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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Colby Sanchez is 14 year-old eight grader at Burke County Middle School. He prides himself on getting A’s and B’s, but a battle with cancer threw him a curveball and he wasn’t the only one in his family who was fighting for their life at the time.
Einnaja Brown is the youngest of ten in her family, and the Butler High School senior thought college was out of her reach, but now she’s been accepted to 18 schools and earned $252,000 worth of scholarships.
Academics, extra-curriculars, volunteerism – 17 year-old Aiyana Holland of Aiken does it all and that why she's FOX 54's "High Five For Kids" student of the week. The Aiken high-schooler is right at home, taking college classes at USC Aiken. On top of dual enrollment, Holland receives top honors at school, seeks leadership opportunities, cheerleads, works part time, and volunteers with multiple organizations.
After over a year of renovations, the Clifford S. Gerde Carriage Museum in Aiken is open again, with a grand re-opening celebration in works. The museum closed for renovations in December 2016, according to Aiken parks and recreation, and open back up last month.
Jaquan Anderson is a teenager of many hats and talents - tennis, golf, math team, chorus, and art. After he's done with his high school classes at T.W. Josey, he goes to the Jessye Norman School of the Arts to refine his craft - photojournalism.
The Grovetown Department of Public Safety is asking for your help to identify three shop lifting suspects. The suspects, pictured above, are wanted for theft. They're accused of shoplifting from the CVS pharmacy on Horizon South Parkway.
An Augusta teenager releases his first music album and he hasn't even graduated from high school yet. Seventeen year-old Nate Craine is dedicated to developing his talents from the sound of his voice, to the beat of his song.