Casey Curry
Meteorologist Casey Curry joined the Eyewitness Weather team in August 2006.

Casey started her broadcast career in Victoria, Texas. Before moving to Houston, she worked in Kansas City, Denver, Indianapolis, Chicago, and Abilene, Texas.

She is a graduate of the Broadcast Meteorology Program at Mississippi State and earned her Journalism degree at the University of Colorado.

Casey is an "Army brat" and calls the world her home. She was born in Panama and attended nine elementary schools. She's thrilled to be back in southeast Texas and closer to her parents, whose latest stop is Alexandria, Louisiana.

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