Robert Holguin Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, KFOX14-El Paso, Salary and Net Worth

Robert Holguin Profile

Robert Holguin is a well-known journalist in the United States. He and Erika Castillo are the anchors of the KFOX14 News at 5, which has won an Emmy Award, and the KFOX14 News at 9. Since he moved to El Paso ten years ago, he has been employed at KABC. In 1998, he started working for the El Paso Times, where he won multiple awards for his reporting on topics such as the illegal drug trade in Mexico and the unsolved murders of hundreds of women in Ciudad Juarez. Additionally, he filed reports for USA Today from Capitol Hill while covering the impeachment trial of President Clinton while working for USA Today in Washington, District of Columbia.

Robert Holguin
Robert Holguin

Robert Holguin Age

Holguin has not yet revealed his date, month, and year of birth hence information about his age is not available. However, we will update it as soon as it is made available to the public.

Robert Holguin Education

Robert spent his entire childhood in the town of Vado, New Mexico. He started his education at Gadsden High School and continued it at New Mexico State University, where he earned his degree.

Robert Holguin Married

Robert is a family man and has a wife. Even though not much is known about his lovely family, he has a wonderful family. Regarding his family, he has not yet provided any information to the public. According to his posts on various social media platforms, he is also a father.

Robert Holguin KFOX14-El Paso

Beginning September 14, Robert Holguin will be co-anchoring the Emmy Award-Winning KFOX14 News at Five and the Emmy Award-Winning KFOX14 News at Nine alongside Erika Castillo. He had been working at KABC in Los Angeles for the last ten years before moving back to his hometown of El Paso.

When asked what it is about coming home that he looks forward to the most, he responded as follows: “I’ve been fortunate enough to report on some of the most significant breaking news stories of the past decade, from the passing of Michael Jackson to the devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy. However, I consider myself to be extremely fortunate to have been given the opportunity to come home while also working at a first-rate news operation. I am looking forward to getting to know the people in my hometown again and to spending more quality with my wonderful family.” Jessica Gonzalez, Amanda Guillen, Holly Bock, Brad Montgomery, Kaylee Heck, and Portia Baudisch are some of the other people who work on the crew at KFOX14 and CBS4.

In 1998, he started working for the El Paso Times, where he won multiple awards for his reporting on topics such as the illegal drug trade in Mexico and the unsolved murders of hundreds of women in Ciudad Juarez. Robert also wrote reports for USA Today during the impeachment of President Clinton from Capitol Hill, where he was reporting while stationed in Washington, District of Columbia. The year 2000 marked the beginning of Robert’s career in television in El Paso.

Robert Holguin KABC

It was in 2006 when he started working as a reporter and fill-in anchor at KABC in Los Angeles. While Robert was in Los Angeles, he was dispatched to cover a number of national issues, including the campus shooting at Virginia Tech. He also spent a week in New York covering the destruction caused by Superstorm Sandy. Both of these incidents occurred while Robert was in Los Angeles.

Robert covered everything from damaging wildfires to high-profile scandals involving celebrities while working as a main reporter for the highest-rated station in Los Angeles. In addition to this, he devoted many weeks to reporting on the circumstances surrounding the death of Michael Jackson and the ensuing trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, Jackson’s attending physician.

In the beginning of his career, Robert worked as a reporter for the Associated Press in Seattle. There, he covered a wide variety of beats, from professional sports to technology. He was able to pen scores of stories about the expanding music scene in the 1990s that were published in newspapers all over the world. These articles focused on the growth of the music scene. When Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain hanged himself in his Seattle apartment, Robert was the first reporter to arrive at the scene. In addition, he was a reporter for USA Today in Washington, District of Columbia.

Robert Holguin Net Worth

His estimated net worth ranges between $500k – $1 million.