Liz Harrison, ABC30 Fresno

Liz Harrison

ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Past articles by Liz:

The Pete Dern story: Navigating a new normal

After 4 years of surgeries and therapy, what does the future hold for Fresno Fire Captain Pete Dern? → Read More

Is there a parasite in your brain?

You might be walking around with a parasite living in you and have no idea. Now researchers are trying to find out if it could be causing changes in your brain! → Read More

Boosting your benefits

There are work benefits you may not be making the most of, or not be taking advantage of at all. → Read More

Digital wallet: safer choice or not?

Digital wallets are fast and convenient, but the price may be less security for your money. → Read More

Students building futures at Dinuba High's Engineering and Construction Management Academy

Our Children First sponsor, the Tulare County Office of Education, facilitates what's known as the "Tulare Kings College and Career Collaborative." → Read More

A beauty supplement with an ugly downside

Biotin is the beauty vitamin shown to improve hair, skin, and nails. → Read More

Are the treasures designed to help get you to the next level teaching kids to gamble?

Loot boxes, also known as prize crates, are digital treasure chests within many popular video games designed to help a player get to the next level. → Read More

Water fasting, is it safe?

Risks like low blood sugar for diabetics, possible electrolyte imbalance or the potential loss of muscle mass if done for an extended amount of time. → Read More

Travel scam alert

Flights, hotels, rental cars, even entire trips all for sale. Not by regular travel agents, but by criminals setting up shop offering stolen rewards points. → Read More

A growing number of Americans choose to work from home

A recent study published in The Journal, New Technology found a cultural shift in which the idea of 'work' is detached from the idea of a work 'place.' → Read More

New glasses revolutionizing the way people are able to see at night

Vision specialists say it is not all that clear whether night vision glasses are helpful. In fact, some experts say these tinted glasses could actually cut down on visibility for some people. → Read More

How to ensure your digital Christmas shopping experience is safe, merry and bright

Last year, Americans logged on to buy nearly 94 billion dollars' worth of goods during the holidays. At the same time, online fraud attempts increased more than 20 percent last year. → Read More

Colleges and universities struggling to meet the growing demand for student mental health services

College senior Kaitlin Reeves struggles with anxiety and depression. But when things get bad, she knows there is help close by --at the mental health center on her school campus. → Read More

Valley business helping injured animals get back their feet

A volunteer at a local animal rehab center is helping save lives using a specialized form of treatment. → Read More

Employees sharing anonymous reviews on job websites

A game room with pinball machines and a popcorn popper--liven up a day in the office at "FreightCenter." → Read More

Art of Speed Listening

Software developer by day, author by night, Heather Smith does not have a lot of downtime. But she loves to listen to audiobooks and to cram in as much possible she cranks up the speed on the read rate. → Read More

Resident of Planada helping furry and feathered evacuees from Detwiler Fire

From multi-colored chickens, to white doves, to little lambs and goats furry refugees have a place to call home for a few days thanks to Tony Garcia. → Read More

New creative devices and app's that might help you wake up in the morning

Waking up in the morning is almost like a magical experience these days for Ratana Tarakulsathit. → Read More

Returns made easy for savvy online shoppers

Two-thirds of shoppers say they review return policies before buying online, and it's for good reason. As much as 30 percent of cyber purchases get returned and sending stuff back can often be a hassle. → Read More

Millennials worrying about hair loss

When Diana Damian was just 32, she started noticing hair falling out. At first, she 'brushed' it off to post-pregnancy changes, but then she knew it was something more. → Read More