Carolina Leid
Carolina Leid joined the Eyewitness News Team in January 2008 as a general assignment reporter.

Carolina comes from Cleveland where she worked as a general assignment reporter and fill in anchor.
There, she broke the story of a homeowner's association management company pocketing hundreds of thousands of dollars in association funds across northeast Ohio without homeowners being the wiser.

Prior to working in Cleveland, Carolina worked as a general assignment reporter in Orlando and fill in anchor in Spanish. She covered four hurricanes in a row and practically lived in a satellite truck for the 2004 hurricane season.

She got her break in television news in Gainesville Florida where she did double duty attending graduate school at the University of Florida and working as a reporter for the abc affiliate.

Carolina holds a bachelor's of science in broadcast journalist at Syracuse University's Newhouse School.

Carolina's mother is from the Dominican Republic and her father is from Grenada. She has fond memories of spending summers in both countries.

Carolina was born in the Bronx and lives in the borough.

Worried parents in one New Jersey town are asking questions about where their pre-K through 4th grade children will go to school this fall and how they'll get there.
Dozens of concerned and angry parents marched outside the community center in Tuckahoe Wednesday night, demanding more extensive testing be done before anything is builty at the old quarry on Marbledale Road.
Prosecutors say 44-year-old Miguel Bonilla woke up the morning of July 27, and decided he was no longer in love with his long-time girlfriend. He allegedly stabbed her repeatedly, took a break to listen to music, then stabbed her some more.
Sunday afternoon around 4:30, John tied up Chulo outside the Associated Spermarket on Third Avenue in the Morrisania section of the Bronx. He usually takes his service dog inside, but he figured he would be quick. A man then unties Chulo and walks away with him.
Tommy Torres was working at the Boost Mobile store on 10th Avenue Wednesday afternoon when the men barged in demanding money and cell phones.