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
  • Extreme heat delays Piedmont sporting events

    JAMESTOWN, N.C. — For the past few days, temperatures have hit the 90s, forcing Guilford County Schools to turn to its warm weather procedures in October. If the heat reading gets over 88 degrees, athletes have to stay off the field. That was the case for Thursday night’s JV football practice at Ragsdale High School. FOX8 was on the field as athletic trainers used a wet bulb globe thermometer to test the turf. It follows wind direction and monitors humidity, giving […]

  • Drive-by shootings have Thomasville neighbors searching for a solution

    THOMASVILLE, N.C. — Two drive-by shootings have happened in two days, less than a mile apart, in Thomasville. Police are investigating to see if the crimes are connected. People in the community are searching for a solution to the violence. The latest shots hit a home in the 900 block of Tremont Street just after 8 p.m. Tuesday. FOX8 checked with Thomasville officers and they are working to name a suspect after talking to people in the neighborhood. It’s a […]

  • Lexington woman loses everything in fire; coworkers step up to help

    LEXINGTON, N.C. — A woman’s Davidson County home burned and everything inside was destroyed. The fire happened on Harrington Avenue Friday night and 20 years of memories burned away inside the home. “There were a lot of tears. There were a lot of messages,” said Sara Jones, Employee Training Coordinator at Cracker Barrel. “It was just a very sad day.” 65-year-old Lois Baker walked away from the fire and turned to her work family for support. “The first thing she […]

  • High Point leaders break ground on $80 million development project

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — One day after High Point University announced its 10-year growth plan, the city of High Point broke ground on an $80 million development project. City leaders say it’s a way to move the city forward. The BB&T Point will be at the center of it all. There will be five new buildings surrounding the park that will open up more choices for people to eat and shop. What is now open space around BB&T Point will […]

  • Surveillance video captures teens running from gunfire in Burlington

    BURLINGTON, N.C. — Chaos from all angles. “Kids in the parking lot crying, still running across from the city park,” said David Johnson. David Johnson’s in-laws own the Fairway One Stop where kids ran to after shots were fired outside a birthday party at Thataways Saturday night. “There were state troopers and Burlington police everywhere,” Johnson said. David says his wife was surprised to hear gunshots. “This is an absolute safe area nothing ever goes on here except for petty […]

  • Guilford County mom in disbelief after son’s bus does not show up to take him to school

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — A Guilford County mom is in disbelief after her son’s school bus failed to take him to school Wednesday — and it’s not the first time. The problem began last week. After numerous calls and messages to Guilford County Schools transportation and little to no response, this mom is running out of options. Rebecca Renteria’s son walks over to his bus stop just before 7 a.m. His bus is scheduled to arrive by 7:05 a.m. As […]

  • Guilford County bus driver speaks out about long shifts, low pay

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C — Parents complain every school year about buses not showing up and kids being late to school. Now it’s the bus drivers who are talking. FOX8 spoke to one driver whose been behind the wheel for almost two decades. She tells us the long shifts, extra workload and low pay have turned a job she loves into one that is just too exhausting. 71-year-old Betty Thacker became a bus driver because she loves kids and could see […]

  • ‘She didn’t even slow down’: Man hit by car while trying to save dog in Gibsonville

    GIBSONVILLE, N.C. — A Piedmont man was hit by a car while walking his dog. It happened on Monday on Bethel Street in Gibsonville. Kyle Everett was walking his dog, Nala, along the side of the road. A loud truck spooked her while they were crossing the street, and she froze. Unfortunately, she stopped in the middle of the street. Everett said he saw a car coming down the hill. “I’m waving my hand like, ‘Stop,’ and I’m trying to […]

  • High Point Christian Academy student receives warm welcome back to school after brain surgery

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — A High Point 16-year-old returned to school just two weeks after having brain surgery. Maxx DeFord will never forget what happened this summer. He traveled to Costa Rica and then Israel. He felt something was off in Israel. “I started getting headaches every day and then all throughout the summer I had headaches,” the High Point Christian Academy junior said. His headaches worsened and he started having double vision. Then came the news, he would need surgery […]

  • Vaping puts Greensboro man in intensive care unit at hospital

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Hospitals in the Triad have seen a spike in the number of patients admitted for pulmonary disease caused by vaping. A man who wanted to share his story, but not be identified, has been in a hospital for the last week. He told FOX8 he was perfectly healthy until he started vaping six months ago. “Just literally felt like I was suffocating. I could not breathe,” he said. At 34-years-old, the man never thought he would be […]

  • Graham Walks movement puts feet on the street with walking challenge

    GRAHAM, N.C. — Obesity is the highest it’s been in North Carolina history. The state currently sits in the top half of obesity rates in the country. One local city is getting creative helping people battle the bulge and making it tougher for you not to exercise. Melody Wiggins has built a life around health and wellness. “Our obesity rates in our youth and adults is staggering,” said Wiggins, of Shamrock Nutrition. 32% of adults in the state are obese, a […]

  • Two children attacked by rabid fox at Lexington bus stop

    LEXINGTON, N.C. — Two children were attacked at a school bus stop in Lexington. Now health officials are confirming the animal involved represents Davidson county’s fifth case of rabies this year. The children were waiting for their school bus Friday morning when a fox suddenly ran out of the woods right up to the kids. It shredded one child’s backpack and bit through another’s shoe. The incident happened right outside American Children’s Home. A staff member immediately got the kids […]

Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.