Caroline Goggin joined the Action News team in July 2023 as an anchor/reporter. Prior to returning home to Pennsylvania, Goggin spent seven years working in New England. She most recently worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor at WHDH in Boston, where she covered her fair share of severe weather, breaking news events, and championship runs. Prior to that, Goggin worked as an anchor/reporter for WPRI in Providence. One of her most notable assignments in Rhode Island was a deep dive she did on how burn pits were affecting members of the military. Goggin began her career as an anchor and reporter for WBNG in Binghamton, New York.

During her time in Rhode Island, and just a few weeks after getting married, Goggin suffered a stroke at the age of 27. After making a full recovery, she and her husband, Travis, decided to get involved in the stroke community. In February 2020, she was honored by the American Heart Association during their Go Red for Women luncheon in Providence. Then, in April 2022, she and her husband ran the Boston Marathon for Tedy's Team - an organization created by stroke survivor and former New England Patriot, Tedy Bruschi. Throughout their training, Goggin and her husband raised $25,000 for the organization - funds that will be used for stroke research and awareness efforts.

After almost a decade away, Goggin is returning home to the Philadelphia area and to her favorite sports teams. She was born and raised in West Chester and is a graduate of Bishop Shanahan High School in Downingtown. Goggin graduated from Penn State University with a degree in broadcast journalism. When she isn't at work, you can find her on a run with her husband or on a walk with their dog, Winston. Goggin is so excited to be home and to share your stories!

Caroline's Stories
Beauty supply store among many hit during second night of looting in Philadelphia
Video from inside Nat's Beauty Supply shows looters breaking the glass door, entering the business and ripping items off the shelves and walls.
Vacuum containing hundreds of hornets stolen from Philadelphia beekeeper's truck
"Those girls should be full of life and extra spicy. I anxiously await your unboxing video," read a message directed at the thief.
New Jersey township adding resource officers to every school in district
Every school in Washington Township, New Jersey is now staffed with a school resource officer because of a new agreement between the police department and the board of education.
Philadelphia police search for suspects in 2 armed robberies at nail salons; 1 woman shot
Philadelphia police are looking for two men who they say are involved in armed robberies at two different nail salons in the city.
Some students in New Jersey district go remote, others change buildings due to mold
Students at a middle school in Burlington County, New Jersey will attend class remotely, while students from another school will switch buildings, because of mold problems.
Gas prices remain high, but relief could be coming
The national average is the highest it has been this year, up 21 cents from this time last year, according to AAA.
Man dead after hit-and-run on Roosevelt Blvd. in the Rhawnhurst section of Philadelphia
Police recovered a bumper for evidence and are checking area surveillance cameras.
MGM Resorts, Caesars Entertainment deal with issues after cybersecurity attacks
Cybersecurity expert Scott Spiro weighed in on how hackers accessed MGM's system.
Man says escaped murderer Danelo Cavalcante stole his footwear: 'They were my boots!'
When escaped prisoner Danelo Cavalcante was pulled from the woods, he was wearing an Eagles sweatshirt, black pants and a pair of stolen work boots.
Escaped Pennsylvania inmate stole rifle, fled homeowner's gunfire; remains at large
The escaped murderer who has been on the loose for nearly two weeks is now armed with a rifle, state police say.