Tony Cabrera
Tony Cabrera is the weekend morning weathercaster for ABC7 Eyewitness News and a general assignment reporter.

He joined the team in 2019 as an Orange County reporter. He previously worked at our sister-station in Fresno as a morning 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 in SoCal to raise their four children.

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Tony's Stories
Hijos de trabajadores migrantes obtienen un aprendizaje práctico en el Zoo de Los Ángeles
Fue un día especial en el Zoológico de Los Ángeles cuando docenas de estudiantes del LAUSD, todos hijos de trabajadores agrícolas migrantes, celebraron la conclusión de un programa que les enseñó sobre el trabajo de conservación.
Children of migrant workers get hands-on learning experience at LA Zoo
It was a special day at the L.A. Zoo as dozens of students - all children of migrant farm workers - celebrated the conclusion of a program that taught them about the zoo's conservation work.
Free pet services offered to keep animals out of shelters thanks to 'Nuevo Chip Chicks' in IE
A group of animal lovers in the Inland Empire is making sure your furry friends receive microchips and vaccines - and it's all for free.
Nonprofit CreatiVets helps veterans struggling with depression and PTSD through the power of music
This nonprofit utilizes music and other forms of the arts to help unleash a wave of healing for veterans struggling with depression and PTSD.
Mischievous bear captured after breaking into Monrovia home
Wildlife officials have captured a mischievous bear in Monrovia after causing problems for one family, but this isn't the first time it has invaded homes in the area.
A look at 40-year career of Superior Court Judge Mel Red Recana, first Filipino American judge in US
Superior Court Judge Mel Red Recana has served on the bench for more than 40 years. He is the first Filipino American judge to be appointed.
National relay honors fallen service members, heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country
Carry the Load is a nationwide march leading up to Memorial Day that involves teams that will walk a combined 20-thousand miles, stopping at VA cemeteries that lie in between
Wildlife officials respond after mountain lion found lounging in tree of Woodland Hills backyard
A woman was startled to find a majestic mountain lion lounging in a tree in the backyard of a Woodland Hills home.
Profesores piden que se retiren cargos contra los manifestantes y que renuncie el canciller de UCLA
Más de 800 profesores y personal de la Universidad de California quieren que el canciller de UCLA renuncie "inmediatamente" y piden que se retiren todos los cargos contra los manifestantes.
UC faculty group calls for dropping charges against protesters, wants UCLA chancellor to resign
More than 800 UC faculty and staff want UCLA's chancellor to resign and are calling for "all legal charges be dropped" against student protesters.