Shaquille Lord

Shaquille "Shaq" Lord joined the WFXG FOX 54 news team as a multimedia journalist in May 2016. Shaq graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Journalism. During college, he was an active member of the student news broadcast and school news paper. He had several internships in college including Time Warner Cable News in Charlotte, NC where he was a reporting intern. Shaq was born in the West Indian Islands of Trinidad & Tobago and moved to the United States at the age of 6. He then lived in New York until he moved to Charlotte, NC to finish high school. He said growing up experiencing different cultures started his passion a career as a reporter. When Shaq is not chasing the latest news, he loves to work out, spend time with family, volunteer, and root for the Giants and Panthers. He is an active member of the National Association of Black Journalist (NABJ). If you have any story ideas or would like to say hello, you can contact Shaq on Twitter @ShaqLordWFXG or by email slord@wfxg.com.

Recent Articles by Shaquille

District 5 Seat in Richmond Co. still vacant after no passing vote on temporary nominee’s

Runoff Election expected to have large turnout in Richmond County

Single car accident claims the life of one person in Beech Island

iHeartmedia collecting donations for Operation Hand-warmer

No public safety meetings held to address fire department allegations

Parks & Rec. Department implements “All In” initiative to maintain cemeteries

Burke County Sheriff’s Office hosts DUI/Sobriety Course for law enforcement officers

No injuries reported in fire at personal care home in Evans

Richmond County deputy charged with DUI, hit-and-run resigns

TRAFFIC ALERT: Minor injuries being reported in crash on I-20

Cyber expert warns holiday online shoppers to be cautious of scammers

Augusta Leaders approve 2019 budget; Sheriff’s Office receives funding to pay department

Augusta Leaders honor District 5 Commissioner Andrew Jefferson by giving family special plaque

Missing teen from Ft. Gordon found

Windsor man dead after single car crash in Aiken

Mayor responds to the complaints directed towards Fire Department

Commission looking to cut other department positions to fund Sheriff’s Office

Richmond County Leaders looking to improve the maintenance for its cemeteries

Commissioner Andrew Jefferson laid to rest

Millennial vote a big factor in 2018 Midterm Elections