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
Rain-related evacuations downgraded to voluntary for OC's Bond Fire burn area
A mandatory evacuation order was downgraded to voluntary status Thursday for residents living in Orange County's Bond Fire burn area.
Rain soaks SoCal as storm moves across region, flooding roads and knocking out power in some areas
A storm was drenching much of Southern California, flooding roadways cross the region while raising concerns over potential mud and debris flows.
Crash involving semi-truck on 405 in Sherman Oaks causes traffic delays as rain leaves slick roads
It may not have been much, but the light rain that swept through parts of Southern California Tuesday morning was a cause for concern after an overturned vehicle caused delays on the 405 in Sherman Oaks.
Whittier family mourning 18-year-old son struck, killed by alleged drunk driver
A heartbroken Whittier family is mourning the tragic death of their 18-year-old son, who went to pick up his girlfriend for Black Friday shopping and was struck and killed by an alleged drunk driver.
Thousands in SoCal without power on Thanksgiving as wildfire precaution during high winds
Thousands of Southern Californians were without power on Thanksgiving as grids were shut down to prevent wildfires during Santa Ana winds.
Disneyland kicks off holiday season with Christmas Fantasy Parade, holiday fireworks show, more
Disneyland is now officially the "merriest" place on Earth as the park kicks off its holiday season!
California's top health official says if you want a COVID booster shot, 'absolutely' get one
Moving ahead of U.S. regulators, the state's top health official is encouraging adults to get the booster shot if it's been six months since they've been vaccinated.
Full proof of vaccination now required to get into bars and nightclubs in LA County
If you're planning on going to a bar, nightclub or brewery in L.A. County soon, you must prove you've been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
West Hollywood City Council votes to hike minimum wage to $17.64 an hour; highest in the country
West Hollywood's city council passed a motion that will hike the local minimum wage up to $17.64 an hour, which would be the highest in the country.
Flight attendant who was punched had accidentally bumped passenger
The attack on an American Airlines flight attendant who was allegedly assaulted by a passenger on a flight bound for Southern California was unprovoked, a source familiar with the investigation says.