Jason Oliveira
Jason Oliveira joined the Action News team in 2004.

Jason is a Tulare native. After graduating from Tulare Union High School, Jason went on to earn a B.A. degree in Mass Communications at Cal-State Fullerton.

Jason began his broadcasting career at FOX Sports in Los Angeles, before stints at KTEN in Ardmore, Oklahoma and KESQ in Palm Springs. Before moving over to the news anchor chair Jason covered everything in Valley sports, from Fresno State bowl games to the Bulldogs' remarkable 2008 College World Series victory in Omaha, Nebraska.

A member of the The Society of Portuguese-American Students Hall of Fame, Jason is very active in the local Portuguese community.

Jason's Stories
San Joaquin man accused of killing 16-year-old boy appears in court
Hileberto Valtierra Junior remains in custody on a $4.4 million bond after authorities say he pulled the trigger on the gun that murdered 16-year-old Angel Trejo following a domestic dispute.
Fresno man sentenced to life in prison without parole, after fatal shooting
30-year-old Damone Mayberry sentenced to life in prison after he fatally shot drug dealer.
Flights delayed, canceled due to fog at Fresno Yosemite International Airport
Tuesday was a night of long lines and tired travelers after several flights at Fresno Yosemite International were delayed or canceled because of dense fog.
16-year-old boy shot and killed by mother's ex-boyfriend, deputies say
A Merced County man has been arrested a day after a 16-year-old boy was killed in a shooting in San Joaquin and his older brother was injured.
2-year-old girl, 5-year-old boy in critical condition after Visalia police chase ends in crash
Two young children remained hospitalized on Tuesday night after a suspected shooter crashed into the car their mother was driving, following a short chase with Visalia Police.
Trial of former Fresno County Deputy accused of killing his sergeant continues
If convicted, the former Fresno County Deputy faces up to 4 years in prison for allegedly killing his sergeant.
Fires in vacant buildings are rising in Fresno
Officials say once temperatures drop, the homeless population seeks shelter in these homes and buildings and often that leads to warming fires that get out of hand.
Fires break out at vacant Fresno homes as temperatures drop
A pair of suspicious fires in southeast Fresno has investigators on high alert since both were set at vacant homes
Investigation into what sparked fire at southeast Fresno recycling business
According to officials, bales of old carpet and cloth in an outside yard caught fire and sent flames shooting high into the air just after 12:30 a.m. on Monday.
City of Fresno pledges $40,000 to Crime Stoppers for information leading to arrest of mass shooting suspects
The City of Fresno has announced it is pledging $40,000 to Crime Stoppers to assist in their effort to find those suspects.