Mary Klingler

Mary Klingler

Multimedia Journalist

Mary Klingler is a morning reporter for WFXG FOX54 News. She joined the WFXG FOX54 news team in July of 2019 and is eager to get to know Augusta and its surrounding cities.

Mary came from Auburn, Alabama, where she graduated with a bachelors degree in Journalism. She started her career in with two internships including Alabama Magazine and WBRC FOX6 News in Birmingham. Her passion for news is driven by her passion for others. She knew she wanted to be a journalist at a young age and while participating in her university’s television station, found interest in stories about local government and community issues that affect everyday people.

Motivated and determined, Mary is looking forward to finding and sharing the essential stories with the Augusta region. If you have any story ideas that you think are newsworthy, please send them over to Mary at and let her take a look.

Recent Articles by Mary

Columbia County Chamber of Commerce holds its 15th Annual Golf Tournament

  Grovetown dairy farm celebrates ten years of corn mazes

  The 26th Annual Border Bash is coming to SRP Park Friday

  The global water crisis: A South Carolina teen works to make a difference

2019 Westobou Festival is happening now

Evans Varsity Cross Country Team takes the top three spots in the Roller Invitational on Saturday

  Westobou Festival has Artists adding some color to the walls of Downtown Augusta

  Augusta preps for 12th annual Westobou Festival

C.T. Walker Magnet School was named a National Blue Ribbon school for exemplary high performance

  Dads were on duty at Deer Chase Elementary School Friday morning

Walton Options will celebrate their 25th anniversary on Thursday

  iPhone 11 release: Apple fanatics line up in Augusta to get the new smartphone

Follow up: Ten suspects indicted in connection to a Medicaid and Medicare scam in the CSRA

  Local artist puts life back into old, unwanted bicycle parts

  Get ready for some fun in the mud: Fort Gordon’s Marine Mud Challenge is Saturday!

Downtown Augusta’s Miller Theater hosts Rumours, a Fleetwood Mac Tribute on Thursday

  Gold Cross EMS took evacuees/patients back home to Bluffton, South Carolina

Recovery Road celebrates grand opening for long-term addiction treatment center in Graniteville

  Augusta Regional Transportation Study kicks off their 2050 metropolitan transportation plan

Fire Chief James says all hurricane expenses during this time, will be billed to Chatham County.

If power outages occur, take caution when using a generator to power your home.

  The Augusta area prepares for 5,000 evacuees after mandatory evacuation for Georgia counties east of I-95.

Augusta Convention & Visitors Bureau provides resource information for Hurricane Dorian evacuees

  Waynesboro Police Department holds “Good God, Good Grief, Coffee and Donuts with the Chief”

  Georgia Military College celebrates its 50th anniversary

  Jim Hudson Automotive Group helps provide thousands of meals to those in need

  U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham gets Aiken voters fired up for 2020 elections

  U.S. Representative Joe Wilson starts up his bus tour in Aiken

Bond set for couple arrested for child cruelty

  McDuffie County Fire and EMS is combining forces with The Thomson Fire Department