Cassie was born and raised in Moosic, Pennsylvania. She attended Temple University and graduated with a degree in Media Studies and Production and a minor in Political Science from the Klein College of Media and Communication. During her time at Temple, Cassie honed her skills at Temple University Television and interned at WPVI-TV, ABC NewsOne, and NBC News in Washington.

Cassie joined the Newswatch 16 team in December 2018 as a reporter/mmj. She grew up watching WNEP and is so excited to be home serving the people of Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania!

Cassie is an avid Philadelphia sports fan. In her free time she likes to run, bake, and play with her dog, Lilly.

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Recent Articles
  • Wyoming County Man Charged with Killing Missing Woman

    WYOMING COUNTY, Pa. -- A man is locked up charged with killing a woman in Wyoming County, but police are still looking for the victim.

  • 103rd Pennsylvania Farm Show Launches This Weekend

    A 103-year-old tradition featuring thousands of live animals and hundreds of vendors kicks off this weekend, and it’s just a short drive from our area. The Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg officially takes place Saturday, January 5 through Saturday, January 12. However, people are invited to the Farm Show Complex’s food court which is open on Friday (January 4) from noon until 9 p.m. Newswatch 16’s Ryan Leckey visited the sprawling one-million square foot complex Friday morning to highlight some […]

  • Trying to Salvage Remains of Gibson Township Building

    GIBSON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A day after fire ripped through a township building in Susquehanna County, officials were back trying to salvage what they could and figure out what comes next. A Gibson Township supervisor expects the total damage from the fire to be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. You could still see the smoke coming from what is left of the township building in Gibson Township. Flames ripped through the building around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. “You always […]