Micah Smith

Micah joined WBTV News in November 2016 as a reporter for WBTV News This Morning. Before coming to Charlotte, Micah worked at WJHL News Channel 11 in Johnson City, TN as a weekday morning reporter for three years. Prior to working in Johnson City, Micah worked as a reporter, anchor, and producer for KOMU 8 News, the NBC affiliate in Columbia, MO. Micah also interned for NBC’s Today Show during the 2012 London Olympics. Micah reported on College Football’s Biggest Game Ever, The Battle at Bristol at Bristol Motor Speedway. Micah also reported on a multi-state Amber Alert for Carly Trent, a 10-year-old girl who was kidnapped by her Uncle. The story gained national attention. She loves to travel in her spare time. But most days she’s watching a documentary or reading a good book. Micah is a big college football fan and enjoys cheering on the Missouri Tigers in her spare time. Organizations: Micah is a proud member of the Charlotte Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ). She is also an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Micah is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia (Mizzou) where she earned her Bachelor of Journalism degree with an emphasis in broadcast.

Recent Articles by Micah

  Charlotte runner to complete 12-hour run to raise money for friend

  Local non-profit helps breast cancer survivors get mastectomy tattoos

TSA Pre-Check vs. Global Entry

  Carolinas native stars in new CBS show

  Micah Smith’s Reporters Notebook: Reporting on Hurricane Florence

  Wrightsville Beach surfers search for one last wave before Hurricane Florence hits

  Dog flipping: Stealing dogs and selling them for profit

  Four ways to save on your energy bill

Four ways to save on back-to-school shopping

  Four ways to save on child care

  Best non-school related deals during SC's tax-free weekend

  Facebook labels you as either liberal, moderate, or conservative

  Family: Daughter of slain Uber driver denied visa to attend accused killers' arraignment

  New technology program trains local students for high paying jobs

  Number of childhood drownings on the rise

  Big retailers tracking customer returns and enforcing penalties

  How effective is your insect repellent?

Charlotte labor leaders demand justice after construction worker dies on the job

Dozens of crews clean Charlotte Motor Speedway after Coca-Cola 600

  Busiest travel day underway at Charlotte airport ahead of Memorial Day weekend