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!

Recent Articles
  • Lorain Councilman Angel Arroyo pleads not guilty to OVI charges

    LORAIN, Ohio– Lorain City Councilman Angel Arroyo appeared in Lorain Municipal Court Thursday morning on charges related to a recent crash. He pleaded not guilty. Arroyo turned on East 28th Street from Pearl Avenue without stopping at the stop sign and hit another vehicle Monday night, the police report said. Officers at the scene reported the 36-year-old had red, watery eyes. He appeared disoriented and smelled of alcoholic beverages, Lorain police said. He denied consuming alcohol and was not injured […]

  • Vigil held to remember 4-year-old Aniya Day-Garrett

    CLEVELAND-– The work continues to get justice for 4-year-old Aniya Day-Garrett. On March 7, a jury found Aniya’s mother, Sierra Day, 24, and boyfriend, Deonte Lewis, 27, guilty of abusing, neglecting and murdering the little girl who was found dead on March 11, 2018. Day and Lewis were found guilty of aggravated murder and several other charges and are set to be sentenced later this month. On the anniversary of Aniya’s death, community groups gathered to protest the Cuyahoga County […]

  • Do dating and politics mix? Cleveland native says yes, creates DonaldDaters dating app

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Love, dating and relationships can be so complicated. “When lack of open-mindedness is shown in their political views then that would be a deal breaker,” said Angelica Escuadro, a college student in Cleveland. With the way politics have become increasingly divisive, is divisive partisanship dictating our relationships and love lives? A 2016 study done by the Pew Research Center showed that nearly two-thirds of conservatives and about half of liberals say most of their close friends share […]

  • Surveillance video shows woman attacked in parking lot of Cleveland apartment complex

    CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Division of Police is searching for a man who attacked a 62-year-old woman outside her apartment. The incident was caught on surveillance video outside the a senior living apartment community. It happened while the victim was carrying groceries from her car to the Euclid Beach Villa Apartments on East 156th Street on February 16. The woman told police she saw a shadow behind her, then she was hit in the face. The police report said […]

  • Cleveland Hopkins International Airport announces ground transportation changes to begin Monday

      CLEVELAND-  Cleveland Hopkins International Airport officials have announced immediate changes to the airport’s ground transportation plan. Airport Director Robert Kennedy told reporters in a news conference Friday that changes in the airport’s plan for major construction and improvement projects lead them to reverse changes implemented in the pick-up and drop-off process on January 1. Starting Monday, February 18, rideshare services (Uber and Lyft) and limo services will again be dropping off and picking up curbside in front of the terminal […]

  • Homeless students in Akron schools expected to exceed 2,000 this year

    Akron, O.H. – When a student walks into  school they should be able to focus on their work, getting good grades and staying focused on class. “We will identify over 2,000 students in the Akron area by the end of the school year who have experienced some kind of homelessness this school year,” says Shannah Carino, the Akron Schools Homeless Liaison. School is much harder when you don’t have a home to lay your head. Carino says most people are […]

  • Mentor woman talks about great love for brother who is her best friend, confidant

    MENTOR, Ohio — More than four decades have gone by, but Nancy Langtry can still remember the moment. “His eyes just bright as ever,” she described. The night she saw her baby brother with the ‘curl-scattered hair,’ she fell in love. “He just had a smile that you couldn’t say no even if you wanted to,” Nancy remembered, laughing. Nancy was a senior in high school in Mentor when baby Eddy stole her heart. “We included him in everything. We […]

  • ‘All he sees her as is a dollar sign’ Akron court starts program for women trapped in human trafficking

    AKRON- When you walk the streets of Akron you may not see what’s tragically clear to Angel Dague. “Pain, drugs, prostitution, lies,” she says as she walks along a street on the city’s Eastside. These are all things meant to be hidden, but they are obvious to the 47-year-old because the world of prostitution and human trafficking used to consume her life. “I think it was six years I’m in and out of cars right here on these streets of […]

  • ‘There is going to be a wait,’ but here’s how patients can get a medical marijuana card in Ohio…

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Ohio Marijuana Card has seen the majority of people in Ohio who are looking to get approved to take medical marijuana. Before noon on Wednesday, the same-day medical marijuana dispensaries opened in Ohio, the company’s call center already had more than a thousand inbound calls, a company record. “We have a lot of excited patients and we have a lot of people calling, looking to get approved,” said Connor Shore, President of Ohio Marijuana Card. The company has […]

  • Closure for Alianna DeFreeze family: Home where the 14-year-old Cleveland teen was murdered demolished

    CLEVELAND- The family of a Cleveland teen who was kidnapped and murdered is getting a little more closure today. For nearly two years, the loved ones of Alianna DeFreeze have asked for the abandoned home where she was found to be torn down. 14-year-old Alianna was abducted on her way to school in January of 2017. She was last seen getting off an RTA bus and walking near 93rd and Kinsman in Cleveland. After searching through a snowstorm, Cleveland police […]

  • Youngstown mother critical following fire that killed 5 children

    YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — America Negron-Acevedo is in critical condition one day after a fire killed her five children at their home. Neighbors say she banged on the door of the house across the street and screamed for help in a fruitless plea to save her children. Fire officials in Youngstown said the woman jumped from a second-story window and was the only survivor of the Sunday blaze that killed the children. They ranged in age from 1 to 9, the […]

  • 5 children killed in Youngstown house fire

    YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Youngstown firefighters union tells FOX 8 five children were killed in a house fire on Parkcliffe Avenue. The fire broke out around 11:30 p.m. Sunday. According to Captain Kurt Wright with the Youngstown Fire Department, the children  who passed away were 9, 3, 2, and 1-year-old twins. Two of the children were found dead inside the home and three were taken to the hospital where they were pronounced dead. Captain Kurt Wright with Youngstown Fire Department […]

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