Cameron Crowe joined the WMBF News team in February 2020. Cameron is from Luverne, Ala., and is a graduate of the University of Alabama with a B. A. in journalism and creative media.
At Alabama, Cameron worked as a reporter at WVUA 23 News where he covered stories across West Alabama. He was also a member of the Army ROTC program before commissioning as a transportation officer in the Army National Guard in May 2019.
Following graduation, Cameron attended the Army Logistics University for the Logistics Basic Officer Leader Course and became a qualified transportation officer, where he learned how to lead soldiers in resupplying and maintaining the mission.
When Cameron is not at the news station, he is following his favorite college football, basketball, and baseball teams, or binge watching his favorite Hulu shows.
Florence School District One Superintendent Dr. Richard O’Malley held a Facebook live to answer some of the frequently asked questions by parents and dove deeper into the district’s back to school plan.
Local hospital and university leaders are happy with the decision by state leaders to temporarily allow graduate nurses to help out in hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic without their nursing licenses.
After the Hartsville City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to encourage the use of face masks, Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center decided to help the city’s effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Florence Center General Manager, Paul Beard Jr., said they are doing everything possible to bring back some normalcy while also keeping everyone safe for there carnival. The Florence Center Carnival will begin on July 3rd and will last through July 12th.