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.
A memorial of faded artificial flowers hangs on a tree near Leeward Lane for the elderly gentleman. Further down the road past the elementary school, neighbors have posted a yellow “please slow down” sign ahead of another memorial comprised of basketballs, a white cross and a sign that says “Gone to
With many schools closing their doors and opening only to virtual learning, working parents were left to figure out how to find childcare for the fall and work out ways to help their child with their online classes.
There’s no doubt that back to school is a completely different animal this fall. While many students in New Hanover County are already up and running in their virtual classes, others are still getting geared up for their first day back.
Generally, when disaster strikes, the Red Cross flies in volunteers from across the country to help, but due to travel restrictions and safety concerns, it's relying on local volunteers to meet the need.