Carlos Correa is an Emmy-nominated reporter and Multimedia Journalist for CBS13. 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
- Pallet Yard Fire Sends Massive Plume Of Smoke In Stockton SkiesDark black smoke filled the sky in Stockton as fire crews worked to control a fast moving four-alarm fire.
- UoP Students Connect With Stockton CopsIt’s part of a national program that helps law enforcement improve the relationship between the community and officers.
- Stockton Shows Off Possible Rebirth To Federal AgenciesFrom the south of Stockton to downtown, the group toured several areas around the community on a city bus.
- Stockton Animal Shelter In Peril After San Francisco SPCA Bows Out Of DealJust recently, the San Francisco SPCA which has been helping the organization provide services to the Stockton community has decided to opt out of their partnership.
- Port Of Stockton Projects Aim To Bring More Jobs To AreaThe Port of Stockton continues to be one of the busiest ports in the state, with a combined 464 ships arriving and departing and it’s already created more than 5,000 jobs.
- Stockton Mayor Promotes Community’s Growth, Chance For Bright FutureAmbitious and excited, newly elected Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs wants the next four years to be a time of change.
- Stockton Mayor Ready To Present Brighter Vision Of CityIt’s been a busy couple of months as the mayor and his staff focus on several problems impacting Stockton from the economy to education and homelessness right down to crime.
- Manteca Mourning Teen Killed By TrainSierra High School is where the 15-year-old spent most of his time, studying and playing football, and sadly Austin Peterson died not too far from here.
- Chandra Levy’s Mother Turns To Art To Cope With Daughter’s Murder 16 Years LaterA Mother’s Tears is the name of a new exhibit highlighting the life of Chandra Levy, a Washington intern from Modesto who went missing in 2001.
- After Wet Winter, Farmers Concerned Over Damaged CropsWhen heavy rain moved into Northern California earlier this year, farmer Bill Stokes knew he was going to have a big problem on his hands.
- Tracy Working To Change County Policy For FirefightersCurrent protocol allows Tracy firefighters to respond to certain type of medical emergencies and city leaders are fighting to get that changed.
- New Lodi Recycling Program Rolls Out Fines For Using Wrong BinsWaste Management plans to hand out warnings for the first two offenses, hand out fines by the third violation and replace a person’s container by the fourth offense with a 96-gallon trash bin for the year – at the resident’s expense.
- San Joaquin County Has Trauma Center, AgainPatients suffering from a traumatic injury in Stockton will no longer have to drive 30 miles to the nearest hospital for treatment.
- San Joaquin County River Levels Expected To Remain HighHigh water levels along rivers and in reservoirs are keeping emergency management teams on alert after winter storms kept
- Deportation Fears Draw Families To Stockton Immigration WorkshopsThe fear of deportation continues to be a big concern for many undocumented families, but community workshops are hoping to calm things down.
- Stockton Crime Rate Drops, But Hard Work Isn’t Over For Police, CommunityThe Stockton Police Department has added additional staff including two new community service officers. The city is also part of a pilot program funded through the U.S. Attorney’s Office to help improve relationships between law enforcement officers and the community.
- Deportation Fears Surround Stockton Cinco De Mayo EventThousands of families have attended in the past, but some say they just don’t feel comfortable participating this year. Many people blame President Donald Trump’s immigration policies.
- Stockton High School Student Awaiting Professional Boxing DebutGabriel Flores, Jr., 16, who lost his mother in a violent gang shooting says he’s doing it all for her. He can still remember his mother, Juanita Maldonado sitting in the stands, watching and cheering as he won fight after fight.