Olivia Bailey

Multi-Media Journalist

POSTED: 11:24 AM Aug 21 2014   UPDATED: 11:11 AM Sep 11 2015

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Olivia Bailey

Olivia Bailey is a multi-media journalist for News 5 WCYB.

She is a native of Chilhowie, Va., and graduate of Emory & Henry College. After working for CNN and the CBS Evening News, she is back telling stories in the mountains. 

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AMBER Alert terminated for missing Virginia girl

Virginia State Police have issued an AMBER Alert for a three-year-old girl missing from Fluvanna County.

Abingdon Main Street hires new executive director

An Abingdon non-profit has a new leader and is making plans for the year.

Social media campaign recognizes patient care, comfort

Today is recognized as World Cancer Day and health care professionals in our area are making sure they show their patients and loved ones support on this special day.

Motions heard 2 weeks before BVU's Pomrenke goes on trial

There’s less than two weeks before BVU's chief financial officer goes on trial. Thursday afternoon, Stacey Pomrenke will make an appearance for a pre-trial hearing in Abingdon Federal Court.

Abingdon family cleaning up storm damage to home

High winds damaged an Abingdon home Tuesday night, leaving the family to now pick up the pieces.

Zaxby's opens at The Falls on Monday

A new restaurant will be open at The Falls development in Bristol, Virginia this week.

New developments in BVU Chief Financial Officer's case

A trial is set to begin in the case against BVU's Chief Financial Officer Stacey Pomrenke.

Phase two of the Boone Dam reconstruction process

TVA is entering phase 2 of the Boone Dam reconstruction process.

Osteoporosis and soft-tissue damage affecting female veterans

There are different problems facing the next generations of those who serve. We discovered one problem that can become a real issue if left untreated among current-era veterans.

Bank partners with AHA for healthier living

A Johnson City bank is partnering with the American Heart Association to promote healthy living in the Tri-Cities.

Blood centers experiencing low donations supply

Blood suppliers in the area say they are at extremely low levels due to last week's bad weather.

Tennessee closings on Sunday, Jan. 24

Many businesses and organizations closing in the area due to winter weather. Here is a list of Tennessee closures for Sunday, Jan. 24.

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Olivia Bailey

Olivia Bailey is a multi-media journalist for News 5 WCYB. She is a native of Chilhowie, Va., and graduate of Emory & Henry College.

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