Warren Armstrong
Warren Armstrong has been reporting stories in Central California for more than thirty years.

He currently co-anchors Action News Live at Five, Live at Six, and Live at Eleven.

Originally from Wooster, Ohio, Warren graduated from Ashland College (now Ashland University) in Ashland, Ohio.

While in college, he anchored and reported at WRDL-TV/FM. Warren also worked as an Anchor/Reporter at WTOV-TV in Steubenville, Ohio/Wheeling, West Virginia, KJEO-TV in Fresno, and KTXL-TV in Sacramento. He returned to Fresno and joined the news team at KFSN-TV in 2000.

Warren is an award-winning broadcast journalist. His extensive news experience has taken him and his viewers from Fresno City Hall to the White House and from the Sierra to the 38th Parallel in Korea.

Warren and his family are proud to make their home in Fresno, where he believes in serving the community.

Warren's Stories
What a love story from the Iraq War can teach us about social distancing
In these strange days of "social distancing" and "sheltering in place", the long-distance love affair between a married couple who used to call Fresno "home" could teach us a thing or two.
Trailblazing woman Lea Dotters returns to Buck Rock fire lookout in Sequoia National Forest
When Lea Dotters first walked the 172 stairs to the Buck Rock fire lookout in 1944, she had no idea she was blazing a trail for other women who wanted to be fire lookouts, firefighters, and park service employees.
Children First: Programs in the Valley fighting for inclusivity for people with disabilities
Several programs in the Valley are now working to help those with disabilities feel included in everyday activities.
'I was praying:' Woman is left terrified after armed carjacker attacks her outside Selma AM/PM
A Fresno woman is suffering from nightmares and says she's still traumatized after coming face-to-face with an armed carjacker.
T-Mobile tests customer service center in Kingsburg, bringing 1,000 jobs to Fresno County
According to the company's news release, it will make T-Mobile one of the largest employers in the county.
This week's State of the Union address featured many memorable moments, but Valley members of Congress said President Trump's recognition of three World War II veterans was the highlight of the night.
Children First: Young Chefs Academy encourages kids to make healthy choices
More and more kids are eating junk food! According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, on any given day, more than 34 percent of children and teens ages two to nineteen eat fast food.
Tulare County Youth Council teaches leadership skills and turns students into community heroes
A program in the South Valley is teaching students leadership skills and turning them into community heroes.
Government officials sounding the alarm about potentially dangerous counterfeit bike helmets
Attention parents! Government officials are sending out a warning about counterfeit bike helmets that could pose a risk to you and your children.
Do smart speakers help or harm children doing their homework?
Some experts believe getting an easy answer from Siri, Alexa, and Google Home may actually be getting in the way of learning.