Warren Armstrong
Warren Armstrong has been reporting stories in Central California for more than thirty years.

He currently co-anchors Action News Live at Five, Live at Six, and Live at Eleven.

Originally from Wooster, Ohio, Warren graduated from Ashland College (now Ashland University) in Ashland, Ohio.

While in college, he anchored and reported at WRDL-TV/FM. Warren also worked as an Anchor/Reporter at WTOV-TV in Steubenville, Ohio/Wheeling, West Virginia, KJEO-TV in Fresno, and KTXL-TV in Sacramento. He returned to Fresno and joined the news team at KFSN-TV in 2000.

Warren is an award-winning broadcast journalist. His extensive news experience has taken him and his viewers from Fresno City Hall to the White House and from the Sierra to the 38th Parallel in Korea.

Warren and his family are proud to make their home in Fresno, where he believes in serving the community.

The on-going feud between the Trump Administration and California's Democratic Leadership is now a showdown heading for court, possibly all the way to the Supreme Court.
These kids and their teacher are learning about people and society from the clothes worn by their ancestors.
An interview with Valley Congressman Devin Nunes (R) regarding President Trump's first State of the Union Address and "The Memo" -- a classified document authored by Nunes and his GOP colleagues on the House Intelligence Committee.
Unless you're in the military, a federal employee, or one of the so-called "Dreamers", you probably greeted the partial Federal Government shutdown with a yawn or a shake of your head.
A cooking class in Spanish in Mexico, animal tracking in Swahili in Kenya and cultural classes after a surfing lesson at a beach resort in Hawaii.