Nick Delgado was born in Guam and moved to Hawaii as a teenager. It was as a senior at Leilehua High in Wahiawa that he first developed an interest in journalism. Working in TV productions for the schools "Mules News" is when he discovered his passion for telling a story.
Nick's background in media provided a great jumping off point when he returned to Guam and began his career as a broadcast journalist. He gained two years of experience in the field in the territory's ABC and FOX station, before he joined the NBC and CBS affiliate as the station's investigative reporter and weekend anchor. At KUAM-TV, Nick followed the cops and court beat. Among the list of his investigations, he revealed prostitution in dozens of massage parlors around the island. His investigation eventually led to the creation of a government task force that created tougher legislation for massage therapists. Nick also provided LIVE coverage for the region during the major earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in 2011.
After a little over five years in the business, Nick relocated to Central Texas where he worked as a freelance writer for the Killeen Daily Herald for several months. During that time, he also interned as a video journalist for the Time Warner Cable news station, YNN, in Austin.
Nick joined the KWTX news team in August 2013 where he covers an array of news and stories in Bell, Coryell, and Lampasas Counties. He is excited to be a part of the most watched news team in Central Texas, and always goes the extra mile to bring viewers the most accurate and up to date information that matters to them.
But most importantly, Nick credits his faith and family with providing a balance to his life in the hectic world of television news.
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