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
Fresno County deputies honored for courage in the midst of gunfire
Fresno County Deputy John Erickson, who was shot three times and still has bullet fragments in his face from a shooting, was awarded a Purple Heart.
Deadly Porterville fire: Officials say library had no sprinkler system
The library was built in 1953 and saw many changes over the years, but lacked fire sprinklers that are now required in modern structures. Residents say it was more than just a building with books.
Devin Nunes and others join to discuss water solutions for Central Valley
The biological opinions would allow restrictions to be lifted on water supplies and increase pumping during storms when fish are not endangered.
Former Clovis West football star using football instincts for new marijuana business
The company's website says it offers a large selection of legal and lab-tested cannabis products free of pesticides with same-day or next-day delivery.
Not in the Valentine's Day mood? This Fresno business will help you get rid of your ex's junk instead
If you're not feeling Valentine's Day, the Junk King is here to help jilted lovers this year unclutter their home and their heart.
3-day World Ag Expo wraps up
From fresh ribeyes off the grill to the latest and greatest in farming technology, vendors at the World Ag Expo continued to offer innovative ways to keep farmers ahead of the curve.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving chapter returning to Fresno
Organizers are looking to take a proactive approach and engage young people on the dangers of driving while impaired.
Clovis high school students return to class after tragic deaths of 2 students
The school psychologist and grief counselors were present at the schools to help students and staff navigate through the tragic loss.
Valley restaurant owners trying to stay up to date with latest trends
Unique menu items may get people to try a restaurant, but owners say the growing popularity of food delivery services is just one more thing that is cutting into their bottom line.
Music producer Nathaniel Levingston remembers his Fresno roots after writing hit song
Nathaniel Levingston has been in the music game for over two decades, but the Fresno native recently hit it big when a song he wrote and produced was featured on DJ Khaled's latest album.