After moving around the country for the last 4 years, I am proud to call the Queen City home.
As a lifelong fan of motorsports, Charlotte has always been a place where I wanted to live and work. I am originally from cold and snowy Rochester, New York. My career started in 2012 at WBKO-TV in Bowling Green, Kentucky. I was a general assignment reporter, but was able to cover many motorsports stories. I was the first reporter inside the GM Corvette Assembly plant to see the brand new Corvette C7 being built. In 2013, I made the move to the Midwest and WICS-TV. I continued to cover motorsports whenever I could, including the ARCA Racing Series at the Illinois State Fair. I was ecstatic when FOX 46 called and I made the move to Charlotte.
While I enjoy the motorsports this area has to offer, I am glad to also be telling the stories of those in our community. While not chasing stories I enjoy working out, checking out the city and exploring new restaurants. I love hearing from viewers. Feel free to e-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions continue to surround the retirement of Chief Kerr Putney after FOX 46 was told by the state that the plan is not legal.
More accusers have come forward against a Gaston County pastor, saying he sexually assaulted them, and those victims may get the opportunity to tell their story in court soon.
A Gaston County assistant principal cried in court as she appeared before a judge to try and get her bond reduced.
The fight to move what parents are calling a dangerous bus stop continues in South Charlotte. Parents tell FOX 46 their request to move the stop was denied by CMS leaders. Now, parents are looking make an appeal to district and transportation leaders.
Parents are frustrated over what they are calling a dangerous bus stop at a busy intersection in south Charlotte. They've taken their concerns to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.
At least two teens are accused of tearing up Rock Hill parks in the overnight hours causing thousands of dollars in damage. Investigators from the Rock Hill Police Department say they have been responding to vandalism calls in and around Cherry Park since May.
Work will resume on the Hawthorne Lane Bridge Monday night. CATS leaders say drivers on Independence Boulevard should expect overnight lane closures. Construction on the bridge has been at a standstill for almost a year.
A strike is happening Friday morning in Union County. School bus drivers there say they're looking for better wages.
Charlotte drivers heading to and from Uptown on North Tryon Street need to be aware of a major change.
An ATV rider remains in the hospital after being hit by a LYNX Blue Line train in South End. Investigators tell FOX 46 Charlotte it appears the rider went around a car, then around the stop arm before being hit by the train. Officers from CMPD say the rider was not wearing a helmet.