Claudette graduated from UC Berkeley and received her Master's Degree in Journalism from the University of Southern California. She's worked as a television reporter in San Diego and Bakersfield and can't wait to make a mark in Fresno! When news would break in California, she would be pulled as a national correspondent for her sister stations, covering some of the biggest stories in California on a national level. The Borderline mass shooting and the Thomas Fire are just some of the stories she's covered.
Claudette is proud of her Armenian heritage and can't wait to connect with the wonderful people of Fresno.
Clovis culinary students make life-size gingerbread house
For most of us, building a 10-inch tall gingerbread house feels like an accomplishment. But these students made one 10-feet tall, and they're putting the final touches on it now.
Construction begins on new Fresno State student union building
Construction finally kicked off for Fresno State's new student union just a couple of weeks ago.
Fresno Toys for Tots still needs 20,000 toys
The Toys for Tots organization has its eye on hitting 50,000 toys to help make Christmas brighter for local families who use a little help.
Fans line up for Pit Bull ticket sales kickoff
Pitbull will soon make a return to Fresno and take the stage in front of thousands of fans. Today, many of those fans couldn't wait to get their hands on tickets. People started lining up at the box office around noon in anticipation.
Fresno City Council okays $1.2 million armed security plan
Visitors to Fresno's City Hall will now have only one entrance and will be limited on what they can carry inside.
You can fill out Christmas cards for veterans at Fresno Yosemite International Airport
WANT TO WISH OUR VETS? The American Red Cross and the Fresno Yosemite International Airport are offering travelers the chance to write a Christmas card for veterans.
Fresno County man's yard is site of over 20 car crashes in last 50 years
An 87-year-old Fresno County man has made a desperate plea to bring change to his street before disaster strikes again and another car comes to a crashing halt right on his property.
New bill aims to clean up contaminated drinking water in areas like Parlier
Nitrates, arsenic, these are just some of the pollutants found in Parlier's drinking water. The bill looks to change that by dedicating funds to fixing broken wells.
China Peak kicks off snow season with a whopping 5 feet of snow
Tim Cohee, the owner of China Peak Mountain Resort hasn't seen a storm dump this much snow on Thanksgiving since he took ownership in 2010.
4 feet of snow already blanketing China Peak resort this Thanksgiving
China Peak Mountain Resort owner Tim Cohee hasn't seen this much snow at his resort on Thanksgiving weekend in nearly ten years.
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