Kendall McGee is thrilled to be telling the stories of coastal North Carolina!
Kendall is originally from Charlotte and came to Wilmington in 2019 after last working in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. At legacy CBS affiliate WBTW, she began writing for digital media and later transitioned to serve as the station’s assignment manager.
She is a 2016 graduate of Appalachian State University with degrees in communication studies and journalism. Her work as a journalist is heavily motivated by the necessity for us as humans to share our stories and spark important conversations that create change in our communities.
She strives to learn something new every day and thrives in the fast- paced environment that is local news. When she’s not chasing stories, she enjoys cooking, traveling, lifting weights and surfing.
The Pender County Sheriff’s Office continues to search for a 21 foot 2009 Gulf Stream Camper. While the agency regularly files reports for stolen property, this case is different because the camper was home to the Cline family.
As the state faces a shortage of volunteer firefighters, the NC Association of Fire Chiefs and the International Association of Fire Chiefs are kicking off a two year plan designed to alleviate staffing shortages in key parts of North Carolina.
As the movement spurred by the death of George Floyd continues to grip the nation, calls continue to go out to talk about our country’s difficult history and the institutions that have perpetuated structural racism for generations.
Months after the FDA handed down new rules governing who can donate blood in light of the need stirred by the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Red Cross has formally updated their systems to allow people to donate under the FDA’s relaxed restrictions.
Family members of one of the women who went missing on April 15, the night a driver called 911 to say he witnessed a car speed into the woods, said they are hurt after watching newly-released body camera video that documents the police response to the crash.
As the nation grapples with reports of police brutality and the use of excessive force, the Wilmington Police Department is trying to shine a light on recent situations that don’t generally make headlines.