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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"In light of the recent activity we've had of the earthquakes, it kind of reinforces the relevancy of it. You know, preparation is key."
ODOT officials said to expect 20 minute delays during peak times. Traffic is merging into one lane for both north and southbound lanes.
A crash that sent multiple people to the hospital may have been the result of a street race through Medford.
It's a team effort throughout the state.
SCSO performed 10 raids Friday, seizing more than 2,500 illegal marijuana plants.
Eye drops and ointments sold exclusively at Walmart and Walgreens have been recalled.
On Friday, July 5, 2019, the Oregon State Police arrested 36-year-old Daniel James Burda for the death of Dennis Day.
Officials say increased fire danger has made it necessary to increase fire prevention measures.
Three years ago, the Oregon Legislature slated the minimum wage for annual hikes. In Jackson County, it will be $12 in 2020, $12.75 in 2021, and $13.50 in 2022.
More than 2,000 people were expected to be deported this weekend.