Caroline Vandergriff recently joined the team at FOX 25 in Oklahoma City. Previously, she worked at Spectrum News in Charlotte and WILX-TV in Lansing, Michigan.
Caroline fell in love with journalism in college. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcast & digital journalism and a bachelor’s degree in political science. As an anchor and reporter for ATVN, she covered high-profile political elections and important community issues. Caroline was also one of the hosts for CU@USC. She graduated in May 2011.
In Michigan’s capital city, she covered state politics, often filled in at the anchor desk and launched a new segment to address community issues. Caroline received a 2012 Broadcast Excellence Award from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters for one of her investigative feature stories.
Caroline spent four years in Charlotte as a reporter and fill-in anchor at Spectrum News (formerly Time Warner Cable News/News 14 Carolina), North Carolina’s 24-hour news channel. In September 2016, she marched for miles with protesters and delivered live reports through tear gas during the riots after the Keith Scott shooting. Caroline also traveled to South Carolina to cover the Charleston church massacre, the historic removal of the confederate flag from the grounds of the state capitol, and the campaign stops of all the major 2016 presidential contenders.
When she’s not working, Caroline loves to spend time with family and friends, curl up with a good book or get active outdoors. She loves exploring Oklahoma City, meeting new people and getting involved in the community.
Current Job Title
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Degree / Major
Reporter/Multimedia Journalist at Spectrum News in Charlotte, NC
Reporter/Multimedia Journalist at WILX-TV in Lansing, MI