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Anthony DiLorenzo is a general assignment reporter for PIX11 and can be seen every weekday on the PIX11 Morning News.

DiLorenzo joined WPIX from WFTV in Orlando, Fla. in April 2015, where he was an enterprise reporter for the last two years. He has also held reporter positions at WFXT in Boston, and WTIC, Tribune’s Hartford, Conn. station. Prior to his role at WTIC, DiLorenzo was the weekend evening anchor at WWLP in Springfield, Mass.

He won two Emmy Awards while in New York City. During his career, Anthony was also nominated for six Emmys and has earned two Associated Press awards for breaking news coverage. DiLorenzo holds a bachelor of science in journalism from Suffolk University in Boston.

DiLorenzo and his wife, Kala Rama, originally hail from Connecticut and are excited to return to the region. They live in New York City.

Recent Articles
  • Senate gets FBI Kavanaugh report, with initial vote Friday

    WASHINGTON — The Senate braced for a crucial initial vote Friday on Brett Kavanaugh’s tottering Supreme Court nomination after Majority Leader Mitch McConnell set his polarized chamber on a schedule to decide an election-season battle that has consumed the nation. A showdown roll call over confirmation seemed likely over the weekend. McConnell, R-Ky., cemented the process late Wednesday, several hours before the FBI delivered to an anxious Senate the potentially fateful report on claims that Kavanaugh sexually abused women. With […]

  • Tornados struck Westchester County, Ronkonkoma, Stony Point Tuesday night: weather service

    RONKONKOMA, NY — Three weak tornados struck parts of New York Tuesday evening, the National Weather Service confirmed Wednesday. The largest of the tornados was in Westchester County’s New Castle area, where an EF1 tornado with maximum wind speeds of 110 mph and a width of 300 yards uprooted trees and damaged some roofs in its 3.75-mile path. It lasted from 4:47 and 4:56 p.m. Shortly before, another EF1 tornado touched down in Stony Point between 4:10 and 4:15 p.m., with […]

  • Police release photo of 14-year-old boy wanted in shooting death of Brooklyn teen

    BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn — Police have released a photo of a 14-year-old boy wanted in connection to the shooting death of a 16-year-old teen at a Brooklyn basketball court last month. Aaron Nathaniel, 14, was identified by Brooklyn detectives as the alleged gunman whose stray bullet killed 16-year-old Oluwadurotimi Oyebola, also known as Timi. Oyebola was shot in the head and killed while playing basketball with his friends at Chester Playground on Sept. 21. Police said Oyebola appears to have been an innocent […]

  • Man shot and killed outside Queens movie theater after carjacking: police

    WHITESTONE, Queens— A man was shot in the chest and killed outside a Queens movie theater early Monday, police said. Police received a call around 3:30 a.m. about a shooting along the vicinity of Linden Place and 28th Avenue in College Point. When they arrived, police said they found a 25-year-old man, identified as Jaquan Campbell, shot in the street behind the College Point Multiplex Cinemas. He was pronounced dead at the scene. An investigation revealed the incident started with a […]

  • Cardi B turns herself in to NYPD for alleged fight at Queens strip club: police sources

    NEW YORK — Cardi B turned herself in to police Monday in connection to a fight at a Queens strip club, a police source said. PIX11 cameras captured Cardi B, born Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, turning herself in to cops in Flushing around 9:45 a.m. She emerged two hours later to a large crowd of media and fans. Almánzar allegedly ordered an attack on two bartenders at the Angels Strip Club in Flushing on Aug. 29, police sources said. Cardi B […]

  • Hit-and-run driver arrested after crash kills man in the Bronx: police

    The BRONX — Police arrested the driver who fled the scene of a crash that killed a man and injured a woman in the Bronx Sunday night. Collin Hedley, 24, was driving south on Jerome Avenue in the left lane when his BMW crossed over the double yellow lines and sideswiped a Honda SUV traveling north, said police. Hedly accelerated his vehicle, traveling south while still on the northbound lane, and struck an oncoming vehicle driven by 59-year-old Ramon Monteagudo […]

  • Cleanup in NJ after heavy rains cause flooding across state

    BAYONNE, N.J. — New Jersey residents are pumping water out of their homes across the state before another round of rain heads over Wednesday. Tuesday’s flash flooding in Bayonne left water flowing down streets and into people’s homes. In all, the National Weather Service reports 4.77 inches fell. From Bayonne to Bogota, first responders rushed to rescue dozens of people from their vehicles after getting stranded in rising water. In Fairview, a bucket truck helped to evacuate 100 people from and […]

  • Street closures, security measures as Trump and other world leaders arrive for UN General Assembly

    NEW YORK — President Donald Trump and world leaders are coming together in New York this week for the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly. New Yorkers are bracing for another week of international bedlam as the General Assembly continues through Oct. 1, with weekdays designated as gridlock alert days. To ensure the safety of all New Yorkers and world leaders, the NYPD and law enforcement agencies will provide highly trained officers throughout the area. Heavily armed members […]

  • MTA may shelve no swipe metrocard idea for new cellphone technology

    Who is being arrested for fare evasion? Lawsuit aims to force NYPD to release stats

    NEW YORK — A lawsuit is being announced Thursday aiming to force the NYPD to comply with New York City law requiring the release of information on fare evasion enforcement data. The Police Department has not released three quarterly reports, due Jan. 30, April 30 and July 30, according to officials. Quarterly reports have been have been required since December 2017, when the City Council unanimously passed legislation by councilman Rory I. Lancman. The reports are supposed to include the number of arrests […]

  • Lawyer: Kavanaugh accuser willing to testify publicly

    Debra Katz, the lawyer for a woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, said Monday that her client would be willing to testify in public to the Senate Judiciary Committee. “The answer is yes,” Katz, who represents Christine Blasey Ford, said on CNN’s “New Day.” Ford is the author of a private letter sent to California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein alleging that during a party in their high school years, Kavanaugh pushed her into a bedroom, tried […]