Caroline Powers joined Western Mass News in July 2018 as a reporter and weekend morning anchor. She moved to New England in August 2017 after living her entire life in Michigan.
Caroline spent the last year working as a multimedia journalist at WFSB-TV in Hartford, CT. Before moving to the East Coast, she was a reporter and anchor for 9&10 News in Traverse City, MI.
During her time in Hartford, Caroline covered sports. She highlighted high school sports and traveled to Albany, NY where the UConn women's basketball team advanced to the Final Four.
While in northern Michigan, Caroline did it all - from flying with the U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Navy Blue Angels, to traveling to Washington D.C. with Michigan veterans for the Mid-Michigan Honor Flight. She also organized one-on-one interviews with top political leaders like Vice President Mike Pence one day before he and President Trump were elected, and Sen. Bernie Sanders during his campaign for the Democratic nomination.
Caroline attended Central Michigan University where she was a prominent figure at the University's award-winning news program, News Central 34. She was also the Vice President of her sorority, Phi Sigma Sigma, a campus tour guide, and a facilitator for several campus leadership programs. Caroline also spent a summer interning at the ABC station in Detroit, WXYZ-TV.
Caroline grew up in suburban Detroit with her parents and four younger sisters. She loves shopping, wine tasting, learning to cook, and being along the water. She is also an advisor for the Phi Sigma Sigma chapter at Quinnipiac University. Caroline, her husband Anthony, and their dog Knox love visiting new places around New England.