Caitlin Irla

She joined the NEWSChannel 2 team in November 2018.

Title: Multimedia Journalist

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

Whitesboro residents voice concerns, ask for help from village officials

At the first Whitesboro Village board meeting since the Halloween flood, many residents voiced their concerns and asked village officials for help.

Candidates for Oneida County Executive face off in debate

The two candidates running for Oneida County Executive faced off in a debate at Utica Maennerchor Hall Tuesday night.

Local organizations partnering for worldwide autism research

Five local organizations are partnering for autism research and to understand the causes of autism spectrum disorder.

Body cam footage from hospital shown during day 4 of Anderson trial

Members of the Utica Police Department, the fire department, and the New York State Forensic Investigation Center testified on day four of the Andre Anderson murder trial in Oneida County Court.

Joe Marino expresses concerns about Utica road conditions

Joe Marino held a press conference to expresses his concerns about road conditions in the City of Utica.

Law enforcement serving up food at Applebee's

Several members of local law enforcement waited tables at Applebee's in North Utica to raise money for the Special Olympics.

75 Remington Arms employees laid off

75 Remington Arms employees were laid off Tuesday.

Democratic candidate for Rome mayoral race reacts to Mayor Izzo's budget address

David Halpin, the democratic candidate for the Rome mayoral race, reacted to Mayor Jacqueline Izzo's budget address.

Forensic scientist takes the stand during trial for former Utica firefighter accused of lewd act

Two forensic scientists took the stand on day two of a trial for former Utica firefighter, Richard Forte.

UPDATE: Waterville animal shelter owners face additional charges

The Central New York SPCA says 62-year-old Brenda Kunze, 66-year-old Horst Kunze, and 40-year-old Joseph Kunze owned and operated the Whispering Pines Animal Shelter in Waterville where 60 dogs, four cats, and one bird were seized in a raid Friday.

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