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
Man arrested for killing 53-year-old mother in Madera County, sheriff says
A 32-year-old man was arrested in connection to his mother's murder at a home in Madera County on Wednesday morning.
Kings Canyon Unified School District returns to in-person learning
The new model allows kids to attend school on alternating days to reduce the number of students on campus while maintaining social distancing.
Clovis Unified School District teachers preparing to receive COVID-19 vaccine
According to administrators, the district has secured more than 3,500 vaccine appointments for those wishing to get vaccinated.
Families reunite with returning USS Nimitz sailors after painful 1-year wait
Nearly a year's worth of anticipation exploded with emotions for the families of the brave sailors who returned home to their loved ones at Lemoore Naval Air Station.
Fresno Grizzlies introduce new MLB affiliate team, the Colorado Rockies
Safety guidelines are still being worked out, but team President Derek Franks said the club plans to allow cap attendance to about 20 percent of the capacity of Chukchansi Park.
Some Clovis Unified junior high, high school students return for in-person learning
Clovis Unified welcomed back thousands of middle school and high school students for the first time in nearly a year on Tuesday.
34,000 COVID-19 vaccines to be sent to Central Valley this week, Gov. Newsom says
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Monday that approximately 34,000 COVID-19 vaccines would be arriving in the Central Valley this week.
Clovis Unified making preparations for secondary students to return to in-person learning
About 7,500 junior high and high school students will join about 14,000 elementary school students who have already been learning on campus.
Fresno non-profits come together to offer drive-up grocery services to families
The Central California Food Bank and the Fresno Mission announced a partnership Thursday to give away boxes of groceries to eligible residents twice a week.
Local Christians celebrate a unique, socially-distanced Ash Wednesday
Most local churches celebrated Ash Wednesday with outdoor services while also tweaking the ritual but not the spiritual message.