Carlos CastilloVideo Journalist
Carlos Castillo is a bilingual Emmy award-winning video journalist. Born and raised in Southern California, Carlos grew up with a knack for capturing special moments. In high school and college, Carlos excelled in video production courses, winning numerous awards for his work. Prior to joining KPBS, Carlos worked in Laredo, Texas as a news photographer for the local Univision/Fox station. He later worked in San Diego at Univision where he won an Emmy for his two-part series in the general assignment category. In his free time, Carlos enjoys playing with his cat Benji, nerding out in video games, and DJ-ing at local San Diego restaurants and clubs.
Customs and Border Protection abruptly announced Thursday that it will close one of two pedestrian crossings in San Ysidro indefinitely.
Parts of Imperial Beach, Coronado, Chula Vista and San Diego under boil water advisory due to E. coli contaminationThe San Ysidro School District closed all its schools Friday due to the advisory, and the Chula Vista Elementary School District is taking precautionary measures at four district schools that are impacted.
Ryan Denny is on life support after being diagnosed in late December.
Advocates asked District Attorney Summer Stephans to investigate secret Border Patrol "shadow units" that allegedly covered up agents' misconduct.
Bancroft Elementary prepares to welcome students back to their campus on Monday after a month of extensive flood damage repairs.
The San Diego nonprofit is encouraging residents affected by the storm to vote in person if they no longer have access to their mail-in ballots.
Karla Duarte’s “Sentir el Son” is a hero’s journey of an Afro-Mexican woman told through poetry, music and dance.
- San Diego communities prepare for CBP drop-offs after Migrant Welcome Center closure
- A lack of base housing is forcing Navy sailors to live on ships, even when they're home in the U.S.
- San Diego Zoo expecting giant pandas from China
- San Diego librarians’ work now involves battling censorship
- Ex-SDSU punter Matt Araiza returns to NFL, signs with Super Bowl champs Kansas City Chiefs