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Contact: Hayley.Fixler@wghp.com

Hayley Fixler joined the FOX8 team in December 2018. Before heading south, she was a reporter and anchor at WBND in South Bend, Indiana, covering the Michiana area. She has covered several national stories, including the deaths of three children who were killed while walking to their school bus.

Hayley was born and raised in the Maryland suburbs, just outside of Washington, D.C. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, and received her Broadcast Journalism degree from the Philip Merrill College of Journalism. While there, she was a reporter, anchor, and producer for Capital News Service, and had the privilege of covering stories in the nation’s capital.

Hayley’s passion for news and storytelling has led her all over the world. She spent time interning at ABC7 in D.C. and working with the political unit at the NBC News Washington Bureau. Hayley also lived in Israel for a short time, where she anchored sports and reported local news for the English speaking TV station, Israel Broadcasting Authority.

When she’s not reporting, Hayley can be found in a dance studio or outdoors. She enjoys dancing, traveling, martial arts and spending time with friends and family.

She would love to hear from you. Feel free to say hi or share a story idea. You can find her on Twitter and Facebook at HayleyFixlerTV.


Recent Articles
  • Two dogs found dead in backyard of Randolph County home

    RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Two dogs were found dead in the backyard of a Randolph County home. Kelly Daniel owns the home and says he knows the man responsible. He claims the dogs were neglected and left to die. “I came home from work and pulled into the driveway. I could tell that a dog was laid down,” Daniel said. “I thought the legs looked kind of funny.” Daniel saw the two dogs chained on the inside of his own […]

  • Former Union Grove Christian School administrator in Lexington charged with having inappropriate relationship with student

    LEXINGTON, N.C. —  A former assistant principal and worship leader in the Piedmont Triad is now facing multiple felony counts of sexual activity with a student. Jason Keller was arrested Thursday night for crimes that investigators say he committed nearly a decade ago. He’s accused of having sexual relations with a high school student from 2008 to 2009. It’s only because the victim recently came forward with new information that Davidson County deputies were able to arrest Keller. “It never […]

  • Recent UNCG grad severely injured in crash in Ecuador being brought back to US

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — A community is banding together to bring one of their own back home. A Greensboro family was on a vacation to Ecuador when their driver’s van crashed down the side of a mountain. Everyone survived, but the family still has many hurdles to get over. “The first week was magical. It was a great. A trip of a life time,” Joseph Beck said. “Neither of us had been out of the country before,” his son Tyson said. […]

  • A local family wanted their dog cremated and the ashes preserved. The vet cremated the dog – with several other pets

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The loss of a family pet can be a difficult time for many. Some people opt to cremate their animals to keep a part of them. But imagine finding out you’ll never see those ashes. “I’m distraught. [They] lost our loved one and we’ll never get her back again,” Chris Holbrook said. “She was our love and joy.” Cally was Holbrook and his wife Gail’s beloved dog. After their daughter passed away, Cally was a source of […]

  • A historic downtown Winston-Salem building could become a food lover’s dream

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A huge empty space inside a historic downtown Winston-Salem building could turn into a food lover’s dream. It could also become a place to brainstorm your next big idea. FOX8 got a sneak peak of what’s next for The Sentinel Commons. “It’s 27,000 square feet,” said Kane Wilkerson, the property manager. Wilkerson, the Arden Group and Lambert Architecture see it as thousands of feet of pure potential. “We feel like this is going to be the next […]

  • Forsyth County Animal Services prepares for busiest time of the year

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — As people start setting up and celebrating the Fourth of July, it’s important to remember it can be a scary time for pets. Some pets will run away because they don’t like the booming noises of firecrackers or fireworks. It’s the busiest time of year for animal shelters. Nationwide, shelters see about a 30% increase of runaway dogs. Between July 5-6, 2018, the Forsyth County Animal Services picked up 43 dogs. That’s more than twice their normal […]

  • CDC issues warning about parasites in pools, lakes

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — There’s something in the water. Well, there could be. The Centers for Disease Control is now issuing warnings about parasites found in pools and lakes that make people sick. A Guilford County Department of Health representative told FOX8 they usually see about 12 cases involving the Cryptosporidium parasite each year. So far in 2019, they haven’t heard of one yet. But you still need to be careful. It’s summertime and a way to beat the heat is […]

  • Emotions run high as Burlington triple-homicide suspect appears in court

    GRAHAM, N.C. — Three families are grieving after three men were shot and killed Sunday night at a home in Burlington. Hyquan Parker was indicted by a grand jury Monday afternoon after police say he shot the three friends. The 911 calls made that night are difficult to listen to. “He’s running down Sharpe Road with a gun. He shot three people,” says the caller. “Please, please.” That’s the voice of Jasmine, who tells FOX8 she was Jason Williams’ fiancee. […]

  • 17-year-old injured in accidental shooting in Randleman

    RANDLEMAN, N.C. —Randleman police rushed to a home on the 300 block of Swaim Street, near Randleman Elementary School, just before 11:30 a.m. Friday. The teenager is expected to be OK. Randleman police are classifying this as an accidental shooting. FOX8 obtained 911 calls and heard how one teenager claims the other teenager dropped a shot gun and it went off. Neighbors saw police cars speeding over but had no idea someone had been shot. “I had come out and […]

  • Supreme Court decides federal courts cannot police gerrymandering

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — A major Supreme Court decision affects everyone in the Piedmont. The Supreme Court has decided to stay out of how voting districts are drawn. The justices are leaving that up to each state. So what does that mean for North Carolina voters? “Everybody does it these days. Everybody in power wants to keep their power and wants to increase their power. So this is about power and keeping it and increasing it,” said Steve Friedland, a law professor […]

  • Trinity man arrested after police chase stolen pickup truck through Thomasville

    THOMASVILLE, N.C. — If you heard sirens and saw flashing blue lights across Davidson County Monday night, you’re not alone. Michael Zachary Brown, 32, of Trinity, is charged with felony possession of stolen vehicle, felony speeding to elude, felony larceny, misdemeanor driving while license revoked, misdemeanor possession of marijuana and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Police say he led them on a chase through the streets of Thomasville and through Davidson County. “We heard all of these sirens and looked […]

  • Davidson County neighbors angry after their mailboxes keep getting vandalized

    DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — Mailbox vandalism isn’t anything new. But in Davidson County, homeowners have had to replace their broken mailboxes multiple times. In rural Davidson County, black, white and brown mailboxes line the roads. Some of them on Georgetown Road, like Hal Swaim’s, are bent and broken. “This is from the last damage, where they hit it and messed up this hinge so bad,” Swaim said. “I think they were just driving up the road and slinging granite rocks […]

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