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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
  • Greensboro student who lost both parents at an early age graduates high school

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Jordan McMillan’s diploma is one well-earned achievement. McMillan graduated from Weaver Academy in Greensboro but he had a tougher time than most high schoolers. McMillan lost both of his parents before he turned 3-years-old. McMillan has been on his own most of his life which has left him to make his own decisions. “Some days I woke up and felt like ‘I don’t want to school, I don’t have to go.’ I really didn’t have anybody to […]

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    Student-led prayer bill signed into law

    DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. – Gov. Pat McCrory has signed a bill into law allowing student-led prayer. The three-page law allows students to pray either silently, out loud, alone or with others to the same extent as a student is allowed to reflect, meditate or speak on nonreligious matters. Under the new law students will be able to organize prayer groups and/or religious clubs. Students can also express their beliefs in their homework, artwork or other written assignments. The law also […]

  • Search for Bianca Tanner continues; boyfriend not cooperating

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — It’s been 11 days since anyone has seen or heard from Bianca Tanner. The second grade teacher at Reedy Fork disappeared in the middle of the night while visiting her boyfriend in Charlotte. Police are calling her case a homicide investigation. They haven’t made any arrests or named any suspects. While doing interviews, Tanner’s 3-year-old son told detectives her boyfriend “hurt mommy in the face.” At the start of the search, investigators said Tanner’s boyfriend was cooperating, now they say […]

  • Bench set up to remember accused killer in Greensboro causes controversy

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — A bench set up to remember an accused killer isn’t sitting well. Someone put a concrete bench in the median of South Elm-Eugene to remember Menice Smith. Smith is the man who police say killed two women and nearly beat a postal worker to death back in March. Smith then took his own life on South Elm-Eugene, near where this bench was placed. “Even though he was a criminal, he has family. Every family feels love for […]

  • Greensboro approves $1.4 billion Capital Improvements Plan

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — One city and $1.4 billion over the next decade — that’s the plan for Greensboro. City leaders call it their Capital Improvements Plan. The biggest portions of the $1.4 billion  goes towards infrastructure and community services. $70 million is set for sidewalks, bridges and resurfacing. Portions of Bryan Boulevard and Benjamin Parkway will also be widening to help with traffic. Also, the urban loop has been a multi-million dollar investment and is expected to be done within […]

  • Authorities investigating suspicious fires in Randolph Co.

    RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — A task force in Randolph County is meeting Tuesday to investigate six suspicious fires in the past three months. The latest was early Sunday morning on Beeson Farm Road. This is the second time firefighters have been called out to this building. Four other abandoned homes were set on fire back in March within 12 miles from one another. No one has been hurt in any of the fires, but homeowners want this to stop before […]

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    Search for missing Guilford Co. teacher now a homicide investigation

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The search for a missing Guilford County teacher in Charlotte is now a homicide investigation, police confirmed on Thursday. Police in Charlotte are actively searching for Bianca Richardson Tanner, the 31-year-old Guilford County Schools teacher who went missing on Sunday. Tanner was moving to Charlotte from Greensboro. She is a second-grade teacher at Reedy Fork Elementary School. Police said clues have led them to begin a homicide investigation. “Of course as each day goes by and she hasn’t returned […]

  • Man thankful to be alive after tree falls on his car during drive

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Wayne George knows he had a close call, but says his survival had nothing to do with luck. On Tuesday, George and his wife had spent the afternoon watching their granddaughter’s swim meet. Afterwards, he dropped off his wife at their home and he went out to run a quick errand. He made it to Jefferson Road, less than a mile from his home, “I see a tree falling, a huge tree falling off to my right […]

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    Stone Brewing Company could come to Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — A big time brewery could be on tap for Greensboro. Stone Brewing Company is based out of California and they’re looking to expand east. Greensboro is on Stone Brewing’s shortlist. City officials tell us the company is also looking at: Richmond, Va., Norfolk, Va., Greenville, S.C. and Cincinnati, Ohio. “I believe we should be the number one spot,” says Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan. Over five years, the company is looking at a $60 million investment. Stone Brewing […]

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    Parents, school employees speak at GCS budget public hearing

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. – Parents and teachers are tired of cutting back. If Guilford County Schools doesn’t get more money from county commissioners they will be forced to make more cuts. The Guilford County school system is asking county commissioners for $30 million. In the proposed budget, the county only has $6 set aside for the school system. School officials have said to make up the $24 million shortfall they would have to cut 35 teachers, 333 teaching assistants and […]

  • Senior service programs fear budget cuts

    DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — Several state funded programs across North Carolina fear funding cuts if the Senate’s budget proposal passes. The proposal hits some programs that help the most vulnerable, including the mentally disabled and the older population. Carolina Senior Care in Lexington helps seniors with doctor care, social skills and nutrition. Currently they have 118 people enrolled. “I get a blessing out of coming here,” says Miss Floyd who depends on the center. Miss Floyd is 80 years old. […]

  • High Point businesses being targeted in power bill scam

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — The bad guys are targeting small businesses and cashing in on their power bills. The City of High Point’s customer service has been getting several complaints about these fake callers. Allegedly, the caller claims to be a city official and tells businesses that they owe on their power bill. Ralph Amoroso is out $745.27 because of it. “They basically said ‘We are coming out to disconnect your power this afternoon at 3 o’clock.’ This is on […]