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.

A frightening encounter in Queens was caught on camera. A bar owner standing outside of her business to make a phone call was is suddenly chased by a man with a knife.
Young people are seen getting drunk, getting sick, and getting wild in the middle of the day.
A 7-year-old boy on Long Island is being honored for making a 911 call that saved his mother's life.
The George Washington Bridge bus terminal is now closed for the next year to be remodeled and modernized.
Kenneth Cunningham could not believe his eyes when he arrived at 145th and 7th Avenue in Harlem after his sister called him crying. Witnesses say a maroon-colored work van cut off a black Nissan, causing it to hop the curb onto the busy sidewalk, hitting one pedestrian around 7:30 Friday night.