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
  • Local group addresses human trafficking in the Piedmont Triad

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — We’re hearing about human trafficking more frequently in the state and in the Piedmont Triad. It’s a crime law enforcement are starting to learn more techniques about how to fight and using new methods to do it. Human trafficking is when someone is forced into labor or forced to have sex for money. And it’s something local law enforcement is seeing in our community. One local non-profit is working to combat it. “What we are seeing in […]

  • Wake Forest researchers tackle how to make football safer for kids

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Each year more than 3 million children go to the hospital for sports-related injuries, including brain trauma. A team of researchers working at Wake Forest Baptist Health is working on finding ways to keeps your kids safe on the field. Practice makes perfect, but is trying to perfect certain plays a bad practice? That’s what Dr. Joel Stitzel and his team at Wake Forest Baptist Health are trying to tackle. “I think our first goal is to […]

  • Guilford County Schools tests out One Card system for kids to scan into school

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Guilford County Schools are testing a way to keep a close eye on your students and make their lives a little easier. The GCS One Card has been in use at seven schools in High Point for just about four months. Every morning at Allen Jay Preparatory Middle School, there’s a routine. “We shake Dr. Wheat’s hand, and then we stop at the kiosk and your picture will be facing you. And then you walk through, […]

  • Winter means time to test for radon, cancer-causing gas natural to Piedmont

    You can’t see it or smell it, and you might never know it’s there. Radon is a naturally occurring gas found throughout about half of the Piedmont. It can be deadly. The gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer nationwide. The winter months are the best time to test for the substance because windows and doors are less likely to be open, and fans and air conditioning units are not running. That makes testing easier. You could be […]

  • Forsyth County leaders begin planning Family Justice Center for abuse survivors

    FORSYTH COUNTY, N.C. — Leaders in Forsyth County are taking a step forward to help victims of family violence. It’s part of an effort to build a center to help those who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child and elder abuse. Law enforcement, local government, and the Family Services all came together for a community forum to discuss creating a Family Justice Center in Forsyth County. Alliance for HOPE International, a group from San Diego came to help […]

  • Parents and students rally to keep Winston-Salem school open

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Families whose children attend a Piedmont school are praying it will find a way to stay open next year. The Winston-Salem Christian School recently got word that the Winston-Salem First Church is selling its property and ending its support of the school. On the web page for Winston-Salem First, they said they decided to sell the school and discontinue their partnership. “Independent of our decision to sell our property, our leadership reached the decision to end our […]

  • Young man focusing on recovery months after fiery Davidson County crash

    DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — We hear the same message all the time, don’t drink and drive. During the holidays, law enforcement is out in full force, warning you not to get behind the wheel if you have been drinking. It’s important to remember the consequences for driving impaired don’t stop with the driver. For Cody Carlson, each scar and each surgery serve as a reminder for how close the 23-year-old came to not being here this Christmas. “I don’t think […]

  • Cyber Monday expected to bring in big deals and savings for local businesses

    The countdown is on for some big shopping deals. Cyber Monday is expected to bring in big deals and savings, but it’s not all about the big retailers. Local stores are hoping to get plenty of clicks as well. Small Business Saturday is in the books, but local stores have their eyes set on another day of deals. “We email promotions a lot, a lot of Facebook and Instagram, just trying to put little promotions on that,” said Danielle Hoover, […]

  • High Point community pushes for peace after recent shootings

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — From canvassing for information to pushing for peace, the community in High Point made efforts on Tuesday to stop violence after a weekend of shootings. The crimes happened just blocks apart. This weekend’s homicide was the 18th this year. Police, school staff, city leaders and homeowners all say they’ve had enough. “And when we lose one, we stop and we mourn, and we continue the march to a safe and prosperous Southside,” said Tony Collins, the […]

  • 3 people bitten by dog at Guilford County Animal Shelter; dog euthanized

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — On Saturday, a dog being evaluated to see if it had the right behavior to be rescued bit two employees and a volunteer at the Guilford County Animal Shelter. Jorge Ortega is the animal shelter director. He says when you work with animals, there’s always a risk. “We’re trying to mitigate these things from happening in the future but it’s hard when you’re operating in a very tight spot,” Ortega said. Ortega said part of the problem […]

  • Drivers prepare for 17-month Business 40 closure

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Work on Business 40 is officially underway for the next year and a half. Starting on Monday, routes and detours will really be put to the test. A Department of Transportation spokesperson said things went pretty well over the weekend, the only place that had a few hiccups was Peters Creek Parkway by I-40. Each day, around 80,000 people use Business 40, and roughly 100,000 drivers use I-40, so starting Monday, traffic could nearly double on the […]

  • Community gathers to pay respects to Greensboro officer killed in line of duty

    GREENSBORO, N.C. – Hundreds of family, friends and law enforcement officers gathered to pay their respects to Greensboro Police Officer Jared Franks as he was laid to rest on Saturday. Franks was 24 years old when he died while responding to a call for a possible robbery last Saturday. Franks was trying to avoid hitting another patrol car and crashed his patrol car into the foundation of a home. “His whole life was focused on serving his community. And he […]

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