Cathy Marshall is an American broadcast journalist who has worked as a reporter and anchorperson. She has worked as an anchor for CNN and has also worked with news stations in Boston; New Haven, Connecticut; Seattle; and Portland, Oregon; and as a sideline reporter for Fox Sports Northwest. At the beginning of 2010, Marshall joined the news team of MDiTV, a medical news network also based in Portland, as an anchor. Since December 2011, she has been working as a reporter and anchor at KGW-TV in Portland.
Marshall and husband John Marler co-anchored newscasts in some cities, including at Boston's WHDH and Portland's KATU.
Marshall graduated with honors from Oregon State University in 1982 with a bachelor's degree in speech communications.
She is married to John Marler, also a news anchor, and the couple have four children.
September 1983 – June 1986, Anchor/Reporter, KIRO, CBS-affiliated television station located in Seattle, Washington
July 1986 – November 1989, Anchor/Reporter, WTNH, located in New Haven, Connecticut
November 1989 – December 1994, Anchor, CNN and CNN Headline News
January 1995 – August 1998, Anchor/Reporter, WHDH, NBC-affiliated television station located in Boston, Massachusetts
October 1998 - August 2003, Anchor/Reporter, KATU, ABC-affiliated television station located in Portland, Oregon. Host of AM Northwest
August 2005 until at least 2008, Sideline reporter, Fox Sports Northwest (now Root Sports Northwest)
August 2005 until at least 2008, Beaver Sports Network
November 2003 until at least 2008, Writer/Producer of fundraising videos, Marler Communications
December 2011 – present, Reporter for KGW, NBC-affiliated television station located in Portland, Oregon