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Carol Goldsmith
Works at WYFF News 4
Attended Northern Michigan University
Lives in Greenville, SC
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This is such a lovely, sweet story by my colleagues Mandy Gaither and Kevin Moran.
A 12-year-old in Anderson meets the man that saved her life after a car crash.
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Against the odds...someone won! ;)
A Powerball® ticket worth $1 million was bought in the Upstate. 
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I'm afraid to look! ;)
Take a look at some of the dirtiest places and things you'll find in your home, many of them might surprise you. 
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Some foods aren't just good for your health, but good for your skin and hair too. We've put together a list of kitchen staples that can make you look and feel delicious.
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I love the sunrise pictures....
Whether you love the cold or hate it, share your winter photos all month long, right here on u local.
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Good info here!
From Xfinity Internet, here are some tips to make sure the Wi-Fi in your home is battle-tested for every other day of the year:
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Everyone needs to get fully informed on the importance of vaccination. Failing to do that is going to lead to disaster. 
Health officials say 102 people in 14 states were reported to have measles in January, most of them stemming from "a large, ongoing multi-state outbreak linked to" Disneyland in California in mid-December.
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He was so excited about that drone when he got it for Christmas! Hope it can be fixed!
WYFF News 4's Nigel Robertson was attempting to get a family photo using his drone when something went wrong. 
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This is astonishing!
(CNN) - Kaleb Whitby's pickup truck was crushed between two semi trucks in a pileup on I-84 in Oregon. He walked away with only scratches.
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Way to go... :)
(CNN) - Jamal Rutledge was handcuffed when Officer Foulks fell to the ground because of heart attack but managed to alert other officers to save Foulks' life.
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There's good advice in this!
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I just put faucet covers on my outdoor faucets this morning...
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Carol is a native of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and got her degree in Mass Communications from Northern Michigan University at Marquette. She also spent part of her senior year at Richmond College in England, studying British Mass Media.

Carol worked as an anchor/reporter in Marquette, Michigan and Rochester, New York. A brush with frostbite in Rochester made her realize living in a warmer climate might suit her better after all, and she happily accepted an anchor job at WYFF New 4 in 1985.

After specializing in crime and business reporting, she found her niche in health and medical reporting. Carol has won a number of awards, including a 2009 Peabody award for her work on “Chronicle: Paul’s Gift.” She’s also won several Emmys, three National Headliner Awards, and the Champion-Tuck Economics Prize for Business Reporting for a series she did on the textile industry in Taiwan and Hong Kong.

In 2007, the South Carolina Broadcaster's Association awarded her one of its highest honors, the Masters Award. It "acknowledges lifetime achievements of on-air broadcasters who have made significant contributions to broadcasting in South Carolina and who personify high broadcast industry standards within their communities."

Carol shares the news desk with her co-anchor Michael Cogdill each weeknight at 6 and 11. She continues to report on health and medical issues through her popular feature "4 Your Health."

Carol has two grown children. At home, you'll find her in the kitchen cooking, especially Italian and Scandinavian dishes. She's working on a Master's degree in nutrition and health education, so Carol's also worrying about calories and nutrient counts while she's cooking.

Carol is a member of the alto section in her church choir, where she enjoys singing Renaissance music. She also loves to read, and can usually be found with the Kindle app in hand. She spends a lot of time cooking, collects Norwegian rosemaling, hikes and swims.


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