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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
  • Multi Town Pursuit Suspect Had Prior Pursuit Convictions

    WILLIMANTIC – The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner says the man responsible for leading police on a multi town pursuit Wednesday died as a result of multiple gunshots to the head, torso and extremities, sustained during a shootout with police. The pursuit started after the suspect, Kyron Sands, 39, started firing shots at Norwich police outside of Sands’ apartment. Police say he ran from his Broad Street home and carjacked an individual, commandeering their green Toyota Camry and leading […]

  • State Police identify suspect who died after multi-town police chase, officer-involved shooting as Hartford man

    WILLIMANTIC  — State Police said a Hartford man has died after an officer-involved shooting and a multi-town police chase. The pursuit started in Norwich at 10:52 a.m. on Wednesday when Norwich police were called to investigate a suspicious incident. Police said when they attempted to stop Kyron Sands, he shot at them and fled onto I-395. Norwich police returned fire before the suspect took off. Norwich Police Dispatch via Broadcastify During the pursuit, police said Sands, 39, tried to carjack […]

  • Sunken luxury yacht to be raised out of Connecticut River Wednesday

    LYME — A 53-foot yacht that sunk in late January in a cove off of the Connecticut River, is finally scheduled to be raised Wednesday morning. The Coast Guard will be supervising the recovery operation, which is scheduled to get underway between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m., weather permitting. Three weeks ago, suspended only by ice in Lyme’s Hamburg Cove, the Mazu was in trouble. “Local people came and helped raise it with the help of the local fire department […]

  • Four New Haven school employees placed on leave following disciplinary incident with student

    NEW HAVEN – The Barnard Environmental Studies Magnet School  in New Haven has been under the microscope this week. The school’s principal announced she was leaving for another job. And, four other employees, including the vice principal, were placed on administrative leave as an internal investigation probes how they dealt with a student in a disciplinary situation. “When the allegation came through, the school did what was prudent,” said David Cicarella, President of the New Haven Federation of Teachers. Among […]

  • Hartford public housing residents celebrate a win

    HARTFORD – After years of living in poor conditions in Hartford’s Barbour Gardens Apartments, the residents of the 84 public housing units will now be permitted to take their vouchers and move elsewhere. That’s scheduled to happen over the next 6 months. In February, of 2018, the apartments were inspected by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and received a score of 81 out of 100. But, HUD later acknowledges that was a false positive result. Was […]

  • Former president of animal rescue pleads not guilty of animal abuse

    BRIDGEPORT – A woman accused in a shocking case of animal abuse faced a judge in Bridgeport Wednesday. In fact, the prosecution deems the crimes so heinous, that they bumped up her charges to felonies. Heidi Lueders, 31, the now former President of a New Canaan animal rescue, stands accused of five counts of animal cruelty, as her landlord allegedly found skeletons of five dogs in the home Lueders rented in Fairfield. Police say the home was also overrun by trash, feces and drug paraphernalia. Animal rights activists showed up […]

  • Dozens displaced by three-alarm fire in Bridgeport

    BRIDGEPORT – Firefighters evacuated approximately 31 people from two neighboring apartment buildings that caught fire on Madison Ave. in Bridgeport Wednesday afternoon. Officials are still working to determine the cause, but one of the residents said the fire started upstairs, on the third floor, in a back apartment, which is unoccupied and being remodeled. Assistant Bridgeport Fire Chief Michael Caldaroni says at least one of the porches collapsed in back of the building where the fire started, at 135-141 Madison Ave. However, he says, firefighters […]

  • Connecticut College voyeurism investigation expands

    NEW LONDON – A voyeurism investigation, on the campus of Connecticut College, was expanded late Friday. The Connecticut College campus has been creeped out since October as numerous female students have reported having cellphone cameras pointed at them as they were preparing to shower. On Thursday, New London Police interviewed the student they believe is responsible. Then, late Friday afternoon, police announced that, based preliminary evidence, the investigation has evolved to include more than the five incidents initially reported by students. New London Police say a 20 year old male […]

  • Hamden police officers under investigation after controversial body camera video is released

    HAMDEN – Video from a Hamden police officer’s body camera is raising some eyebrows and has some claiming the  officers showed an ethnic bias in how they executed the arrest. “Do not get out of the car,” a Hamden officer screams. In February 2018, Hamden police say Victor Medina, 28, of Hamden, failed to obey a traffic stop. Then, engaged police in a pursuit, which ended at his house. “You don’t run from the police and then do what you’re not told,” the officer screams […]

  • Bridgeport youth gun violence round table heavily attended

    After four homicides in just over a month in Bridgeport, a youth gun violence round table was held Thursday morning in the Mayor’s conference room. The participants say there was a valuable exchange of ideas including the discussion of a disturbing trend: incorporating social media in the commission of crimes. “They are sending out messages brazenly about either crimes that they’re going to commit or have committed,” said Mayor Joseph Ganim (D-Bridgeport). An example: a Facebook post, obtained by Fox […]

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