Going after the story has meant going all over the country for Carol. She reported stories for a newspaper in Tacoma, Washington before tackling television in Topeka, and Wichita, Kansas.
She left NBC5 in Dallas, Texas to join Action 3 News in January of 2007 and make her home in Omaha. She now anchors the 5pm, 6pm and 10pm newscasts.
Over the years Carol says she's been fortunate to have a front row seat to many incredible stories including the space shuttle Columbia explosion, Presidential visits, troops deploying to Iraq, and even a one-on-one with domestic diva Martha Stewart.
Carol has been recognized for her work with several awards, including the Kansas Association of Broadcasters Award for an investigative series on nightclub discrimination.
In her free time, Carol volunteers with several organizations including Junior League of Omaha, Nebraska AIDS Project, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and Women's Fund of Greater Omaha. For her efforts she was named one of Omaha's Ten Outstanding Young Omahans.
She also loves attending arts events, as well traveling, hanging out with friends, and trying new restaurants.
Carol earned a master's degree in broadcast journalism from Northwestern University and graduated with honors from Boston University with a degree in journalism and minors in economics and women's studies.
Her husband, Jim, is a Chicago native and loves the weather here!