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Callihan Marshall

Callihan Marshall is a weekend anchor and multimedia journalist for WKTV.

Title: Anchor & Multimedia Journalist

Callihan Marshall is a weekend anchor and multimedia journalist for WKTV.

Callihan received her degree in broadcast journalism from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh in 2014. While in school, she worked at the college’s news station, PSTV. She co-anchored a half news show, hosted a four hour long “live” night, and had her own radio show.

Callihan joined the NEWSChannel 2 team in December 2016 after working for as a reporter for the CBS affiliate in Grand Junction, Colorado. Born in Rochester and raised in Gloversville, she is excited to return to upstate New York.

While working in Colorado, Callihan found time to discover her love for hiking, sightseeing and being outdoors. She traveled throughout the west and to several national parks, but still feels that nothing can quite compare to the beauty of the Adirondacks. Callihan also enjoys craft beer, watching the Buffalo Bills and spending time with her sister, Briahna.

Recent Posts by Callihan Marshall

74 honored at 2019 Boilermaker Charity Bib Reception

Tuesday night is the 2019 Boilermaker Charity Bib Reception.

Can a beetle cause issues for Cooperstown Bat Company? Schumer says yes

He says the bugs have already made their mark across the Southern Tier.

Why millennials are choosing Utica as their place to settle down

Millennials talk about why they chose Utica as their place to settle down.

Rabies endemic: 7 confirmed cases in Herkimer County, but it's a statewide problem

Officials with the state are calling this an endemic, meaning it's in every town and community throughout the state.

Blizzard leaves drivers struggling to see roadways across the Mohawk Valley

WKTV’s Callihan Marshall spoke with drivers at a local gas station who say navigating hasn't been easy at all.

Dolgeville residents voice concerns over possible slaughterhouse

A small group of people read a letter to Dolgeville Village Board members on Monday night worried about a meat processing plant possibly moving into a business park in Herkimer County.

Rome man accused of slamming 2-year-old son's head through wall

The incident was all discovered while police were responding to a different call.

Herkimer man celebrates 101 years with simple message for a long life

Sam Hubiak celebrated with family and friends at the Foltsbrook Center in Herkimer, where he's the oldest resident.

Sen. Griffo invites local leaders, law enforcement to weigh in on pot legalization

Senator Joe Griffo met with local law enforcement, legal and medical representatives, advocates and other professionals to talk about the impact of legalizing recreational marijuana in New York.

New beginnings, new names

Prospect Ambulance Company changes its name after an agreement between Steuben, Trenton, and Remsen.

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