Dale Yurong, ABC30 Fresno

Dale Yurong

ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Dale:

Ways to enjoy the Big Fresno Fair on the cheap

The cost and the calories can add up at the Big Fresno Fair but if you're trying to save money, here are a few ways: → Read More

Construction on senior housing begins at Campus Pointe near Fresno State

Five years after the dining and entertainment destination opened, we're starting to see work on the complex. → Read More

Plans for BMX bike park in southwest Fresno unveiled, lifting neighbors spirits

BMX bikers had a vision for southwest Fresno. The project is ground-breaking in more ways than one. → Read More

15 years after Napoleon Dynamite, Valley native talks about playing Kip

The actor who played Napolean's brother, Kip, is from the Valley. Aaron Ruell now prefers to work not in front of, but behind the camera. → Read More

Places around Fresno to take the kids as temperatures warm up

BEAT THE HEAT: Here are a few places you can go to escape the heat. → Read More

Fowler Unified adds electric school bus to their route

Some kids at Malaga Elementary are wondering why their school bus is so quiet. → Read More

Popular demand allows Clovis to expand tiny home program

Homeowners from outside the program area wanted to build and now many of them are getting their wish. → Read More

'I'm living in a car:' Woman scammed by fake real estate loses thousands

A real estate scam bilked several Valley families out of thousands of dollars. → Read More

New changes to Chukchansi Park make ballpark experience more fan friendly

The Fresno Grizzlies start their first season as the Washington Nationals Triple-A affiliate Thursday, April 4. → Read More

Central Unified to build new high school campus for growing student population

A new high school has been discussed for many years but now real progress is being made on the project. A new high school has been discussed for many years but now real progress is being made on the project. → Read More

'I feel very blessed:' Fresno woman given second chance to smile with new teeth

A Fresno woman has a new reason to smile thanks to a group of dental professionals. → Read More

Despite healthy snowpack, some water users disappointed in initial allocation

Despite a healthy snowpack statewide and above average precipitation, not all water users received an encouraging allotment from the Bureau of Reclamation. → Read More

Sue Klebold mother of Columbine shooter shares speaks at Fresno City College almost 20 years after massacre

Almost 20 years have passed since the Columbine Massacre a mass shooting which left 12 students and a teacher dead. → Read More

Man buys $2 Babe Ruth baseball card that could be worth millions

The owner is working on authentication, but this could possibly be the holy grail of baseball cards. → Read More

California basketball team told to 'tone it down' after 116-10 victory

A California basketball team received a formal warning, reminding the school of the 'Pursuing Victory With Honor' program, after they beat an opponent by 106 points. → Read More

Law enforcement and public health officials warn about rise in fentanyl overdoses in Fresno County

The warning comes a week after three people were taken to the ER at CRMC. One of them died of a fentanyl overdose while the others survived. → Read More

Local U.S. Coast Guard employee receives emergency check amid continuing government shutdown

An emergency act has freed up funding to pay the 42,000 members of the U.S. Coast Guard. → Read More

A unique Christmas Eve tradition shines bright in Fresno with the Ellery Way Luminaries

For decades, neighbors have lit up their street with candles. If you've never seen the Ellery Way Luminaries, tonight's your chance. → Read More

Mental health workers picket for more staffing outside Fresno's Kaiser Permanente

Mental health workers started picketing outside Kaiser Permanente in northeast Fresno at 6:30 a.m. They claim their department is woefully under-staffed so patients can't come in for return appointments in a timely manner. → Read More

220 ton chapel relocated as People's Church undergoes expansion

A northeast Fresno mega church was in the middle of a major expansion - one which involved moving an entire chapel. → Read More