New Jersey native Matt DeLucia joined NBC10 in June of 2013. He had previously been with KVVU in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he served as a reporter and fill-in anchor since 2009.
DeLucia earned five Pacific Southwest Emmy awards while at KVVU. In 2012, the Associated Press Television and Radio Association named him ‘Reporter of the Year.’
While at KVVU, DeLucia covered several high profile stories, including the O.J. Simpson Vegas robbery case. In 2011, he was reporting from the track during the IndyCar race collision that killed Indy 500 winner Dan Wheldon.
DeLucia started his career as a reporter and weekend sports anchor at WBOC in Salisbury, Maryland in 2007. He later moved on to WSHM in Springfield, Massachusetts where he was a general assignment reporter and anchor until 2009.
DeLucia attended Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill and earned a B.A. in communication from La Salle University. During his studies, he worked as a reporter/segment producer for New Jersey Network, and served as an intern for NBC News for the 2006 Olympic Games in Torino, Italy. He currently lives in Philadelphia.