Corin Hoggard, ABC30 Fresno

Corin Hoggard

ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Corin:

Family's American dream cut short by Fresno man with history of domestic violence

A Fresno man with a history of domestic violence is now headed to prison for murdering his girlfriend. → Read More

Fresno Mayor-elect Jerry Dyer's message after COVID-19 diagnosis: 'Be considerate, wear a mask'

Dyer received the positive test Tuesday morning. He says he has experienced a headache, body ache, and chills, along with a mild fever. → Read More

Fresno family seeking truth after CHP officer runs stop sign, kills man

Initial reports show an on-duty CHP officer may be to blame for killing Fred Ricardo in a car crash. → Read More

Once controversial, Advance Peace gets city funding to tackle Fresno violence

The program, credited with cutting gun violence in half in a Bay Area city, has officially arrived in Fresno. → Read More

Fresno County schools taking time to prepare for safe return to campus

Because Fresno County moved from the purple tier to red, all schools will be eligible to reopen if the county stays out of purple for at least two weeks. → Read More

CA Attorney General wants judge to hold Immanuel Schools in contempt for violating injunction

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is requesting a Fresno County judge hold Immanuel Schools in contempt of court for violating an injunction ordering them to close their doors to students. → Read More

Fresno moves to reduce liquor licenses in 'drunkest city in California'

The city of Fresno is moving to cut down on the number of liquor licenses in the city, especially the inner city. → Read More

Investigation into violent Fresno PD arrest complete, but report delayed citing community 'emotions'

An investigation into a violent Fresno Police arrest of a Black teen is complete, but the city's independent reviewer chose to delay its release because he was concerned about community reaction. → Read More

Unusual murder charge after Fresno police chase leads to unborn baby's death

A Fresno man faces an unusual criminal charge for an unusual death. → Read More

Fresno County files injunction to close Immanuel Schools after repeated emergency order violations

Fresno County filed for an injunction to close Immanuel Schools Friday morning, eight days after the private school opened for in-person instruction in violation of state and county emergency orders. → Read More

Some Fresno County businesses in open rebellion against coronavirus emergency order

Several Fresno County businesses are in open rebellion against the state's coronavirus emergency order. → Read More

Simmering schools dispute not boiling over in Fresno County

The kids are back in school in person at a pair of private schools in Fresno County and the public health department isn't thrilled about it. → Read More

Urgent help arrives in Central Valley with state strike force, $52 million

The Central Valley is now the focus for a coronavirus crackdown coming from the governor's office state. A state strike force arrived in Fresno County Monday. → Read More

Do cloth face masks really work? We tested them in the lab

Action News teamed up with a Fresno State microbiologist in an attempt to settle the great mask debate. → Read More

Do cloth face masks really work? We tested them in the lab

ABC30 teamed up with a Fresno State microbiologist in an attempt to settle the great mask debate. → Read More

Fowler city council member arrested again for violating restraining order after alleged burglary

Fowler police arrested City Council member Mark Rodriguez over the weekend for at least the second time this year. → Read More

Fresno man outruns odds, demographics to tell a coronavirus survivor story

A Fresno man wrestled with coronavirus for two months, and this week he won. → Read More

Coronavirus forces creativity in Memorial Day tributes

The coronavirus changed Memorial Day plans across the Valley, but it couldn't stop a mission to pay tribute. → Read More

Clovis businesses start to reopen as city council paves path for no enforcement of state order

Businesses started to reopen in Clovis Tuesday after a city council vote eliminated the city's emergency orders. → Read More

No more stay at home: Data shows people are back on the move in the Valley

If you've become a little anxious for "stay at home" orders to end, you're not alone. → Read More