Candace Dold is the Traffic and Entertainment Reporter at FOX45. She has been a part of the FOX45 family since 2005.
Candace delivers up to the minute traffic conditions and provides alternate routes to help you save time for your Morning commute. She details the latest construction and road closures during her Traffic Edge segment on FOX45 News at Ten. As the Entertainment Reporter, Candace has reported live from red carpets in Hollywood, 5 American Idol Finales, auditions for American Idol and The X Factor and on the sets of television shows. She interviews many celebrities both in-studio and on set. Her favorite interviews include conversations with The Jackson Brothers, Jennifer Lopez, Matthew McConaughey and Usher.
Candace reports on general news assignments and has covered topics from abortion to issues in the education system. She reported live from the scene of aftermath from a Hurricane and delivered live reports for 8 hours in a Blizzard! The story closest to her heart is "Hope at Hopkins". It highlights the excellence of The Johns Hopkins Hospital as seen through the eyes of a little girl who is alive because of the care of "miracle workers" like world renowned Pediatric Neurosurgeon, Dr. Benjamin Carson.
Candace started her FOX45 journey as an Assignment Desk Editor and Associate Producer. She tapped into the professional world during her internship at NFL Films. She assisted with shoots in-studio and in the field. Candace attended the University of Maryland-College Park and earned a degree in Communications with a cognate in Government and Politics.
She was a cheerleader for the Terrapins Football and Basketball teams.Candace is involved with many charitable foundations. She co-hosted the annual Muscular Dystrophy Association Telethon. She has worked closely with Believe in Tomorrow, a national organization which provides exceptional hospital and respite housing services to critically ill children and their families. Candace served as an Ambassador for the United States while studying in England, Scotland and Wales. She is also a member of the Phi Beta Kappa society. Candace has also earned an award from the President of the United States for her commitment to improving lives in the Baltimore community. She also serves on the Alumnae Board of Governors at her alma mater, St. Timothy`s School for Girls.
Candace and her husband welcomed their daughter in July 2010. She believes motherhood is the most incredible experience and Candace cherishes every moment with her daughter.