Brianna Ruffalo
Brianna Ruffalo joined ABC30 in March of 2017.

Prior to joining the Action News Team, Brianna worked as an Emmy-nominated Special Projects producer at KTLA5 in Los Angeles. During her time there, she covered investigative, health and money stories. She also co-produced shows for Tribune Broadcasting, including their first documentary in 2016, where she spent time in Missouri covering current veteran issues with one of only five United States soldiers to survive the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as a quadruple amputee.

Brianna grew up in southern California's Santa Clarita Valley and graduated from California State University, Northridge with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism.

When Brianna is not working, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, travelling to new places and spending time outdoors.

Brianna is excited to join the Action News team, and experience all that central California has to offer! You can reach her on Facebook and Twitter if you have a story idea, or just to say 'Hi!'

Last Wednesday morning, Melissa Bal, 37, called law enforcement officers herself, to tell them she had just killed her mother and that she did not know why, but has a history of depression and mental breakdowns.
Brajoni Freeman, 32, was found dead in his Northeast Fresno apartment in July. His family members say he was robbed and shot in the head, where his fiancé later found him unconscious and bleeding.
Vendors said last week it was a little slower compared to past years so they were expecting a huge turnout this weekend and they say that is exactly what they got.
Meathead Movers has been taking donations for people who have been displaced by the deadly Northern California fires.
Police officers are searching for suspects responsible for two separate fatal shootings in Central Fresno last night.