Sydnee Scofield - Anchor and Reporter at ABC11 WTVD
Sydnee Scofield is an anchor and reporter for ABC 11 Eyewitness News.

Sydnee is a former host of a national daily crime show on Roku, Tubi, and a few other streaming services. She regularly interviewed experts in the criminal justice system all across the world, including judges, investigators, psychologists, attorneys, and forensic scientists. The part of the job she found most rewarding was hearing the stories from the loved ones of cold case victims.

She has been an anchor and reporter at KRDO in Colorado Springs, CO; KHQ in Spokane, WA; and KOLO in Reno, NV. During her time in Colorado, she won an Emmy for her story highlighting the impact of the conflict in Ukraine on a Colorado woman. She also won a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Writing while working in Spokane.

Sydnee has worked to shine a light on unsolved cases across the country and is grateful for the opportunity to continue that work in North Carolina. If there are cases that deserve more attention, or issues in the criminal justice system that more people need to know about, please reach out to Sydnee.

She's excited to bring her passion for covering crime, courts, and unsolved cases to the Triangle.

When she's not at work, Sydnee spends her time cooking, reading, playing disc golf, and getting outside with her dog, Gravy, and her partner, Sam.


Sydnee's Stories
Advocates hopeful now that North Carolina's sexual assault kit backlog has been cleared
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein announced Tuesday that the backlog of sexual assault kits in the state had been cleared.
Raleigh police officers demand 15% pay raise across the board
The Raleigh Police Union sent a strong message to the city council on Tuesday night, demanding higher pay for every officer in the department.
Raleigh Police seek community support to address rise in youth violence: 'We can't solve this alone'
"Juvenile violent crime especially is a community problem. It's not just a police problem. We can't solve this alone. We don't have the tools."
Dreamville fest organizers invite Raleigh chef to curate festival kickoff dining experience
Born in West Africa, Adé Carrena honored her home country by recreating a traditional Beninese open air market.
North Carolina State fans find a way to Phoenix for the Final Four match
With all the excitement around the NC State's Men's Basketball team making it to the Final Four, fans and alumni from all over are making the trek to Arizona.
Grammy-nominated producer teaches music workshop in Durham ahead of Dreamville
Music industry fans and hopefuls in Durham got the chance of a lifetime Sunday, attending a free workshop from Grammy-nominated producer Groove and the legendary DJ Hed.
UNC Board of Governors considering new admission standards
The minimum requirement that calls for SAT or ACT scores remains suspended, a policy caused by adjustments during the pandemic.
Raleigh woman's father traveled over Baltimore bridge hours before collapse
"There's days where I've been on the bridge waiting for traffic to get over it, so it's kind of scary seeing how it fell."
Family flies to Florida to search for missing Harnett County woman
The family of 28-year-old Shelby Campbell is willing to do whatever it takes to find her and bring her home.
NC State chancellor gives update on Poe Hall's chemical contamination at webinar
NC State shut down Poe Hall last November after the discovery of potentially cancer-causing chemicals there.