Born and raised in Fresno, Angelo Stalis attended Fresno High School and Fresno State. He graduated from Fresno State with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Broadcasting. He and his wife Barbara have been married 44 years. They have 3 daughters, Wendy, Kimberly and Nicolette. They also have 10 grandchildren.
Angelo started his broadcast career while in college: first at Fresno State at what was then all-volunteer campus-only radio station, KFSR. He then moved to KFIG radio as a part time employee. In 1970, Angelo switched to television. He began his Channel 30 career as an Announcer/Director. In 1976, he delivered his first weathercast. Since then he has also broadcast live from places such as Yosemite National Park, San Francisco, Millerton Lake, backyard barbecues and countless community events including the Big Fresno Fair. Altogether, Angelo has spent 40 years at this television station.
With StormWarn 30, Angelo is proud to be able to deliver live radar updates on storms entering Central California. A large thunderstorm outbreak on October 29, 2007 caused extensive flooding and damage in parts of the Valley. Angelo and StormWarn 30 tracked those storm cells and broadcast storm strength and estimated times of arrival for many locations.
Angelo enjoys visiting schools in Central California to talk about weather and his career. Over the years, he also helped run a long-time campaign for the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Moments for MS. He's also involved in many ABC-30 community events such as Toys for Tots and the Central California Pint-For-Pint Blood Drive.