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
You can thank hospital workers and help local businesses by buying a meal
The Sustain! campaign works with a number of local restaurants and community members to provide meals to hospital workers during the pandemic.
2 Fresno small businesses get surprise lifeline thanks to Barstool Sports
The popular digital media company is helping small businesses like Dance Studio of Fresno and the Spa and Hungry Hair survive - by paying their bills until the economy reopens.
Valley Congressmen Jim Costa, David Valadao attend President Joe Biden's inauguration
A pair of Valley Congressmen were in Washington D.C. on Wednesday to watch the swearing-in of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
Fresno County officials say COVID vaccine doses aren't coming fast enough
'We requested 20,000 doses, we were provided 5,100 additional doses.'
Some doses of Moderna vaccine Lot 041L20A administered in the Central Valley
On Monday, Action News checked in with the health departments across Central California to ask if they have received and administered any doses from the lot in question.
Many frustrated California workers locked out of unemployment benefits, accused of 'fraudulent activity'
Two weeks after 1.4 million Californians lost their unemployment benefits as part of the EDD's anti-fraud efforts, Assemblymember Jim Patterson is demanding answers.
Fresno County health officials planning to distribute COVID-19 vaccine to homeless
Work is now underway to figure out a safe and efficient way to vaccinate those who live on the street and the people who provide services for them.
COVID-19 vaccination 'mega site' to open at Fresno Fairgrounds, health officials say
It's all part of the governor's plan to speed up the vaccination process as quickly as possible.
New Fresno police chief Paco Balderrama sworn in Monday
City leaders say Balderrama -- who becomes the department's first Latino Police Chief -- was the clear top candidate for the job.
When can you get the COVID-19 vaccine? Fresno County to publish detailed list soon
Fresno County officials say that in the next few days, they hope to publish on their website when residents in different occupations can expect to get vaccinated for the coronavirus.