Blair Caldwell

Blair Caldwell is a Rossford native who made her way back to WTOL in October of 2016. She is a multi-media journalist and most of the time you’ll find her in our evening newscasts at 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. Blair came to WTOL from WLUC-TV6 in Marquette, Michigan. While in the Upper Peninsula, she served as a reporter and weekend anchor. In 2015 she received a first place award from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters for her five part series “Making a Marine” and a merit award for best news reporter. Blair graduated summa cum laude from Huntington University in 2014 with a degree in broadcast journalism and a minor in communications. While in college, she led the student run newscast as well as had several internships in Indiana, even a brief one here at WTOL. Blair was married in September of 2017 and describes the day as her Pinterest dream. Besides taking far too many pictures and videos of her cat, Blair loves spending time with family and friends, going to her local church, chocolate and of course the Ohio State Buckeyes. Blair is so grateful to be back in the Toledo area and working alongside some of the people she grew up watching and aspiring to be (looking at you, Jerry and Robert).

Recent Articles by Blair

Pitbill gets second chance after abuse investigation

Perrysburg teachers discuss diversity at annual conference

BGSU expert breaks down border wall discussion

Toledo organization works to empower neighbors in case of an active shooter situation

How to Drive for icy road conditions

Raising awareness by Going Red for Women

Chief Kral Takes the Wheel for Virtual Ride Along

Insulin prices on the rise, shows no sign of stopping soon

Look but don’t touch; ice jam brings beauty and caution to local rivers

Record cold skyrockets the number of roadside calls

Volunteers donate time, resources to provide shelter to cats

Avoiding the cold and boredom, how to have some indoor fun

Family of five survives devastating fire, in need of help

Tecumseh school board urges community to unite after separation with superintendent

ProMedica Security Guard saves little girl

Toledo crews create road plan ahead of snow

First legal sale of medical marijuana in Sandusky

Prepping your car for the winter weather

Perrysburg family hit hard by government shutdown

Big plans ahead for Navarre Ave