Gilbert Magallon, ABC30 Fresno

Gilbert Magallon

ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Gilbert:

How the Central Valley is impacted by CDC's recommendation to avoid Mexico travel

By bus, plane or car, many Central Valley residents typically choose to travel to Mexico for Christmas. → Read More

One stolen bird returned to Fresno Chaffee Zoo, second still missing

One of the birds stolen from the Fresno Chaffee Zoo was returned Monday afternoon, one day after police say a man in dark clothing jumped a fence, cut a lock, and made off with the two birds inside a duffel bag. → Read More

Crowds at Fresno Yosemite International Airport smaller as Thanksgiving nears

On a normal Thanksgiving week, the Fresno-Yosemite International Airport would look rather busy. → Read More

Fresno businesses making preparations for California curfew

As coronavirus cases rise across the state, the governor is asking people to stay home between 10 pm and 5 am except for essential services. → Read More

Expect to see fewer drivers during Thanksgiving, study shows

A study by GasBuddy finds that only 35% of Americans will travel for the holiday -- even with gas prices at an all-time low. → Read More

Madera COVID-19 survivor finally sees newborn baby after 1 month

This is the day 25-year-old Gabriela Manoz has been dreaming of for the last two months. → Read More

Girl severely burned while riding school bus in Mariposa County

Sadie Belcher can't help but wince in pain as her mom, Cheryl Gibbs, cleans her wounds and changes her bandages. → Read More

Family remembers 23-year-old killed in multi-vehicle crash near Riverdale

Joel Carrillo says his son was following in his mother's footsteps and was working to become an MRI technician. → Read More

Two shot at central Fresno bar, authorities searching for suspects

Police are looking for a pair of suspects who shot a man and woman at a central Fresno bar. → Read More

Crews battling Creek Fire get some help from snow and rain

Rain and snow in the Sierras that started over the weekend may mark the beginning of the end for the Creek Fire. → Read More

Fresno County mountains sees first snowfall of 2020 with caution

Normally, the first snowfall of the season means a lot of people in Shaver Lake, but not this year. → Read More

Central California reacts to Joe Biden being named president-elect

The sound of honking horns could be heard in Fresno's Tower District all morning long through late afternoon. → Read More

Madera Unified students write book on farmer who escaped slavery

"Twenty-Seven Years a Free Man" details Gabriel Bibbard Moore's life as a successful farmer and the struggles he faced as a free black man in the Central Valley. → Read More

Fresno residents see small Halloween turnout at homes amid pandemic

Fresno residents are noticing a much smaller turnout this Halloween than in years past. → Read More

Man accused of stabbing 3 people during 'Defend Armenia' in Central CA

Police have identified the man arrested for stabbing the three people during a "Defend Armenia" demonstration in Fresno as 41-year-old Jaime Fonseca. → Read More

14-year-old boy killed, woman injured in Merced shooting, police say

Merced police are investigating after a teenager was shot and killed on Sunday night. → Read More

Hobb's Grove haunted attraction opens in Sanger with new guidelines

This is the moment Slappy the clown has been waiting for. → Read More

Clovis Unified School District officials create new model for in-person learning

If the state grants the district a waiver, kindergarten through sixth-grade students will be allowed back on campus for half of their school day. → Read More

Creek Fire: Burn victims now facing long road to recovery

This is the harsh reality Christian and Priscilla Aviles must live with after surviving the Creek Fire. → Read More

Santa Cruz Co. family robbed of trailer with belongings after evacuating home during wildfire

The family of four from Santa Cruz County packed up their belongings in a trailer and headed to Visalia to escape the CZU Lightning Complex Fire. Karl Wenn parked the trailer in his parents' driveway - but come Saturday morning, it was gone. → Read More