Preston Phillips is a multi-Emmy® Award-winning anchor and reporter for San Diego's ABC affiliate, KGTV, 10News.
Preston co-anchors the weekend evening newscasts at 5:00pm, 6:00pm and 11:00pm.
In 2014, Preston was awarded "Best Weekend Newscast" at the 40th Annual Southwest Pacific Emmy Awards, where Preston also received his 2nd Emmy nomination for "Best Anchor" and a nomination for "10News at 7," in which he provided a live breaking news report shortly after embattled former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner resigned.
Preston was born in Atlanta, Georgia and also lived in Chicago, Illinois for several years before moving to Southern California in the late 80's. Preston has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Chapman University, where he majored in Broadcast Journalism.
In addition to anchoring the weekend evening newscasts, Preston also provides live, breaking news and investigative reports for the 5pm, 6pm, 7pm and 11pm weekday newscasts.
Preston is very active in and around the San Diego community as a speaker and as a Master of Ceremonies for community events.
Preston is passionate about news and passionate about helping others.
Outside of broadcasting, Preston works with traumatic brain injury survivors, kids in need and also mentors young men and women in and out of state prisons and jails.
Preston and his wife Ariana have a son and daughter together, McKinley and Maya.