Caroline Corrigan, WJHL

Caroline Corrigan


Johnson City, TN, United States

Contact Caroline

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • WJHL
  • WATE 6 On Your Side

Past articles by Caroline:

Two 'dropouts' discovered at West Ridge High School construction site

Sullivan County School Board Chairman Michael Hughes said structural engineers informed the school board about two "dropouts" on the site of West Ridge High School during the work session Tuesday night. → Read More

Central Baptist Church hosts food packing event for 150th anniversary

Central Baptist Church in Johnson City celebrated 150 years with a food packing event Saturday. → Read More

Local mothers say new FDA approved postpartum depression drug gives them 'hope'

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL)- For the first time, the Food and Drug Administration has approved a medication specifically to treat women suffering from postpartum depression. → Read More

Sullivan County man charged in the death of 4-year-old out on bond

A Sullivan County man charged with murdering a four-year-old girl is out on bond. → Read More

2-year-old Johnson County girl struck by bullet in critical condition

A young girl remains in critical condition Monday after she was hit in the head by a bullet in Johnson County. → Read More

UPDATE: 2-year-old girl struck by bullet in critical condition

A young girl remains in critical condition Monday after she was hit in the head by a bullet in Johnson County. → Read More

Former Sullivan North teacher says mold in building caused him to resign

A former Sullivan North High School teacher said he resigned because the mold in the school was making him sick. → Read More

Johnson County mother upset after video about abortion shown in high school class

A Johnson County mother wants a teacher to be held accountable after she said an inappropriate video about abortion was shown to her son's high school Biology class. → Read More

Case lingers after report found ETSU professor created hostile environment for student he dated

It's been eight months since an investigation found an East Tennessee State University (ETSU) professor created a hostile environment and retaliated against a student he dated. → Read More

Feeding America Southwest Virginia donates 400 boxes of food to USP Lee employees during shutdown

While President Donald Trump announced a deal to re-open the government, it didn't come soon enough for federal workers to receive a paycheck by Friday. → Read More

Holston Army Ammunition restarts production after explosion

Officials at BAE Systems said production at Holston Army Ammunition Plant is on track to resume. → Read More

Child recalls shooting during day three of testimony for Sullivan County triple murder trial

Day three of testimony in the Robert Seth Denton murder trial included investigators taking the stand Thursday morning. → Read More

Community comes together for Washington County, TN sergeant fighting cancer

A Tri-Cities community is coming together for one of their own, a member of the Washington County, Tennessee Sheriff's Office who is fighting cancer. → Read More

Local billboards call for end to government shutdown

JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL)- A local chapter of the American Federation of Government Employees, also known as AFGE, paid for two billboards in Johnson City calling for an end to the government shutdown. → Read More

Shutdown leaves more than 300 employees at Lee County, VA federal prison without pay

Families are making tough decisions as 800,000 federal employees missed their first paycheck Friday because of the partial government shutdown. → Read More

Lee County Hospital Authority to cut ties with Americore

Leaders in Lee County, Virginia announced Thursday they plan to cut ties with a Florida based company they chose to re-open a hospital. → Read More

Partial government shutdown could impact thousands of SNAP recipients in Northeast Tennessee

The partial shutdown could impact thousands of people who rely on food stamps in Northeast Tennessee. → Read More

Sen. Lamar Alexander, Congressman Phil Roe discuss partial governmnet shutdown

A partial federal government shutdown now enters its third week. → Read More

Neighbors want answers following fire, explosion at Holston Army Ammunition Plant

Officials with the Holston Army Ammunition Plant in Kingsport say all operations remain discontinued and the plant has been put into safe mode following a fire and explosion at the facility on Thursday. → Read More

Sunday wine sales in grocery stores now legal in Tennessee

More than 30 new laws go into effect on January 1 in Tennessee. → Read More