One was at Sarah McClintock’s home in Madison. This past weekend, McClintock spotted a bear three times around her home. She isn’t sure if it’s the same bear or if there’s more than one bear roaming around. The first time McClintock saw the black bear was Friday around lunch time. “He came up over the edge of the deck I saw his […]

  • Baby born the size of cell phone in W-S making progress

    FORSYTH COUNTY, N.C. — Adilynn Renee is tiny but she’s a fighter. She was born four months early and weighed less than a pound. “[She] wasn’t even supposed to live, so we sat here the whole time thinking she was going to die,” explains Matthew Reynolds, Adilynn’s dad. Adilynn is one of the tiniest babies ever born at Forsyth Medical Center. “She has definitely gone against the odds for someone her age. She, in many places, wouldn’t make it but […]

  • Thomasville couple adopts through Facebook

    THOMASVILLE, N.C. — Fate and Facebook brought two families together. Brad and Love Hulin knew they wanted to be parents but they weren’t able to have kids. The Thomasville couple worked with an adoption agency for more than a year and didn’t have much luck. Then, the Hulin’s started a Facebook page, Brad and Love’s Adoption Journey. “It only takes one person sharing it for the right person to see,” explains Love Hulin. Two months after posting the Facebook page […]

  • Signs and dangers of domestic abuse

    The latest high profile domestic violence crime involving former NFL’s Ray Rice and his then-fiancé is reminding the public just how dangerous the situation can be. Since 2002, there have been more than 930 people killed in domestic related incidents in North Carolina. Greensboro Police investigated 11 deaths just last year. Marva Edwards is a domestic abuse survivor. She says her abuser was her ex-husband, who was also her pastor. “Once you’ve experienced being hit especially, then you already know […]

  • Two Syrian refugee families coming to the Triad next week

    Two Syrian refugee families are coming to the Triad next week. World Relief of High Point received the notification from the Department of State. “These are the first ones to come through since the war started,” explains Andrew Timbie, with World Relief, High Point. The ongoing civil war in Syria has killed more than 100,000 and left millions homeless. There are approximately 3 million registered Syrian refugees living in camps outside of Syria and another 6.5 million still living in […]

  • Stacy Setliff

    Reidsville booster club volunteer arrested for sexual activity with students

    REIDSVILLE, N.C. — A booster club volunteer was arrested for sexual activity involving two high school athletes. 43-year-old Stacy Setliff turned herself into Reidsville Police Wednesday afternoon. Recently officials at Reidsville High School heard allegations about Setliff’s relationship with a student. The allegations were similar to a tip the Reidsville Police Department was investigating. “On Aug. 25, we received a Crimestoppers report alleging that a female Stacy Setliff, which is a volunteer at the high school, was having oral sex […]

  • Randleman Middle School baseball coach killed over Labor Day weekend

    RANDLEMAN, N.C. — A middle school baseball coach was killed over Labor Day weekend while celebrating a friend’s bachelor party in Folly Beach, S.C. Authorities say 29-year-old Justin Plumlee was walking home with another groomsman when 31-year-old Andrew Lanzaro hit the two and kept driving. Plumlee died at the hospital. Plumlee coached baseball at Randleman Middle School the past three years. “He always had a thing about working hard. If you work hard it’ll pay off in the game; he was […]

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