Emily Griffin

Emily Griffin

Reporter & Weekend Anchor


Emily Griffin is an area native, coming to the 7 News team from the village of Copenhagen. She graduated from Plattsburgh State University in 2019, having studied Broadcast and Newsprint Journalism.

When she's not working, Emily enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and eating any kind of ice cream.

Emily is thrilled to be reporting in her hometown and is excited to continue learning about the people and places around her.

Recent Articles by Emily

  Here’s what Watertown school district’s $13M capital project would do

  The lowdown on lumber prices

  Rollover crash in Brownville leads to foot chase

  Two injured in Town of Theresa rollover

  Copenhagen boy hailed as hero after rescuing drowning child

  The message of STD Awareness Week

  Watertown Navy veteran visits ship after 70 years

  Reaction mixed over allowing 12 year olds to hunt deer

“Just Go Outside”: How one man built a community

North country enjoys record high temperatures

  Local maple season comes to early end

  Teens excited to get COVID vaccine

  Sisters honored as national youth heroes

  Overnight fire in Turin deemed suspicious, officials say

  Pinwheels promote child abuse awareness

  Oral surgeon does free procedure so woman can get cancer treatment

  Copenhagen garage catches fire

  Fire breaks out at Carthage energy plant

  Family of addict writes blunt obituary, begs for more prevention help

Child Advocacy Center selling pinwheels to prevent child abuse

  One businessman is bringing new life to old buildings

  Watertown girl diagnosed with rare disease says she gets through it by being brave

  A year later: how local charities met increased need during pandemic

  Brothers team up to bring games to those who can’t attend

Man airlifted to Syracuse after crash in town of LeRay

  Emelia’s Closet helps victim’s of domestic abuse

  You may be eligible for a vaccine through comorbidities: here’s everything included

  Copenhagen keeps career day alive for students

  Restaurant welcomes 75 percent seating capacity, but there’s a catch

  How a small business plans to survive the pandemic: Just add “Magick”