Madison LaBerge

Madison LaBerge is the anchor of NBC5 News Weekends at 6 and 11. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Madison is originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico.

She loves living in the Pacific Northwest. She can't get over "how green everything is!" When Madison is not at work, she looks for new and exciting cooking recipes and explores Southern Oregon.

Feel free to send her story ideas or the address of your favorite Mexican food restaurant!


Madison's most recent stories:

New COVID-19 restrictions after 2 week freeze

SALEM, Ore. — Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced new COVID-19 restrictions to begin after the two week freeze. She said many of her two week freeze restrictions will be loosened starting December 3rd. However, many of those restrictions will only be lifted …

Honor Flights postponed through Feb. 2021

MEDFORD, Ore.– Honor Flights provides veterans a free trip to see the memorial sites in their honor in Washington D.C.. This year, due to the pandemic, no flights were able to take off. The flight director of Honor Flight of Oregon, Terry …

Three major workplace outbreaks in Jackson Co.

JACKSON CO., Ore. — With the growing number of COVID-19 cases statewide comes an increase of active cases in the workplace. According to the Oregon Health Authority, there are three workplace outbreaks with recent cases in Jackson County. Amy’s Kitchen is the …

Fatal crash on Highway 38

DOUGLAS CO., Ore. — Around 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 31, Oregon State Police said they responded to a single vehicle crash on Highway 38 near mile post 34. After investigating, police say 40-year-old Jose Torres of Van Nuys, Calif. drove off …

Missing teen believed to be in danger

SALEM, Ore. – Mya Miranda, age 16, is a foster child who went missing from Boardman, Ore. and has been missing since Oct. 17, 2020. She is believed to be in danger. The Oregon Department of Human Services, Child Welfare Division, asks …

Governor reviews steps to safely reopen schools

SALEM, Ore. — The Governor’s Healthy Schools Reopening Council met on Wednesday to review the steps Oregon will need to take to return more students to in-person instruction in schools. While new nationwide data on schools reopening for in-person instruction has become …