Born and raised in Orange, California Eric is excited to be back home reporting in Southern California. Before joining the team in February 2019, he was a reporter for KXVA in West Texas. Eric covered everything from breaking news to positive community stories. While in Texas, Eric covered Ted Cruz's 2018 campaign, the Texas state legislature and issues surrounding border security. He has a keen interest for local stories that impact residents as an individual.
Eric started as an intern and a news assistant at ABC7 prior to leaving for the Lone Star State. He's a Cal State Fullerton graduate and a product of CSUF's Latino Communications Institute.
Eric is a proud son of Mexican immigrants who aspires to inspire through the craft of storytelling in either English or Spanish.
Besides being out engaging with the community, you can also find Eric at Disneyland where he worked after graduating high school. Family, faith and food are at the center of his beliefs.
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