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

  Registration for Toys for Tots is almost over

School district hosts special Thanksgiving meal while supporting local farmers

What to know about the suspicious white van reported across Albany

  The case of 2 missing freezers continues in Lee Co.

  'We’re all supposed to look out for each other’: Good Samaritan helps a special volunteer

  Dougherty Co. landfill continues to turn trash into power

  NASA comes to Albany to recruit small business owners

  East Albany affordable housing complex closer to construction

  Open forum gives parents a chance to express their concerns

  Former Dougherty Co. employee threatens lawsuit

  2 new zoning cases may affect you in Dougherty Co.

  Albany neighbors work to battle crime, encourage you to join them

  Dougherty Co. paramedics train on course to save lives, taxpayer dollars

  New business will not be coming to Dougherty Co. after community, commission debate

  Dougherty Co. heroin overdoses drastically spike in October

  Albany Tech celebrates Veterans Day early in special ceremony

  New drug task force to start in Albany

  New affordable housing to be built in East Albany

  Tips to stay safe while trick-or-treating

  Radium Springs Garden may be open for swimming again

  First responders raise thousands in the fight to end breast cancer

  Albany Mayor Candidate: Bo Dorough shares his campaign for Albany mayor ahead of election

  Two men drag store clerk by hair, steal cash, now on the loose

  Project Safe Neighborhoods works to prosecute violent criminals

  Paint the Town Pink event celebrates Breast Cancer survivors

  Scholarship allows students to be the first in their families to go to college

  Townhall meeting set to teach residents how to prevent crime this holiday season

  Albany woman pleads for community to help homeless youth

  Albany Technical College hosts 60 employers at career fair

  New degree program opens doors for students in the medical field