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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
  • Sweat and get swole in just 30 minutes

    Being a new parent creates new challenges to getting to the gym. Anthony DiLorenzo looks at several options where in 30 minutes, you can burn nearly 1,000 calories and avoid the “dad bod.”

  • Community mourns victims in NJ gas station crash as out-of-control driver due in court

    WAYNE, N.J. — A community mourns for the three victims killed when an out-of-control driver smashed into them at a New Jersey gas station Tuesday morning. Friends and family remember 17-year-old Luke Warbeck and his father, Jon. Warbeck, 50, and his son were in a Chevrolet Camaro at the Delta Gas Station in Wayne when surveillance video shows a Honda Pilot driving toward them at a high-speed just before 9 a.m. The impact of the crash killed the father and […]

  • Residents evacuated after massive fire rips through Newark building

    NEWARK, N.J. — Several families are displaced after a fire broke out at a Newark building early Thursday. Flames ripped through the building along Sussex Avenue and Third Street. According to the fire chief, the blaze started on the first floor and quickly moved to the second and third floor. About four families were evacuated from the building, according to Newark officials. AIR11 was over the scene, where flames and thick, heavy smoke was seen coming out of the building. […]

  • Dozens displaced after fast-moving fire destroys Fort Lee apartment building

    FORT LEE, N.J. — Dozens of families are displaced after a massive blaze destroyed a Fort Lee apartment building Thursday. The fire started at about 4 p.m., in the basement of one of the buildings at the Linwood Park cooperative complex along Edwin Avenue. By 8 p.m., flames continued to tear through the five-story building and quickly got out of control. Residents from two 45-unit apartments were ordered out of their homes Thursday afternoon, according to the American Red Cross. People […]

  • NYPD release photo of fake gun suspect had during friendly-fire death of veteran detective

    QUEENS — Authorities released a photo of the imitation gun they say was used in an apparent armed robbery that led to the friendly-fire death of an NYPD detective. Christopher Ransom has tangled with police in the past few years, including a dramatic takedown posted on his YouTube page. Ransom, a 27-year-old career criminal, had a fake gun during the friendly-fire death of an NYPD detective Tuesday, but he was charged with murder and manslaughter, according to police. He allegedly […]

  • ‘Tragic case of friendly fire’: NYPD detective fatally shot, officer injured in Queens

    RICHMOND HILL, Queens — A 19-year veteran detective was fatally shot and a sergeant was injured in Queens on Tuesday night in “what appears to be an absolute tragic case of friendly fire,” NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill said. The shooting near Atlantic Avenue and 121st Street in Richmond Hill happened around 6:15 p.m. during an apparent armed robbery, O’Neill said. The doors of the T-Mobile store were blown out by the gunfire and glass fragments littered the sidewalk. “Our hearts are broken,” O’Neill […]

  • Ex-boyfriend arrested in connection to death of NY woman found in suitcase: police

    NEW YORK — The ex-boyfriend of a missing New Rochelle woman found dead in a suitcase in Connecticut has been arrested and is likely connected to her death, police said Tuesday. A person was arrested in New York after fraudulently using Valerie Reyes’ ATM card, according to Greenwich police. The arrested person “is also believed to be involved in the death of Valerie,” Greenwich police said. New Rochelle police later said Reyes’ ex-boyfriend, Javier da Silva, 24, was the person […]

  • Memorial mass planned for New Rochelle woman found dead in suitcase in Connecticut

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. — The mystery continues to deepen as investigators search for answers after a New Rochelle woman found dead and bound inside a suitcase in Connecticut. A vigil was held for 24-year-old Valerie Reyes Thursday night. Over one hundred people gathered at Westchester Park to pray for her anguished family. She was last seen alive on Jan. 29 at Metro North Station and was supposed to be on her way to work, according to investigators. She was reported […]

  • 1 dead, 3 injured in shooting at Brooklyn apartment building: police

    BROOKLYN — One man is dead and three others are injured after shots were fired inside a Brooklyn apartment building late Wednesday. Police responded to an assault at the three-story building on Fulton Street near Utica Avenue just before 10:30 p.m. and discovered four victims at the location. A 20-year-old man was found shot in the head and the chest. He was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. His identity has not been released pending family notification. A second 20-year-old […]

  • Health Department bans CBD-infused food and drinks in NYC

    NEW YORK — CBD oil is poised to be a $22 billion business – but maybe not in New York City. The Health Department confirmed Tuesday they’re cracking down on CBD-laced snacks sold at restaurants and bars around the city. “Restaurants in New York City are not permitted to add anything to food or drink that is not approved as safe to eat,” a DOH statement released Tuesday read. “Until cannabidiol (CBD) is deemed safe as a food additive, the […]

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