Amanda Aguilar
Amanda Aguilar joined the Action News team in October of 2021. She is the reporter for Action News AM Live.

Prior to joining the ABC30 Action News team, Amanda was a reporter/anchor at WTOC in Savannah, GA. During her time in The Hostess City, she helped bring awareness to the anti-Asian attacks happening nationwide. The City of Savannah created its first Asian American and Pacific Islander Task Force following Amanda's coverage. She also lead coverage on the death of Ahmaud Arbery, which she and her team won an Emmy for in 2021.

Before Georgia, Amanda spent almost three years at KSN-TV in Wichita, KS, where she covered wildfires, tornadoes and blizzards.

Amanda received her bachelor's degree from Dominican University of California in San Rafael, and her master's degree from American University in Washington, D.C.

While Amanda has lived all over the country, she was raised in the Bay Area, and is so excited to be back on the west coast.

When Amanda isn't working, she's probably napping, eating or watching Netflix.

Amanda's Stories
Fresno County health leaders share ways to beat the winter blues
According to Holt, seasonal affective disorder (SAD), also known as the winter blues or seasonal depression, is more common than people think.
Fresno County working to address childhood trauma
Fresno County medical providers and community organizations are taking action to prevent and treat toxic stress amongst children.
Valley health leaders encourage boosters as holiday season starts
Health facilities around the Central Valley are ready to roll up the sleeves of adults 18 and older who are in need of their COVID-19 booster shot.
Fresno airport prepares for Thanksgiving holiday travel rush
Officials with Fresno Yosemite International Airport say with the increased air travel and recent airline route expansions, people should give themselves extra time.
Fresno County health leaders share tips for the holiday season
Health officials say COVID-19 remains a public health concern as many Valley residents prepare to travel for the holiday season.
Non-profit helps pay sports registration fees for young Valley athletes
A non-profit is aiding hundreds of young athletes in the Valley by providing financial help to families who aren't able to afford their child's sports fees.
Adventist Health mobile unit aims to make healthcare more accessible in rural cities
Adventist Health's mobile clinic made a stop in Selma on Friday to offer vaccinations and other health services to those in rural cities.
Healthcare workers hold sympathy strike for Kaiser engineers in northeast Fresno
Workers walked off the job and onto a strike line at Kaiser in northeast Fresno and other locations across California.
Fresno veteran surprised with new home
One Fresno veteran is now slowly moving into his new home as part of Veteran United Home Loans's #ThanksToVeterans campaign.
Study shows California ranks one of best in nation for new lung cancer cases
The number is welcome news for the American Lung Association (ALA) in California, but the report also shows the state still has work to do.