Jaime McCutcheon

POSTED: 1:36 PM Jun 04 2012   UPDATED: 4:33 PM May 26 2014

Jaime McCutcheon is an award-winning journalist who is thrilled to be back home in the South that she loves. You will find her anchoring FOX Eastern Carolina News at 10 p.m.

Jaime was born in the Florida Keys (yes, people are born there) but then grew up in northern Georgia. Jaime's job most recently took her to WOWT in Omaha, Neb., but there have also been stops at WMAZ-TV in Macon, Ga., and KDLT-TV in Sioux Falls, S.D. Jaime has also spent time living in England and Germany. Jaime is a graduate of the Grady School of Journalism at the University of Georgia, so please forgive her when she wears an annoying amount of red and black during football season.

After five years land locked in Nebraska, you better believe you’ll find Jaime at the beach and on the water whenever she has some spare time. With her will be her husband, Ben, and young daughter, Georgia. Jaime says she can’t wait to meet the people of New Bern and the surrounding area. So if you see her out and about, please walk up and say hi!


Email: jmccutcheon@wcti12.com

Twitter: @jaimemccutcheon

Facebook: facebook.com/jaimemccutcheon.newsanchor

Jaime's Most Recent Stories

Troopers identify man killed in wreck involving tractor-trailer

Troopers have identified a man who died after his car was hit by a tractor-trailer in Pitt County Monday afternoon.

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Man charged with murder after mother found dead in fire

A man is accused of murdering his 62-year-old mother, who was found dead after a mobile home fire in Beaufort County over the weekend.

Atlantic Beach this morning.

Waterspouts spotted in Eastern Carolina

Two waterspouts were reported this morning across the east. The first near Bogue Inlet around 8:00 a.m., the second in New Bern around 9:00 a.m.. More are possible today.

Shooting Investigation

No charges filed in accidental shooting

Havelock Police said a man was shot in the arm by his neighbor, but no charges will be filed.

GPD officer's personal battle gains public support

Officer Robert Wright is battling stage 3 cancer, while still serving and protecting the City of Greenville.

Police: Man uses fake child abuse donation box to get money

An Onslow County man has been arrested for creating a fake child abuse donation box outside a store in order to take people's money.

Suspect wanted in hit-and-run crash involving deputy

Troopers are working to find the driver responsible for causing a chain-reaction crash on Highway 70 involving three vehicles, including a Craven County deputy.

Eve Carson killer found not guilty in 2nd murder trial

A jury has found Laurence Lovette not guilty in the murder of Duke University graduate student Abhijit Mahato.

Police: Bullets strike window and door, hitting man

Kinston Police are investigation the shooting that hit a man in the leg Monday night.

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AG: Gay marriage ban ruling in VA could impact NC

A federal appeals court has struck down Virginia's same-sex marriage ban. North Carolina's Attorney General said that ruling could impact our state's gay marriage ban amendment.

Belhaven mayor meeting with congressman in Washington D.C.

A North Carolina mayor fighting to reopen a hospital in his rural town is meeting with officials at the nation's capital.

Neuse Blvd Construction

DOT: Neuse Blvd. resurfacing to begin Wednesday

Officials with the North Carolina Department of Transportation said the long-awaited resurfacing of a heavily-damaged road will begin Wednesday.