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!'

As Fresno State prepares to begin its 107th school year, the University President Joseph Castro held his annual address, announcing new investments to campus infrastructure as the college embarks on its 62nd academic year at Shaw and Cedar.
It is a critical turning point for the Fresno Unified School District and Interim Superintendent Bob Nelson is feeling optimistic as the front runner for the position.
Police say several people in Hanford took a bat-like object to 20 cars, smashing in windshields and in some cases--causing thousands of dollars in damages
The latest diseased mosquitoes were found in what the group calls surprising locations - near Fresno High, the Tower District, Roeding Park and Easton.
The manager is recovering from head injuries after police say the suspect pistol whipped him when he entered the fast food chain through the back door.