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Danielle Jackson joined the FOX8 team as a multimedia journalist in October 2018. Before heading to the Triad, she spent time in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, as a multimedia journalist at WBRZ.

She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of West Georgia in Carrollton, Georgia. There she majored in Mass Communications with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism. Danielle started her career at WSB-TV in her hometown of Atlanta. She was a news trainee and assignment desk editor, writing for both on-air and web.

She found her passion for storytelling originally when she became the editor-in-chief of her high school newspaper. In college, her passion continued in the form of broadcast television. Joining organizations such as the National Association of Black Journalists and Black Women Film Network, Danielle uses her medium to both tell the stories of others and to lend a helping hand to others.

Outside of work, she enjoys shopping, discovering new restaurants and completing DIY projects.

If you have any story ideas, please feel free to email her.


Recent Articles
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  • Programs helps potential first-time home buyers in High Point

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  • Triad family still grieves loss of loved one killed in 9/11 attacks

    A Triad family lost a loved one in the Sept. 11 attacks on America. Sandy Bradshaw, a native of Randolph County, was a flight attendant on United Flight 93 when Islamic terrorists hijacked four commercial planes. The plane crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, shortly after 10 a.m. Every year Bradshaw’s mother, Patricia Waugh, visits her graveside on special holidays and the 9/11 anniversary. Wednesday afternoon, she placed yellow roses on the gravesite reflecting on Bradshaw’s and her favorite color. Waugh says […]

  • Guilford County Schools lays out plan to step up security using funds from $10 million bond

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  • Local pastor with ties to the Bahamas talks about the unprecedented damage

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A local pastor with Bahamian ties could only describe the devastation of his homeland as unprecedented after Hurricane Dorian crushed parts of the Bahamas. “This is a storm that has literally changed our country forever,” Pastor Tejado Hanchell said. Hanchell is from Nassau. He pastors Mount Calvary Holy Church of Winston-Salem and has resided in the area for the last 14 years. He along with others were devastated by how Hurricane Dorian slowly barreled over the island. […]

  • Woman says she was attacked on the highway in Guilford County

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  • Concerns over security at Oakwood Cemetery in High Point

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