Caribe Devine anchors 12News at 5, 6 and 10 with Mark Curtis. Caribe began her career at 12News in 2005 as weekend weather anchor and live shot feature reporter, before moving to weeknights in 2011 as chief meteorologist.
Caribe has been recognized for her work during breaking news coverage of the 2018 violent riots at a President Trump rally in downtown Phoenix, with an Edward R. Murrow Award and National Emmy Award Nomination. She is an Emmy nominated and Associated Press “Best Anchor” and winner of numerous Emmy Awards for best evening newscast in a large TV market.
Caribe was born in Longview, Texas, but considers El Paso, Texas, her home town. While in high school, Caribe was news anchor for the Andress High School student news broadcast but decided on a different path in college.
She graduated from the University of Texas El Paso with a degree in Elementary Education. Soon after college, fate brought Caribe back into news broadcasting and she landed her first job as a weather caster at KFOX-TV in El Paso, Texas. She also worked as weekend weather anchor and reporter at KTSM-TV in El Paso before coming to 12News.
Caribe holds a certificate of Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University and is a member of the National Weather Association and the National Association of Black Journalists.
Caribe has two daughters: Nevaeh born in October 2009 and Aviva born in December 2013.