Robert Goulston is the New Haven Bureau Chief for Channel 3 Eyewitness News. His diverse background, including several years working as a federal investigator in Washington, DC, has prepared him for the wide range of stories he covers.
Robert grew up in Boston. He is an award-winning journalist, receiving an Emmy Award after writing a story about underwater rehabilitation for soldiers seriously hurt in war.
He has also worked with photojournalists to produce stories honored with awards from the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists, Connecticut Associated Press and Maine Association of Broadcasters.
Most recently, Robert was nominated for an Emmy for the station's coverage of the 2009 Murder at Yale. Robert also covered the Cheshire Home Invasion Murder trial which ended with the suspect being sentenced to death.
Before hitting the streets, Robert worked behind the scenes of the show "America's Most Wanted." His stories helped capture dozens of the country's most wanted, including one fugitive who had been on the run for more than a decade.