Dale Yurong
Action News Live at 6:30 anchor Dale Yurong is celebrating 34 years with ABC30. For three decades he has enjoyed telling the untold stories of the Valley.

The Stockton native graduated with a Communications degree from the University of the Pacific. He and his wife have three children.

The Emmy-award winning journalist has also been named Associated Press Reporter of the Year. Dale established Ag Watch to give viewers insight into the valley's number-one industry. He is a two-time winner of the Fresno County Farm Bureau Award and has garnered many other honors.

You may recall his days as a Sports Anchor. Yurong has interviewed elite athletes such as Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan but he especially enjoyed watching locals like Bruce Bowen and Olympic snowboarder Andy Finch realize their childhood dreams.

In his spare time, Dale likes to read, play basketball and tend to his tropical plants.

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