Brianna Mellon
Bri Mellon joined the ABC30 Action News sports team in September 2019. Bri is originally from Thousand Oaks, CA, and is happy to return to her home state.

Bri graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara where she reported for the school's athletic show Gaucho Vision. During her time in Santa Barbara, Bri worked as an intern at KEYT News Channel 3 and landed a job at the station before graduation. From the Central Coast, she moved to Amarillo, Texas where she held the title of sports director for KFDA News Channel 10. Bri covered West Texas high school football for two years before her next adventure across the country. Bri most recently worked in Omaha, Nebraska at WOWT News 6 as a sports anchor and reporter. Bri covered two College World Series, Creighton athletics, and Nebraska athletics during her time. She followed the Huskers first season under new Head Coach Scott Frost and Clovis West native Adrian Martinez.

Bri played sports growing up, but soccer was her first love playing competitively for over a decade. She loves the beach, traveling, and working out.

Bri is excited to get to know the local high school athletes in the Central Valley and cover Fresno State Athletics. If you see her out at a game, feel free to say hi!

Brianna's Stories
Bulldog Breakdown: High expectations for star linebacker going into senior season
In his first full year at the position, Justin Rice was a First Team All-Mountain West selection and he was just named the preseason conference Defensive Player of the Year.
Bulldog Breakdown: Cavinder twins receive high praise from ESPN released a list of ten groups of sisters who are dominating their sport, and Hanna and Haley are on the list that includes Serena and Venus Williams!
Good Sports: Clovis West grad Caleb Kelly ready to make a statement in final season at Oklahoma
Linebacker Caleb Kelly, who plays with the Oklahoma Sooners, speaks about the Black Lives Matter protest in Fresno and how he dealt with adversity last year.
Clovis drag racer will be featured on Discovery Channel's new season of Street Outlaws
James Bodine's father had hot rods and street cars which sparked James' passion of building cars when he was just 13.
Hidden Adventures: Popular pit spot for Valley travelers
Casa De Fruta in Hollister, California, has been here for over 100 years. It's just off the road if you're traveling up to Santa Cruz or San Francisco.
13 year-old Los Banos swimmer preparing for record-breaking swim
James Savage earned an honorary ESPY last year for his record-breaking swim of the San Luis Reservoir.
Valley Pride: SJM running back Jordan Hornbeak commits to Fresno State over 7 PAC-12 offers
The Panther said that Coach DeBoer and the Bulldog staff told him he was their top guy on their board. He said it was hard to beat that kind of attention.
Good Sports: Kingsburg offensive linemen Kyle Peterson will play for Grand Canyon University's rugby team
Local high school football player Kyle Peterson will be tackling a new sport this fall when he heads to college - rugby.
Atwater native and professional baseball player wants to become Navy Seal
Atwater's Drew Mitchel was looking at playing in the MLB after overcoming adversity this past year.
Local professional volleyball player Mckenzie Jacobson enters her third season in the European League
Local Mckenzie Jacobson is gearing up for her third season playing volleyball overseas amidst a global pandemic.