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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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    Dr. Maya Angelou’s books, poetry displayed in her honor in Greensboro bookstore

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Dr. Maya Angelou’s books and poetry are being displayed at Scuppernong Books in Greensboro. Award-winning author, renowned poet and civil rights activist Dr. Maya Angelou died on Wednesday. She was 86.

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    Greensboro city leaders considering leaf collection, false 911 call fees

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Greensboro city leaders are talking budget and talking about some possible new fees. A leaf collection fee and tighter punishments for people who make false 911 calls are two ideas that were brought up in a work session. Last year, $4.5 million was spent on responding to about 11,000 false emergency calls. “It cost the tax payers $1,400 every time the fire trucks go out on a false alarm, so that can get very expensive very quickly,” […]

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    Firefighter injured while battling ‘suspicious’ house fire in High Point

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — A firefighter is at home recovering tonight after falling through the floor of a house fire. Fire officials say he was checking to make sure no one was inside the home. Firefighters got out to the home on East Commerce Avenue around noon on Monday. The home has been vacant for years. This same home caught on fire back in 2009. Fire investigators weren’t able to figure out what caused that fire. Fire officials say responding […]

  • High Point home helping recovering heroin addicts

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — Heroin is becoming an alarming problem in High Point. Since the end of last year, High Point police have had 39 heroin overdoses. Last week there were seven overdoses in a 24 hour period. There’s a home in High Point that knows all too well about this heroin problem and they’re trying to help. “We all have hurts, we have difficulties and we manifest them in different ways,” explains Alice Meindl, with Pierced Ministries and Rehab […]

  • Belk to close store at Four Seasons Town Centre in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Belk has announced plans to close its store at Four Seasons Town Centre early next year. Belk spokeswoman Jessica M. Graham said the company plans to close the store in February 2015. Graham said to better meet the needs of the Triad market, the company plans to focus their resources and efforts on a major expansion and remodeling of the Belk store at Friendly Center. Fashion styles change with time and retail experts say malls are seeing a […]

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    Relay for Life moved after Burlington City Park floods

    BURLINGTON, N.C. — The rain wasn’t strong enough to stop the strongest of supporters and survivors. Alamance County’s Relay for Life was supposed to be at the ball field at City Park in Burlington. Thursday’s rain flooded the ball field and race organizers had less than 24 hours to figure out a new game plan. “This year has been a little bit of a headache,” explains Tony Allred, a Relay for Life volunteer. Organizers decided to move the race from […]

  • Proposed law could allow college brewing programs to sell their beers

    EDEN, N.C. — Rockingham Community College is one of five colleges that want to be able to sell the beer they make. Currently students brew, bottle and taste their beer, but the beer isn’t allowed out of their brewing center on Washington Street in Eden. If a proposed state law passes colleges with a brewing program would be allowed to sell up to 100 gallons of their beer. “A revenue stream that we could develop would be very beneficial to […]

  • Big issues await leaders at short session

    Legislators will meet in Raleigh on Wednesday for the General Assembly’s short session. The State of North Carolina has a $20.6 billion budget with a $445 million shortfall. The goal of the short session is to balance the budget. “If it’s a priority then you find the money to do it,” explains Democratic Representative Alma Adams, with Guilford County. The top of the priority list for both Democrats and Republicans are raises for teachers and state employees. Governor Pat McCrory is pushing for $1,000 raise […]

  • $90 million development plans for Lake Jeanette area

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — A $90 million real estate project is planned for the Lake Jeanette area in Greensboro. Townhomes, apartments and cottages are expected to be built in two different phases. Both phases are off of Roberson Comer Road and will have a total of more than 400 units. “I see a fantastic looking community that will enhance the area and be a nice place for people to come and call home,” explains Anthony Vincent, the project manager. Phase one […]

  • Backlog in DNA section at state crime lab

    ASHEBORO, N.C. — All crime cases in all 100 counties in North Carolina that need DNA analysis have to go to the state crime lab in Raleigh. Joan Harris’s case was one of them. “We need answers to what happened to her for us to move on,” explains Zachary Byrd, Joan’s son. Harris was found shot to death in her apartment back in December. Since then her family hasn’t heard any developments on the case. “Absolutely nothing. We might as […]

  • ‘Declan’s Dash’ helps to build local playgrounds

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — A Kernersville family is making sure their 2-year-old’s memory lives on through playgrounds. Declan Donoghue died back in 2010 from a rare immune genetic disease. Since his death, Declan’s family has turned their sorrow into slides and swings. So far, with the help of the community, Declan’s Foundation has built two playgrounds in Kernersville and is planning to build their third in Greensboro. “There is nothing better than hearing children laugh and play,” explains Nicole Donoghue, Declan’s […]

  • Candidates battle for Rep. Howard Coble’s seat

    GREENSBORO, N.C. – This is the first time in three decades Howard Coble’s name is not on the ballot. “Very weird. I’ve done it for 30 years and now it just seems like my gosh have I missed the boat. Has the boat left the dock?” explains Representative Howard Coble. Congressman Coble has served 15 terms representing the 6th District. He announced back in November that he would be retiring, days later the hopeful candidates started filing. “The dominoes kept falling. I had […]