Caroline Coleburn

Caroline Coleburn


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

Recent Articles by Caroline

McMaster replaces Governor’s School board after their decision to start the school year online

SC officials stress river safety after 17-year-old drowns on the Congaree

SC woman raises more than $28,000 for local charity by making and selling face masks

SC Association of School Nurses believes it’s too soon to return to in-person learning

Study finds SC among top states for people refusing to wear masks

SC company rolling out face shields to schools across the country

  Orangeburg City Council votes to remove Confederate statue, rename John C. Calhoun Drive

SC teen receives two negative COVID-19 tests before learning she has the virus

SC food pantry sees demand increase as pandemic continues

3 killed, 5 others injured in drive by shooting at cookout in Bowman

  SC 8-year-old injured in tornado gets released from hospital with special sendoff

  South Carolinians receiving unemployment will now see an extra $600 per week

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

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

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

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

#RocksForFaye: People across the world keep Faye Swetlik’s memory alive

Cayce DPS officers grieve what they call the worst case of their careers

New videos show Faye Swetlik’s bubbly personality as the community continues to mourn

A huge pothole on I-77 is causing drivers thousands of dollars in damage