Kendall McGee

Kendall McGee

Reporter

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.


Recent Articles by Kendall

  Duck recovering at sanctuary after being shot in the head with blow dart

  Wilmington film industry bounces back after global 6 month industry blackout

  Two New Hanover County Schools honored with national health award

  Coronavirus trends improving on UNCW’s campus weeks after housing changes

  Wilmington musicians hopeful for music venues to reopen

  First Year Cape Fear fights to eliminate racial disparities in infant mortality rates

  Mother voices concerns about busy Wilmington road after deadly crashes

  Trask teachers hit the road to bring resources to their students during virtual learning

  'If it weren’t for them, we would be planning a funeral,’ Beachgoers save drowning teen on Oak Island

  Duke Energy adds flood protections to Cape Fear area substation

  New NC law includes one-time stipend for families, funding to expand rural internet access

  ‘Its a whole new world,’ Wilmington yoga studio fights to stay in business

  Carolina Beach Mural Project aims to bring 4 murals to island in coming years

  Final restrictions from Hurricane Isaias lifted on Oak Island ahead of holiday weekend

  Workers stay busy behind the scenes of New Hanover County schools

  Demonstrations pop up in downtown Wilmington ahead of President Trump’s visit

  Pender County family pushes through virtual learning without internet service

  UNCW researchers search for signs of COVID-19 in campus wastewater

  Brunswick County high school teachers reflect on adjustment to virtual learning

  Churches, businesses support virtual learning efforts

  ‘Help is on the way,‘ Mt. Calvary Center for Leadership Development mobilizes community health workers to help people exposed to COVID-19

  New Hanover County manages online learning safety concerns

  Meetings with FEMA, state leaders underway as Brunswick County awaits disaster aid

  ‘Seems less lively for sure:’ UNCW marks first day of classes amid coronavirus pandemic

  ‘It’s all about the students’: New superintendent visits drive-through open house at Johnson Pre-K Center

  Porters Neck Elementary marks the end of a successful first day of virtual school

  Pandemic prompts urgent need for Red Cross disaster relief volunteers

  ’We’re taking it day by day,’ Preliminary damage reports in for hard hit regions of Oak Island

  Avoiding post-Isaias scams: Red flags to watch while coastal towns rebuild

  ‘I’m a survivor‘: Carolina Beach business owner overcomes serious lung infection from COVID-19