Brian Johnson, ABC30 Fresno

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ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Brian:

SQF Complex Fire: 135,802 acres burned, 14% contained; latest evacuation orders

The Castle and Shotgun fires combined have destroyed 150 structures and left more than 3,000 threatened. → Read More

SQF Complex Fire: 133,488 acres burned, 12% contained; latest evacuation orders

The Castle and Shotgun fires combined have destroyed 150 structures and left more than 3,000 threatened. → Read More

SQF Complex Fire: 128,902 acres burned, 12% contained; latest evacuation orders

The Castle and Shotgun fires combined destroyed 150 structures and leave more than 3,000 threatened. → Read More

SQF Complex Fire: 114,320 acres burned, 12% contained; latest evacuation orders

The Castle and Shotgun fires combined destroyed 104 structures and leave more than 3,000 threatened. → Read More

Creek Fire deals devastating blow to Fresno County elementary school's students, staff

Flames from the Creek Fire have ripped through Pine Ridge Elementary School's bus barn and melted the playground equipment, and many students and staff have lost their homes. → Read More

Red Cross helping provide shelter, resources to Creek Fire evacuees

Some Creek Fire evacuees just have that feeling that they will never see their homes again. → Read More

Creek Fire: 150 trapped, 10 injured at Mammoth Pool campground as fire grows to 36,000 acres

Officials with the Sierra National Forest say the only road into the Mammoth Pool Campground has been compromised by the fire, trapping people in the area. → Read More

Family forced to do distance learning in school parking lot

One homeless family in California is forced to sit in their van in the school parking lot so that the children can access the internet while doing distance learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Hospitals plead for public's vigilance ahead of Labor Day weekend

Dr. Harjoth Malli doesn't know for sure how he contracted the coronavirus earlier this summer. → Read More

Downtown Visalia restaurants surviving despite new outdoor dining challenges

To date, 19 restaurants are serving customers in the street, protected by concrete barriers. → Read More

Golden State Killer victims describe pain, perseverance ahead of Friday sentencing

Two years after his arrest, the case of the infamous Golden State Killer is drawing to a conclusion. → Read More

Tulare County officials monitoring situation at Outside Creek School

Tulare County Public Health says they are aware a school near Farmersville is operating with children on-site. → Read More

Children seen on campus of South Valley K-8 school

Tulare County Public Health officials say the school has applied for a reopening waiver with the county, but the county has not approved any waivers so far → Read More

Visalia Unified distributes devices ahead of distance learning start day

School sites around the district started distributing the devices in a drive-through fashion Monday. Distance learning starts on Thursday. → Read More

Food Fest Friday held at new Visalia outdoor event venue

A socially distanced outdoor food event took place in Northwest Visalia on Friday night. → Read More

Kings Area Rural Transit makes schedule change due to COVID-19

Kings Area Rural Transit, or KART, is making a significant change to some of its bus schedules in an attempt to help stop the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Kings County sets up free COVID-19 testing site at reopened flea market

COVID-19 shut down Alma's Flea Market in Hanford for more than two months. → Read More

Tulare County teams assist various employers affected by COVID-19

As of Tuesday, Tulare County Public Health Officials reported 174 cases of COVID-19 associated with Ruiz Foods. → Read More

Visalia couple starts pet food pantry during pandemic

A Visalia couple is doing what they can to provide for pets and their humans during the pandemic. → Read More

CHP Visalia sees 378% increase in citations for speeding over 100 mph

California Highway Patrol Officer David Urena has been swamped with paperwork. → Read More