Jenyne Donaldson began her career at FOX46 in September of 2016, just one day before a deadly police shooting sparked protests gripping the city and the nation’s attention.
Jenyne has a passion for people and believes in giving a voice to the community. To her “Getting Results” is a true labor of love, that she has been able to deliver most notably with Army Veteran Edmund Baines to whom she helped get a life-saving kidney transplant.
Born in Philadelphia and raised in a nearby suburb, Jenyne started her news career as a Production Assistant and grew into the role of an Assignment Editor at CBS 3, Philly’s first tv station. There she helped the newsroom win an Emmy Award for News Excellence and worked on major stories including Hurricanes Irene and Sandy, the Penn State Sex Assault, and sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Before joining FOX 46, Jenyne worked at WTVM in Columbus, Ga. As the only morning reporter in the market she set the tone and pace for the day covering major breaking news, for her station as well as stations across the south, many making national headlines. Her most memorable story was covering President Obama’s Speech at the 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Selma, Al. There Jenyne immersed herself in the community by co-creating a mentorship program for high schoolers, volunteering with local organizations and being a champion for veterans.
Jenyne started her on-air career in Wichita Falls where she extensively covered the major drought threatening thousands of North Central Texans. While she doesn’t miss the heat she does miss the barbecue.
Haas hired Jason Blair to hang Christmas decorations outside her Fort Mill home. Wednesday their world was turned upside down when Blair fell from a ladder head first onto the concrete.
There is something in your life that may force you to spend more money this holiday season: Your smartphone. With most retailers offering quick payment methods like Apple and Google pay at no extra charge, you just scan and go.
Crews and runners are getting ready tonight with the 15th Annual Charlotte Marathon taking place Saturday morning.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education approved salary increases for teachers, assistant principals, principals and all other employees in a special called meeting Nov. 15. The Board also approved the addition of 72 student-support positions district-wide.
Crews were working in bitterly cold weather across Charlotte to fix multiple water main breaks, hoping to dry up the roads before temperatures drop below freezing. City officials said the weather is what caused the pipes to burst.
A water main break on Providence Mill Road in Maiden left a community without water for more than 10 hours.
The Fort Mill Scarecrow Crawl is bringing crowds of all ages to Main Street where businesses, families and church groups have poured their creativity into making the most likeable scarecrow.
The South Carolina man indicated that he was afraid that he would be blamed for his mother and aunt's death and that is why he did not contact authorities.
Upon arrival, a male victim was treated by Medic and pronounced dead on the scene. The victim was later identified as 16-year-old Fabrizio Davalos.