Lex Juarez

Lex Juarez joined the WFXG news team as a multimedia journalist in June 2018. Lex graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Broadcast and Electronic Journalism. During her time at UNC, she was highly involved in award-winning, student-run broadcasts and worked at WRAL in Raleigh as a News Production Assistant. Lex also interned at stations in both North Carolina and Texas and had the opportunity through those to cover rallies during the 2016 election, the aftermath of natural disasters and breaking news. Lex is a proud member of Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority and loves to spend time volunteering, soaking up the sun, and singing karaoke. She loves to meet new people and hear their stories—and would love to get any tips from you. You can email her at ljuarez@wfxg.com or follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

Recent Articles by Lex

Medical College of Georgia is Igniting the Dream of Medicine for hundreds

Augusta University holds their 11th annual half marathon

Neighbor helps man after drive-by shooting

Community blood drive being held to honor retired teacher who has cancer

Horizon Foundation honors Jay Jefferies with Humanitarian Award

UPDATE: Grovetown horse owner charged with cruelty to animals

Veterinarian says horses did suffer some neglect, but some stories floating around the community are exaggeration

Local bar responds to backlash after not letting shooting victim inside

Man killed in Augusta shooting identified

Local bakery holds couple’s cake decorating for Valentine’s Day

Timms Harley-Davidson of Augusta raises almost $1,000 for burn foundation

Waffle House hosting special Valentine’s Day dinner

Three parks under construction in Columbia County

North Augusta High School coach’s program helps prepare student athletes for college

Paine College celebrates its accreditation

Medical conference prepares rural practitioners for emergencies

Paine College’s Homecoming slogan “perfect” for circumstances

Augusta 911 Center recognized nationally

Burke County moving forward with animal control plans

Farmhaus Owner accused of discrimination