Anthony DiLorenzo is an award-winning journalist who joined FOX CT in September 2010 as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor for the FOX CT Morning News.
Anthony came to FOX CT from Springfield, Mass. where he reported and anchored at WWLP-TV. Before that he worked at WHDH in Boston, where he also attended Suffolk University.
Anthony has been nominated for two Emmy Awards and won two Associated Press awards for breaking news coverage.
His reporting has taken him across the country for coverage of 9/11: Ten Years later, Inauguration of Barack Obama, Pope Benedict XVI's visit to the United States, and the death of Senator Edward Kennedy.
Anthony was also the first television reporter to uncover the tragic story about Phoebe Prince. The 15-year-old Irish immigrant settled in South Hadley, Mass. before taking her own life, reportedly because of relentless bullying. Phoebe's death ultimately prompted Massachusetts lawmakers to create an anti-bullying law for school children. Anthony's reporting on the case was seen on national and network television.
He grew up and attended high school in northern Connecticut and currently lives in Hartford County.