Cameron Crowe

Cameron Crowe

Video Journalist

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.


Recent Articles by Cameron

  Harvest Hope Food Bank holding a campaign to “fill the gap” as food demand continues

  FSD1 superintendent holds Facebook live to answer questions, discuss back-to-school plan

  FSD1 teacher gives a classroom tour showing precautions for upcoming school year

  The Care House of the Pee Dee helping parents and students handle back-to-school stress

  Pee Dee mayor, others runs nearly 400 miles to honor fallen S.C. police officers

  ‘We’re all trying to adapt’: Florence-based amusement company brings fair food back, without the fair

  FSD3 board members express anger toward state leaders after school reopening plan denied

  City of Florence Parks and Recreation begins registration for fall sports

  FSD1′s chief technology officer outlines virtual learning plans for upcoming school year

  Francis Marion University president explains fall reopening plan

  Florence cinema moves big screen from theater to parking lot

  ‘It’s so awesome’: New Florence bike, run trail open to the public

  Darlington City Council votes to turn over personnel matter involving councilmember to city attorney

  ‘Win-win situation': Florence health leaders praise decision to allow nursing grads to help in hospitals

  Florence School District One details reopenings plans for 2020-2021 school year

  Florence One Schools releases back to school plan; does not include 5-day in-person instruction

  End of Watch Ride to Remember tour visits Marion County to honor Cpl. Michael Latu

  Pee Dee school districts prepare to safely reopen for fall semester

  ‘We are dedicated to maintaining the health of our community': Lake City leaders hold free mask giveaway

  Lake City mayor believes future MUSC hospital could have a major impact on community

  Florence leaders ask for community input on city’s 10-year plan

  Many Florence residents, businesses follow face mask proclamation on first day

  ‘I applaud them’: Florence councilwoman approves of mayor’s face mask proclamation

  Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center providing 5,000 masks to city of Hartsville

  Florence Center Carnival begins Friday with extensive safety measures in place

  House of Hope preparing to begin construction on tiny home village

  Over 20 student-athletes test positive for COVID-19 after leaving Myrtle Beach, according to SCHSL

  Man gets life in prison after pleading guilty to murder of Darlington woman, 9-year-old granddaughter

  Florence Police Department makes use-of-force policy more concise, easier to understand

  Florence salon reopens after long journey through the COVID-19 shutdown