Christina Fan, ABC30 Fresno

Christina Fan

ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Past articles by Christina:

How a Tulare officer's 'Spidey sense' led to a web of mail theft unraveling

An off-duty officer's instincts led to the arrest of mail thieves tormenting a Tulare neighborhood for months. → Read More

Words from the heart help sway lawmakers to take closer look at 'Gavin's Law'

"Gavin's Law" named after Gavin Gladding, the Clovis Unified vice principal, killed last year in a hit-and-run crash, seeks higher penalties for those who leave the scene of a crash that causes injury or death. → Read More

California DMV to be audited after lawmakers become suspicious of voter fraud

Launched last year, the state agency's "Motor Voter" program registered drivers to vote. But some state leaders claim thousands of errors were made. → Read More

New law aims to increase penalties for porch pirates

Porch pirates beware. → Read More

Gavin's Law: Bill introduced in honor of beloved Clovis hit-and-run victim

Gavin Gladding's family say the current hit-and-run law incentivizes drivers to flee the scene. → Read More

Wind gusts cause part of roof to blow off Washington Academic Middle School in Sanger

The sheer power of Mother Nature was on full display outside Washington Academic Middle School Wednesday. → Read More

Measles cases reported in 10 states. How protected is the Central Valley?

The states with the largest outbreaks also have the highest non-vaccinated populations. → Read More

Blood, screams, arrest: How an online first date turned into a nightmare

A sexual assault victim, covered head to toe in blood, ran along the sidewalk screaming for help. → Read More

'You've had five years to make our city safer:' Group petitions for removal of Selma police chief

Everyone we spoke to said they felt unsafe walking the streets at night, but they disagree if the chief is the one that should be held responsible. → Read More

Local PG&E crews prepare for damage caused by high wind speeds

Workers are worried that branches will break or the wind will pick up debris and slam it into power lines. → Read More

Local furloughed IRS workers face increased pressure when told to work without pay

Local IRS workers on the verge of missing a second paycheck, and now they are being ordered back to the office without pay. → Read More

Family asks for changes to McKinley Ave. after bicyclist killed

Tyrone Crocketts biked this two-mile stretch of McKinley every day to visit his sister. → Read More

Fresno County Sheriff's Deputy involved in shooting

A deputy fired at a man standing on a driveway with a knife and acting irrationally, authorities say. → Read More

'Stranded motorist' scams man of $50 with fake gold ring

A Kingsburg family who was tricked by a roadside scammer has a warning for other Valley drivers. → Read More

Kingsburg family speaks after being scammed by con artists posing as stranded motorists

A Kingsburg family who was tricked by a roadside scammer has a warning for other Valley drivers. → Read More

December and January are the busiest months for Fresno firefighters. Here's why.

As the year winds down, the work load is just beginning to build for Fresno Fire. → Read More

2 burglars smash up businesses in NE Fresno

The attempted heist left a sidewalk full of broken glass during one of the busiest holiday weekends of the year. → Read More

Camp Fire survivors temporarily relocate to Fresno to start over

As the holidays approach, survivors of the Camp Fire in Northern California are struggling to put a roof over their heads. Some have temporarily relocated to Fresno -- desperate for help to rebuild. → Read More

Family of man killed in South Valley "reign of terror" remembers victim

The past 24 hours have been a blur for Kenedi Baxter-Jones. She remembers officers searching for a gunman who went on a shooting spree Sunday afternoon, but never imagined that her uncle would became a victim to that same rampage 12 hours later. → Read More

Visalia teacher arrested for forcibly cutting kid's hair in class while singing 'Star Spangled Banner'

Video surfaced Wednesday showing 52-year-old Margaret Gieszinger chasing students with scissors between desks, while belting out the "Star Spangled Banner" at University Preparatory High School. → Read More