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

  Pee Dee Mental Health Center offering telehealth services for those struggling during COVID-19 crisis

  Struggling Pee Dee businesses to receive help if $2 trillion relief package passes

  Florence School District One to provide donations, nurses to local hospitals

  Florence County Sheriff’s Office puts plan in place to keep deputies, public safe during COVID-19 pandemic

  Florence Chamber of Commerce urges people to support small businesses

  MUSC Florence chief medical officer talks about curbing the spread of COVID-19

  House of Hope of the Pee Dee requests donations from the community

  City of Florence enacts state of emergency in response to COVID-19

  Florence School District One works to provide resources to students during COVID-19 closure

  SCDOT executes plan to keep COVID-19 from spreading at rest areas

  Florence food pantry, shelter facing shortage, asks for help from community

  FSD1 orders extra cleaning supplies for schools to combat coronavirus

  Downtown Florence continues to grow despite losing popular brewery

  McLeod Regional to construct Bi-Plane room for neuro procedures

  Florence County Sheriff’s Office uses traffic data to combat crime