Bob DeCastro anchors the FOX 11 news at noon and reports for FOX 11 News at 5 p.m. Since 2004, he has covered some of the biggest stories impacting Southern California. DeCastro came to Los Angeles from our sister station WNYW-TV in New York City. He reported live from Ground Zero immediately after the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center. He also covered the Anthrax Scare and the crash of American Airlines Flight 587. Before moving to New York, Bob worked in Las Vegas, Reno, and Chico as an anchor and reporter. He got his first television job after responding to an ad in the newspaper for a “Reporter” on a San Diego Cable Station. Journalism is Bob’s second career; he traveled all over the world as a Lieutenant on a U.S. Navy Destroyer based in San Diego.
A new restaurant in Echo Park with a European theme has created an innovative way to give its patrons a unique and socially-distanced dining experience.
JSX has rolled out new and improved sterilization and safety protocols to help passengers feel comfortable while flying during the pandemic.
A Newport Beach floral shop is back open after being closed for months due to the pandemic and as many Orange County residents were forced to cancel or postpone their weddings and other special events.
After a long closure for coronavirus, a mother-daughter brow and skin studio is reopening for business.
Katie May, a designer who sells bridal wear to high-end department stores and boutiques is offering its surplus of dresses at deeply discounted prices starting Friday.
A black-owned food truck that has been feeding frontline workers during the pandemic is now back in full operation throughout Los Angeles.
Gyms are among the businesses in Orange County that are allowed to reopen beginning Friday.
A Southern California soul food favorite is back open for limited dine-in service.
One of the oldest black-owned bookstores in the country is seeing a huge surge in sales in the wake of the growing social justice movement.
The owner of a beloved martial arts school in downtown Long Beach is determined to reopen. Not only has she faced setbacks due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but her dojo was burned down by looters two weeks ago.