Callan Gray

POSTED: 6:24 AM Dec 24 2013   UPDATED: 3:52 PM Jun 10 2014
Callan-Gray

Callan Gray grew up in New York, and has always had a love for storytelling.

She graduated from Syracuse University with dual degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Earth Science. She also minored in Music Industry.

While in school, Callan was a reporter, producer and anchor for All Things Considered on the local NPR station, WAER-FM. Callan also reported for WBNG-TV in Binghamton, New York and interned at stations in Albany, New York and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Callan is excited about being on the News 5 team and she loves meeting the friendly people in our area. When not working, she likes to run, read and cook. Callan also loves getting outdoors to see all that the Appalachian region has to offer.

If you have a story idea, pictures of news happening or just want to say hello, you can email Callan at cgray@wcyb.com.

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Callan's Most Recent Stories

New phone app is creating an anonymous outlet for bullying

A new social media app could be creating an anonymous outlet for bullying. The app is called Streetchat and we found out it’s being used by students at least 50 high schools in our area.

Salmonella outbreak in Washington County, Tenn.

Health officials are investigating a salmonella outbreak in Northeast Tennessee.

Bacterial meningitis among ETSU students

East Tennessee State University learned on Tuesday that an off-campus student was treated for a case of bacterial meningitis and recently released from the hospital.

Decision on Unicoi County Sheriff's budget delayed until Wednesday

The budget debate continued in Unicoi County Tuesday afternoon, but no decision was made on the Sheriff Department's budget.

Planning Commission says it does not recommend hydrofracking in Washington County

People living in Washington County, Virginia had the chance to speak up about hydraulic fracturing Monday night during a public hearing.

President of Virginia's Board of Education meets with local educators

Educators across Southwest Virginia had the chance to talk to the president of Virginia's Board of Education on Monday evening. President Chris Braunlich held a meeting in Bristol to get feedback from local teachers and school board members.

Police call Bristol car burglaries unusual

Three cars were burglarized in Bristol this week but police told us it was done in a way they've never seen before.  They said the theft occurred at the YMCA Wellness Center on West State Street.

Rogersville Middle School has lockdown after bomb threat

Rogersville Middle School was put on lock down on Thursday after a bomb threat. We're told no one was hurt.

Johnson City woman wants to turn Oaks Castle into an arts center

Oaks Castle is currently vacant in Johnson City, but that could change soon. Cher Cornett, a professor with ETSU's digital media program, has big plans to turn it into an events venue and art museum.

Bass Pro Shops opens at The Pinnacle in Bristol

Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World in Bristol, Tenn. is now open to the public. The founder of Bass Pro Shops cut the red tape around 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday.

Special election in Virginia changes balance of power in Richmond

Voters in Southwest Virginia have changed the balance of power in Richmond.

Student-athletes at Gate City High School take concussion test

A high school in Southwest Virginia is taking extra precautions to protect student-athletes against the lasting effects of concussions.

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