Ana Torrea
Ana Torrea joined the ABC30 team in January 2024.

A Bay Area native, Ana is thrilled to call the Central Valley home. Her career has taken her all over California!

Before coming to ABC 30, Ana worked as an Anchor/Reporter at KION. While there, she covered the severe winter storms that impacted the Central Coast, as well as President Biden's visit to the region. Ana also worked on a special report that focused on Filipino farmworkers and how community groups are working to make sure their legacies are remembered.

Prior to KION, Ana worked as a Bureau Reporter/Fill-in Anchor at Action News Now in Chico-Redding. While in the North State, she covered many of the state's devastating wildfires, such as the Dixie, Salt, and Zogg Fires. She was there when Modoc County became the first county in California to reopen after Governor Newsom's stay-at-home order during the pandemic. Ana also covered the attempted recall of three Shasta County supervisors, from when the papers were served all the way to Election Day.

Ana landed her first on-air job in 2019 at Redwood News in Humboldt County. While in Humboldt, she helped launch and pioneer the station's first-ever morning show.

Ana's news journey started at The Filipino Channel (TFC). She started as an intern and eventually had an opportunity to work on many of the network's shows. After some time at TFC, she went on to work at KPIX CBS 5 as a news writer and production assistant.

Ana graduated Cum Laude from San Francisco State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast Journalism.

When she's not reporting, you can catch her trying new food places, watching her favorite shows, or exploring the town.

If you see Ana, don't hesitate to say hi! Feel free to follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Ana's Stories
Fresno EOC School of Unlimited Learning hosts first blood drive
The Fresno EOC School of Unlimited Learning community rolled up their sleeves on Wednesday to donate blood on Wednesday.
No major damage reported after crops flooded in Tulare County
Blue skies surrounded Tulare on Tuesday afternoon compared to Monday when rain came down hard, flooding some fields.
With active weather this weekend, CHP urges drivers to plan ahead
During rain conditions like this, CHP urges drivers to give plenty of space between themselves and the other car in front.
Video shows teacher crawling into bus, Fresno Unified failed to provide wheelchair access
The Fresno Unified School District is issuing an apology for not accommodating a teacher who uses a wheelchair.
California primary rules causing ballot confusion
While some voters are busy researching candidates, others are trying to straighten out a glitch.
Fresno vendors gear up for a busy Valentine's Day, police stress safety during the day
Local vendors are busy as people in Fresno rush to buy their last-minute gifts for Valentine's Day.
Fresno business feeling relieved after investigators arrest arson suspect
On Monday, investigators with the Fresno Fire Department arrested 18-year-old Alfred Sosa. Sosa is accused of starting two dumpster fires, less than a half mile away from each other.
Shaver Lake fresh snow draws families and fans during the weekend
Families headed up to the mountains this weekend to enjoy the snow. Some ski resort businesses say Saturday was one of their biggest days of the year.
Fresno's Peerless Building damaged by dumpster fire, firefighters investigating
A historic Fresno building was damaged after someone lit a dumpster on fire early Friday morning.
Adventist Health and UCSF announce effort to buy Madera Community Hospital
Adventist Health and UCSF have revealed a new plan that could help reopen Madera Community Hospital.