Wes Goforth

POSTED: 1:24 PM Jun 04 2012   UPDATED: 4:30 PM May 26 2014

Thanks for watching NewsChannel 12 and for visiting our website. So much has happened in Eastern North Carolina since I began anchoring the weeknight 6 and 11 o'clock newscasts. As our beautiful area grows, so does the great quality of life here.

Before coming to North Carolina in 1997, I worked in television news in Columbia and Kansas City, Missouri and in Buffalo, New York. I also worked in media relations in New York City. My media career actually began in my rural Missouri hometown, where my great-grandfather founded a weekly newspaper. I attended the University of Missouri at Columbia and the State University of New York at Buffalo.

I'm active in volunteer work with several projects and agencies. My wife Kathy is a wonderful companion, a life-long educator and National Board Certified teacher, and a terrific Italian cook!

We enjoy exercising, gardening, writing and playing with our two Yorkshire terriers, Scooter and Rocky. What a handful they are!

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Email: wgoforth@wcti12.com

Wes' Most Recent Stories

Neighbors turn out at vigil to honor dead child

Neighbors gathered at a Thursday evening vigil to remember the life of a baby found dead.

Deputies say they have found missing child

Martin County Deputies say they have found a missing child.

Investigators narrow location of escaped inmate

Investigators say they have a better idea of where an escaped inmate might be.

baby dead new bern

Police investigate baby found dead in woods behind home

New Bern Police were at the scene where a baby was found dead on Monday night.

Two men charged with alleged check fraud

Beaufort County deputies have arrested two men they say cashed two counterfeit checks at a Washington convenience store.

Woman is charged in Wayne County bank robbery

Johnston County deputies have arrested a woman in connection with a bank robbery in Wayne County last month.

NC college student endures cruise ship ordeal

A North Carolina college student was among 2,500 passengers aboard a cruise ship forced to weather a severe storm outside Sydney Harbor in Australia.

Sex abuse convict gets out of prison early

 It took decades for some women assaulted as children to get justice against their attacker. But it's taken just a couple of years for him to get out of prison.

Officers investigate homicide in Jacksonville

Investigators went to the scene of a homicide at a Jacksonville gas station on Tuesday night.

Kinston doctors charged with forgery

Lenoir County Deputies and SBI agents arrested two Kinston doctors at their medical office on Tuesday.

County Court House operational again

Court is back in session at the Greene County Court House in Snow Hill.

Huge gator blocks the road

Drivers along a stretch of road in Brunswick County saw a rare and frightening sight on Thursday.

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