Vanessa Vasconcelos, ABC30 Fresno

Vanessa Vasconcelos

ABC30 Fresno

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Recent articles by Vanessa:

Alternative health care options if you want to avoid hospitals amid pandemic

As positive cases of COVID 19 surge across the country, many worry the very place they would typically go for emergency treatment now puts them at risk of catching the virus. → Read More

Valley growers prepare to protect citrus crops from cold weather

With freeze watches and warnings in the forecast, Valley citrus growers are staying a step ahead of nature. → Read More

Fresno Fire preparing for busy end of year as temperatures drop

As temperatures drop, Fresno Fire's calls to service continue to rise. → Read More

COVID-19 pandemic prompting many Valley residents to vote early

This year has seen historic levels of early voting, mostly from voters dropping off or mailing in their ballots. → Read More

Fresno first responders seeing surge in call as violence continues

Overall, call volume is down compared to 2019 but they have seen an uptick in assaults, including shootings and stabbings over the last year. → Read More

Non-profit helps mothers grieve after pregnancy or infant loss

It's something one in four women of reproductive age will have suffered, yet no one talks about it. → Read More

Creek Fire: Classrooms being used as command posts for firefighters

In addition to classrooms that allow for social distancing between departments, the school is now a hub for thousands of firefighters across several agencies and states. → Read More

Creek Fire: Auberry resident mourns loss of her beloved home

The Creek Fire has devastated many homes in the community of Auberry in Fresno County. → Read More

Creek Fire: Forest officials confirm structure loss in Big Creek

As the creek fire ravages portions of Fresno and Madera Counties, the firefight intensifies. → Read More

Scary video shows suspect shoot at Mariposa County deputy

New video released by Mariposa County investigators shows the moments a deputy is confronted by an armed suspect while serving a restraining order. → Read More

Fresno nonprofit using masks to help homeless students

You can find school spirit hot off the press at Square Heart Shops. → Read More

CA firefighter helps save dog from fire exactly 21 years after his dog was rescued

The crews that day not only gave Rob Lee 8 more years with his best friend; it inspired a career path. → Read More

Man shot by police Tuesday in northeast Fresno was unarmed, police say

The man who was shot and sent to the hospital in an officer-involved shooting in northeast Fresno on Tuesday morning was unarmed, according to police. → Read More

Local churches adjusting to less donations during COVID-19 pandemic

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sunday services are taking shape in different ways. → Read More

Coronavirus: Fresno husband who went above and beyond for pregnant wife laid off

Ethan's employer says he has a job to return to, but there's just no saying when that will be due to COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus: Fresno and Clovis Unified to meet regarding extended school closures

"Out of an abundance of caution, we believe it's most important all of our schools maximize around distance learning," says State Superintendent Tony Thurmond. → Read More

Central Unified extending school closure to May amid coronavirus outbreak

The Central Unified School District has decided to extend the closure of its schools to at least Friday, May 1, as concerns surrounding COVID-19 continue. → Read More

Can't stop worrying about the coronavirus? Find time to unplug, experts say

As coronavirus concerns grow, panic is setting in for many and mental health experts say it's best to arm yourself with information and to unplug sometimes. → Read More

Can't stop worrying about the coronavirus? Find time to unplug, experts say

As coronavirus concerns grow, panic is setting in for many and mental health experts say it's best to arm yourself with information and to unplug sometimes. → Read More

Can't stop worrying about the coronavirus? Find time to unplug, experts say

As coronavirus concerns grow, panic is setting in for many and mental health experts say it's best to arm yourself with information and to unplug sometimes. → Read More