Contact: Lindsay.Tuman@wghp.com

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
  • Summer meal programs across the Piedmont Triad aim to provide students at least one nutritious meal a day

    Summer meal programs across the Piedmont Triad aim to keep getting students at least one nutritious meal a day even when they’re out of school. FOX8’s Lindsay Tuman got a look at what it takes to put the meals out in Davidson County. Davidson County School Nutrition staff work to put out lunch and breakfast in schools across the county to help students access the same foods they love to eat during the school year. “The students are happy like […]

  • Person killed after car crashes into building in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — A person died after the car they were driving crashed into a building in Greensboro Monday morning. The crash happened on West Gate City Boulevard around 2:30 a.m. when the car crashed into the Vertellus building across from the Coliseum. A security guard told FOX8 he heard the wreck and it sounded like a “massive boom.” He also saw someone trying to run over and open the doors and get to the person inside. Police have not […]

  • City of Greensboro works to take the lead with new sustainability efforts

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Adding more green space, solar panels and infrastructure changes are all part of an effort to make Greensboro a more sustainable city. Greensboro is one of 15 cities, including Miami, Orlando, Cincinatti and Baltimore, that are participating in the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Program. LEED stands for leading energy and environmental design. The program will help identify areas where the city can improve in terms of sustainability and resiliency. It will also help Greensboro become a […]

  • ‘Women to Work’ classes in Greensboro help women land the job they want

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — A workshop happening this month in Greensboro is meant to help more women land the job they want. The Women’s Resource Center in Greensboro is hosting the Women to Work classes to help teach women the skills they need to enter the workforce. The classes are for everyone ranging from a recent college graduate to someone ready to change careers to women who are re-entering the workforce. Several topics will be covered including networking, searching for a […]

  • Winston-Salem joins Watch for Me NC to help keep bicyclists safe in the city

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — New plans are in the works to make it safer to walk or ride your bike in Winston-Salem. The city joined a Department of Transportation program for the first time called Watch for Me NC. The Department of Transportation says North Carolina is one of the most unsafe states for cyclists and pedestrians. Around 15% of all traffic fatalities in the state are related from bicycle and pedestrian accidents. The Department of Transportation says more than 3,000 […]

  • Greensboro Science Center’s 10-year plans include sloths, night life, expansions

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — A gateway to the future. That’s the basis behind a 10-year master plan for the Greensboro Science Center. The plans are centered around making the Greensboro Science Center the top destination in the state for arts and science. The plans include adding more sculptures and art, starting on Lawndale Drive leading to the center. The sculptures are meant to be science inspired and help make the center stand out more while also tying into the rebranding of […]

  • Guilford County Family Justice Center is taking a new approach to helping the community

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — The Guilford County Family Justice Center has now been open for four years. When the center first opened, Guilford County was leading the state with the highest number of domestic violence related homicides. Since then, those numbers have dropped by 88%. Around 25,000 people have come into the center for help after a variety of traumatic instances, including domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, elder abuse and more. Of those people, none have later been involved […]

  • School’s out, summer meal programs are in; staff bring more than lunch to students

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Students across the Piedmont are starting to enjoy their first few days of summer break. While some are enjoying the break from class, others are facing a challenge of missing the meals they depend on from school lunches. Around 30,000 students are on free or reduced lunch in Guilford County. Last summer, the nutrition staff served more than 230,000 meals to students, but that is only a fraction of the number of meals students across the […]

  • Randolph County Family Crisis Center hopes to reach more people with new location

    RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Victims of domestic violence, child abuse, human trafficking and more have a new place they can turn to for help. The Randolph County Family Crisis Center has a new center open on Main Street to help serve the Archdale Trinity Family Crisis Center. The new location is a big help to the community because it is now more visible in the community. The Family Crisis Center has been operating in Randolph County for decades, but previously […]

  • Leaving for a trip? Make sure your home is safe while you’re gone

    Law enforcement across the Piedmont tends to see a lot of property crime during the summer time, but there are some things you can do to help prevent it. Some things to make sure you do before heading out of town include double checking that you don’t leave anything out. That includes valuable items like lawn care equipment that could make your property a target. Deputies also say you should try and avoid posting on social media that you are […]

  • Alamance County Gunstoppers launches to help reduce violent crime

    BURLINGTON, N.C. — A new initiative is launching in Alamance County to help get illegal guns off the streets and out of the wrong hands. Alamance County Crimestoppers is partnering with law enforcement in the county on a program called Gunstoppers. It works just like Crimestoppers, where people in the community can call in tips in exchange for cash rewards. This program is specifically targeting illegal guns like sawed-off rifles or shotguns, weapons with illegal silences and any stolen weapons. […]

  • Duke Energy prepares to keep power on through hurricane season

    There are just about two weeks until hurricane season, and right now there are spring storms to contend with too. This time of year can bring downed trees and power outages, so crews from Duke Energy are making preparations now. Across the Piedmont, the power company is working on upgrading the power grid. They are installing technology that will help keep the power on during a storm and get it restored more quickly if the power does go out. Some […]

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