Alyssa Flores
Alyssa Flores joined the ABC30 Action News team in June of 2020.

She came to Fresno from KERO in Bakersfield, where she first became familiar with the Central Valley. As the Live Center Anchor on 23ABC's morning show, she followed trending, developing and breaking news stories throughout the morning. Alyssa co-hosted 'Foodie Friday,' which featured local businesses and events throughout Kern County. During her time in Bakersfield, she covered local government, crime trends throughout the county, California's major wildfires, and education policies. She told stories of the pulse of Latino culture in Kern County, including an Emmy-nominated story about civil rights activist Dolores Huerta being recognized with her own holiday in California.

Alyssa began her career in journalism at KFBB in Helena, Montana, reporting for TV stations across the Treasure State from the Capitol. In Montana, she covered prominent court trials, elections, policies from the governor's office, and the state's legislative session.

She graduated from California State University-Fullerton where she majored in Communications with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Spanish.

Born and raised in Southern California, she is happy to call the Golden State home again. Be sure to say "Hello," or "Hola" (Spanish is her first language) if you see Alyssa around the Valley. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and all things coffee and Disney!

Alyssa's Stories
Accuweather Forecast: Warming trend continues
We start out in the 60s this Sunday morning before warming up to the mid 80s across the Valley. Shayla Girardin will have your full forecast on Action News.
Fresno Grizzlies to welcome some fans back to ballpark on May 11
Baseball fans will be able to return to Chukchansi Park this spring for the first time in over a year to see the Fresno Grizzlies.
California lifting capacity limits at churches after legal rulings
This comes after a lengthy legal battle between the state and religious leaders and a recent court ruling.
Madera County deputies bust huge drug trafficking ring, 38 people involved
The sheriff's office says this was the largest gang and narcotics investigation of its kind in Madera County in over a decade.
The city's first solar farm is coming to West Fresno
A year from now, 85 acres in West Fresno will be home to 30,000 solar panels, the largest 10-megawatt solar farm in Fresno.
Gavin's Law advances at State Capitol
For the family of Gavin Gladding, it's part of a years-long journey to help others get the justice they deserve after deadly hit-and-run crashes.
Proposed program could keep Fresno tenants from eviction
After June 30, tenants will be faced with rent payments that, in some cases, have been put off for almost a year.
18-year-old dies after drive-by shooting in southwest Fresno
Easter ended in tragedy after 18-year-old Kelvonh Williams was killed in a southwest Fresno drive-by shooting.
Historic El Capitan Hotel re-opens in downtown Merced
Visitors will enjoy modern rooms complete with local art and signature amenities, including record players and vintage phones.
'We have to come together': Community gathers in Fresno's Chinatown to call for end to violence
Community members came together in Chinatown Tuesday evening to acknowledge the pain of violence across the country and here in the Valley.