Robert Holguin
Robert Holguin is a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News, joining the station in 2006.

He is a graduate of New Mexico State University.

Robert started as a reporter for the Associated Press in Seattle, where he covered everything from pro sports to pop culture. His work focused on the grunge movement in music and he was the first reporter at the home of Kurt Cobain when the Nirvana front man committed suicide in 1994. Robert also reported for USA Today in Washington, D.C.

He joined the El Paso Times in 1998, where his award-winning reporting extensively covered the Mexican drug trade and the unsolved murders of hundreds of women in Ciudad Juarez.

Robert made the move to TV in 2000 when he was hired at KVIA in El Paso as a general assignment reporter. He served as weekend anchor before eventually taking over as co-host of the station's top-rated morning show.


ABC7 Broadcast Center
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500 Circle Seven Drive
Glendale, CA 91201

Watch the drastic measures Eyewitness News Reporter Robert Holguin takes to stay cool.
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