Angelica Carrillo Biography
Angelica Carrillo is a well-known American reporter who has been working as the morning news anchor of KOLD News 13 since March 2021. In April 2016, she joined KOLD News 13 as a reporter. Before joining News 13, she worked as a news anchor at KCBY-TV in Coos Bay on Oregon’s south coast. Angelica later worked as a weather forecaster and weekend anchor for NBC and CBS affiliates in Eugene.
Angelica Carrillo Age
Angelica Carrillo was born on October 2, 1976 in Douglas, Arizona, USA. He is 47 years old.
Angelica Carrillo Height
Angelica stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (approximately 1.6 m).
Angelica Carrillo Family
Angelica was born in the border town of Douglas, Arizona and grew up just a few hours’ drive from Silver City Tucson, New Mexico. She grew up with her cute older brother. Using her Instagram page, Angelica wished her mother a happy Mother’s Day and her father a happy Father’s Day.
Angelica Carrillo Married
Her husband Luis Gonzalez. However, Angelica did not reveal any more details about her husband. They both have a good son.
Angelica Carrillo Education
She attended the University of New Mexico where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology.
Angelica Carrillo Salary
Her annual salary is $55,818. This is based on KOLD News 13 anchor/reporter salaries.
Angelica Carrillo Net Worth
Angelica has accumulated a lot of money throughout her career and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Angelica Carrillo Career
Angelica currently works morning news at KOLD News 13 since March 2021. In April 2016, she joined KOLD News 13 as a news anchor. Before joining KOLD News 13, she worked as a news anchor at KCBY-TV in Coos Bay on Oregon’s south coast. Angelica later worked as a weather forecaster and news anchor for NBC and CBS affiliates in Eugene.
He was recognized for his outstanding work in journalism and has received many awards for his work traveling on both sides of the Mexico/US border. Additionally, Angelica reported from Tijuana, Mexico, the heart of the 2018 migrant caravan, reporting on migrants and the humanitarian crisis.
His comprehensive coverage of border issues earned him many awards; these include two Rocky Mountain Region Emmy Awards, the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award and award from the Associated Press. In 2016, he won the Northwest Regional Emmy Award for his coverage of the terrorist attack at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.