Amber Roberts

POSTED: 12:20 PM Dec 24 2013   UPDATED: 4:42 PM May 26 2014

Amber Roberts joined the news team as a reporter in October 2013. She's a North Carolina native, born and raised in Charlotte. She's excited to move to the eastern side of the state and looks forward to experiencing all it has to offer.

Amber received her master of science degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism from Syracuse University. She also holds a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Her journalism experiences include serving as a Washington, D.C.bureau reporter for Fayetteville, Ark., station KNWA. In this position, Amber had the opportunity to interview congressional representatives and localize national stories for the Northwest Arkansas region.

Amber also interned at NewsChannel 9 (WSYR) and CNY Central (WSTM) in Syracuse, N.Y., where she produced newscasts.

If you would like to suggest story ideas to Amber, feel free to send her an email. She'd love to hear from you.



Amber's Most Recent Stories

Woman's civil case against City of Jacksonville dismissed

A woman speaks up about a civil case she recently lost involving the City of Jacksonville.


People participate in stage 4 cancer awareness online rally

A social media campaign started by a local woman to raise awareness about stage four cancer is trending on social media.


Play-based preschool option set to launch in Craven County

Craven County parents will have the choice to give their children a unique preschool experience.


Local woman says Beneful dog food damaged her dog's liver

Many pet owners are blaming Purina for using an ingredient in the dog food that is under scrutiny for possibly harming man's best friend.


What to expect in these snowy and icy conditions

North Carolina Department of Transportation officials want drivers in Eastern Carolina to stay off the roads Wednesday.

Highway 70 reopens after early morning wreck

Highway 70 is back open after a tractor trailer ran off the road into a ditch this morning, near the Dover exit.

Deputies: Two police officers arrested on DWI-related charges

Two Atlantic Beach police officers have resigned after being arrested Monday morning in connection with an alleged DWI.


Coldness strikes Eastern North Carolina

The cold weather has arrived and will be lingering around for a while.


Keep your home warm during the cold weather

Cold. That's what it's been like in Eastern North Carolina these past few days.

Power lines and trees down in Rose Hill

Photo courtesy Warren Kearney

A few hundred still without power in ENC, down from 13,000+

A little fewer than 500 customers are still without power in Eastern North Carolina Tuesday night.  That's down from a high of more than 13,000 Tuesday morning.

John Paul Zubia

One year later: The murder of John Paul Zubia

One year ago John Paul Zubia was brutally killed in Reelsboro in Pamlico County. His family and friends are mourning his loss and looking for justice.

Fatal accident in Martin County

A man dies in a single car accident Sunday morning in Martin County.