Gilbert Magallon
Gilbert Magallon joined the Action News Team in November of 2017 as a multimedia journalist and general assignment reporter. He was born and raised in the Central Valley and is excited to be back and tell the stories of the people who live here. Gilbert has lived throughout the valley, including the communities of Dinuba, Hanford, and Fresno.

Previously Gilbert was a multimedia journalist at KNDO-TV and Telemundo in Yakima, WA. During his time in Yakima he covered everything from fires and floods to murders and immigration.

Gilbert is a Bulldog, graduating from Fresno State with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism. While in college, he interned at ABC30. It was through his internship that Gilbert fell in love with journalism.

In his free time, he likes to travel, catch a good movie or spend time with friends and family.

If you have story ideas for Gilbert, or if you want to know more about him, feel free to message him through email or social media.

Tesla has arrived at Kettleman City in a big way. Wednesday the electric car company opened one of its largest Supercharger stations in the US, hoping to bridge the gap between the Bay Area and Los Angeles.
Crews worked well into Friday afternoon to clean up the mess left behind by Thursday night's storm. Tree limbs were knocked down in the Fig Garden area near the intersection of Wilson and Rialto Avenues and other parts of Fresno.
The spirit of the holiday season is alive and well in Old Town Clovis, as businesses get ready for one enchanted evening.
Fresno City Hall is hosting the traveling photo gallery 'Remembering our Fallen.'
Ever since she was a little girl 14-year-old Julieta Romero's dream has always been to be a musician. On Tuesday afternoon she was awarded a brand new flute through the A.J. Parker-Foster Memorial Musical Instrument Project, bringing her