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


Trick or treaters fill NC Aquarium

If you headed to the North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores Thursday night, you saw a lot more than just sea life. There were witches and pirates and princesses and quite a few Elsas walking around.

hagan tillis

A closer look: Hagan vs. Tillis in race for U.S. Senate seat

One of the most hotly contested races in this November's elections is for one of North Carolina's U.S. Senate seats.  Incumbent Senator Kay Hagan is squaring off against challenger and state house speaker Thom Tillis.

dale earnhardt jr

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. meets with fans today in ENC

NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is in Eastern North Carolina today for a meet and greet with his fans.


Researchers find WWII German U-boat off NC coast

A search crew with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration makes a rare discovery - two vessels from the Battle of the Atlantic during WWII.  The find was announced publicly on Tuesday.

camp lejeune

Appeals court rejects Camp Lejeune water lawsuit

A federal appeals court has dealt the victims of contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune a setback, ruling that a state law passed this year cannot retroactively validate their health claims against the U.S. government.

john little

Police make more arrests in thefts targeting elderly women

Morehead City Police make two more arrests in a string of purse thefts.

power line traps workers greenville

Workers trapped 40 feet in air by downed power line

A power line fell Tuesday, trapping two workers on scaffolding about 40 feet in the air.

Cameron Mitchell

Deputies: Man tried to pass off crushed pop tart as cocaine

Cameron Mitchell, 30, of Rocky Mount, allegedly sold fake crack cocaine to an undercover agent in June.

Samuel C. Hairston

DOD: Soldier based in NC killed during firefight

The Department of Defense announced Wednesday that a Fort Bragg soldier died during a firefight.

 Girard D. Gass Jr

N.C. soldier dies in Afghanistan

The Department of Defense announced Monday the death of a soldier from North Carolina who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.


Crews work to stop sunken ships leaking oil off NC

Experts say there are at least 13 ships sunk off the North Carolina coast that could leak oil.

Police: Driver with 3-year-old son hits store, gets DWI

A car smashed into a convenience store Wednesday night, knocking out the front door and windows and leaving behind a big mess.