Grason Passmore

Grason Passmore

Multimedia Journalist

Grason Passmore is a Multimedia Journalist at WALB. She joined the team in May 2018. Grason is a Georgia native and calls the South home. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a major in journalism and a minor in French. Grason lived in France for a semester, studying at a French University. Grason interned at WJBF in Augusta, where she first fell in love with visual storytelling. She also worked as an MMJ at the university television station, Grady Newsource. Grason loves meeting new people and she can't wait to explore South Georgia. Feel free to contact her with any story ideas you have.


Recent Articles by Grason

  WALB rings in Christmas in July for animals in need

  Douglas man charged with aggravated animal cruelty

  Albany Tech apprenticeship program helps students

  ‘Put him out of his misery’: Dog left paralyzed by pellet gun gets second ‘Chance’ at life, ‘furever’ home

  New degree trains you in both fire and emergency medical services

  Dougherty Co. residents concerned with access to cemeteries following road closure

  Cuddle Cot gives grieving families more time with their stillborn babies

  Neighbors excited to see Radium Springs repairs underway

  A passion to putt: Young golfers take home lessons learned at Albany camp

Mothers turn grief into donations for newborns

  ‘Teen Summer Challenge’ keeps kids active while school is out

  Dougherty Co. Public Works crews prepare for possible weekend rain

  Dougherty Co. leaders want eviction notice ordinance

  Possible changes in the millage rate could affect property taxes in Dougherty Co.

  Sylvester continues July 4th celebrations for second year

  Albany YMCA camp makes eating vegetables fun

  Team works to preserve Native American artifacts at MCLB

  DOCO leaders advocate for more funding for MCLB

  Laurence Fishburne Dougherty Co. documentary to highlight the best of our ‘Little, Big City’

  25 years later: WALB remembers the Flood of ‘94

Dougherty Co. leaders hopeful to see storm recovery funding

  Lee Co. native needs your vote to win film competition

  Dougherty commissioners approve new agreements with new lumber plant, new branding logos

  Trash and debris in Albany worsens after Hurricane Michael

  Inmates to help pick up trash around Albany

  Southwest Public Health District offers free HIV testing

  Albany Tech lowers textbook costs, soon some will be free

  Albany woman faces legal repercussions for state of abandoned home

  Construction on Dougherty Co. School System’s $6.8 million project can begin

  Neighbors plagued by a blighted home since January 2017 storms