Amanda Aguilar, ABC30 Fresno

Amanda Aguilar

ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • ABC30 Fresno
Past:
  • WTVM News Leader 9
  • WTOC11
  • WALB News 10
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • WMBFNews.com
  • WAFB
  • WIS News 10
  • FOX19
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • WIBW
  • and more…

Recent articles by Amanda:

Break the Barriers spreads Christmas spirit with 8th annual 'A Nutcracker Like No Other'

The magic of the Nutcracker will soon be felt in Fresno. → Read More

Local doctor stresses lung cancer screenings for high-risk patients

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Have you gone recently to get screened for lung cancer? → Read More

Last day to purchase tickets for Heart of the Horse fundraiser

Heart of the Horse Therapy Ranch is back in the saddle for its annual fundraiser. → Read More

Madera County group collects breast milk for infants in need

A Madera County group is taking action to make sure babies in the Valley are healthy and well-fed. → Read More

7th annual 'Valley Made' Manufacturing Summit held in downtown Fresno

The 7th annual "Valley Made" Manufacturing Summit wrapped up Thursday afternoon in downtown Fresno. → Read More

Fresno organization asks for shoe donations for local kids

A Fresno organization is taking action to make sure kids have all the essentials for school. The group Boys 2 Men-Girls 2 Women, is hosting its first-ever shoe drive → Read More

Tulare woman turns to social media to find biological sister

A young South Valley woman is turning to social media in hopes of reuniting with her biological sister. → Read More

Celebrating 70 years: First patient of Valley Children's reflects on hospital's growth

Valley Children's Healthcare is preparing to celebrate 70 years of serving kids across Central California. → Read More

Justin Garza H.S. creates NAMI club to promote mental health awareness

A Central Unified high school is taking action to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. → Read More

Plasma donation center opens in northeast Fresno

BioLife Plasma Services opened its second Central Valley location in northeast Fresno. → Read More

Law enforcement to provide update on search for missing Selma woman Jolissa Fuentes

We are expected to soon learn more about the search for missing Selma woman, Jolissa Fuentes, who has not been seen for more than two months. → Read More

Big Fresno Fair: Safety remains top priority for staff

Visitors, young and old, can enjoy more than 50 rides. All of them have been and will continue to be inspected throughout the fair to keep families safe. → Read More

Nalchajian Orthodontics to award students spreading kindness

A local orthodontist office is taking action to spread kindness around the Central Valley. → Read More

Visalia man meets with Kevin McCarthy, lawmakers to advocate for cancer research funding

A Visalia man is back from the nation's capital after taking action to increase funding for cancer research. → Read More

Valley Animal Center hires two new vets to help with service backlog

Across the nation, the demand for veterinarians has increased throughout the pandemic. → Read More

Health experts expect flu season to start sooner

Kaiser Permanente is one of many places across the Valley offering flu shots, as we enter flu season. → Read More

Central CA Women's Conference featured close to 200 vendors

The Central California Women's Conference was back in person at the Fresno Convention Center in downtown Fresno. The one-day event aimed at inspiring and transforming the lives of women across the Valley. → Read More

Kaweah Health looks to hire RNs, LVNs

Kaweah Health is hoping to welcome hundreds of new faces to its team by holding a career event in October. → Read More

Mennonite Disaster Service breaks ground on new Kingsburg warehouse

The dirt lot will turn into a 7,200 sq. ft. facility, where volunteers will receive training. It will also serve as the organization's warehouse to store tools and equipment needed for rebuilding projects. → Read More

Deadly fire at a mobile home near Caruthers

Deputies arrived before fire crews, and found five people exiting the home, one of them was unconscious. → Read More