Wendi Redman

Wendi Redman


Wendi began her career in broadcast journalism in Baltimore. She started out running cameras as a production assistant and worked her way up to being in front of the camera.

Her first on-air gig was at TV3 in Winchester, VA. She became the main evening news anchor but also produced and reported. From there, she made the move to Myrtle Beach, SC. She anchored evenings at WBTW and got her first taste of how great it is to live at the beach!

She landed another anchor role at KTBS in Shreveport, LA. After that, she moved to Savannah, GA. She and her husband both remembered how great it is to live on the coast and jumped at the new opportunity.

Wendi is originally from British Columbia, Canada. Living in the south with the heat and humidity was a bit of a transition at first, but now she loves the warm weather and is looking forward to the break from the humidity!

Please send her your story ideas by emailing her and following her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Contact Wendi

Email: wredman@kold.com

Recent Articles by Wendi

  Santa Cruz County’s long-time sheriff retires

  Cycling to raise awareness about strokes

  Jailbreak: Escaped inmate sentenced, accused accomplice’s family speaks out

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Pima County jailbreak raises lots of questions

  COVID-19 pandemic making things more difficult for physical therapy patients

  Wildfire smoke may increase risk of heart attack

  Hospitals staff up for 4th of July amid COVID-19 outbreak

  Col. Joseph Turnham takes command of 355th Wing at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

  COVID-19 or valley fever: The symptoms are similar

  Pima County suicide rate remains high

  ‘A’ Mountain turning blue to show support for healthcare workers

  FACT FINDERS: Homelessness and stimulus checks

Fact Finders: What to do if COVID-19 relief check doesn’t include money for dependents

  Heroes and Helpers: COVID-19 survivor donates plasma for antibody research

  Expectant mothers turn to virtual workouts during COVID-19 pandemic

  Heroes and Helpers: Tucson woman invites community to join free self-care challenge

FACT FINDERS: How Reliable are a COVID-19 tests?

  Spike in COVID-19 fraud schemes in southern Arizona

  American Heart Association virtual heart, stroke walk set for Saturday

  Arizona human resources firm aims to help businesses during the COVID-19 crisis

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Sonora Behavioral Health’s CEO no longer with hospital

  FACT FINDER: Taking blood pressure medication during the COVID-19 outbreak

  FACT FINDERS: How medical professional volunteers can make a difference amid the COVID-19 outbreak

FACT FINDERS: Does your boss have to tell you when a co-worker tests positive?

  FACT FINDERS: Will you get a stimulus check if you haven’t filed taxes in a while? It depends.

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Another crisis at Sonora Behavioral Health uncovered

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: State investigates new claims about Sonora Behavioral Health in Tucson

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Arizona taking steps to end nursing shortage

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Meet the businesswoman who came out of retirement to save El Tour de Tucson

  HOSPITAL IN JEOPARDY: New trouble, citations for Sonora Behavioral Health Hospital in Tucson