Jason Oliveira, ABC30 Fresno

Jason Oliveira

ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Brody:

Downtown Fresno bar to bring unique holiday experience to city

This is typically the time of year when many bars and restaurants begin decorating for Christmas. → Read More

What Fresno County moving back into 'purple' tier means for local gyms

Working out outdoors is still allowed, but many gym owners say that won't be enough to help them pay the bills as this pandemic continues to take a massive financial toll. → Read More

Tachi Palace reaches agreement to expand in Kings County

Under the new agreement, the Tribe will fund a new fire station and regional training facility at the northeast corner of 17th and Kansas near the casino. → Read More

New 'neighborhood brewery' opening in Clovis

MachineHead Brewing Co. is a new spot to grab a craft beer and some good conversation near highway 168 and Herndon. → Read More

Paso Robles-based brewery opening new tap room in northeast Fresno

BarrelHouse Brewing Company is set to open later this month across from the IMAX Theater in River Park. → Read More

Local golf tournament held to raise money for veteran rehabilitation

Since its inception, the Veterans Day tournament has raised more than $500,000 for the rehabilitation center at the Fresno VA Hospital. → Read More

Fresno Art Museum reopens after 7 months

Following months of shutdown due to COVID-19 restrictions, Fresno's only accredited fine arts museum is back open. → Read More

Fresno County's residents are voting in historic numbers

The number of ballots received in Fresno County has already exceeded that in November 2016. → Read More

Black-owned store vandalized in Old Town Clovis planning to reopen

Chanel Wapner isn't letting vandals stop her from reopening her Old Town Clovis shop "Just My Essentials." → Read More

Fresno County sees big turnout in early voting compared to recent years

With the deadline to vote fast approaching, Americans are turning out in record numbers. → Read More

California health officials urging public to avoid trick or treating on Halloween

Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly on Tuesday discouraged traditional trick or treating and parties because they pose too high of a health risk. → Read More

International manufacturer Trillium Pumps expanding Fresno operations

Trillium Pumps is making the Central Valley its North American headquarters and is expected to add 50 new jobs. → Read More

Creek Fire: 1 school planning to return to distance learning next week

Surrounded by utter destruction -- Pine Ridge Elementary is still standing -- while the community rallies to get back on its feet after the Creek Fire displaced thousands. → Read More

Fresno County investing millions to build new sheriff substation

Fresno County is investing millions of dollars to build a new sheriff's substation. → Read More

Bad air quality adds to challenges of exercising during a pandemic

Staying active has never been more of a challenge than right now. → Read More

Creek Fire: School put on hold for many impacted by flames

School districts in the Foothill and Mountain communities have all canceled school amid the Creek Fire. → Read More

Fresno State making final preparations to begin virtual classes

By this time last year, eager students had taken over the campus at Fresno State. → Read More

New urgent care in Fresno offering COVID-19 tests

Accelerated Urgent Care recently opened its first Fresno location at Blackstone and Herndon and is already testing. → Read More

LIVE: Mayor Brand announces 'important update' on Fresno's shelter in place order

Less than a week after the City of Fresno issued an emergency "shelter in place" order, officials are continuing to clarify what it means for families and businesses. → Read More

Fresno officials urging public to take extra precautions with Coronavirus

In California, 10 people have tested positive, but no deaths in the U.S. have been linked to the Coronavirus. → Read More