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Cindy Farmer began her career at WSLS in Roanoke, Virginia and moved to Greensboro in 1990 to work at WFMY. After the birth of her first child, Cindy made a career choice to join the FOX8 Morning News. In February of 2012... she celebrated 15 years with FOX 8 News.

Cindy is very involved in the community. She is a Girl Scout leader with the Peaks to Piedmont Girl Scout Council. Her troop has been awarded their Bronze Award in scouting and is currently working on their Silver Award. She volunteers at Southeast Middle and High Schools in Guilford County, serving as a member of the School Leadership Team and the Building Advisory Teams at both schools.

Cindy is a true sports fan... and can often be found cheering on her Virginia Tech Hokies. She plays USTA tennis competitively and has discovered the world of CrossFit exercise which Cindy says "changed her life."

Cindy has many honors and awards to her credit. In February of 2012 she won the Grady Elmore Award given by the North Carolina Tennis Foundation for her contributions to tennis. She also works tirelessly promoting the efforts of Susan G. Komen for the Cure and in March of 2010, Cindy was honored as the Outstanding Lifetime Volunteer. In 2008 Cindy was recognized for her contributions as a Founding Board member of the NC Triad Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure and was honored with the Founder's Award. In the Race for the Cure... Cindy's Team, a team of walkers and runners lead by Cindy, won recognition for the largest Community Team in 2005.

Cindy says her passion is photography and in August of 2011 she won Our State Magazine's Readers Photo Contest. She says her favorite subjects are "the gifts we are given each day", although you can often find her capturing images of the sports her daughters play.

Cindy says she lives by the words "accentuate the positive" and tries to capture that every day in her FOX8 Morning and Noon newscasts as well as each week in her "What's Right with Our Schools" stories.


Recent Articles
  • Successful Aging: How heat affects older adults

    Successful Aging expert Linda Pritchett joined us this morning to talk how heat affects older adults. Copies of Vital magazine are also available at area Walgreens stores.  For more information, check out Linda’s site at www.vitalmagonline.com or by calling her at (336) 292-3875.

  • Miss North Carolina visits FOX8

    Arlie Honeycutt, the new Miss North Carolina, visited FOX8 Wednesday morning. Honeycutt is a 19-year-old from Garner and attends East Carolina University. Honeycutt won the pageant and a $15,000 scholarship Saturday night at the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium. She will compete at the Miss America pageant in January. Her platform is “The Domino Effect – Inspiring Volunteerism One Person at a Time.”

  • Your Turn: Heart health with Dr. Steven Rohrbeck

    Need information about keeping your heart healthy?  Dr. Steven Rohrbeck stopped by Tuesday morning to give you answers!   To contact the doctor yourself, you can e-mail him at: steve.rohrbeck@cornerstonehealthcare.com or srohrbeck@triad.rr.com.

  • Alzheimer’s Disease treatments

    Dr. Andy Farah of the High Point Regional Health System joined us Friday morning to discuss new treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease.

  • Citronella fires

    Summer officially begins tonight and that means spending more time outside. That also means dealing with bugs. We use things like citronella candles and tiki torches to keep them away. But they could be more of a threat to your family than bugs.

  • Successful Aging: Coconut Oil

    Successful Aging expert Linda Pritchett joined us this morning to talk the benefits of coconut oil.  Copies of Vital magazine are also available at area Walgreens stores.  For more information, check out Linda’s site at www.vitalmagonline.com or by calling her at (336) 292-3875.

  • NASCAR champion Bobby Labonte visits FOX

    Community friends from the Triad are coming together to help North Carolina children. “Hope in Style” is a first-time event that aims to provide new clothes, and other essential needs, to boys and girls living at Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina (BCH).  Hope in Style takes place on Saturday, August 4, 2012 at the Greensboro Country Club. In partnership with lead sponsor Belk, the event will feature a children’s style show, a silent auction, and entertainment by Grammy nominated […]

  • She Said: Flirting app and ear piercings

    Today’s topics: Klout flirting and ear piercings.

  • High Point Art Splash

    A splash of this and a splash of that, the arts will be splashed all over the High Point area again this summer. Concert-goers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic dinners.  No alcoholic beverages are permitted at any of the concert locations.  If there is a threat of rain, call 336.889.ARTS after 4pm Sunday to get the latest update on the event.  All concerts are free and open to the public.  For more information, check out this […]

  • She Said: Pop Warner changes and Flag Day

    Watch this video to see what Cindy, Shannon and Nicole had to talk about in this morning’s She Said. 

  • House Call: Varicose veins treatment options

    Varicose veins are common, affecting twice as many women as men.  In some cases, varicose veins can cause pain, heaviness,and discomfort in the legs, and can also be a sign of underlying health conditions.  Therefore, it is important to have your varicose veins properly evaluated by a vein specialist.  In some cases, an ultrasound will be administered to examine the cause of leg discomfort.  In treating varicose veins, the first step is to cut off the pressure source causing the […]

  • She Said: Casey Anthony, jailed mom, graduation speaker

    Today’s topics include: Casey Anthony, a mother jailed for letting kids play unsupervised and a graduation speaker who told students they weren’t special.