Amanda Aguilar, ABC30 Fresno

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ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Past articles by Amanda:

Kids Day holds first in-person event since 2019

The 36th annual Kids Day took place on Tuesday -- the first in-person event since 2019. The yearly tradition benefits Valley Children's Hospital and its tiniest patients. → Read More

Meet Connor, 2023 Kids Day Ambassador

A yearly tradition returns Tuesday. Valley Children's Healthcare will hold its 36th Annual Kids Day. → Read More

Fairmont Elementary celebrates Reading Across America

Valley first responders, Sanger High football players, and Assemblymember Jim Patterson were among the special guests sharing stories at Fairmont Elementary School in Sanger. → Read More

Colon cancer survivor urges screening for patients age 45+

Colon cancer is the third most common cancer. However, there's now been a shift as to who it's impacting. → Read More

Highway 168 at bottom of 4-lane remains closed due to heavy snow

The snowfall continues to impact travel to Shaver Lake and China Peak. → Read More

Black adults face increased risk for heart disease

In Health Watch, federal data shows Black adults are at an increased risk for heart disease. → Read More

Norovirus cases are spreading across the Valley

A stomach bug is spreading across the Central Valley. Norovirus is not a new virus, and according to health experts, it's common during the colder, winter months. → Read More

1 killed, 1 hospitalized after shooting at northwest Fresno shopping center, police say

One person is dead, and another is in critical condition following a shooting in northwest Fresno. → Read More

Fresno man biking across America to raise funds for Valley Children's

A Fresno man is taking action to raise money for Valley Children's Hospital. → Read More

Man arrested after hours-long standoff with police in northeast Fresno

A suspect has been arrested after an hours-long standoff with Fresno police that lasted overnight. → Read More

Fresno organization planting more trees in Valley to help reduce heat-related illnesses

An organization in Fresno is leading the effort to add more green across the Valley. → Read More

California offers grants to improve safety at reproductive health facilities

California is investing almost $20 million in the protection of reproductive healthcare services. → Read More

Vacant central Fresno event venue destroyed by fire, cause under investigation

The fire broke out just before midnight at the Fagbule Glass House on Shields between Blackstone and Highway 41. → Read More

World Health Organization to vote on ending COVID-19 pandemic declaration

The World Health Organization is meeting to discuss if the COVID-19 pandemic should be considered over. → Read More

Aria Community Health Center offers new resources to help patients quit smoking

A Central Valley health center is taking action to help support people who want to quit smoking. → Read More

New northeast Fresno Pilates studio offers unique workout

If you're looking for a fun, full-body workout, a new Pilates studio just opened in northeast Fresno. → Read More

New device helps Clovis veteran with Parkinson's walk again

The simple act of walking can be challenging for those living with Parkinson's disease, which affects movement. However, a Clovis veteran is now on the move with the help of a newly-invented device. → Read More

Community Medical & UnitedHealthcare have reached a contract agreement

Community Medical and UnitedHealthcare have reached a contract agreement after contracts with the Community Health System expired. → Read More

Fresno County animal shelters trying to reunite lost pets with owners after storms

The recent storms led to more than just flooding. Fresno County animal shelters are also feeling the impact as they welcome new faces. → Read More

Army vet opens business to help veterans apply for VA benefits, programs

A new veteran-owned business in northwest Fresno is helping former military members transition to civilian life. → Read More