Carlos Herrera Biography and Wiki
Carlos Herrera is an American journalist who currently works as a reporter for KTLA 5 News in Los Angeles. He joined KTLA 5 in October 2020 from California and Arizona States.
He attended California State University Northridge, a public university in the Northridge neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a Spanish-language journalism minor.
Carlos Herrera Age and Birthday
He celebrates his birthday on October 2nd every year. His exact year of birth and age are not yet available. Our team will update more details concerning his age.
Carlos Herrera Height
He stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Carlos Herrera Family
Carlos’s family currently lives in Los Angeles where he was born and raised up. On the other hand, he has not given any details concerning his parents and siblings.
Carlos Herrera Wife
It is not known if Carlos is married yet. This is because he tries all his best to keep his love life private. Our team will update more details on his love life as soon as possible.
Carlos Herrera Salary
Working as a news reporter for KTLA 5 News in Los Angeles, Carlos receives a salary of $67,505 annually. He is also the newest face at KTLA 5 News after joining the station in October 2020.
Carlos Herrera Net Worth
His net worth ranges from $300,000 to $1 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from his career as a journalist.
Carlos Herrera KTLA 5
Carlos is an American journalist who currently works as a reporter for KTLA 5 News in Los Angeles. He joined KTLA 5 in October 2020 from California and Arizona States.
Herrera spent two years working at KXTV in the Golden State’s capital, Sacramento. He reported on countless major stories in Northern California, including several major wildfires, historic flooding, new legislation at the state Capitol, anti-police brutality protests following the death of George Floyd, the ongoing pandemic, President Donald Trump’s first visit to the capital, and most recently, the historic Golden State Killer case and trial.
Carlos also traveled to the nearby Bay Area to cover stories such as the Garlic Festival mass shooting in Gilroy and the Grand Princess cruise ship docking in Oakland. He also traveled to Los Angeles to cover the death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant and the memorial service at Staples Center.
Carlos began his career in the Coachella Valley where he covered breaking news. He then moved to another desert, in Arizona. During his time in Tucson, he covered many stories, including wildfires, monsoon storms, and human trafficking at nearby the U.S.-Mexico border in Nogales