He most recently worked at our sister-station in Fresno as a news anchor. He's also worked in Santa Barbara, Tucson, Arizona and Toledo, Ohio. But he first appeared on ABC7 as a correspondent for the nationally syndicated entertainment show, "On The Red Carpet."
Tony was born and raised in San Jose, but eventually moved to Los Angeles where he earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Southern California. He and his wife are excited to be back in SoCal to raise their three children.
Follow Tony on social media:
ABC7 Broadcast Center
Attn: Tony Cabrera
500 Circle Seven Drive
Glendale, CA 91201
Jobs lost, hundreds of canceled events: Anaheim Convention Center hopes to rebound from pandemic
The pandemic has taken an enormous economic toll on tourism in Anaheim. In the past year, the Anaheim Convention Center canceled over 300 different events.
After SoCal Edison trims trees along power lines in Mission Viejo, residents call it excessive
Last week, Mission Viejo residents in Aegean Heights were told Southern California Edison would be trimming trees behind their homes along the power lines.
LA man waiting months for unemployment aid says EDD put him on hold for 9 hours
A Los Angeles resident has made calling the EDD a daily routine as he tries to get updates on his pending claim. One day, he says he got through, only to be put on hold for nine hours.
'He was my North Star.' OC resident loses dad to COVID, wants people to know he's not just a statistic
"He was my North Star." Samantha Chagollan lost her dad to COVID last year. She wants people to know that he's not just a statistic or number. He was a veteran who loved music and was a huge L.A. sports fan.
SmileMakers Station designed to let nursing home residents safely touch, hold their loved ones
Nursing Home residents have endured nearly a year of isolation, unable to be close to loved ones. But the SmileMakers Station is helping to reunite local families with the help of a little innovation, plus some Plexiglas.
$500 assistance program launched, expanded by Newport Beach CEO amid pandemic and Texas power outages
"It's no questions asked. You just say, 'I need the Jobot assist,' and you get $500," Jobot CEO Heidi Golledge said.
LA Zoo now reopen to public. Here's everything you need to know before you plan your trip
The Los Angeles Zoo is once again welcoming guests after a two-month closure due to COVID-19. Before you plan your trip, here's what you should know.
CDC, other experts argue schools can safely reopen before teachers are vaccinated
The new head of the CDC and some medical experts argue schools can reopen safely before teachers are vaccinated - but unions and some districts urge caution.
Laguna Beach officials debate making outdoor dining promenade permanent
Laguna Beach officials, and the community, are debating whether to make a promenade used to provide outdoor dining a permanent fixture -- which could cost up to $3 million.
'I always try to put myself in my patient's shoes.' OC Hospital interpreter helps bridge gap for Spanish-speaking patients
"I always try to put myself in my patient's shoes." Marta Day's job is crucial to many patients at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo. The hospital interpreter helps bridge the communication gap for Spanish-speaking patients, including many battling COVID-19.
More TOP STORIES News