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Adrienne DiPiazza is very excited to make Cleveland her new home! Adrienne joined FOX 8 as a reporter in September 2017. She spent the last two years at FOX 8’s sister station, WGHP-TV, in Greensboro, North Carolina.

In North Carolina, Adrienne started out working the morning show where she covered breaking news before the sun came up. She then moved to the night shift and reported on major state news like the Hurricane Matthew aftermath, Charlotte Riots, 2016 presidential campaigns and Western North Carolina wildfires.

Adrienne got her start as a Multimedia Journalist at WABI-TV5 in Bangor, Maine, where she reported on everything from car-moose accidents, the lobster industry and of course, cold, cold winters. There she shot, wrote and edited her own stories. She also became the weekend anchor, producer and assignment editor.

Adrienne developed her love of TV-news while a student at Penn State University. There she majored in Broadcast Journalism and minored in English and Business. She was a reporter, anchor and executive producer of the Emmy-award winning Centre County Report. She got her first taste of the business as an intern at WTAJ-TV in Altoona, PA and at WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C.

Adrienne spent her childhood in Silver Spring, MD where she did ballet, swim team and was active at church and school.

In her spare time she loves to read, cook Italian food, do yoga, hike and travel with her husband, Matt. Have a story idea? See something strange? Let Adrienne know!

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    CLEVELAND – “You know how you meet someone that you see that they have a good heart and you just sense that in the first few minutes of meeting them? He and Shannon embodied that,” said Paul Siegwarth, VP of Stadium Operations for the Lake Erie Crushers. But Shannon is now grieving for her husband of just over a year, Matt Pruzinsky, who died after going into cardiac arrest Sunday at the Browns game. “Always a positive attitude,” reflected Neil […]

  • Local family gets ready to celebrate quads’ first Christmas

    BRECKSVILLE, Ohio – Kelly and James Myers of Brecksville have a lot on their plates since they have eight kids. But the Myers have an even bigger challenge than most parents because they have four five-month-old babies—that’s right, the Myers quads, are home for the holidays! FOX 8 has followed the Myers family as they went on their quadruplet journey over the last year. This Christmas will be more special (and louder) than any before as the Myers will be […]

  • 10-year-old gets multi-organ transplant after waiting 8 years

    CLEVELAND –A 10-year-old boy is a living miracle, after waiting eight years for a multi-organ transplant. “I just thought about it at night; I laid in bed thinking about him being in there all by himself,” Annie Lykins remembers the nights before she decided to take legal custody of Victorious Nera. Victorious, also known as Vic, is a fighter. He was born with Short Gut Syndrome, which almost killed him as a baby and requires him to get all his […]

  • North Ridgeville police issue warning of vandals cutting Christmas light wires

    NORTH RIDGEVILLE- Everywhere you look there are beautiful signs of the holiday season. “They put lights on and then the next person wants to put lights on so it’s a catchy thing and I think it’s great,” says Chuck Jenkins of his neighborhood off Stoney Ridge Road in North Ridgeville. But decorations intending to spread Christmas cheer have become targets across the city. “There’s vandalism on the street lights were getting cut,” said Laura Campbell, a North Ridgeville homeowner. Strands […]

  • Officers buy family car seat instead of giving traffic ticket

    GEAUGA COUNTY, Ohio – Geauga County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Sebor didn’t know he would make a huge impact on a family when he pulled them over for speeding on Route 422 in Geauga County. Sebor and Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Jennifer Detmer, who pulled over to offer assistance when she saw the traffic stop, noticed a baby in the back seat wasn’t buckled correctly in the car seat. “They kind of had the strap tied around the child’s stomach […]

  • Barley House receives threats, hundreds of bad reviews after incident with social media personalities

    CLEVELAND–Barley House is battling back against two social media personalities who slammed the restaurant’s security guards for being “too aggressive.” “My entire business was sabotaged — 100, 300, 400, one-star reviews on Yelp,” said Corey May, partner and manager of Barley House in downtown Cleveland. May is now trying to build back the Cleveland restaurant’s reputation after a Thanksgiving weekend incident involving two customers with millions of social media fans leaving bad reviews. Ricky Banks and girlfriend, Alissa Violet, live […]

  • Investigators piecing together Ashtabula County shooting that killed hunter

    MONROE TOWNSHIP, Ohio– Officers with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources were back at the scene in Ashtabula County Tuesday where a man was shot and killed while hunting with three friends. Randy Gozzard, 62, was visiting from St. Petersburg, Florida and hunting on private land off of Horton Road in Monroe Township. Police got a call from the hunters just before 2 p.m. on Monday. “We’re on Horton Road off South Road and the gentleman we are hunting with […]

  • Arts organizations to see cuts as cigarette tax revenue decreases

    CUYAHOGA COUNTY, Ohio- Major arts organizations in Cuyahoga County are preparing for funding cuts for 2018. Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, the initiative that distributes cigarette tax revenue, announced organizations that receive funding will, on average, get 12% less than past years. The Cleveland Orchestra, one of the biggest recipients, will get $1.2 million in 2018 and 2019, which is a 26% decrease from the $1.5 million it got in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Cuyahoga Arts and Culture distributed about $10 million […]

  • Dog credited with alerting man to Painesville house fire

    PAINSESVILLE, Ohio– Officials with the Painesville Fire Department say the credit should go to a man’s dog for waking him up when his home was on fire on Thanksgiving Day. Firefighters were called to the home on Bank Street in Painesville just before 5 p.m. on Thursday for reports of a house fire. “It was an amazing amount of fire to see that it got that big that quick. It’s not common for us to have a fire like that,” […]

  • Police: Man shoots, kills doctor over shared love interest

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  • Local middle school cancels D.C. trip due to safety concerns

    NORTH RIDGEVILLE, Ohio– The North Ridgeville Middle School has cancelled this year’s 8th grade trip to Washington, D.C. out of safety concerns. Parents told FOX 8 this is a trip kids look forward to all year. “They loved it,” said Rickie Stachowiak, whose two kids are now in high school. “I mean, you talk about it all year long, you know; that’s the last trip,” she continued. Students and parents got the news in an email from the principal this […]

  • Geauga County residents waiting for cleanup, dealing with insurance

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