He first appeared on ABC30 as a correspondent for the nationally syndicated show, "On The Red Carpet." There, he covered the day's top entertainment news stories for Action News Live at 4 and was also featured on the weekly OTRC show. Tony interviewed some of Hollywood's biggest celebrities, including Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
Tony's television career spans more than a decade. He most recently worked in Santa Barbara where he was a morning news anchor at KCOY-12 and FOX-11.
His first on-air job was in Toledo, Ohio, then Tucson, Arizona. He started with internships at Dateline NBC and ABC News in Los Angeles.
He was born and raised in San Jose, and grew up visiting family in Reedley and Dinuba. In fact, his Great Grandfather was the Mayor of Dinuba in the 1960s!
Tony graduated with a Broadcast Journalism degree from the University of Southern California. He and his wife enjoy exploring the valley with their two kids.
The top stories in the Central Valley for Thursday, December 8, 2016.
Before teachers can implement technology in the classroom, they need to learn it themselves. One district in Tulare County is seeing positive changes thanks to special coaching and training.
Candidates Lee Brand and Henry Perea each make their case for mayor
Fresno's Police Union took care of the pancakes and eggs while the city's firefighter union cooked up the sausages - all for hundreds of union workers and their families.
Toamalama Scanlan is a former Fresno State football player and joined Fresno Christian High School as a volunteer coach this year.