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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!


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    Baby born size of cell phone in W-S fights to survive

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — It’s a picture that’s hard to forget. Baby Adilynn Renee was born premature. She weighed less than a pound and was about the size of your cell phone. “I never imagined her to be that small, it took me by surprise,” said Chelsea Gregory, Adilynn’s mom. “It really scared me. I was like, how is she going to make it?” Adilynn is now four months old. She weighs four pounds, but the little girl is in serious trouble. Last month, […]

  • Stokes Co. assistant principal in South Africa raises concerns over Ebola

    STOKES COUNTY, N.C. — A middle school employee isn’t going to be allowed back at school as soon as she returns from her missionary trip. The assistant principal at Chestnut Grove Middle School is in South Africa for two weeks. Parents and school board members are worried about the possibility of Ebola. “No, I do not think she should have gone on that trip. I think it was a bad mistake, an unwise choice,” explains Amos Elvis, who has family […]

  • Kate Beckinsale filming in Greensboro next week

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Downtown Greensboro is getting ready for the spotlight.  “The Disappointments Room” starring Kate Beckinsale will be filming on South Elm Street next week. Crews have transformed the facade of two buildings to look like Brooklyn, N.Y. One of the buildings was the old Porter Drug Store.  Sandy Higgs is part of the crew in charge of watching over the set. “I’m guarding the place and making sure no one graffiti it or messes with any of the […]

  • Movie takes over South Elm Street

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Downtown Greensboro is getting ready for the spotlight. A movie starring Kate Beckinsale will be filming on South Elm Street next week. Crews have transformed the facade of two buildings to look like Brooklyn, New York. One of the buildings was the old Porter Drug Store. Sandy Higgs is part of the crew in charge of watching over the set. “I’m guarding the place and making sure no one graffiti it or messes with any of the […]

  • Flu survivor Thomasville Councilman Scott Styers warns of flu

    THOMASVILLE, N.C. — A Thomasville man knows all too well just how dangerous the flu can be. He lived through it. “The easiest lesson you can learn in life is to find out the easy way from someone else who had to learn the hard way,” said Thomasville City Councilman Scott Styers, a flu survivor. Styers started feeling a little sick last New Year’s Eve. Styers said he was coughing a bit and had a slight fever. “[I] thought I […]

  • Reidsville family speaks out about murder victim found in Clemmons backyard

    REIDSVILLE, N.C. — Five years is a long time, especially when you are missing someone. Tommy Welch disappeared Oct. 3, 2009. That night the plan was to have family night. “We gave hugs [and said] we will be back later and we will watch a movie, get us some pizza, once kids went to bed — that was our plan,” said Carrie Price, Tommy Welch’s sister-in-law. Price and her husband left Tommy and his mom at their Clemmons home. A […]

  • Stokes Co. school employee’s mission trip causes Ebola concern

    KING, N.C. — A middle school employee’s mission trip has a lot of staff and parents worried about Ebola. The assistant principal at Chestnut Grove Middle School left Monday for South Africa for two weeks. “I wouldn’t say it’s a mistake that’s her personal preference but I just don’t want my kid to take the repercussions to her decisions,” explains Vanessa Loudin, a Chestnut Grove parent. The Ebola outbreak is in West Africa. About 3,000 miles separate West Africa and […]

  • Man sleeping on porches in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Some homeowners in Greensboro have an unwanted guest sleeping over on their front porches. A community watch alert was sent out to homeowners near the Old Starmount Community about Larry Lee. Greensboro Police believe Lee is going around the neighborhood sleeping on front porches. “We just don’t want him in our neighborhood and I’m sure no one else wants him in their neighborhood,” explains Arnold Carswell, who lives on Rolling Road. The community watch alert said that […]

  • Two local shelters struggling to stay open

    Two local shelters tell FOX8 they are close to closing their doors because of dwindling funds. Pastor Jeff Looney founded the Asheboro Shelter of Hope in 2010 with his wife Angie. It is funded mostly by their church, Totally Committed Ministries. Since the shelter opened, volunteers have helped give beds, meals and showers to 600 men who are homeless, many unemployed. Pastor Looney says men who are unemployed can stay for 60 days. “We strongly encourage them to go out […]

  • Investigation underway after men approach UNCG students

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Some college students are on edge about the latest case UNCG police are investigating. On Tuesday evening around 8:30 UNCG police got a call from a student reporting a situation that made her feel uncomfortable. The student claims while she was outside of Jefferson Suites a man approached her about sampling perfume. The student told police she said no and that’s when another alleged salesman pulled up in a car alongside her. “They started following me and […]

  • 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. […]

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