Madeline Cuddihy

Madeline Cuddihy

Digital Reporter

Columbia, SC

Madeline joined the WIS team in 2019 and you can find her working on as many social media platforms as she can get her hands on, while also bringing you the best and brightest stories of the day, on-air and online.

Before coming to Columbia, Madeline attended The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC and studied Musical Theatre and she competed at Miss District of Columbia 2018 for the Miss America Organization. During her undergraduate career Madeline interned at WUSA9 in Washington and then took over full-time as a digital reporter and social media manager for their morning lifestyle program.


Recent Articles by Madeline

Giving Tuesday: Midlands non-profit groups need your help

  Tips to shop safely online this holiday season

  Holiday scams target virtual shopping events

  Tips to curb your holiday stress eating

  Holiday scam is making the rounds on Facebook

  New social media platform ‘Parler’ growing in popularity

  From combat to comedy: Armed Services Arts Partnership brings veterans new hope

  New outdoor concert venue coming to historic Columbia Speedway this fall

  Why this week might have better shopping deals than Black Friday

  Columbia native receives $100,000 from Google for his startup

  Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Early screening saves lives

  Midlands non-profit works to end trafficking, assault through empowerment

  Midlands 7th grader donates time, love to local animal shelter

  S.C. couple holds wedding ceremony inside Trader Joe’s

Columbia wins ‘coolest up-and-coming city’ reader’s choice award

  SC man who survived car crash urges use of this phone function in case of emergency

  Woman donates hair in honor of toddler diagnosed with cancer

  Two SC schools welcome students back with hilarious video

  Irmo family gives back to charity through annual lemonade stand

  Local children put on their own WIS newscast

  University of South Carolina seeks to enhance racial inclusion on campus

Columbia 5th grader raises $1,500 for Black Lives Matter through lemonade stand

  S.C. school resource officer records song and dance to brighten students’ day

Neighborhood spreads smiles, kindness through ‘rainbow hunt’ challenge

  Spring break in Key West: UofSC student says ‘it’s time to come home’

  Red Cross has urgent need for blood donors

Lexington restaurants offer 10% discount on all orders during coronavirus outbreak

Working from home? Here’s what you can do to make the most of it

  St. Pat’s in Five Points, related events postponed or canceled due to coronavirus concerns

  FDA cracking down on fake products claiming to fight or prevent coronavirus