Rita Garcia Wiki
Rita Garcia is a news anchor, host, journalist who works with the fox news network, and is based in Houston Texas. She starts off her day at 2 pm, delivering news when most people are still in bed.
Rita Garcia Biography
Her career began when she was working in Brownsville Texas as the bureau chief of Cameroon county. As a journalist and reporter she worked in Rio Grande Valley as part of KRGV-CH5 team. She also investigated a lot of modern day hot topics that included the drug war in mexico, immigration as well as security on the border.
After moving to Los Angeles she spent 3 yrs working as part of the KCAL and KCBS stations. She spent a lot of time on red carpet events and interviewing the likes of the royal couple, William and Kate as well as Justin Beiber.
She also reported on a lot of natural disasters from California earthquakes to the infamous California wildfires. She also served as an anchor for their weekend show and hosts two shows, Hola Houston and The Morning Brew. She is currently an anchor for the FOX 26 Morning News team, based in Houston, Texas.
Rita Garcia Age
She was born on 24th April, though her birth year is not known.
Rita Garcia Husband
She has kept her personal life private and hence no information about her relationship has been revealed yet.
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Rita Garcia is the latest addition to Fox LA. Rita was a morning anchor at our sister station Fox 26 in Houston, Texas.
Rita is an early bird, so while many folks are asleep, she’s is working to gather the latest news and up to the minute details by the time your alarm goes off. A social media enthusiast, she stays in touch with her loyal viewers 24/7.
Most recently, Rita covered the Houston Astros vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers for all seven games of the 2017 World Series. In August 2017, she covered Hurricane Harvey as it devastated Houston, Texas. She was also part of the wall-to-wall 10 day coverage of Super Bowl 51 on Fox. While in Houston, Rita was very active in her community. She was constantly hosting and emceeing events for various non profit organizations in the city of Houston.
Garcia moved to Houston from Los Angeles, CA. where she reported for the largest duopoly in southern California, KCBS/KCAL. She covered hard news and interviewed her fair share of entertainers like Justin Bieber. Some of her most memorable coverage included the death of Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett, the Royal couple’s visit to the United States, and the 2009 Lakers Championship. Rita also reported and experienced her first EARTHQUAKE while living in the San Fernando Valley and was part of team coverage on the deadliest wildfire in SoCal’s history, the “station fire”.
During her tenure in California, she was honored with the prestigious “Tracy Miller Merit Award” for her dedication and passion to journalism. The award was presented to Garcia by the Alliance for Women in Media (AWM), an organization in LA hosts the Genii Awards every year to highlight those in media. This inspired her to continue to devote her time to journalism organizations in the Texas area like the Houston Association of Hispanic Media Professionals (HAHMP) and she continues to be an active member in the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
The Texas native began her career in the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas, where she investigated some of the most prevalent issues we face today; including border security, immigration and Mexico’s drug war. Garcia’s strong passion for storytelling and reporting the facts have allowed her to continue to pursue unique and groundbreaking stories that keep her viewers coming back for more.
When Rita’s not on the set, she enjoys cooking and often posts her recipes on her blog at theritagarcia.com. She’s also certified in scuba diving, enjoys working out, movie popcorn, country music and adores her rescue dog, Rocky (a native LA pup).
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Houston FOX 26 anchor Rita Garcia leaving for Los Angeles
Anchor Rita Garcia is leaving FOX 26 for the Los Angeles affiliate after six years in Houston.
The news was confirmed by fellow Fox anchor Melissa Wilson on Facebook Monday morning.
“Our FINAL FAREWELL to Rita Garcia FOX 26… she’s heading to Los Angeles to work for our sister station FOX11. She’s one of the best, hard to see her go, but so happy for her bright future!” Wilson wrote.
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