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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
  • Correction officers rally after string of attacks at Rikers Island

    NEW YORK — The Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association will hold a rally Thursday calling for a change following a string of attacks on jail guards at Rikers Island. The latest attack was on a correction officer Wednesday. He was jumped and slashed in the face by multiple gang members at the Rikers Island jail facility. He wants more protection for correction officers who fear their lives are on the line. “When me and my partner are walking, it’s the two […]

  • NYC Ferry service launches in the Bronx

    SOUNDVIEW, the Bronx — NYC Ferry has launched their service connecting communities in the Bronx and Upper East Side to Lower Manhattan. Beginning Wednesday, the route travels between the Soundview section of the Bronx at Clason Point and Wall Street, Pier 11 with stops at East 90th Street and East 34th Street. The approximate time between the two end points is about 46 minutes. That cuts the average commute time of 90 minutes in half, according to Mayor Bill de Blasio. […]

  • Manhole catches fire near Midtown Tunnel

    MURRAY HILL, Manhattan — Crews were on scene after a manhole caught fire near the Midtown Tunnel early Wednesday, temporarily closing off a part of Second Avenue in Manhattan. FDNY received a call at about 1:39 a.m. about a manhole fire along East 38th Street and Second Avenue in Murray Hill. Fire trucks, Con Edison crews and police cars responded to the fire, as thick smoke was seen coming out of the manhole, Citizen video captured. There were initial reports of […]

  • Passenger bus crashes into Newark Penn Station overpass

    A bus carrying dozens of passengers crashed into a low overpass at Newark Penn Station late Sunday night, according to officials. The bus, operated by Liberty Coach Inc. was traveling from Washington D.C. to New Jersey when it collided into an overpass near Edison Place and Alling Street at approximately 11:40 p.m. Authorities say 50 passengers were on board. “The glass crashed and everything falling down… people yelling, kids crying,” a passenger returning home told PIX11 News. Witnesses reported seeing some […]

  • Man in Queens for stepsister’s wedding dies after being punched in the face

    LONG ISLAND CITY, Queens — A Florida man in Queens for his stepsister’s wedding died days after being knocked out by a punch to the face, police sources said. Sandor Szabo knocked on the window of a white SUV in Long Island City early Sunday, thinking it was his Uber back to his hotel. The driver got out and punched Szabo in the face, knocking him to the pavement. Afterward, the driver and a 17-year-old witness propped Szabo — who was […]

  • Off-duty sergeant who shot attempted robber in Brooklyn placed on modified duty

    BROOKLYN — The off-duty police sergeant who shot a 21-year-old man in the mouth early Thursday morning in Brooklyn has been placed on modified duty, officials said. The off-duty Sgt. told officials initially told investigators he was on his way to work shortly before 5 a.m. when he was approached by an attempted robber near the intersection of New Jersey Avenue and Livonia Avenue, police said. The Sgt. fired twice, hitting Thayvone Santana in the face. His original version of events is […]

  • New details emerge in Astoria fatal shooting that killed 4, including 6-year-old boy

    ASTORIA, Queens — Four people, including a man and his 6-year-old son, are dead in what investigators say may have been a murder-suicide in Queens, authorities said. Two women, a man and a young boy were found shot to death in a first-floor apartment on 30th Drive near 23rd Street in Astoria just before 9 p.m. Monday, officials said. Two glock pistols were found at the scene, according to Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea. Those firearms were most likely purchased […]

  • Brothers fend off, kill alleged burglar in Queens: police sources

    QUEENS — An alleged burglar died Monday after being stabbed and hit with a baseball bat when two brothers fought back to defend their Queens home, according to police sources. An unarmed man, 26, knocked and rang the doorbell of a home on Williamson Avenue around 2:45 a.m., police sources said. That’s when one of the two brothers answered the door, and the man allegedly forced his way inside, according to sources. The resident’s brother then confronted the man and fought […]

  • Two shot and killed in West Babylon: police

    WEST BABYLON, N.Y. — A man and woman are dead after a shooting in West Babylon on Wednesday night, police said. The woman was pronounced dead at the scene in the drivers seat of a car. Police found the man shot outside of the car. He was transported to a hospital in West Islip, where he was pronounced dead. The victims have been identified by police as Olivia Digrigoli, 21, from West Islip, and Anthony St. Hilaire, 22, of West Babylon. […]

  • Millennial parenting: How social media is changing the game

    PIX11’s Kala Rama and Anthony Dilorenzo are first-time parents — and millennials. Watch as they navigate the ways technology and social media have changed the parenting landscape.