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Liz Harrison
Liz Harrison is co-anchor of Action News Live at 11. She is also an Emmy-winning reporter specializing in faith-based and community related stories.

Liz began her broadcasting career at ABC30 in 1982. Over the years she has anchored just about every newscast at the station and done everything from consumer to medical reporting. She and photo-journalist Richard Harmelink won an Emmy Award in May 2010 for excellence in reporting for a story on how our military trains for war in Iraq and Afghanistan. Through her stories, Liz enjoys giving a "voice" to those who don't ordinarily have a "voice."

Liz Harrison attended the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia and graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Broadcasting. Liz's formative years were spent in Baltimore, Maryland and Brussels, Belgium. It was living overseas that gave Liz an appreciation for people of different creeds and cultures.

Liz has two grown sons and a college-age daughter. When she doesn't have her "nose in the news" Liz enjoys cooking, reading, Bikram Yoga and biking&.. the motorized and the pedal-powered kind!

If you happen to pick up a Lego set during your shopping this Christmas season, chances are, you might pick up something created by a home-grown Lego fanatic.
It's been a little over two years since Dr. Joseph Castro took the reigns as the eighth president of Fresno State and already the university is showing signs of growth and increased achievement.
A national brewery has teamed up with a California non-profit to help save water in one of the worst droughts in state history. It's a concept that's been around for years but with a modern twist.
What started off as a family celebration turned into a tragedy. A Sanger-area man was killed walking home from a quinceanera.
An organization helping Valley families in need received a big boost Friday afternoon. With a generous donation by Philanthropy Inspired by the Needs of our Community (PINC), the Holy Cross Center for Women will be able to fund its summer program.