Cristina Davies, ABC30 Fresno

Cristina Davies

ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Cristina:

Program helps kids with autism gain confidence while traveling on planes

Wings for Autism let a group of kids experience what it's like to go through airport security and get on a plane. → Read More

Fresno school holds kindness week to remember student killed in 2018 boating accident

It's kindness week at Pinedale Elementary in Fresno to honor and remember Lily Harris. → Read More

Tobacco ban, more parking spots: Fresno City College makes changes to campus

President Dr. Carole Goldsmith said they've made a few changes to help alleviate parking congestion. → Read More

Students, parents prep for new school year at local health fair

With school starting up soon, Clinica Sierra Vista is making sure kids are ready. → Read More

Longest stretch of triple digits for the Central Valley this year

HEAT WAVE: Forecasters believe we will be at 100 or close to it for the next 21 days. → Read More

Developer looking to build Hilton Hotel and convention center in Merced

Just the hotel alone will provide around 90 jobs. → Read More

Fitness studio in Clovis is taking yoga to new heights

YOGA AT A NEW HEIGHT: The classes are for everyone, from beginners to experts. → Read More

Man drowns after attempting to 'surf a spillway' off the Kings River

Loved ones have identified the man who drowned as 31-year-old Jose Gomez. → Read More

Dive teams recover body of man in canal off Kings River

Kings Co. and Tulare Co. Sheriff's Office dive teams say they have recovered the body of a man in a canal off the Kings River, near where a man went missing early Saturday morning. → Read More

Go meet Rae Dunn or throw a dinosaur-themed party this weekend

Have you made plans for the weekend yet? If not, we have a few ideas for your consideration. → Read More

Gorge on tacos and beer or buy some cacti this weekend

Have you made plans for the weekend yet? If not, we have a few ideas for your consideration. → Read More

Gas prices in Fresno near $4 a gallon

Valley drivers are noticing the hike in prices. In just the last day, gas has gone up over three cents. → Read More

It's the season for rattlesnakes: Here's what to do if you're bitten

Each year, hundreds of people are bitten by rattlesnakes and this ear is likely to be no different. → Read More

Family who lost everything in Camp Fire gets Tiny Home thanks to anonymous Valley donor

A woman in Clovis donated the money for a Tiny Home to be built for a family who lost everything in the deadly Camp Fire in Paradise. → Read More

How to tell if your tree could be a hazard in the coming storm

A certified arborist gives tips on identifying dying/ decaying trees that could topple during the upcoming storm. → Read More

IRS employees hold rally, call for end to government shutdown

Many local employees with the IRS living paycheck to paycheck say they're 'livid' at the situation they've been placed in. → Read More

Valley Animal Center searching for another veterinarian to help expand services

The Valley Animal Center in Fresno is expanding but having a hard time find another veterinarian for their newly renovated facility. → Read More

Fresno Unified School District and EOC provides free meals for children age 1-18 once a day through winter break

Fresno Unified School District and Fresno EOC are making sure no child goes hungry. → Read More

Clovis family plans to send stuffed stockings to Camp Fire victims for Christmas

Chris, Amie and their two youngest boys are stuffing stockings that will go directly to people who've been impacted by the Camp Fire. → Read More

Fresno Rescue Mission CEO says community program helps the homeless with more than a meal

The Fresno Rescue Mission is asking for your help. They are looking for groups to get involved with an urban retreat to get more people out in the community. → Read More