KMPH Fox26 News Anchor, Monty Torres, Discusses The Phycological Side Of Addiction, Faith & Community
Monty Torres is the nightly news anchor for Fresno's KMPH Fox26. A California native who began his broadcasting career in Los Angeles, he has worked in Palm Springs, Florida, Michigan and North Carolina and produced of several public affairs shows, including "Viva Carolina" in Raleigh, a show created to address the concerns of North Carolina's fast-growing Hispanic population. Viva Carolina debuted to very positive reviews from state Hispanic leaders, the Hispanic community, and viewers-at-large.
Monty attended UCLA and Brigham Young University where he majored in Political Science and Psychology. He completed one year at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles before leaving to begin the professional certificate program in Broadcast Journalism at UCLA. He is an avid boxing and martial arts fan and former competitor. His proudest achievement is being the father of six healthy, happy children along with his wife.