Caroline Wood

Multimedia Journalist

Moselle, MS

Caroline Wood is a native of Cookeville, Tenn.

She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Alabama in 2020. Caroline earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a major in News Media and a Minor in Political Science.

During her time in college, Caroline had the opportunity to intern at WVLT-TV in Knoxville, Tenn., and WVUA 23 News in Tuscaloosa, Ala. These two internships helped her develop a passion for telling stories within her community.

When she’s not out covering stories, Caroline loves spending time with her dog. She also loves watching college football, going to the lake, hanging out with friends and family and listening to live music.

Caroline is very excited to be in Mississippi and is enjoying exploring the Pine Belt area.

If you have a story idea you would like to share with Carloline, send her an email at

Recent Articles by Caroline

  Local health expert breaks down how COVID-19 vaccine works

  Laurel church launches addiction recovery program

  January is National Train Your Dog Month

  Community members protest at Marion County School District board meeting

  Teacher pay increase, COVID-19 relief on top of state legislature’s agenda

  Rep. Palazzo speaks on chaos at nation’s Capitol

  Hattiesburg files arbitration request in effort to rebuild fire station destroyed by 2017 tornado

  City of Hattiesburg, MSDH collaborate on new vaccine and testing site

  Pine Belt health expert warns supplies are ‘exhaustible’

  A look back on some of biggest 2020 political stories in Pine Belt

  Laurel animal shelter struggling as pandemic slows donations

  Mississippi hospitals overwhelmed as new year approaches

  USM nurse practitioner program ranked best in state

  SCRMC begins vaccinating frontline workers

  Pine Belt health experts discuss Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

  Tax credit available for donation to early learning collaboratives

  Pine Belt health expert warns of potential hospital overload

  SCRMC limiting patient visitation amid statewide surge in COVID-19 cases

  New Holiday Inn Express coming to Hub City

  Landrum’s Christmas Candlelight Tour kicks off

  Pine Belt health expert explains differences in COVID-19 tests

  Pine Belt doctors discuss COVID-19 and flu

  Firefighters share safety tips for using space heaters

  COVID-19 pandemic increasing hunger in Mississippi, non-profit officials say

  Local author releases new Christmas book

  Hattiesburg Fire Department gives safety tips on grease fires

  Doctor gives tips for safe last-minute Thanksgiving shopping

  4th Annual ‘Giving While Living’ toy drive happening Dec. 19

  Groundbreaking day in fight against COVID-19, local doctors say

  Domestic Abuse Family Shelter extends space for pets