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
- Why Are Stockton Residents Being Forced Out Of Apartments?Sixty-day notices were posted on the door of at least 20 units at the Quailwood Apartments. Residents say the property was recently sold.
- Stanislaus County Program Training Next Generation Of Blue-Collar WorkersIndustry experts are now forecasting an increase in the demand for well-qualified and skilled people to fill jobs in manufacturing, construction, and maintenance.
- ‘Zero Tolerance’ Immigration Policy Has Stockton Families ConcernedFaith and community leaders in San Joaquin County call it cruel and unnecessary as those parents face prosecution for attempting to cross the border illegally.
- Micke Grove Zoo Staff Could Be Cut In Half Under New BudgetFifty percent of the small staff at the Micke Grove Zoo have already received notice and are now doing everything they can to keep their positions from being eliminated from the county.
- Tracy Boys And Girls Club Scrambling After Losing Federal GrantNo one really knows why its request was rejected, but the county of education which writes the grant is working to figure it out so it can be ready for next year’s proposal.
- Downtown Tracy Piano Helps Local School Music ProgramsThere is another fun thing to do in downtown Tracy, besides shopping and dining, and it’s all for a good cause.
- Who Killed A Modesto Brother And Sister?Police are not disclosing the circumstances surrounding the murders, but want to make sure the small community knows there is no cause for concern.
- Drone Program Gives Modesto Police Crime-Fighting Eye In The SkyOfficers with the Modesto Police Department’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Unit are taking flight around the community.
- Manteca Student Cares For Pig After Classmate’s Death In CrashThere is a lot that goes into taking care of a 7-month old, 246-pound prize pig. Especially, one that has become so special to Corey Scott, 14, of Manteca.
- Stockton Woman Murdered After Graduation PartyFamily members said Celina Ramirez, 22, was a kind and loving person. She was not perfect, but she was genuine.
- New San Joaquin County Sheriff Ready To Rebuild TrustPat Withrow defeated incumbent Steve Moore at a time when controversy has swirled around the coroner's office.
- One Year After Miracle Mile Shutdown, Stockton Residents Want Businesses BackNine businesses were given three days to vacate. Now a year later, the fight continues over what will be done with the property.
- How Did A Sex Offender Escape A Stanislaus County Courthouse?A registered sex offender was in court on gun charges, but when he heard about new charges, he slipped away from authorities.
- Mystery Of Missing Livestock May Be Closer To SolutionThey are looking for a Ford Ranger/Chevy S-10 type pickup with wooden racks on the side of the truck bed.
- BART Plan Would Connect Bay Area Transit System To TracyA solution to on-going congestion along Interstate 580 corridor that takes people from the valley to the Bay Area is in the works.
- Sheriff: Man Shot By Deputy In Landlord-Tenant Dispute DiesA man who was shot by a deputy during a dispute with his former landlord has died from his injuries.
- Manteca Laying Groundwork For Big Building BoomSince the start of the year, Manteca has issued nearly 300 building permits, valued at close to $100 million so far.
- Rescue Teams At Yosemite National Park Brace For Large CrowdsPark rangers call Memorial Day weekend the most dangerous time of the year because the snowmelt is causing higher river levels.
- Former Stockton Students Hope To Give Back To CommunityThe former Stagg High students are working together to pay it forward so other kids from low-income families can have a life far away from gangs and gun violence.
- Training Exercise Focuses On Port Of StocktonFrom natural disasters to terror attacks, several first responders gathered at the Port of Stockton for an intense exercise focused on public safety.