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
  • ‘Schools our kids deserve:’ Guilford County teachers picket over funding from state budget stalemate

    It’s been more than 130 days without a state budget, and local educators say they are feeling the impact while they wait for the funding. Teachers at about a dozen schools across Guilford County joined Wednesday morning in a statewide Red4Ed demonstration, picketing outside of schools. Teachers say they are frustrated waiting for the state budget to pass. In the meantime, they are operating under last year’s budget which they say was not enough then and is not enough now. […]

  • Randolph County getting ready to roll out new crime prevention program

    RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Law enforcement in Randolph County are getting ready to roll out a new way to crack down on violent crime in the community. It’s called Project Safe Neighborhood. It’s the same program in place in other areas of the Triad, including High Point and Davidson County, and it has proven successful at decreasing violent crime rates. The basis of the program is identifying the people in the community who are most at risk of either committing […]

  • High Point police see success with approach to domestic violence cases

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — It’s time to speak up. That’s the message behind Domestic Violence Awareness month. It’s a time to raise awareness and show support for the victims and the organizations that aid people in our community dealing with this crime. FOX8’s Lindsay Tuman spoke with the High Point Police Department about their efforts to fight against domestic violence. High Point police use a different method for domestic violence offenders. It’s called the Offender Focused Domestic Violence Initiative, or […]

  • Family Justice Center in High Point celebrates one year

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — It’s been one year since the Family Justice Center in High Point opened its doors, and int that time they’ve helped thousands of people. The center serves as a one-stop shop offering a variety of resources during a time of crisis. It could be legal aid, assistance from law enforcement, help getting a restraining order, shelter services, and more. It serves a wide range of people, too. “Folks come into the Family Justice Center for all […]

  • Emmy’s House helps children in Randolph County

    RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — The time after a crime, especially one like child abuse or sexual assault, can be incredibly challenging for the victims and their families. A new approach to handling the aftermath is helping in communities like Randolph County. Emmy’s House, a children’s advocacy center, opened in March 2018. It took a long time to get there though. A local police officer first brought up the idea for the center to the Randolph County Family Crisis Center after […]

  • Davidson County Family Services to hold vigil to honor lives lost to domestic violence

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It’s supposed to be a time to reflect on the lives lost and to help shine a light on the violence many people face in their homes. There are events all across the Piedmont this month. Davidson County Family Services is holding three vigils to honor the lives lost. The organization says it’s important to raise awareness for something that plagues so many families. Last year, 135 women, children and men came to the […]

  • ‘We fight for students’; Guilford County teachers picket over state budget stalemate

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Lawmakers have been at an impasse on the state budget for three months. It’s left a lot of people in limbo, including local educators. Before school on Wednesday morning, some Guilford County educators took a stand. They picketed up and down the sidewalk between Ferndale Middle School and High Point Central High School before school began. Their message is about passing a state budget to help better public schools. Now these educators are chanting – what […]

  • Greensboro Women’s Resource Center holding its biggest fundraiser

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Greensboro Women’s Resource Center has had its doors open for almost 25 years, serving thousands of women in the community. This weekend the organization is holding its biggest fundraiser: Men Can Cook. The event raises around $100,000 and that money helps keep the center running. Each year around 9,000 women use the center for a variety of resources. The mission of the center is to promote self-reliance by providing services and connecting women to partnerships in […]

  • ‘We just started praying’: Man recounts moments tornado tore through Emerald Isle

    EMERALD ISLE, N.C. — Some areas along the North Carolina coast are seeing damage from Hurricane Dorian even before the storm makes it’s way up the coast. Officials say a waterspout came onto the ground in Emerald Isle. It destroyed dozens of homes in the area and left a trail of destruction. “I was around, I was in my office at the Holiday Travel Park Resort. My daughter came in, then my grandson came in, and just yelled, ‘Tornado! Tornado! […]

  • Elon Elementary opens new building for new school year

    ELON, N.C. — Students have plenty of new things to get used to during the first week of school, especially when they find themselves inside a brand new building. Since 1956 Elon Elementary School was surrounded by students, specifically college students. The elementary school was in the middle of Elon University. Now students have more room on a campus of their own that’s located off Walker Road. The new school was built for the 770 students who walk the halls […]

  • Guilford County’s Camp Hope helps kids affected by domestic violence heal

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Summer camp is usually a place for kids to make new memories, friends and maybe learn something about themselves. At one special camp in the Triad, kids are doing something else too, they’re healing. This is the third year the Guilford County Family Justice Center has hosted Camp Hope, and it’s the biggest year yet. Walking into Camp Hope, you hear the laughter, the camp songs and the constant hum of camp life. “Well, really everything […]

  • Students at Academy at Smith in Greensboro start new year with new program

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — It’s already time to hit the books again for some Guilford County students. Students at the Early College at Guilford, Greensboro College Middle College, Middle College at Bennett, Middle College at GTCC in Greensboro, High Point and Jamestown, Middle College at N.C. A&T State University, Middle College at UNCG, STEM Early College at N.C. A&T State University, Kearns Academy and the Academy at Smith all went back today. The first day of school at the Academy at […]

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