Stephanie Lopez

Stephanie Lopez is a morning anchor/reporter at WFXG. She's excited to help you start your day every morning. She's passionate about the community, bringing you all the info you need to know and getting to the heart of any story. Stephanie is a bilingual journalist. She comes to WFXG after working as a reporter at WTVD in Raleigh - Durham, NC, where her work was featured on World News Tonight, Good Morning America and ABC News Owned Stations across the United States. Prior to that, she also worked in Raleigh, NC as a freelance reporter at Univision Noticias 40. A proud Tar Heel, she graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in journalism and mass communications and a concentration in broadcast. While in school, she interned at the Brian Ross Investigative Unit at ABC News in New York, NY, the Beach Channel in Miami, FL and WTVD. A native of Miami, FL, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her family, going to the beach and sipping Cuban coffee. You can keep with Stephanie by following her on Facebook and Twitter. If you have a story you'd like to tell her, send an email to slopez@wfxg.com.

Recent Articles by Stephanie

H54K: Butler High senior accepted to 18 colleges, earns $252K in scholarships

H54K: Augusta 13 year-old joins national soccer league in Columbia after beating health challenges

H54K: Augusta 15 year-old nationally ranked in fencing

H54K: Augusta 17 year-old helps create 3D printed instruments

Missing Richmond County woman found safe

H54K: Augusta 10 year-old creates paintings that are “bigger” than herself

H54K: Columbia County 9 year-old becomes a published author

H54K: Davidson Fine Arts student excelling three times over

H54K: Augusta 11-year-old excels at 2 art schools

Bicyclist struck by car on Wrightsboro Road

Hurricane Michael: Images coming in from social media

Blues musician Tas Cru donates guitars to local children

HIgh 5 4 Kids: Augusta 16 year-old finds herself in dance

High 5 4 Kids: Aiken teen receives awards for helping community and top grades

Aiken carriage museum to re-open next month

H54K: Augusta teen finds artistic inspiration everywhere

Three suspects wanted for theft at CVS in Grovetown

H54K: Augusta 17 year-old release his own music album

High 5 4 Kids: Nate Craine

High 5 4 Kids: Columbia County teen teaches kids to recycle, receives top honor