Alec Nolan
Alec Nolan joined the ABC30 Action News sports team in March 2022. Born and raised in Fresno, Alec is excited to be back in the Central Valley.

Alec most recently worked at KTVZ, the NBC station in Bend, Oregon. During his time in the Pacific Northwest, Alec worked as a Weekend Anchor/Reporter, allowing him to cover a little bit of everything. This includes high school sports, local crime, politics, COVID-19, wildfires and more.

Alec's path to TV news started in radio. He worked as a Sports Reporter & Host at KCSB-FM in Santa Barbara. After that, Alec jumped to sales and spent three years as an Account Executive, working at both KEYT in Santa Barbara and KUSA/9News in Denver. At that point, Alec decided he couldn't ignore his true passion, and jumped back into journalism.

Alec is a Central California native, he spent his childhood/teen years in Northeast Fresno and his mom still lives there today. He attended Mountain View Elementary, Granite Ridge Intermediate and Clovis North. He's a proud graduate of UC Santa Barbara and is excited to work to cover local sports.

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Alec's Stories
Fresno State to be featured in EA Sports College Football 25
After an 11-year hiatus, college football fans will finally get to play as their favorite team in the revamped and much-anticipated video game, EA Sports College Football 25.
Jeff Tedford talks Bulldogs at Mountain West Media Days
Fresno State Head Football Coach Jeff Tedford wrapped up Mountain West Media Days for the Bulldogs in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Malik Sherrod, Devo Bridges talk Fresno State football at Mountain West media days
We are a little more than 50 days out from the start of Fresno State football.
Bulldog Breakdown: One-on-one interview with Fresno State's new athletic director
Fresno State's new athletic director is talking about landing in the Valley.
Former Fresno State big man Orlando Robinson waived by Miami Heat
The Miami Heat waived former Fresno State Men's Basketball big man Orlando Robinson Sunday morning.
Good Sports: 15-year-old Valley student thriving in target shooting
15-year-old Brady Linton has become quite the marksman. For the incoming Sierra High School sophomore, target shooting is a family affair.
Good Sports: The Camp of Champions
Golden Plains Unified School District Superintendent Piedra has teamed up with Fresno State Basketball analyst Marc Q. Jones to create the Camp of Champions.
Bulldog Breakdown: 1-on-1 with Steelers LB David Perales
A former Fresno State football player is gearing up for his second year with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Former COS sprinter Quincy Hall headed to 2024 Paris Olympics
Former College of the Sequoias sprinter, Quincy Hall, has qualified for the 2024 Paris Olympics after winning the Men's 400m Final at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene Monday night.
Good Sports: Bullard High senior gets NBA Finals experience through Make-A-Wish
The Boston Celtics are NBA champions. Bullard High senior Cesar Gonzalez witnessed part of that title run up close and personal.