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After an eight year hiatus, Tony returned to the FOX61 family in January, 2013, as a General Assignment News Reporter and fill-in Anchor.

During his first stint with the station, from 1993-2005, Tony was an award-winning sports anchor and reporter.

Tony’s return to FOX61 afforded him the opportunity to work with his father, Al Terzi, a FOX61 Anchor, for the first time in their extensive careers. In fact, on December 26, 2013, they became only the second father-son duo to co-anchor a newscast.

Tony and his wife, Susan, are the proud parents of two teenage sons.


Recent Articles
  • Family of victim of West Haven police shooting happy with revamped investigation

    NEW HAVEN – Acting Chief State’s Attorney, John Russotto, has agreed to add New Haven State’s Attorney Patrick Griffin to the investigation into the officer involved shooting that killed 19 year carjacking suspect Mubarak Soulemane last week in West Haven. This decision is a relief to the family of the victim. A week after receiving the devastating news that Soulemane had been shot to death by Trooper Brian North after an alleged carjacking and point pursuit, the family feels justice […]

  • Family of 19 year old killed by trooper in West Haven issues ultimatum

    MIDDLETOWN – After meeting with State Police Commissioner James Rovella Tuesday morning, the mother of 19 year old carjacking suspect Mubarak Soulemane delivered a concise message. “All I want is justice,” said Omo Klusum Mohammed. The family, joined by members of the New Haven Clergy Association, demanded State Police policy changes, in the wake of Soulemane’s shooting death last Wednesday, calling Trooper Brian North’s actions murder and racism. “If it’s a white kid, I don’t think, I don’t think this […]

  • Protest set following the CSP shooting death of carjacking suspect

    NEW HAVEN – Family and friends of 19-year-old Mubarak Soulemane, who was shot dead by State Police, following a police pursuit last Wednesday in West Haven, say it should not have ended the way it did. At the First Calvary Baptist Church in New Haven Monday, a celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and a memorial, of sorts, for the local college student. “I am here today because I lost a son,” said Omo Klusum Mohammed, […]

  • New Haven clergy call West Haven officer involved shooting racist

    NEW HAVEN – The investigation into why Connecticut State Police Trooper Brian North shot 19 year old New Haven man Mubarak Soulemane has been handed off to the New London State’s Attorney’s office and State Police Central District Major Crimes. That’s not sitting well with American Civil Liberties Union or the New Haven Clergy Association. “How can you police yourself,” said Rev. Boise Kimber. “What we are asking for is that the US attorney will investigate this incident.” State Police […]

  • Fotis Dulos attorney disputes claims in unsealed warrants

    NEW HAVEN – While he says he respects the gag order, imposed by Stamford Superior Court Judge John Blawie, Fotis Dolos’ attorney, Norm Pattis, did respond Thursday to claims made in the warrants unsealed Wednesday. There were nearly 500 pages of unsealed warrants, much of which was repetitive information. But, a law enforcement interview with Jennifer Dulos’ nanny resulted in previously unknown allegations “about Mr. Dulos allegedly involved in some sort of violence with his wife,” noted Pattis. “We categorically […]

  • New Dulos Court Docs: Jennifer was afraid of Fotis

    STAMFORD – In the new documents released today, investigators say it’s likely that multiple individuals were involved in the crime and the cleanup, related to the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos, Who vanished May 24. Dating back to 2017 and their contentious divorce and custody proceedings Jennifer Dulos confided in her babysitter, Lauren Almeida, that she was scared of Fotis Dulos. According to the search warrants released Wednesday, Jennifer Dulos told Lauren Almeida that Fotis Dulos tried to run her over […]

  • Ansonia police requests public help in search for missing one-year-old

    ANSONIA- It’s been six weeks and there is still no word as to the whereabouts of missing one-year-old, Vanessa Morales. On Monday, Dec. 2, Ansonia police were called to a home on Myrtle Ave. for The second time that day to perform a welfare check. That’s when they learned that things were not at all well. According to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, 43-year-old Christine Holloway died a violent death. However, the Ansonia Police Department still believes, based […]

  • Connecticut senator proposes stronger domestic violence legislation

    NEW HAVEN – On the heels of this week’s arrests, in the case of missing New Canaan mother of five, Jennifer Dulos, an organization called Connecticut Protective Mom’s teamed up with a state senator to announce legislation aimed at better protecting domestic violence victims in family court. State Sen. Alex Bergstein (D-Greenwich) is on a mission to protect victims of abuse. “Jennifer Dulos was my constituent,” Bergstein said. She says its hard for women to summon the strength needed to […]

  • Social media helped identify Hamden fatal shooting suspect

    HAMDEN – It’s unclear whether the victim of a recent fatal Hamden shooting, during a drug deal gone bad, knew that a passenger in his car had arranged the sale of some marijuana. 20-year-old Pharoh Jackson, of New Haven, who has served time for multiple felony convictions in the past, is being held on $2 million bond, charged with the murder of a man it’s uncertain whether he knew. Hamden police say on Friday night, December 27, 35-year-old Corey Gomes […]

  • Police investigate deadly officer-involved shooting in Ansonia

    ANSONIA – Police shot and killed a man Thursday night in a home that’s on the same Ansonia street where they found 43-year-old Christine Holloway murdered in early December. However, police say these cases are not connected. Police were called to a home on Myrtle Ave. just after 7:30 p.m. Thursday when a woman walked into PD and said her boyfriend, who she has a protective order against, came to her apartment and got physically aggressive with her. Officers entered […]

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