Amanda Venegas, ABC30 Fresno

Amanda Venegas

ABC30 Fresno

Fresno, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • ABC30 Fresno
Past:
  • ABC 7 Chicago

Recent articles by Amanda:

Cabinet company expands into Clovis, looks to hire

JOB ALERT! A Valley cabinet company is expanding and looking to hire new employees for its new building. → Read More

Eat local during Fresno County restaurant week

You can try a taste of the Valley and explore a new restaurant as a part of Fresno Restaurant week. → Read More

Valley doctor created app to give patients VIP access

A Fresno doctor is trying to help patients get medical help faster. → Read More

Valley's first CBD store opens in central Fresno

CBD Center just opened its doors to customers at First and McKinley. → Read More

Exclusive look inside Amazon's southwest Fresno fulfillment center, company announces large donation to Fresno Unified

Amazon's robotic fulfillment center will have its grand opening in Fresno Wednesday. Amazon also announced on Action News that they would be donating $10,000 to the Fresno Unified School District to support seven robotics clubs on campuses. → Read More

Local baker turns hobby into recipe for success

Warm chocolate chip cookies are baked to perfection inside the Crave Cookie kitchen. → Read More

Turning dirty trash cans into sparkling receptacles

Think your garbage cans are nasty and need to be cleaned? Well, now there is a company that will do it for you. → Read More

Pets don't need to celebrate the 4th of July

The celebration of America's birthday comes with some serious risks for your four-legged friends. → Read More

Valley teacher writes book to help kids battling serious illnesses

A Valley teacher is using her literary skills to show kids how to persevere through illness. → Read More

Brewery district in Downtown Fresno expands

You can try out the brewery district yourself. Grab a passport to check out the local businesses in downtown. → Read More

Business picking up at local farm where customers pick the fruit

At 'Two Sisters U-Pick Apricots' customers get a chance to strap on a basket, search the Fresno County orchards and handpick the sweetest fruit. → Read More

New cafe aims to give busy moms a relaxing coffee break

Busy moms now have a new place to stop and drink their coffee, and actually enjoy it while it's hot. → Read More

Parents with children who are deaf or hard of hearing have new resource in California

Seventeen-month-old Copper loves to play and his hearing loss can't slow him down. When he was born, his parents learned they would be dealing with a new parenting challenge. → Read More

Fresno coffeehouse selling their cup of joe in compostable cups with compostable straws

At The Revue coffee shop in Fresno's Tower District, conversations are happening over a green cup of joe. → Read More

New housing developments are spurring new chapter in Madera County's growth

The Rio Mesa Area Plan, which includes new housing developments and commercial businesses along the 41 from Avenue 9 and north to Avenue 15, are expected provide a big population boost to Madera County. → Read More

Fresno dog moms holding special Paw-ty to benefit homeless animals

Fresno resident Christine Rose Brown is obsessed with her two furry pets. → Read More

Kingsburg business is making a fun space for kids while providing tasty treats for adults

Playing, climbing, and bouncing by kids is allowed every day at new business Uptown Sprouts in Kingsburg. It's a playful environment that's winning over some loyal customers. → Read More

Fresno teens give back by helping kids get ready to go back to school

It's back to school season, and while many parents are shelling out some serious cash for new supplies and clothing many Valley families don't have the means to do the same. → Read More

Winery affected by Ferguson Fire creates special wine to benefit Yosemite

Fasi Estate Winery in Madera County is known for its tasty wine, but lately, it's been filled with smoke that's come down from the Ferguson Fire in Yosemite National Park. → Read More

New shopping center in Madera County in the works

What was once an olive tree orchard, is now poised to become Madera County's next hot shopping spot. → Read More