In elementary school Karaline told her parents she wanted to be “the person on the TV” and she hasn't turned back since
Karaline Ann graduated from the University of Illinois in May 2016 where she studied broadcast journalism with an area of specialization in both political science and Italian.
Throughout college Karaline interned at WCIA channel 3 in Champaign, Illinois, as well as worked as an assistant news director for the campus radio station 107.1 for 3 years. Going into her senior year she interned at 97.1 The Drive, a radio station in Chicago. Each experience showing her how exciting the world of journalism is, and confirming it was the industry she wanted to go into.
Karaline is excited to finally pursue her dream of reporting. She enjoys meeting new people and being able to tell someone else's story. Karaline’s hobbies include jogging, baking, playing or watching sports (mostly her Chicago teams!) and exploring.
Karaline has spent her entire life in Chicago, so she will miss the Midwest, but she is excited to begin her career on the beautiful Western Slope.
Feel free to reach out to Karaline with a story idea, or just to say hello, she would love to hear from you.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told a House hearing Wednesday that he saw no reason to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller from the Russia probe.
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