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
- Lodi Police Adding Drone To Crime-Fighting RosterThe police department spent most of last year obtaining licenses and permits so its new drone can take flight.
- Man Taunts Suspected Porch Pirate As She Rides With Neighbor’s PackageA good Samaritan saw the whole thing and decided to follow the suspect and then confronted her with package still in her hands.
- Man Threatens Cops, Cops Respond By Helping HimHe threatened to shoot and kill cops before turning the gun on himself. Officers were able to help the man instead and take him into custody.
- Backyard Skateboard Ramp At Center Of Riverbank Neighbor FightA Riverbank father whose hobby has helped bring in some extra cash is now being asked to find other ways to earn money, or he’ll get fined.
- Turlock Business Sets At-Risk Youth A Cut Above The RestIt’s called the Barber Club and it's asking young men tough questions and giving them a space where they can plan for the future.
- Ripon Joins Feds In Opposing California Immigration LawsRipon is joining a growing list of cities and counties in the state that support the federal government’s lawsuit challenging California’s immigration laws.
- Business Opportunities Opening Up In Downtown StocktonRight now, the search is on for new tenants to fill vacant storefronts including space next to the Stockton arena – the future home of the Sacramento Kings G League franchise.
- Stockton Food Vendor Shot During RobberyDoctors say Don Ramon will be bedridden for at least four months. Now, the community is coming together to raise money for him and his family.
- Sacramento Kings Moving G League Team From Reno To StocktonNo one is happier to welcome the team than Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs.
- Modesto Man Arrested In Wife’s MurderThe Modesto man accused of killing his wife is now behind bars after police say he was on the run for the last two days.
- California Farmers Finding More Ways To Conserve WaterIn one district, farmers are using a system known as drip tape irrigation, which has helped save millions of gallons of water.
- High School Students Building Prosthetic Hand For Injured VeteranStudents in Modesto are designing a prosthetic hand for a Stockton veteran who was injured while serving in the Middle East.
- China Tariffs Have California Agriculture Waiting For FalloutBusiness professors say China’s decision is retaliation against the Trump administration’s penalties on imports of steel and aluminum.
- Stockton Workshops Aim To Get Neighbors More Involved In CommunityThe People’s Assembly is a series of workshops aimed at giving neighbors the tools to become community organizers and help find solutions to those problems.
- Honey Oil Lab Found In Modesto ParkModesto Police officers have arrested Robert Berg, 51, after he was found in possession of a butane honey oil lab.
- Elderly Woman Injured In Stockton Home Invasion RobberyInvestigators say an 84-year-old woman heard noises coming from her home in the Bear Creek District. When she yelled out, the suspects, described as four black men ran out, only to return five minutes later.
- Thieves Who Targeted Homeless Outreach Group Also Took Security CamerasOver the weekend, thieves broke into the Stockton Good Samaritan Training Center, walking away with several items including its security camera and monitor. It added up to thousands of dollars’ worth of damage.
- Farmers Keeping Close Eye On Storm, River LevelsSan Joaquin County officials are keeping a close eye on the forecast as more storms are expected to move into the region.
- Families Rally Support For San Joaquin Activity CenterThe center has provided services to people with developmental disabilities for nearly 60 years, but is in danger of closing.
- Bicyclist Killed In Crash Is Stockton’s Fifth Traffic Fatality In A MonthThe Stockton mom is the fifth person in the community to die in a traffic collision within the last month.