Cali Hubbard

Cali Hubbard

WAFB Reporter

Baton Rouge, La

Cali Hubbard is pumped to be a part of WAFB's 9News This Morning team as a morning reporter.

Cali was born a Michigander and grew up on the east side of the mitten in Chesterfield, Michigan (a sad but proud Lions fan). While going to school at Grand Valley State University, she worked as an assignment desk editor at WOOD TV8 in Grand Rapids.

After Cali graduated with a multimedia journalism degree, she moved to our sister station in Fargo, North Dakota, to work at KVLY. She reported on lots of breaking news, blizzards, tornados, and investigative stories.

In her spare time, Cali enjoys walking her little dog Gigi and exploring new places. She has already fallen in love with Louisiana cuisine and is currently looking for any food suggestions.

You can contact her at cali.hubbard@wafb.com

Education:

  • Grand Valley State University (multimedia journalism)
  • Michigan Association of Broadcasters Award Winner for Best Daily Newscast x 2

Recent Articles by Cali

  BRG offering weekend mammograms at Ascension hospital

  Some in Ascension Parish to vote on new sewer agreement Saturday

  Efforts underway to get more vaccinated at new EBR mass vaccination site

  Tips on how to deal with stress in your life during Stress Awareness Month

  Major Community Vaccination Center opens to public April 16

  Honoring National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

  Health experts warn about dangers of ultra-processed foods

  Top discussions at 2021 Regular Legislative Session starting April 12

  EBR: Operation Clean Up postponed

  Local nonprofit in ‘dire’ need of raising funds to handle uptick of sexual assault survivors

  LSU blocks current employees from testifying at Senate Select Committee on Woman and Children hearing as $50 million lawsuit looms

  Scammers after people through COVID-19 surveys

  BBB warning about ‘tutors’ extorting students in homework helper scam

  No appointment needed at Port Allen drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine event

  Pecue Lane overpass closed starting April 5

  Many stocking up on crawfish for Good Friday, Easter weekend

  LFF donating 3,000 pounds of crawfish for Ochsner doctors, nurses, hospital staff

  BR yoga therapist helping people with PTSD, chronic pain, anxiety, more

  OLOLCH ‘Driving the Future’ for La. Kids with 2021 Lexus vehicle drawing

Livingston Parish Public Schools needs more substitute teachers

  How masks may be affecting children’s speech development

  Ochsner, Southern University pair for mass vaccination event Saturday

  Knock Knock Children’s Museum registration open for spring, summer camps

  BR EMS expanding force, pushing for EMTs and paramedics