Katie Nordeen joined the FOX8 Evening News as an anchor in January 2013. After being an early riser for more than a year (her alarm went off at 1:30AM!), Katie is excited to work on “this side of the clock.”

Katie came to FOX8 as a general assignment reporter in June 2010 before joining the morning team as an anchor in September 2011.

She got her start in Duluth, MN as an anchor and reporter. During her time there, Katie received a Regional Broadcast Emmy for her work as the weekend anchor. Katie also spent time in Boulder, Colo. where she studied Broadcast Journalism at the University of Colorado-Boulder.

She is very active in Special Olympics and is honored to be on the Special Olympics North Carolina Board of Directors. Katie’s passion is inspired by her niece Eleanor who has special needs.

When she’s not working, Katie is busy being a mom to Hattie and wife to Reece. She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, shopping, and doing anything outdoors! Katie and her family live in Winston-Salem with their two golden retrievers and a cat named Gail.

Recent Articles
  • Business summit in Winston-Salem enriches community

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — About 200 Influencers, business owners and community members attended the Engagement and Inclusion Summit in early October at Bailey Power Plant in Innovation Quarter in Winston-Salem. “We wanted to start having a conversation about economic disparity and how businesses owned by black, brown and women owners may be more challenged in the startup phase and longevity period than non-minority owned firms,” said Wilson Lester, executive director of Piedmont Business Capital (PBC). This is the third year PBC […]

  • Financial Pathways of the Piedmont helps people get back on their feet

    Things for “Radar” had to get really bad before they could get better. “I was living on cardboard,” Radar said. He went from being homeless to now renting his own apartment and is learning to manage his money, thanks to Financial Pathways of the Piedmont. “They’re there to help people,” Radar said. “To make it easier for you to get by.” Radar is one of Financial Pathways of the Piedmont’s Representative Payee clients which is reserved for the community’s most […]

  • Girls in middle, high school find mentorship with Leadership LINKS in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — It’s lunch with a purpose. The small group of middle and high schoolers gathered at a pizza joint in downtown Greensboro are part of Leadership LINKS, a small non-profit organization that Founding Board Member Tracey Nicole Hayes says is all about exposing girls to opportunities. “We provide leadership education that facilitates impactful living, character growth and spiritual development,” said Hayes. Hayes and the other volunteer board members are all graduates of the United States Naval Academy. “We’ve […]

  • High Point police buy special vests for their K-9s

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — Police dogs are a crucial part of any police department, and High Point is lucky to have nine. “K-9s are important for the police department because we can use a police dog for narcotics detection,” said Master Police Officer Karl Wolf, a K-9 handler. “The dog can search faster and more efficiently for the evidence that we`re looking for.” Wolf and “Rudo” have been partners for almost a year. When they aren’t working the streets, they’re […]

  • Local program helps dogs and inmates find a ‘New Leash On Life’

    It`s not easy work, but it is very rewarding. And Bradley Laws and Callie are quickly becoming best friends. The two are part of A New Leash on Life, a 10-week program at Forsyth Correctional Center. “It’s not just a dog-training program,” said Candide Jones, president of Piedmont Animal Welfare Alliance. “It’s redemptive for humans and dogs.” The dogs learn new skills, obedience and socialization to get them ready for adoption. But beyond that, their trainers, who are inmates, develop […]

  • Music community bands together to help end poverty in Greensboro with collaborative album

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — It isn’t your ordinary music video shoot. The song by Josh King is one of many you’ll hear on “Artists United to End Poverty” — an album benefitting the United Way of Greater Greensboro. “If there’s any time I can use music to help anybody else out, I love to do it,” King said. King is one of dozens of artists and activists collaborating on the project, organized by The Culture Pushers, a non-profit founded by Greensboro-native […]

  • Veterans find emergency, long-term housing at The Heroes Center in High Point

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — It’s been a long time coming, but Billy Riley, a veteran of the U.S. Navy, is finally home. It’s the latest step in his recovery since leaving the service. “Life started pulling apart,” said Riley. “I took to alcoholism and stayed pretty gone for a long time.” Riley is the first veteran to move into one of three renovated cottages at the former John Wesley Camp in High Point, now called The Heroes Center. “Somebody else’s […]

  • Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina offers culinary training program

    It may look like an ordinary kitchen inside Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, but this is far more transformative. “The work we’re doing today will have implications for our community for decades and generations to come,” said Heather Martin, director of strategy and donor relations. Providence is a 13-week culinary training program of Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina. “Our typical student is someone who has a past that inhibits them from being someone who […]

  • NC Fusion teaches kids life skills through soccer in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Saturday Soccer is fun, engaging and free, and many of the kids who attend look forward to it all week long. With the exception of some holiday weekends, the program takes place every weekend from early March through late October. The goal, according to Sari Rose, is to help develop children and inspire them to reach their full potential. “It’s our mission to take soccer to the community and really use it as a powerful tool to […]

  • Kim Harris revives the music of the Underground Railroad in Greensboro concert

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — It wasn’t an ordinary concert at New Garden Friends Meeting in Greensboro. The one held on July 14 was rooted in history. Dr. Kim Harris is a recording artist, teacher, composer and storyteller who travels the nation performing concerts and lecturing on the music of the Underground Railroad. The concert is one of many local events happening as part of the yearlong Bicentennial Celebration of the Movement. “We are celebrating this year the 200th anniversary of the […]

  • High Point Community Foundation helps Community Clinic upgrade its pharmacy

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — As pharmacy manager at the Community Clinic of High Point, Margaret Buchanan stays busy. “Mostly what we do is maintenance medications, hypertension, blood pressure, diabetes, insulin, and we can get inhalers,” she said. The clinic is for uninsured and low-income adults. “You have to have 200 percent of poverty level and below, and no insurance,” Buchanan said. “So Medicaid or Medicare would disqualify you from using the clinic.” As part of the quality medical care offered at […]

  • At performances by the Piedmont Wind Symphony, there’s something for everyone

    At performances by the Piedmont Wind Symphony, there’s something for everyone. “The community would benefit from a live presentation of those songs they love and maybe some of the music they`ve never heard of before,” said Tika Douthit, principal flute player. She is one of about 60 musicians who makes up the Piedmont Wind Symphony. “We have a fantastic artistic director and he just really brings the music to life off the page,” Douthit said. “And to be part of […]

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