Caitlin Rearden

Anchor/Reporter

Caitlin Rearden
Caitlin Rearden
Anchor/Reporter
I joined KBAK/KBFX in October 2012 as the weekend anchor and weekday reporter. I started my journalism career at WXVT, the CBS affiliate in Greenville, Miss., as the weeknight anchor/reporter. I covered a variety of stories when working in Mississippi, from the 2011 Mississippi River flooding to agriculture and health stories, as well as everything in between.

This isn't my first time in California, I graduated from California State University in Los Angeles in June 2010 with a B.A in broadcast journalism. I was more than happy to move back to the West Coast, which I truly love!

I grew up in Reading, Penn., about an hour from Philadelphia. I've also lived in Bethany Beach, Del., and Flagstaff, Ariz. Moving around the country was a wonderful opportunity that allowed me to experience the diversity of the United States.

When I am not at work, I enjoy spending time with my daughters Carrigan and Juliette, reading, talking and spending time with friends and family, yoga, and exploring my new environment.

You can watch me on weekends and some weeknights on Eyewitness News.

Recent stories by Caitlin Rearden

Local & Regional Farm chemicals a concern, but bee impact not entirely known Farm chemicals a concern, but bee impact not entirely known (Video)
The Environmental Protection Agency is in the process of deciding whether or not to allow two multinational chemical companies, Dow Chemical and Syngenta, to increase the use of two pesticides, thiamethoxam and sulfoxaflor. The pesticides fall under the umbrella of neonicotinoids, which are already widely used on many crops. Some people, however, are concerned that it is killing the bees.
Local & Regional Officials explain why dog can't live after attacking boy Officials explain why dog can't live after attacking boy (Video)
After the video of a cat saving a little boy from a dog attack went viral, the cat was heralded a hero, and the dog was quarantined and destined to be put down. Now, some dog lovers upset about the fate of the dog are hoping for an alternative to euthanizing.