Caroline Coleburn

Caroline Coleburn

Reporter

Columbia, S.C.

Caroline Coleburn joined the WIS team as a reporter in January of 2020.

Before moving to Columbia, Caroline worked for two years as a reporter for WVIR NBC29 in Charlottesville, Virginia.

While there, she covered a wide range of stories, including the aftermath of the deadly Unite the Right rally and the state's Confederate statue controversy.

Caroline graduated from the University of Virginia with degrees in media studies and government.

Caroline is a Virginia native and grew up in the small town of Blackstone, where her father ran the local newspaper, and she says journalism is in her blood. She's excited to tell stories in the Palmetto State and looks forward to cheering on the Gamecocks, as long as they're not playing UVA.

If you have a story idea, you can email Caroline at caroline.coleburn@wistv.com.


Recent Articles by Caroline

S.C. couple ties the knot with family and friends watching live on Facebook

  SC DEW: When CARES Act benefits arrive, more people can get help

  As nearly 100,000 South Carolinians file for unemployment, system still having issues

  S.C. seamstresses sew gowns for nurses and doctors to help fill shortage

  S.C. elementary school principal creates daily Facebook videos to stay connected with students

  Hundreds pack KershawHealth parking lot to show support for patients and staff

  S.C. renters worried about being evicted despite order from S.C. Supreme Court

  More than 31,000 South Carolinians have filed for unemployment benefits

Columbia City Council considers shelter-in-place order

  S.C. doctor urges people to take COVID-19 seriously; opens 3 drive-thru testing locations

  SC grocery stores, pharmacies see business boom during COVID-19 pandemic

  7-month-old baby in S.C. tests positive for COVID-19

  Thousands of South Carolinians can now receive unemployment benefits without applying for other jobs

  Columbia restaurants, bars struggle after governor orders dine-in services to close

  School districts roll out at-home learning plans

  Kershaw Co. leaders discuss COVID-19, new steps to prevent spread of the virus

  Kershaw Co. Schools provide meals to students, continue instruction with E-learning program

  S.C. schools to work with DHEC, Dept. of Ed to make decision about closures

  Downtown Columbia businesses seeing decline in customers due to coronavirus

  Prisma Health, DHEC prepare for possibility of more cases of coronavirus in S.C.

  Kershaw Co. Schools ramp up cleaning after 2 students were potentially exposed to coronavirus

  49 horses, 47 dogs seized from home in Kershaw County; rescue groups ask for donations

  How will COVID-19 affect South Carolinians’ finances?

  South Carolina hospitals prepare for COVID-19

  Hundreds gather in Sumter to remember Cpl. Andrew Gillette

  High voter turnout reported in the Palmetto State, only a few polling issues

  School districts, UofSC preparing in case coronavirus spreads to S.C.

South Carolina’s new voting system will make its statewide debut Saturday

  Sumter County deputies remember Cpl. Andrew Gillette

  Lexington County woman uses her art to help honor Faye Swetlik at Springdale Elementary