Nathalie Granda, ABC30 Fresno

Nathalie Granda

ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Nathalie:

Homeless Fresno man acquitted of resisting arrest after altercation with police

This week, a jury found that man, Lewis Brown, not guilty of the charge after a four-day trial. → Read More

Clean-up set to begin on Trails End Mobile Home Park

Residents of the mobile home park met with police officers of the Northeast District Wednesday, listening intently while many others voiced their concerns. → Read More

Lilly Fire in Madera County 35 acres, 40% contained, CAL FIRE says

As of Tuesday morning, CAL FIRE said the Lilly Fire was 35 acres and 40% contained. → Read More

Nonprofit calling for action after fire at southwest Fresno recycling center

A fire at the Cedar Avenue Recycling and Transfer Station last Friday created smoke that could be seen for miles. → Read More

Pest companies in Fresno battling mosquitoes before start of season

Fresno has landed on pest control company Orkin's list of the top 50 worst cities when it comes to mosquitoes. → Read More

Stockton police officer, suspect killed in shooting

The officer has been identified as 30-year-old Jimmy Inn. → Read More

California to lose congressional seat as population in Golden State falls flat

The rush to move to the Golden State has slowed over the last decade. → Read More

Tulare County moves into less-restrictive orange tier

A limited number of customers can come and sit inside to grab a bite inside Fuggazi's in Downtown Visalia. → Read More

Calwa church carries on Good Friday tradition amid pandemic

A sacred tradition returns on Good Friday with some safety changes. → Read More

'He didn't deserve to go like this': Slain street vendor's family seeks justice after father of 4 was fatally shot in Fresno

"He was hardworking, he didn't deserve to die or go like this." Heartbroken family members are seeking justice for Lorenzo Perez, a father of four and street vendor who was fatally shot while working at his cart. Authorities say a man was posing as a customer when he walked up and shot Perez in the head. → Read More

California releases new guidelines to reopen breweries, wineries

Until now, breweries, wineries, and distilleries that were not serving food had to remain closed in California. Come Saturday, they can reopen. → Read More

Millions in California may get late unemployment payments from EDD

State Assemblymember Jim Patterson expects many across California, including in Fresno, to deal with a delay in payments because many people haven't been told they have to re-apply for their benefits. → Read More

Millions in California may get late unemployment payments from EDD

State Assemblymember Jim Patterson expects many across California to deal with a delay in payments because many people haven't been told they have to re-apply for their benefits. → Read More

'I thought I was going to die.' California mother of 7 beats the odds after 8-month battle with COVID-19

"I thought I was going to die." Carmen Sevillano is back home with her family after nearly losing her life to COVID-19. She beat the odds while battling the virus for eight months. She was placed on a ventilator and was even in a coma. Her family was told to say their final goodbyes. → Read More

'Too horrific': Detectives say Fresno man sexually abused 12-year-old girl for months with her mother's help

A day after 41-year-old Brent Cox from Fresno was arrested for sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl, the child's mother as well as Cox's wife were both also arrested for their involvement. → Read More

Central California first responders prepared to help with weather emergencies

The Coalinga Police chief says city public works employees have been clearing gutters and providing sand to residents, even delivering some to older residents. → Read More

Valley hospitals react to Gov. Newsom lifting stay home orders

While California is dropping stay home orders, hospital officials say we're not out of the woods yet. → Read More

Local church leaders making adjustments as busy holiday services nears

Religious services are having to move back outdoors as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations rise. → Read More

Fresno aiming to increase COVID-19 testing as cases surge

With cases rising, car after car drove up to the test site in Downtown Fresno waiting to be tested for COVID-19. → Read More

Mariposa County moves into 'orange' tier amid rise in COVID-19 cases

For the county, the new tier means some slight capacity changes while bars will have to operate outdoors. → Read More