Cashea Airy


Cashea Airy is a reporter for The Click and an aspiring broadcast journalist. Her work has appeared on Spectrum News 1 Southern California, Inside the Issues with Alex Cohen and KCRA 3 News Sacramento. She is from the San Francisco Bay Area and completed her undergraduate studies at UCLA and Sacramento State University. She is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in American Journalism at the Arthur L. Carter Institute of Journalism at New York University. In her free time, Cashea enjoys traveling, working out, reading, and discovering new coffee shops.

November 15, 2023

The Friend Zone Podcast: Where Personal Growth, Pop Culture, and Journalism Meet

In a digital age saturated with content, where substance is often overshadowed by style, "The Friend Zone" reminds us that journalism can be a vehicle for meaningful discourse, even in the most unconventional of spaces.

sisters and owners of DRIP Espresso sit in coffee shop

November 8, 2023

DRIP Espresso Crafts the Perfect Blend of Community and Culture in Sacramento

DRIP Espresso is the vision of three sisters, Jasmine Bronson, Keiona Williamson, and Taylor White. They are co-owners of one of the few black-owned and woman-owned businesses in California’s Capital city. 

border wall at river

November 8, 2023

Human Rights Watch Advocates for Migrant Rights Amid Ongoing Operation Lone Star Injustices

The organization asserts that, under Operation Lone Star, officials placed razor wire in areas of the river where crossing is easier, trapping and injuring some migrants while pushing others to attempt crossing at riskier locations.

oak park sign surrounded by trees on a sunny day

May 8, 2023

‘We Walk Amongst Each Other, Not with Each Other’: Seeking Common Ground in Sacramento’s Oak Park

Tensions over whether Oak Park is experiencing damaging gentrification or helpful revitalization continue to shape conversations about the neighborhood.

California Assemblymember Evan Low sits in office at State Capitol.

May 8, 2023

The Fight for Marriage Equality Continues in California

Gay marriage is legal in California but the state constitution still says marriage should only be between a man and woman. Two lawmakers hope to change that with a new amendment.