Stephanie Doyle, executive producer of digital media, joined the FOX8 news team in August 2014.

She is an award-winning journalist with stops at several newspapers, lastly The Orlando Sentinel. She since has served as publisher of a regional magazine, e-communications manager at a large nonprofit in Kentucky, and communications director at a busy Florida medical center.

The South Carolina Press Association awarded Doyle for her medical writing and her education writing was honored by the Illinois Press Association. At The Orlando Sentinel, she received recognition for an article about struggling historic black towns, an investigative piece about swimming pools failing health inspections, breaking news coverage of out-of-control brush fires and a feature about impoverished children.

Doyle loves finding good stories, writing good stories, and sharing them across all digital platforms.

Recent Articles
  • 31st year of FOX8 Gifts for Kids runs today through Dec. 11

    The 31st year of FOX8 Gifts for Kids, a holiday campaign that collects gifts for The Salvation Armies of the Piedmont Triad by FOX8, NorthState and Lowe’s Home Improvement kicks off Nov. 1. “My wife and I have been helping families for many years in different states and the Gifts for Kids Program is second to none when it comes to helping The Salvation Army make a difference in the lives of many ‘Little Angels’ in the Triad area,” said […]

  • Pickled lemonade and deep-fried tacos: Let’s talk new eats at the Dixie Classic Fair

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The 2019 Dixie Classic Fair opens at 11 a.m. today, Oct. 4. Let’s talk food at the Fair.  This year, you’ll find sweet, savory, pickled and gummy among the new delicacies. Featured on the Food Network’s show, Carnival Eats, Jim’s Deep Fried Tacos make their first appearance at the Fair. Soft tacos are filled with spicy meats, Mac & Cheese, and veggies, dipped in beer batter and fried, producing a crispy shell and fresh crispy ingredients inside. […]

  • LIVE blog: FOX8 continues covering the tournament trail with Duke

    It’s March Madness, baby!!! Follow along with us for live updates from FOX8’s Michael Hennessey and photojournalist Kyle Gould covering Duke University in Washington, D.C.

  • Crowds flock to Martinsville Speedway for first NASCAR short-track race of the season; Keselowski wins

    RIDGEWAY, Va. — Tens of thousands of race fans flocked to Martinsville Speedway on Sunday to see the best of what NASCAR has to offer battle it out at the first short-track race of the 2019 season. NASCAR’s biggest and best tried to master Martinsville in the STP 500 — with driver Brad Keselowski coming out on top, driving the No. 2 Ford Mustang for Team Penske. Keselowski swept stages 1 and 2. He led most of stage 3, swapping […]

  • LIVE blog: FOX8 on the tournament trail with Duke and UNC

    Follow the new Duke-UNC Live Blog here! It’s March Madness, baby!!! Follow along with us for live updates from FOX8’s Kevin Connolly and photojournalist Timmy Hawks covering the University of North Carolina playing in Kansas City, Missouri… … AND … FOX8’s Michael Hennessey and photojournalist Kyle Gould covering Duke University in Washington, D.C.

  • It’s FOX8 Gifts for Kids Truck Day 2018!

    After a month of donations, FOX8’s Gifts for Kids holiday campaign came to a close Wednesday. The holiday campaign collects gifts for The Salvation Armies of the Piedmont Triad by FOX8, North State and Lowe’s Home Improvement. Thousands of toys were delivered by truck to the FOX8 studio Wednesday morning. 2018 marked the 30th year of the campaign.

  • Man shouts ‘Heil Hitler! Heil Trump!’ during performance of ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

    A man caused a commotion in a Baltimore theater after yelling “Heil Hitler! Heil Trump!” during a performance of “Fiddler on the Roof.” The outburst comes at a time of a dramatic spike in anti-Semitic incidents in the United States and follows last month’s Pittsburgh synagogue shooting in which a gunman killed 11 worshippers. “Fiddler on the Roof” is an award-winning musical based on the “Tevye” stories by Sholem Aleichem, about a Jewish family facing persecution in Tsarist Russia. The incident happened Wednesday […]

  • LIVE BLOG: Constant updates, damage video and photos from Florence

    Hurricane Florence has made landfall near Wilmington. FOX8 will update this blog throughout the week and weekend with the latest news and damage.

  • Here’s where to see a whole lot of dogs in the Piedmont Triad this weekend!

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Long-eared ones, fat ones, skinny ones, and just about any type you can imagine — hundreds are in town this week at a dog show at the Greensboro Coliseum. The Carolina Kennel Club and Greater Hickory Kennel Club are holding their annual AKC-licensed all-breed dog show today through Sunday. The Carolina Cluster Dog Show is great for the entire family, with several canine sports taking place including: Conformation, National Owner-Handler Series, My Dog Can Do That as well […]

  • Cats, cats & more cats! Photos from downtown Greensboro’s new cat cafe

      GREENSBORO, N.C. — North Carolina’s first cat cafe opened in downtown Greensboro two weeks ago and on Saturday, it was booked solid. Crooked Tail Cat Café is located at 604 S. Elm St. in the spacer formerly Crawford’s Creations. They take walk-ins but so far, the weekends have been filled mostly with those who have already made a reservation. You can do that here. At Crooked Tail, visitors can pay $10 to spend an hour in the Kitty Lounge […]

  • Lake Townsend offers fall foliage tours through Nov. 12

    BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. – Greensboro Parks and Recreation is offering hourly pontoon tours of the fall foliage around Lake Townsend from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., on weekends from Oct. 21 to Nov. 12. FOX8’s Stephanie Doyle took a tour Saturday (see photo gallery above). While the fall colors are not quite at their peak, the lake itself is a hidden gem. “Shhhh, we’re a well-kept secret,” said Clint Richardson, lake warden. He expects the fall colors around the lake […]

  • Photos: Sneak peek inside the Dixie Classic Fair

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Dixie Classic Fair takes place every fall on the Dixie Classic Fairgrounds (formerly known as the Forsyth County Fairgrounds), which is part of the Winston-Salem Entertainment-Sports Complex; the grounds are located adjacent to the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum. More than 370,000 attended the 2007 Dixie Classic Fair, which was a new attendance record. This attendance record elevated the Dixie Classic Fair to the 50th largest attended Fair in North America; it has been second only […]

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