Caitlin Irla

She joined the NEWSChannel 2 team in November 2018.

Title: Multimedia Journalist
cirla@wktv.com

Caitlin Irla is a multimedia journalist for WKTV.

She joined the NEWSChannel 2 team in November 2018.

Caitlin graduated from The College of Saint Rose in Albany with a bachelor’s degree in 2017. While in college, Caitlin interned at Spectrum News, formerly Time Warner Cable News, in Albany and NEWS 10 ABC.

She was born and raised in the Capital Region, but her family is from the Utica area.

When she’s not at work, Caitlin enjoys spending time with family, her dogs, Boomer and Romeo, and her cat Juliet.

Recent Posts by Caitlin Irla

Boonville auditions for new HGTV show 'Home Town Takeover'

Just after a fire destroyed a piece of history in the Village of Boonville, HGTV announced a new show to revitalize small towns across America.

First meeting of the year for the 24th Ride for Missing Children

The first meeting of the year for the 24th annual Ride for Missing Children was held Tuesday.

Local seminar to teach community members how to be prepared in an active shooter situation

With mass casualty events happening all too frequently, the goal of Thursday night's seminar was to teach community members how to stay safe and be prepared for emergency situations, like an active shooter.

Whitesboro students tell tobacco and vape companies to #QuitLying

#QuitLying is a national awareness campaign designed to hold leading vaping and tobacco companies accountable for misleading teens and young adults into believing it's ok to vape.

Schuyler discusses establishing a water district for water transmission line in Herkimer County

Schuyler officials held a meeting Wednesday to discuss establishing a water district for the water transmission line that will run through five municipalities in Herkimer County.

State DOT responds to Brindisi's Vernon Center water claims

The New York State Department of Transportation has responded to Rep. Anthony Brindisi's claims that the state is responsible for contaminated water in the hamlet of Vernon Center.

Brindisi calling on the state to address drinking water quality in Vernon Center

Congressman Anthony Brindisi was joined by Vernon officials to call on the state to provide answers and address drinking water quality in Vernon Center.

Brindisi nay, Delgado yea on War Powers Resolution vote

Congressman Anthony Brindisi voted in opposition of the War Powers Resolution on Iran. Congressman Antonio Delgado voted in favor of the resolution.

Kuyahoora Ambulance to continue serving the community

The Kuyahoora Valley Ambulance Corps. will be able to continue serving the community.

New Hartford native making it big in the fashion world

New Hartford native, David Zyla, is an Emmy Award-winning costume designer and best-selling author.

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