Julie Wilson
Julie Wilson co-anchors the ABC11 Eyewitness News weekend morning newscast. During the week, you can catch Julie telling stories throughout the Triangle.

Joining ABC 11 in January 2017, Julie is a Missouri native. She graduated from Missouri State University with a bachelor of arts in interpersonal communications. After college, Julie modeled for the Price is Right-LIVE! In Branson, Missouri, before joining KRBK-TV in Springfield as a reporter and substitute anchor. During her time in Springfield, Julie received an Emmy nomination for her reporting on domestic violence in a rural town in the Show Me State.

A big baseball fan, Julie spent two seasons emceeing for the Springfield Cardinals, the Double-A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals. As a reporter in Springfield, she has covered post-season baseball for both the St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals.

Julie lives in Durham with her husband, Mitch, and their three dogs Nova (A lazy, pregnant Bulldog), June (the mastermind), and The Toad (The queen of finding food crumbs).

Catch Julie online! Twitter: JulieABC11 and Facebook: JulieWilsonWTVD

Email Julie at julie.wilson@abc11.com

Archive
At 6 p.m. Sunday evening, three churches in Cary plan to hold a vigil at the Good Shepard Church of Christ offering the community support in wake of Saturday's deadline protests in Virginia.
Saturday morning, the Raleigh Rescue Mission reached a goal they had been working on all summer. The goal was to give away more than 2,000 backpacks to students in need, and they did it.
Almost 4,500 new students from the class of 2021 will be moving into NC State starting this weekend.
Residents in Holly Springs not thrilled with a new intersection. Since opening last week, there have been three crashes.
Shaw University had a record breaking enrollment for 2017, welcoming over 700 incoming freshmen.