Lindsay Tuman joined FOX8 in June 2018. Before moving to the Triad, she worked as a weekend anchor and reporter in Augusta, Georgia. She has covered national stories including the Masters Tournament and the NCAA College Football National Championship.

While in Augusta, Lindsay primarily reported on local government and politics. She covered the development of a $100 million cyber center, city budgets, and did extensive coverage of the area’s struggle with juvenile justice resources.

Lindsay earned her degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Georgia. She’s a die hard Bulldawg fan, and you will probably spot her cheering on the dawgs on Saturday’s during football season.

Outside of chasing down the biggest stories, Lindsay loves spending time with her dog, Wayne, and her husband, Zack. You might spot her running around the trails with Wayne, taking pictures, or trying a new restaurant around town. Lindsay always appreciates a recommendation for a good book or series on Netflix.

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Recent Articles
  • Parent group raises concerns over student conduct in Guilford County schools

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — A group of Guilford County parents are raising concerns about a state survey. The North Carolina Teacher Working Conditions Survey is part of a process to create school and district improvement plans. The results are supposed to help educators and school administrators. Nancy Deaton has two daughters in Guilford County schools. One is a rising junior at Grimsley High School, the other is about to start eighth grade. She’s very involved in the schools and she […]

  • City of Lexington to begin cleanup on furniture plant that burned down

    LEXINGTON, N.C. — If you ask around Lexington, just about everyone has a connection to the old furniture plant on the south end of Railroad Street. Pieces of the building sit scattered across a few blocks downtown months after the fire and people have waited to hear the plans for the property. “We’ve been anxious to see it get cleaned up, and we’re also cleaning up our buildings,” Nathan Kuykendall said. The city has around $1.18 million for the demolition […]

  • Deputies continue search for forensic clues after deadly Randleman Road shooting

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — 911 calls reveal new details about what unfolded on Randleman Road as people gathered for a concert. Guilford County deputies are continuing their search for the suspect or suspects who pulled the trigger. Hassan Elgaali, 20, was shot and killed. A 19-year-old was also shot in the arm, but is expected to be OK. Investigators say they still have a lot of forensic evidence to go through at this time. They have not named a suspect […]

  • Downtown Greensboro is adding new ways to get around

    GREENSBORO, N.C. – Pedaling seems to be taking over around Greensboro, whether you’re doing some of the work yourself, or you’re just along for the ride. “I say try all of the options. We call ourselves transportainment. So, we don’t just get you from point A to Point B, we get you there with class and style,” said Phil Black with Greensboro Rickshaw. He opened his rickshaw business this summer. “There’s a lot of cool things happening in Greensboro and […]

  • Investigators working to identify skeletal remains found in Brown Summit

    BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. — Buzzards and blue jeans, that’s what a man says led him to a deadly discovery. Deputies say a crew cutting trees in Browns Summit found human remains in a wooded area on Autumn Forest Drive at around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Deputies, a K-9 unit and the SBI have been investigating the scene, trying to learn how the remains wound up in the middle of a field. It was a scene that was very out of the […]

  • Crews clean up, assess damaged roads after heavy rains in Triad

    Roads washed away after flooding during heavy rain last week. Similar problems affected Guilford, Forsyth, Davidson and Alamance counties. Now, crews are making repairs and assessing the damage. Neighbors who have lived on Isley School Road in Alamance County for decades were surprised the road washed away. “I’ve lived here 30 years or more and I’ve never seen anything like this happen,” Susanna Swanson said. “We’ve never had water come over the road since I’ve been here. We’ve had water […]

  • Tenants say they are treated like animals in Summit Avenue apartments in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — The City of Greensboro held a special meeting Saturday to discuss the conditions at the Summit Apartments on Cone Avenue, where residents said they live in terrible conditions. It’s the same apartment complex where five children died in a fire back in May. Just a few weeks later, neighbors signed a petition, asking code enforcement to come and look at their homes, saying the living conditions were terrible. Since then, code enforcement and city leaders have gone […]

  • Local makerspace executive director reacts to 3D printed gun controversy

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — There’s a lot of conversation surrounding 3D printed guns. Earlier this week, a company was planning to upload a blueprint people could download to print the weapons. A judge put a restraining order on the plans, but there are more court hearings later this month on the issue. At Forge Greensboro you can really get creative. They offer the tools people can use from metalworking, to sewing, 3D printing and much more. “We often have people come […]

  • Testing reveals elevated levels of chemicals at Greensboro water treatment plant

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Elevated levels of chemicals were found in the water at a Greensboro water treatment plant, Assistant Director of Water Resources Mike Borchers said at a Wednesday news conference. City officials say the water is safe to use though, because the chemicals only form a health risk after years of exposure and this was a singular occurrence. The area impacted the most is surrounding the Mitchell Water Treatment Plant where the contaminants were detected. The chemicals in question are perfluorooctane […]

  • Suspect arrested after pursuit, crash in Davidson County

    LEXINGTON, N.C. — Lexington police arrested a South Carolina man after a chase that ended in a crash at a rail yard in Linwood. Police officers came to the Dollar General on North Talbert Boulevard at 4:03 a.m. after an alarm was tripped at the store. Scott Jason Mock, 30, of York, South Carolina, is charged with larceny, felony flee to elude arrest, possession of a firearm by a felon, driving left of center, failure to stop for stop sign/flashing […]

  • Manhunt continues into Thursday after shots fired at deputies in Winston-Salem

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Deputies are still searching for a suspect accused of carjacking someone in Yadkin County and shooting at deputies in Winston-Salem, according to the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office said it all started with a home break-in in Yadkin County Wednesday. While deputies were responding, they got a call about a carjacking at gunpoint involving the same suspect. Around 3:30 p.m., Forsyth County deputies say they spotted the car involved and a chase began. Investigators say […]

  • Rockingham County man rescued from water-trapped vehicle talks about experience

    ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. — Heavy rains can create some dangerous conditions on the roads. Across the Piedmont we’ve seen roads washed away, sinkholes and a few water rescues. First responders rescued a Rockingham County man off the hood of his car on River Road. Bob White drives these roads almost everyday. So he was not expecting to face a flooded road Wednesday morning. “Well when I went down the car just ‘splooshed’ and then the car stalled,” White said. Water […]