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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

New Hartford Police looking for missing teen

New Hartford Police are attempting to locate a missing 16-year-old.

Village of Herkimer helping residents, small businesses

The Village of Herkimer is one of thousands of small municipalities struggling during the coronavirus pandemic. The village's mayor says he is working to help residents and a hotline has been set up to help small businesses.

Utica Food Pantry looking for donations due to increasing demand

The Utica Food Pantry is looking for donations due to increasing demand during the coronavirus pandemic.

Grocery stores taking measures to protect customers, employees

Grocery stores are taking extra precautions when it comes to protecting their employees and their customers.

How locals are adjusting to telecommuting

Thousands of people are adjusting to social distancing and working from home.

Pregnant women face concerns during coronavirus pandemic

Pregnant women are facing fears and concerns during the coronavirus pandemic.

Local woman raising money to give back to workers at Rome Memorial Hospital

A Rome woman is raising money to give back to health care workers at Rome Memorial Hospital.

Panic buying hurting families with specific shopping needs

As panic buying continues across the country, families who have food allergies and dietary restrictions are struggling to find what they need.

Truck drivers dealing with long hours, high demand during coronavirus pandemic

Truck drivers are working around the clock to deliver important medical supplies, food, and other essentials to grocery stores and hospitals nationwide.

MVHS addresses concerns about supplies and people

Governor Cuomo says demand for hospital beds across the state could outstrip current capacity by tens of thousands, but, Mohawk Valley Health Systems says space is not an issue, their top priorities are supplies and people.

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