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
How Valley Children's staff are helping 11-year-old Fresno girl battling cancer
"The nurses and doctors... they're all so amazing," Cecilia Castillo says it was the doctors and staff at Valley Children's who made her daughter's journey bearable.
Consumer Reports: Best used cars for new teen drivers
Consumer Reports and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety have teamed up to recommend safe, reliable and affordable used vehicles for new drivers.
Consumer Watch: Testing your garbage disposal
To test grinding performance, testers measure equal amounts of bones and vegetable pieces to run through each garbage disposal.
Consumer Watch: Staying financially afloat during COVID-19 pandemic
It's important to get a handle on how much cash you have coming in and how much needs to go out.
Consumer Watch: Tips to make your food last longer
If you want to waste less food, the key is to maximize how you store it.
Consumer Watch: Investing in a food processor
Depending on what you'd mainly use the processor for, there's a number of different top-rated products.
Consumer Watch: How to keep your car running during the COVID-19 crisis
With many of us working remotely, odds are your car has seen a dip in its average mileage.
Consumer Watch: Cleaning your child's car seats
Most manufacturers say it's ok to machine-wash and air dry the seat cover, but you should never put the harness in the washing machine.
Consumer Watch: Making the best out of your pantry food
Being cooped up at home makes it really easy to get to snacking. But perhaps now more than ever, it's important to have a healthy diet.
Consumer Watch: Working on your lawn as summer approaches
Consumer Reports recommends you "suit up" before starting the mower, starting with hearing and eye protection.