Theo Dorsey joined the FOX8 family March 2019 as a reporter.

It’s a welcome to the Piedmont Triad for the Missouri City, Texas, native, but NASCAR country is far from his first lap in the South.

He comes to North Carolina after a 4-year stint in Georgia where he was the Sports Director at WALB News 10.

In 2018, The Georgia Associations of Broadcasters named him “Best Sports Reporter.” In 2017, Theo won 2nd place for “Best sports” from the Georgia Associated Press Media Editors.

From The Masters to the 2018 SEC Championship, Theo had his fair share of fun talking sports in the Peach State.

He also covered some of the tragic storms that impacted South Georgia, including the tornadoes of 2017 and Hurricane Michael’s landfall in 2018.

A month before landing in Georgia, Theo graduated from Hampton University in 2015.

At his “Home by the Sea” in Virginia, Theo won the Dean’s award as the top senior in the Journalism School, was runner-up in the national AOL Sports Search for the next great sportscaster, journeyed through the Sports Journalism Institute (Class of ’13) and interned at several outlets including NBC Sports, AOL Sports and ESPN Radio 97.5.

Theo lives by his mother’s scripture for him (1 Corinthians 2:9) and feels the best is ahead of him. He’s pumped to call the Triad home!

Recent Articles
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  • Historic Grimes Brothers mill building in downtown Lexington needs repairs

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  • Security guards reflect on Asheboro nightclub shooting

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  • Milton Rhodes Center for Arts spending $2.2 million on renovations

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts is encouraging local artists by spending $2.2 million on renovations. Kathy Grace, a ceramics artist, will have her work available in the new community gift shop, which is just one of the many new areas inside the center. “It’s changed dramatically,” said Judi Russell, who has 11 of her pieces for sale in the gift shop. As a local artist, she is thrilled about the evolution. “Winston-Salem is known as […]

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    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — This fall, Jaylen Brown will walk into his senior year at Winston-Salem State University with a new appreciation for every step he takes. “I didn’t realize how much I didn’t appreciate it,” Brown said. On Dec. 19, 2018, a head-on collision left Brown with a broken hip socket and a pelvic fracture. He was unable to walk. “I never lost my faith through none of it,” he said. On March 5, he took his first steps with his […]

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  • Man looks to help educate Alamance County inmates one book at a time

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