Landon Burke
Landon Burke joined the Action News team in January of 2020. He is the co-anchor of Action News AM Live and Action News Midday.

Landon began his career in journalism at the University of Missouri. After graduation, he began working full-time at KOMU TV as a reporter, producer and anchor.

Landon is excited to tell the stories of Central California. You can send him story ideas on his Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.

When he's not at work, Landon enjoys spending time with his wife, Sydnee, hiking in the great outdoors, or cozying up with a good book or movie.

Landon's Stories
Education Spotlight: Merced County agencies helping those suffering from childhood trauma
Two North Valley agencies, Merced County Office of Education and ACE Overcomers, have received nearly $200,000 in grants to help those suffering from childhood trauma.
Education Spotlight: This MCOE program is all about empowering young adults
MCOE's EMPOWER program is helping young adults overcome adversity and build the foundation for a career of success.
Education Spotlight: Merced County superintendent discusses annual report, goals for next year
ABC30's Landon Burke spoke with Merced County Superintendent Dr. Steve Steve Tietjien about this year's annual report and his hopes for next year.
Meet this year's Kids Day ambassador 6-year-old Elise Hales
At just six years old, Elise Hales has already experienced heart surgery. Despite what she's been through, she maintained a contagious joy.
Education Spotlight: Camp Green Meadows offering virtual lessons about natural science
ABC30's Landon Burke spoke with the president of Camp Green Meadows to discuss the program and how they're getting by in the pandemic.
Education Spotlight: Merced Union working to phase sports back in for students
ABC30's Landon Burke spoke with Merced Union Superintendent Alan Peterson about the district's efforts to phase athletics back in.
ABC correspondent Dr. Jen Ashton discusses new book 'The New Normal,' living during a pandemic
ABC's Chief Medical Correspondent, Dr. Jen Ashton, discussed her new book, saying the goal is to help readers "think like a doctor" and make informed decisions going forward.
Education Spotlight: Merced teens' service project helps students in foster care
ABC30's Landon Burke spoke with four high school freshmen about their new service project and how the rest of us can follow their lead.
Education Spotlight: How parents can help kids' mental, emotional well-being during the pandemic
Landon Burke spoke with Genevieve Valentine, director of the Merced County Behavioral Health Resource Center, about how parents can help their kids thrive in this time of uncertainty.
Attending Christmas mass during a pandemic
Action News visited a local church to see how Christmas mass has changed in the age of the coronavirus.