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.
Beloved Watts community activist 'Sweet' Alice Harris is announcing a huge partnership and outreach to get computers and reliable internet access to homeless students in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are on track to make history with last night's win in the National League Division Series and one superfan in Inland Empire is hoping to add one more piece to his massive and historic memorabilia collection.
One of the Los Angeles Lakers' favorite group of performers is sending the team a special message of support as they make their way through the NBA Finals against Miami.
It's been a fixture in Pasadena for more than 120 years. Now, Vroman's Bookstore is in danger of closing.
Community and business leaders are answering the call to provide homeless children in the Los Angeles Unified School District the devices and internet access they need to go to school during the pandemic.
The first Black-owned independent craft brewer —South Los Angeles Beverage Company— is launching its first beer label, People's Republic of South Central (PRSC) on September 26. One hundred percent of net proceeds benefit charitable initiatives in South Central Los Angeles for those negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Several months into the pandemic, a La Verne based non-profit is ramping up its food distribution.
The pandemic is calling greater attention to a growing digital divide. Navigating through the new challenges of distance learning is hard enough, but so many students still don’t even have reliable internet access to sign in for class, as experienced first-hand by one family in the San Gabriel Valley.
It's the best of both worlds. Golden Road Brewing in Anaheim is celebrating National Dog Day by delivering beer and puppies to customers in a partnership with Wags and Walks Dog Rescue.
Sikh Temple Jurupa Valley is distributing hundreds of supplies, including laptop desks, headphones, backpacks, and COVID-19 sanitation kits for students who don't have the necessary supplies and tools for remote learning.