Cassidy Delamarter joined the NewsWatch 12 team in February of 2019.
Cassidy Delamarter joined the NewsWatch 12 team in February 2019. She is originally from Lakeland, Florida and graduated from the University of Central Florida (Orlando) in December 2018 with a BA in broadcast journalism and a minor in marketing.
Her love for journalism began when she was only 8 years old. During her time at UCF, she shared her passion for journalism by serving as President of the UCF Society of Professional Journalists. In addition, she worked as an intern for local Orlando stations and was as an anchor, reporter and producer for UCF Knightly News.
Cassidy is excited to explore the west coast while living in Southern Oregon. When she isn’t anchoring or reporting for KDRV, Cassidy enjoys trying out new recipes, relaxing outdoors or reading books.
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The city hopes to reduce fossil fuel consumption 100% by the year 2050.
He says the first 100 years are the hardest.
The Grants Pass City Council is looking for land to build a new water filtration plant and wants the property Copeland is on.
Construction began Wednesday to help alleviate traffic backups on the exit 33 ramp.
McLoughlin staff members said they felt it was important to educate parents on social media and the potential dangers that come along with it.
A South Carolina resident wishes to remain anonymous after winning the largest jackpot a single player has ever won.
CDC officials say they are unsure when flu season is going to end this year.
February's snow storms doubled the snowpack, which could be good news for fire season.
Some states are trying to do away with daylight saving time.
New engines mean increased safety for the community.