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

  Permanent installation honoring US Colored Troops coming to the Cameron Art Museum this fall

  COVID-19 strike teams vaccinate homebound seniors in New Hanover County

  2,200 school workers receive first COVID-19 vaccines in New Hanover County

  Half a dozen quilts uncovered from region struck by deadly tornado

  Recovery continues in Brunswick County nearly a week after deadly tornado

  Recovery center residents lend helping hand to Brunswick County tornado victims

  Quilt made by tornado victim travels 10 miles from Ocean Ridge Plantation to Ash

  ‘Its OK to not be OK,’ Postpartum doula aims to support mental health needs of new mothers

  In sickness and in health: Magistrate performs more courthouse weddings during COVID-19

  ‘Every person on city council was incensed,’ Mayor shares concerns over Driftwood sale

  Hampstead Bypass among projects green-lit to continue under NCDOT’s amended STIP

  New bill aims to support construction of new Wilmington food bank with state funds

  UNCW nursing students enjoy front row seats making history, administer vaccine at movie theater clinic

  40 calls in 33 days: Wilmington Fire reports uptick in cooking fires

  Brunswick Co. leaders concerned low first doses in from state could prompt rescheduling of vaccine appointments

  Wilmington Fire Department finds innovative ways to protect firefighters from cancer

  Bladen County Hospital feels strain of smaller COVID-19 vaccine shipments

  ‘We just continue to ask for people’s patience,’ New Hanover County health leaders push forward with vaccine roll out

  Wilmington residents not legally obligated to leave supportive housing development by end of the month

  Advocates fight to save housing development for Wilmington’s most vulnerable

  ‘Do good and good will come back to you,’ City workers recognized for heroic actions

  ‘Something’s not right,’ Family believes missing New Hanover County teen is in danger

  Five years after disappearance of Ebonee Spears, family prays for new leads

  Residents displaced as Wilmington supportive housing development goes up for sale

  ‘Housing is healthcare:’ Wilmington project to help the homeless installs first tiny house

  UNCW prepares for students returning to campus

  Former death row inmate readies for new trial decades after Columbus County double murder

  New Hanover County on track to see 314K residents in 2040

  Va. teen killed by exploding grenade that ATF says may have been purchased at N.C. thrift store

  Currie resident recovering from hurricanes Matthew and Florence gets long awaited relief