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Tony Valdez

Tony Valdez is a general assignment reporter for FOX 11 News. He has been with FOX 11 since 1981. Valdez reports for the LA's Most Wanted news segment, profiling criminal suspects and missing persons. He also hosts Midday Sunday, a weekly public affairs program which spotlights local and national issues with current headline news and news makers. He served as a weekend news anchor from November 1991 to January 1993.

Valdez has received numerous Emmy, Golden Mike and Los Angeles Press Club awards for his work in broadcasting. On January 27, 2012, the Los Angeles City Council honored Valdez for completing 30 years just at FOX 11 KTTV News.

Prior to KTTV, Valdez worked as a writer, producer and reporter for KTLA and KCET in Los Angeles. He also worked for La Opinion and Los Angeles Herald-Express.

He attended Los Angeles City College and California State University Northridge and is also a veteran of the United States Army.

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    Mexican American Boxers

    Mexican American Boxers

    Sunday, August 10 2014 9:00 AM EDT2014-08-10 13:00:16 GMT
    Los Angeles used to be a major venue for championship boxing. From the 1930s through the 1970s, there were prize fights nearly every night in metropolitan Los Angeles, primarily at the Olympic Auditorium in Downtown Los Angeles, and in later years, The Forum in Inglewood.
    Los Angeles used to be a major venue for championship boxing. From the 1930s through the 1970s, there were prize fights nearly every night in metropolitan Los Angeles, primarily at the Olympic Auditorium in Downtown Los Angeles, and in later years, The Forum in Inglewood.
  • Mexican American Boxing In LA

    Mexican American Boxing In LA

    Mexican American Boxing In LA

    Sunday, August 10 2014 6:00 AM EDT2014-08-10 10:00:16 GMT
    Los Angeles used to be a major venue for championship boxing. From the 1930s through the 1970s, there were prize fights nearly every night in metropolitan Los Angeles, primarily at the Olympic Auditorium in Downtown Los Angeles.
    Los Angeles used to be a major venue for championship boxing. From the 1930s through the 1970s, there were prize fights nearly every night in metropolitan Los Angeles, primarily at the Olympic Auditorium in Downtown Los Angeles.
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    Justice for Homicide Victims

    Justice for Homicide Victims

    Tuesday, August 5 2014 11:45 AM EDT2014-08-05 15:45:13 GMT
    In a typical year, about 500 people are murdered in the metropolitan Los Angeles area. Usually, only about 40% of those murders are prosecuted. The remainder are unsolved for a variety of reasons.
    In a typical year, about 500 people are murdered in the metropolitan Los Angeles area. Usually, only about 40% of those murders are prosecuted. The remainder are unsolved for a variety of reasons.
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