Dominic Garcia Profile, Bio, Wiki
Dominic Garcia is an American news anchor/reporter working for CBS4 Denver in Colorado. He is thrilled to work with the CBS4 news team.
Dominic Garcia Education
He grew up in Southwest Denver and studied at Thomas Jefferson High School. That’s also where he got his start on TV, delivering the school’s morning video announcements. After graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School, Dominic headed up north to Colorado State University, where he majored in Communications and worked at the student-run TV station, CTV.
Dominic Garcia Career
Garcia serves at CBS4 Denver in Colorado as an anchor of CBS4 weeknights News at 5 p.m. and reports for the 10 p.m. newscast. Garcia’s broadcasting career began at KOAT, the ABC affiliate in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Garcia spent three years in the Land of Enchantment covering the entire state. Crime, courts, snowstorms… Dominic covered it all. But Garcia’s favorite stories were always about the people that make New Mexico so interesting. He profiled Brett Weitzel, a cancer survivor who had his leg amputated but still managed to compete in mountain bike events.
After his time in New Mexico, he began his first stint at CBS4. During his three years back in Colorado, Dominic covered some of the biggest stories to hit the state. On the day of the Aurora theater shooting Dominic reported live from the suspect’s booby-trapped house as police made their way in. Dominic also covered the Waldo Canyon Fire which scorched more than 18,000 acres, destroyed hundreds of homes, and took the lives of two people. On a lighter note, he was also thrust into the Tim Tebow mania in 2011 and flew out to Boston to cover the Broncos in their playoff game against the Patriots.
In 2013 his wife’s job took them to San Diego, where he worked for the local CBS affiliate, the number 1 station in the market. There, Dominic reported from the front lines of the Cocos Fire that destroyed 36 homes. Dominic also flew to Idaho to cover the abduction of teenager Hannah Anderson, a story that caught national attention. Additionally, to reporting, he was the station’s primary fill-in anchor. Garcia also anchored sports and covered the move of the San Diego Chargers to Los Angeles. Before his return to CBS4, Garcia worked on a documentary about the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor and won an Emmy for it.
Dominic Garcia Age, Birthday
Garcia’s age is not known. She has managed to keep her personal life private hence the year, month, and date she was born are unknown. However, he might be in his 40s.
Quick Facts About Dominic Garcia
|Net Worth||$1 million – $5 Million|
Dominic Garcia Height, measurements
Garcia stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Dominic Garcia Family
Information regarding Garcia’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Dominic Garcia’s Wife, Married
Garcia married his college sweetheart, Meghan, a native of Golden who works as a physician at National Jewish. The couple resides in Lakewood with their mini Goldendoodle, Vail named after the mountain town where they were married. He loves golf, skiing, and history, (He worked the ski lifts at Breckenridge in college).
Dominic Garcia Salary
Being one of the top news anchors for CBS4, Garcia earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Dominic Garcia’s Net Worth
Garcia has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a news anchor.
Dominic Garcia CBS Denver
At CBS Denver, Garcia works alongside;
- Matt Kroschel – Journalist
- Dr. Dave Hnida – Medical Editor
- Joel Hillan – Anchor
- Andrea Flores – Anchor/Reporter
- Eric Christensen – weekend sports anchor/weekday news reporter
- Shawn Chitnis – Journalist
- Rick Sallinger – Reporter
- Makenzie O’Keefe – Reporter
- Karen Morfitt – Reporter
- Conor McCue – Journalist
- Britt Moreno – Anchor/Reporter
- Suzanne McCarroll – General Assignment Reporter
- Tori Mason – Reporter
- Kelly Werthmann – General Assignment Reporter