Matt Trezza was born and raised in New York.
Matt attended Johns Hopkins University, where he majored in International Studies with a concentration in American Politics and then received a master’s degree in Journalism from Columbia University.
After graduation, Matt landed his first on-air job at KTWO in Casper, Wyoming, where he was a reporter and fill-in anchor, covering topics from local politics to dinosaur digs. During his free time there, he honed his skills in skiing, horseback riding, and mountain climbing. Later, he reported for WNWO in Toledo, Ohio, where he covered breaking news on politics, crime, and the economy. He also extensively covered the 2008 Presidential Campaign visits of Barack Obama, John McCain and Hillary Clinton, as well as the effects of the global financial crisis on America’s industrial centers.
For the last six years, Matt worked abroad, anchoring and reporting for a 24-hour news network in Moscow, Russia, where he met his beautiful wife. While overseas, he traveled extensively throughout Europe, Asia and parts of the Middle East, learning about different cultures and societies.
In his free time, Matt enjoys travel, working-out, and writing. He recently finished his first novel, an international action thriller.
Matt is delighted to be back home in the USA, where he is enjoying covering life in Central Florida.
Public health officials say the "coronavirus curve" represents the number of people who have come down with coronavirus over time in relation to the number of health care workers available to stem the spread of the virus.
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) now states that "F-1 and M-1 students attending schools operating entirely online may not take a full online course load and remain in the United States."
With thousands of COVID-19 tests happening at the Orange County Convention Center, the governor said they would have specific lanes for people who think they have symptoms.
Annual passholders at Walt Disney World were allowed to return to the Magic Kingdom on Thursday.
Beachgoers spread out along the sand, practicing the social distancing that public health officials said was critical, especially during the holiday weekend.
Wekiwa Springs State Park reopened in the early afternoon, Tuesday, after an all-out search for a missing diver.
Florida’s moratorium on evictions expires on July 1. Natalie Scott and her fiancée Bobby Dilley are all ready to go, in case they get kicked out. They even put most of their furniture in storage.
People in Daytona Beach are now required to wear a mask when inside a building in a public place. Masks are not required at the beach.