Veronica Marshall

Professional Experience

  • WSPA, Spartanburg, SC — Video Editor, June 2006 – June 2007
  • WTWO/WAWV, Terre Haute, IN — Production Specialist, Sept. 2011 – July 2012
  • KTVL, Medford, OR — News Producer, August 2012 – August 2013
  • KMID, Midland, TX — News Producer, Feb. 2014 – Feb. 2015
  • WSLS, Roanoke, VA — News Producer, March 2015 – Sept. 2016
  • O&O FOX News, D.C. Bureau — Freelance Producer, 2017
  • KVLY, Fargo, ND — Multimedia Journalist, Dec. 2017 – Dec. 2019
  • WINK, Fort Myers, FL – Health and Medical Multimedia Journalist, Jan. 2020 – Present

News Philosophy

The more you know about your community, the stronger and healthier it can become! That’s why I believe in local news – energizing and empowering a community is valuable. It can lead to meaningful change and a deeper understanding of your neighbors (allowing you to help them overcome the challenges they face, and share in their successes).

Hobbies, Interests & Community Involvement

Let’s lace up those sneakers, throw on some sunscreen, and get outside! Whether it’s hitting the pavement for a jog, strapping on a helmet and biking a new trail, or strolling through southwest Florida’s great outdoors – that’s where I want to be. Another interest? Cats! Don’t ask me about mine unless you’re prepared for a lengthy slideshow.


Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications at The University of North Carolina – Asheville

Master’s degree in Elementary Education at the University of Maryland – College Park

Likes best about Southwest Florida

I am blown away by all of the unique creatures and beautiful plants!


Gaithersburg, MD



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Losing out on telehealth perks after emergency order expires

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Lee Health boosting education for first-time moms about C-sections

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COVID-19 vaccine: Experts say swollen lymph nodes normal, not a worry for breast cancer

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Taking a page from the military on cancer screenings

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Over 30 million Americans have diabetes. Photo via WINK

New treatment to delay Type 1 diabetes could be close to approval

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CORI: New type of robotic surgery gives one woman a better knee

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Drug companies refocusing efforts on vaccines, leading to other shortages

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