Brian Johnson
Brian Johnson comes to Fresno from Chico, California, where he was a multimedia journalist for KHSL/KNVN. While there, he covered breaking news, like the tragic I-5 tour bus crash in Orland, followed developing stories like the tribal dispute at a Corning casino, and reported extensively on local agriculture issues.

Before moving to Chico, Brian was a reporter and anchor in Dothan, Alabama.

Brian graduated from the University of Minnesota with a broadcast journalism degree, with Spanish and English minors. During his junior year, he had the incredible experience of studying abroad in Toledo, Spain.

In his free time, Brian enjoys reading, hiking, and visiting his extended family in California.

Although he hails from the land of ice and snow near Minneapolis, Brian is happy to be reporting in the Central Valley and welcomes story ideas at

Flowers have been placed near Bridge Street and Houston Avenue, with a card that reads, "J-Forever in our hearts."
Police say two tall men wearing masks made their way inside an Exeter home early Thursday morning, possibly through an open garage door.
At the 5th annual Moody Walnut Dehydrator luncheon hefty steaks were served, as host Sam Sciacca gave thanks to the walnut growers he works with.
For the first time in a long time, the Kings River is flowing nicely and the Army Corps of Engineers is conducting flood releases at Pine Flat Dam for the first time in six years.
It was a busy day for the meteorologists at the National Weather Service in Hanford. They tracked storms throughout the Central Valley, and while we were there, sent out a flood advisory for the foothills and mountains.