Casey Roman

Casey Roman

Investigative Reporter

Wilmington, NC

Casey Roman is WECT's Special Projects reporter and a "coach" to our newest members of the news team.

Returning to Wilmington was Casey's 20th move and she has promised to call the Port City home for good.

Casey is originally from New Jersey and maintains that "barbeque" is a device and not a food group.

She has been with Raycom Media since college – starting as an intern at WMC in Memphis, TN before reporting at WECT, then America Now in Charlotte, NC and finally, back in Wilmington.

Casey brought the very first (and second) Edward R. Murrow award to WECT.

When she's not out shooting video, you can usually find Casey lifting embarrassingly light weights at the gym, running her baking business and cage fighting.

You can get in touch with her atcroman@wect.com or find her on Facebook: ttps://www.facebook.com/casey.roman.9


Recent Articles by Casey

Questions arise in discussion of rebuilding after Florence

Police: Shots fired at church sign likely a missed shot

From near drop-out to high-rise boss

  Inside tour of a turkey farm this Thanksgiving

  Clearing the air: The hog farm lawsuits

  Smithfield agrees to cap most of its hog lagoons

  Lack of student loans prevents entrepreneur from getting a loan

Need a new roof? Which materials will protect you from the next storm

  Farms lose months of income after Florence

  Topsail skating rink begins restoration

Water rescues underway in Brunswick Co.

Smithfield gives Wilmington food bank $100,000

  Judge dismisses charges against Smithfield protestors

  Insure your vacation against hurricanes

  Elderly woman's death a reminder to check on our seniors

  Cameron Art Museum goes high tech

Bill Skills: How to read your real estate contract

  Stay safe when sharing the road with fuel tankers

Businesses team up to lend a WARM hand to homeowners in need

Bladen County senior citizens get a call from the law

Southport businesses grateful for sheriff's office reinforcements

Inmates clean up Bladen County

  500 Live Oak Bank employees bag thousands of meals

  Millennials prioritize prenups

  Nationwide relay team honors fallen service members

Mortgage wire fraud on the rise

  FHA insures thousands of mortgages that shouldn't have been written

  Bedbugs dominate Wilmington pest problems

Abandoned hunting dogs show up in shelters

  Career change success: swapping scalpels for saws