Laura Caso Biography and Wiki
Laura Caso is a beautiful and talented American news journalist currently working for WKYC Cleveland. She has also worked for WAVY-TV 10 before becoming an evening anchor at WKYC News.
Laura Caso Age | How old is WKYC Laura Caso?
Laura is 31 years old. She was born on July 17, 1989, in Massachusetts, United States of America.
Laura Caso Birthday
Caso celebrates her birthday on the 17th of July every year.
Laura Caso Height and Weight
Laura stands at an average height of 5 feet 2 inches with a moderate weight.
Laura Caso Family
Caso was born and brought up in the USA by her loving parents. However, she has not disclosed any further information on her family or her siblings.
Laura Caso Education
Laura graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Miami in 2011.
Laura Caso Husband | Is WKYC Laura Caso Married?
Caso is currently married to her lovely husband, David Morgan. More details regarding their wedding and marriage are still under review and will be updated soon.
Laura Caso New Baby
Laura and her husband share a son namely Jackson Shea Morgan. The couple welcomed a beautiful baby boy in September 2021 with 9.3 pounds and 21 inches.
Laura Caso Salary
WKYC News’ Laura receives an annual salary of $85,000-$95,000 from her career as a news journalist.
Laura Caso Net Worth | How Rich Is Laura Caso?
Caso has an estimated net worth of $200,000-$500,000 as of 2022, from her successful career as a journalist.
Laura Caso Body Measurements
- Full Names: Laura Caso.
- Age: 31 years old.
- Birthday: 17th July.
- Height: 5 feet 2 inches.
- Husband: David Morgan.
- Salary: $75,000 – $90,000
- Net Worth: $100,000 – $500,000.
Laura Caso WKYC Wikipedia
Laura is a vastly recognized broadcast journalist who is currently working for WKYC Cleveland. Here, she serves as the station’s evening anchor. Before coming to WKYC, she worked at WAVY-TV 10 as an evening anchor and anchored several evening broadcasts.
Likewise, Caso contributed to the launch of two new evening newscasts. Prior, she also worked as the morning anchor at First Coast News. It is also known that she served as a weekend anchor and reporter for TEGNA and a morning anchor at WENY-TV.
Moreover, she filled in as a producer and anchor for Good Morning Twin Tiers for the viewers of the Southern Tier.
Most noteworthy, Laura did a report coverage of the arrival of President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on two separate occasions. In addition, she contributed to team coverage of the tragic mass shooting in Virginia Beach. Likewise, she anchored wall-to-wall coverage during tornadoes and hurricanes in Virginia, North Carolina.
Laura Caso Author
Caso is a professional author known for her book, Chicken Pox Explosion. She is also an advocate of children’s literacy who has supported Alzheimer’s and AIDS awareness. She has also been an active supporter of suicide and drug addiction prevention and of course childhood cancer awareness.
Laura Caso Awards
- Associated Press Award
- Emmy Award
Laura Caso Muck Articles
As 430 kids pay respect to fallen Cleveland officer Shane Bartek, his brother is taken aback.
Students at St. Mark School wore blue shirts with the number 18 on them to show their support for the police and Shane Bartek. Shane’s badge number was 18. CLEVELAND (AP) — On Friday, students at Cleveland’s St. Mark School took a break from their studies to surprise the brother of fallen Cleveland police officer Shane Bartek. Eric Bartek, the school’s maintenance director, is well-liked by students.
COVID Faces: A hospital chaplain marries a couple after a man was given a 5% chance of survival.
The hospital waiting area was a lonely place for Jennifer Manges. It was also there when she was introduced to her guardian angel. Jennifer and her then-fiancé Erik were both diagnosed with COVID-19 in August 2021. The couple had decided against getting immunized. Jennifer made a rapid recovery, but Erik did not. He was airlifted to the Cleveland Clinic by critical care and given a 5% chance of survival.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Jewish community in Cleveland discusses the Holocaust and antisemitism.
Historians and educators believe that remembering the past is critical to averting future genocides, particularly as antisemitism in the United States rises. BEACHWOOD, Ohio (CBS/AP) — Even for Robert Zelwin, president of the Kol Israel Foundation, the stories are still traumatic. His parents were Holocaust survivors. “My parents took to the woods in the area where they resided and fought the Nazis,” Zeldin said.