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 in Savannah, Georgia. 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 led coverage of the death of Ahmaud Arbery, which she and her team won an Emmy for in 2021.

Before Georgia, Amanda spent almost three years in Wichita, Kansas, where she covered wildfires, tornadoes and blizzards.

Amanda received her bachelor's degree from the 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.

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Amanda's Stories
Telehealth options expand access to mental health support for older adults
Mental health is important at every stage of life. However, as people age, doctors say older adults can face more challenges.
Local dermatologist stresses safety when getting 'Vampire Facial'
In April, the Centers for Disease Control reported that three women were diagnosed with HIV after getting the so-called "vampire facial" at a New Mexico med-spa.
Bike ride with Fresno leaders during 'Ride With The Mayor' event
You have the chance to ride side by side with Fresno Mayor, Jerry Dyer, along the city streets.
Saint Agnes Medical Center offers free gift for scheduling a breast cancer exam
Patients at Saint Agnes Medical Center can now enjoy a spa-like environment at their next appointment.
WestCare raises money for Wings Advocacy Fresno program
A local non-profit is celebrating 50 years of service in the Valley.
Prioritizing mental health among student-athletes
Just as student-athletes focus on their physical wellness, according to doctors, mental wellness should also be a priority. It gives the athletes the ability to thrive on and off the field.
Saint Agnes offers new procedure to treat abnormal heart rhythms
Patients with heart problems have a new option to correct the disorder and improve their quality of life.
Inaugural Fresno Tee Off for Mental Health Golf Tournament
The inaugural Fresno Tee Off for Mental Health Golf Tournament is set to take place at Eagle Springs Golf and Country Club in Friant.
Clovis High School students recognized for artwork on mental health
Clovis Unified and the Fresno County Department of Behavioral Health teamed up to promote wellness and end the stigma surrounding mental health.
CHSU College of Osteopathic Medicine earns seven-year Accreditation
California Health Sciences University announced that its College of Osteopathic Medicine has been granted a seven-year Accreditation.