Carlos Correa is an Emmy-nominated reporter and multimedia journalist. He helps cover our community through the Stockton News Bureau.
Carlos was born in Cali, Colombia and raised in Chicago. He has worked in local television news for the past 15 years, covering breaking news and a wide variety of stories.
Before moving to CBS13, Carlos was a reporter and fill-in anchor for CW6 San Diego covering the military and the U.S./Mexico Border. He won an Excellence in Journalism Award at the San Diego Press Club in 2015.
Carlos also worked as a multimedia journalist and weekend anchor for KERO-TV, the ABC affiliate in Bakersfield, California. He served as a news director and anchor for KRWG, the PBS/NPR stations in Las Cruces, New Mexico / El Paso, Texas. He also worked as a reporter and anchor for KOLR-TV, the CBS station in Springfield, Missouri while teaching part-time at Missouri State University.
Carlos was the Iowa bureau reporter for KTVO, the ABC affiliate in Kirksville, Missouri where he won a total of ten Iowa Broadcasting News Association Awards for Spot News, General Assignment, In-depth/Series, Health and Political coverage.
He began his career as a field producer for WMAQ, the NBC station in Chicago.
Carlos is excited to be part of the Stockton News Bureau and the CBS13 family.
Carlos’s recent stories
- Puerto Rican Chef In Spotlight For Stockton Restaurant WeekChef Jose Sanchez was just a teenager when he was introduced to the world of fine dining.
- Parents Of Stockton Twins Seen Smiling, Laughing In Court As Search ContinuesIt’s been two weeks since twin toddlers from Stockton, Ren and Setina Weddles, were reported missing while their parents remain in custody.
- Where Are Missing Stockton Infant Twins?Investigators hope recently released pictures of one of the twins will help in the efforts to locate them.
- Pregnant Modesto Teen Shot In BedThe 17-year-old, who is nine months pregnant, was sleeping when suddenly bullets started flying towards her bedroom.
- Suspected DUI Driver Injures Modesto Police Officer In CrashSabrina Rodriguez was getting ready to turn in for the night when all of a sudden her house started to shake.
- Apparent Drive-By Shooting Wounds Stockton Boy Inside HomeA 7-year-old boy is recovering at a hospital after being hit by a stray bullet over the weekend.
- Federal Help Coming For Stockton’s HomelessThe U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced a new grant to help existing programs that move people off the streets and into housing.
- Stockton Couple In Court, Their Twin Infants Still MissingStockton police say Setina and Ren Weddles were reported missing eight days ago.
- Police Searching For Black Honda Civic After Senior Killed In Modesto Hit-And-RunOfficers say one person is dead after a hit-and-run in Modesto Wednesday morning.
- Controversial Program to End Violent Crime Being Discussed By Stockton City CouncilViolent crime continues to have a huge impact on many families living in Stockton, and the city council will be focused on trying to fix the problem.
- Tent City Housing Over 150 Homeless People Closes In StocktonAn effort to help reduce crime in an area of downtown Stockton is causing concern for a lot of men and women who live there.
- Dogs That Fatally Mauled Modesto Woman Captured, Will Be EuthanizedThe pack of dogs believed to have mauled a Modesto woman to death are now off the streets.
- Immigration Attorneys Warn Against Using Marijuana As Feds Change StanceImmigration attorneys say non-U.S. citizens who admit to smoking pot to any immigration official could find themselves detained and even deported.
- 91-Year-Old Preparing Run For California GovernorDr. Albert Mezzetti wants to be the next governor of California. Mezzetti says he’s qualified for the job and has the stamina to be a great leader.
- Flu Season Hitting Hard, But It’s Too Soon To See If It’s WorseThere is a big push from public health officials in San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties to get people vaccinated with the flu shot.
- Suspicious Death Of Two Young Girls Shocks West Sacramento ResidentsA family is torn apart after the death of two children and their father who were all inside a parked car outside their mobile home park.
- Stockton Group Ready to Curb Violence In 2018It's an effort law enforcement and city leaders have been working on.
- Fate Of Stockton Golf Courses Draws Intense DebateEarlier this month, Mayor Michael Tubbs led a discussion on the possibilities of closing both sites and replacing at least one with housing.
- Stockton’s Miracle Mile Gets 5-Year Reprieve After Difficult YearFor the last several weeks, Stockton barber, Terrance Fields has been concerned over the future of his business which sits in the middle of the Miracle Mile.
- 100 Teens Shut Down Part Of Stockton MallThings are back to normal at one of Stockton’s busiest malls after an unlawful assembly was declared on Tuesday.