Michelle Wolf joined the FOX8 team in July 2019 as a reporter.

She comes to the Triad from Quincy, Illinois, where she reported, produced and anchored for KHQA News.

Prior to working in the Midwest, Michelle attended Penn State University (WE ARE!) and holds a degree in Broadcast Journalism and Italian.

She loves telling people’s stories and telling them right. She truly feels like journalism is her calling.

Michelle was born and raised in the Philadelphia area and is an avid Eagles fan.

She is excited to be back East and can’t wait to explore the Triad with her Siberian Husky, Kodak. (Yes, he is named after Kodak Pictures!)

When she’s not at work, she can be found exploring the outdoors with Kodak or whipping up one of her grandmother’s recipes in the kitchen.


Recent Articles
  • Surveillance video shows chase when man stole ambulance in Greensboro, officials say

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Surveillance video shows authorities speeding down the street after an ambulance was stolen in Guilford County from Cone Health Wesley Long Hospital Saturday evening, police say. Daniel Williams, 25, is accused of stealing the ambulance, hitting a Greensboro patrol car that was trying to recover the ambulance then leading highway patrol officials on a chase. The officer suffered minor injuries and a highway patrol vehicle was also damaged. The damage total is $4,000. At one point, Williams […]

  • New NCDOT plan could bring traffic to South Main Street in High Point

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — Less than 24 hours after the Sheetz on South Main Street in High Point closed, city leaders are discussing a plan to bring more traffic to the area. A city council member tells FOX8 that there will be a new highway interchange just feet from the Sheetz. The hope is that it will draw traffic to the area and make it more attractive for businesses, and in turn bring more people to the area. Crews took gas […]

  • Triad fire department training to use drone for more successful rescues

    LEWISVILLE, N.C. — Technology is transforming the way rescue crews do their job and is leading to more lives saved. Many of us may think of drones as a popular gift or a way to take your photography skills to new heights. But now a Triad fire department has jumped in on the trend. The Lewisville Fire Department has spent the last few months training to use its drone with seven firefighters now FAA certified. “Learning to fly, as well as […]

  • Craigslist puppy ad scams people out of thousands; suspect may be from Thomasville

    THOMASVILLE, N.C. — Dozens of people are looking for answers after being scammed by a Craigslist ad claiming to sell purebred puppies. The ad has popped up in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. The suspect may actually be from Thomasville. Police tell FOX8 they’ve already received a few calls from people who fell for the scam. A few weeks ago Sarah Silkwood saw an ad on Craigslist for Cane Corso puppies. Sarah says she contacted the seller and paid […]

  • Winston-Salem couple lose home, 30 years of memories in house fire

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A couple now out of the hospital after losing their home in a fire in Winston-Salem. The fire started in the kitchen Saturday morning on the 1800 block of South Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. An innocent attempt to stay warm, 76-year-old Mike Smith turned on his gas stove after a neighborhood power outage left the house chilly Saturday. He says a deep fryer left on the stove started to overheat. “It burned a hole in it […]

  • Couple without home after firefighters put out house fire in Winston-Salem

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A couple is without a home after firefighters put out a house fire in Winston-Salem Saturday. Linda Smith, 54, lived in the house with her husband, Mike, 75, who is in a wheelchair. One of them was rescued and both were taken to the hospital. They were both released on Sunday. Fire officials responded to the call at 10:09 a.m. and several pets were rescued. Firefighters put out the house fire in the 1800 block of Martin […]

  • Black Friday dawns in the Triad as shoppers flock to the stores

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Thanksgiving is now over and holiday shopping is in full swing. As shoppers are hitting the stores for the best Black Friday deals, FOX8 caught up with a few at Target on New Garden Road in Greensboro. Alec Wiseman really wanted a 65-inch TV but didn’t want to pay full price. He was the first person in line at Target on Thanksgiving and claimed his spot at 2 p.m., three hours before the store opened at 5 […]

  • High point mom shares powerful message about safe driving after daughter’s crash

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — A High Point family is sharing a powerful message to remember this Thanksgiving. They have a warning for teen drivers after they say their 16-year-old daughter lost control of her car on Westchester Drive Monday and crashed. FOX8 met the teen’s parents at Brenner Children’s Hospital where their daughter is recovering from her injuries. They told FOX8 she was driving to work when the crash happened. Police told the family it was a miracle no one […]

  • Neighbor describes shock over 80-year-old man hit, killed by car with frost on windshield in High Point

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — It’s something we all deal with on these cold mornings, a thin sheet of ice on our vehicle’s windows. If we don’t take the time to let the defrosters do their work our vision will be blocked on the roads. That’s exactly what High Point police said happened to one driver and it ended up taking the life of 80-year-old Ronald Adams on his morning walk. On Thursday, Adam and his wife, Miriam, were walking down Dover […]

  • Driver on road without defrosting windshield hits, kills High Point man, report says

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — A man is dead and woman was hurt when they were hit by a driver on the road without defrosting her windshield, according to a police report and family of the victims. At about 7:44 a.m. Thursday, officers responded to the 2300 block of Dover Place, near Merrimon Place. Officers believe 80-year-old Ronald Max Adams and his wife, 77-year-old Miriam Ellen Adams, both of High Point, were walking in the northbound lane of Dover Place when […]

  • City leaders push for more parking in High Point

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — People say the lack of parking in High Point is a daily struggle. “You can’t even go downtown. There’s no parking,” said Michael Davarachvili, who often travels to High Point for work. “The parking decks fill up almost immediately. The spaces out here fill up immediately,” said Kasey Nichols, a student at High Point University and employee at Penny Path Cafe and Crepe Shop. Its complaints like these that are pushing High Point city leaders to […]

  • Canine upper respiratory illness spikes in the Triad

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Local veterinarians tell FOX8 a contagious infection they call “Canine Upper Respiratory Infectious Disease” is hitting the Triad. “In as many years as I’ve been practicing, I’ve never seen the cases come in this high of numbers,” said Dr. Rebecca Slivka, a veterinarian at Northwood Animal Hospital. Catching a ball and chasing squirrels at the park is a dream to most dogs. But a contagious infection is keeping some dogs out of the park. “I’m just fearful […]

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