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


FILE: Keep an eye out for this yellow envelope in the week ahead if you live in SWFL. (Credit: WINK News/FILE)video

Group will clear medical debt for around 4,000 people in SWFL

A local group is buying medical debt and spreading the surprise to recipients using one yellow envelope at a time. The wife of one of...

Graduates in physician assistant program at FGCU in high demand

Primary care physicians are in short supply, so schools across the country, including Florida Gulf Coast University in south Fort Myers, are looking to...
Woman in a musical group plays the guitar. (Credit: WINK News)video

The power of music for seniors in Collier County battling loneliness

Can loneliness kill you? Research says yes and the number of adults feeling isolated is increasing. WINK News health and medical reporter Veronica Marshall, shows...

Coronavirus cases on the rise in US, experts say not to worry

There are now 13 cases of coronavirus here in the U.S. but despite the new diagnosis, experts don't want you to panic. We spoke to...
$1 million in grants to detect dementia through voice assistant systems. (Credit: WINK News)video

$1 million in grants to detect dementia through voice assistant systems

Becky Doane and her husband, Rick, loved traveling. The pair said making memories together has kept their marriage strong. But, when Rick was diagnosed...

Coronavirus causes mask shortage at SWFL pharmacies, but is there a reason to worry?

The coronavirus has killed more than 630 people, the majority in China. Globally, it has infected over 31,400 people across 25 countries and territories. More...
Wendy, the Xenex UV robot. (Credit: WINK News)video

Meet the new superbug killing robot at Naples Community Hospital

Wendy, the Xenex UV robot, is the next step in the fight to keep you healthy in the hospital as she goes around Naples...

Caregiver Bootcamp helps care for those who are caring for others

It starts with a diagnosis. "All of the people you know and love still know and love you, but they really cannot understand what's happening,"...

Health experts say no immediate concern for coronavirus in SWFL

Images of people wearing face masks in China trying to prevent from getting the coronavirus have made the news across the globe. Hundreds of...

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