Tony Cabrera, ABC30 Fresno

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ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Past articles by Tony:

Dangers of leaving children in hot cars

DO NOT LEAVE YOUR CHILDREN OR PETS IN CARS DURING THIS HEAT. → Read More

Consumer Reports: The most reliable appliance brands revealed

They sure don't make them like they used to! But Consumer Reports says there are reasons for that! → Read More

Consumer Reports: E-Scooter safety investigation

Are e-scooters safe? A Consumer Reports investigation found that serious e-scooter injuries are happening all too frequently. → Read More

Consumer Watch: Connected toys and your child's privacy

As more toys connect to the internet, there are more chances for your child's data to be hacked. → Read More

Which vaccines should you get as an adult?

NOT TOO LATE: From shingles to pneumonia, there are a slew of adult vaccines out there. → Read More

Volunteer cuddlers provide comfort for babies at Valley Children's Hospital

There are a number of volunteer opportunities at Valley Children's Hospital, but one of the most coveted is to be a Cuddler in the NICU. → Read More

Fresno man's heartfelt words for the loss of his baby girl born with rare condition

Fresno resident Mike Harper is looking back on the short but beautiful life of his little girl, who passed away after a fight with a rare condition she was born with. → Read More

Community banding together online and in person for Clovis boy battling cancer

A movement is quickly growing for a 21-month-old Clovis boy battling cancer. His name is Liam Brewer. → Read More

Visalia restaurant owner thanks strangers for helping when hit by bike

Visalia restaurant owner Alicia Cortes and her family are thankful this Christmas for strangers who came to her rescue when she was hit by a bike riding on the sidewalk. → Read More

Oakhurst family gives free Christmas pony rides for kids in need

Ever since Oakhurst resident Lori Prentice and her family give free pony rides on Christmas Day to kids experiencing hardship-- she's found it's like magic. → Read More

Smart Lab travels through Valley schools to give students hands on lessons in science

For 18 years, the Smart Lab has traveled to schools that may not have access to microscopes or models. → Read More

Reedley parents honor son through veterans memorial outside home

Ever since their son Matthew died, Reedley residents Dale and Carmen Martinez have maintained this Veterans memorial in their front yard. It faces the busy street to serve a purpose. → Read More

Clovis woman describes terrifying moments being in the middle of Las Vegas mass shooting

Michele Fiester shot video just as country star Jason Aldean was starting his next song. In a matter of seconds, a fun getaway with girlfriends turned into a nightmare. → Read More

'Dynatrap' device provides extra line of defense against bugs

Mosquitoes buzz around, hoping to dine on you whenever and where ever they can. But they are more than just a nuisance. → Read More

Fresno man wins big on 'Jeopardy'

Peter Guekguezian is a smart guy. He went to University High, got his master's at Fresno State and is graduating from USC with a Ph.D. And now he has three wins on 'Jeopardy' and nice check to show for it. → Read More

Initiative Foods marks major milestone toward rebuild after devastating Sanger fire

On Thursday, the organic baby food maker is taking its first step to rebuilding by celebrating with a ribbon cutting ceremony and have rehired 10 employees. → Read More

Air quality officials urge parents to be watchful as school year begins

The increase in traffic has the Valley Air District encouraging people to change their habits, especially while waiting outside campus. → Read More

Fresno teachers prep for upcoming school year

Fresno Unified is hosting 325 first-year teachers and teachers new to the Valley at its New Teacher Conference as the school year draws nearer and nearer. → Read More

Authorities suspect fireworks sparked salvage yard fire near Madera

The fire was at Smith's Wrecking Yard and the flames lit up the night sky as the fire spread from car to car. → Read More

Sanger community comes out in support of Initiative Foods employees

"To see the love and the friendship, it's amazing." → Read More