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
  • Thomasville boy hit by car last month home from hospital in time for holidays

    THOMASVILLE, N.C. — The mother of a 12-year-old who was hit by a car while rollerblading last month is speaking publicly for the first time since it happened. “I couldn’t even get to the ambulance you know, there were so many cars because of traffic so I took off running for dear life. It was very bad,” said Jennifer Calloway, Rodney Trivette’s mom. A feeding tube, brain surgery to remove a blood clot and around-the-clock care was needed for Rodney. […]

  • ‘Grinch’ tampers with Christmas decorations in downtown Thomasville

    THOMASVILLE, N.C. — A grinch tampering with Christmas decorations in downtown Thomasville. The Thomasville Beautification Committee tells FOX8 the decorations surrounding East Main Street and Cate’s Alley have been up since Nov. 23. On Saturday night a committee member noticed one of the trees that line Cate’s Alley was missing along with a couple extension cords that power the lights. “We came down to see the displays in the window,” said Billy Freeman, accompanied by his daughter and granddaughter. The […]

  • High Point grandmother moves into new home after losing all of her belongings in a fire

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — Weeks after losing all of her belongings in a fire, a High Point grandmother learned there’s a deeper meaning to the season of giving. Sonya Cureton had just moved into her home with her three grandchildren in early November. Less than 24 hours after moving everything in, her house caught fire. When FOX8 first met Cureton, she watched as firefighters hosed down a pile of burning insulation in her front yard. The only thing to make […]

  • 4 juveniles arrested after Davidson County deputies find them in stolen car

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — Four juveniles were arrested after Davidson County deputies found them in a stolen car. The car was reportedly taken from outside a High Point daycare after police say a mother left it running while picking up her daughter. This is one of three thefts in the city recently. Another one happened at the Speedway on North Main Street. Shalonda Hayman is used to working late nights, but Monday’s shift was especially exhausting. She stopped at the […]

  • Triad’s first indoor dog park and pub looking for a new home

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Triad’s first indoor dog park and pub is looking for a new home. The Barking Deck is just weeks away from its one-year anniversary since opening last January. Now the owners say their days at the South Walnut Circle location in Greensboro are numbered. The co-founders, Paula and Keith Dozier, have until Feb. 19 to vacate the building. They say the problem is that no one wants to lease space for an indoor dog park, even with […]

  • Archdale continues development for expected growth in population

    ARCHDALE, N.C. — To some, paper and pipe cleaners are for art projects. But some city leaders see them as ways to represent the future. “We know we’re going to grow. It’s a community along two interstate highways that’s just asking for growth,” said Zeb Holden, Archdale city manager. Archdale was formed only 50 years ago and around 12,000 people live there. “We expect within the next 15 to 20 years that number will increase to about 15,000,” Holden said. […]

  • Green Level community in shock after armed robbery at gas station; suspects still on the loose

    GREEN LEVEL, N.C. — The men who tied up a gas station cashier and pistol-whipped him are still on the loose. Alamance County deputies say the pair robbed a Green Level gas station at gunpoint Monday night. FOX8 reached out to Citgo employees and they declined an interview. Cormic Rone, the husband of a cashier at the gas station, said the robbery was unusual in this small town and that even with all the surveillance cameras, sometimes that’s not enough. In […]

  • 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 […]

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