Elisa Navarro
Elisa Navarro was raised in the Central Valley's heat and is excited to be home doing what she loves, telling stories.

She is a Fresno State graduate, earning a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communication and Journalism with a double emphasis in Broadcast and Multimedia and a minor in Spanish. During her time at Fresno State, she began her career in journalism with an internship at ABC30.

After graduation, she spent a year working as a Multimedia Journalist at KERO in Bakersfield, California.

Just before coming back to Fresno, Elisa worked at KXXV in Waco, Texas. She was the Good Morning Texas reporter, Weekend Anchor and Producer. During her time there, she reported breaking details in the case of missing soldier Vanessa Guillen, kept viewers safe and up-to-date during severe weather, and traveled to Dallas to cover the jury decision in the case of Amber Guyger.

She's fluent in English and Spanish and is very passionate about her Mexican culture. She's looking forward to shedding light on the Hispanic community.

In her spare time, she practices yoga, loves exploring the outdoors, and spending time with family and friends. Be sure to say hi if you see her, she loves meeting new people and chatting!

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Elisa's Stories
Verizon customers with 5G in Fresno can now get faster wireless services
Starting this week, those in the Fresno area who have Verizon will be able to experience some extreme speeds on any 5G-enabled devices.
2 Valley couples discuss their struggle with infertility
Infertility is a reality couples face far too often, but a topic doctors say is not discussed often enough. National Infertility Awareness Week aims to change that.
56-year-old Valley man finally home after 4 month-battle with COVID-19
56-year-old Francisco Zepeda finally got to go home with his family after a long and intense battle against the coronavirus.
Southwest Fresno school gifts students new backpacks, face masks
Every student at Edison Bethune Charter Academy in southwest Fresno was surprised with a brand new backpack and face masks on Friday morning.
Indoor concerts, other private gatherings allowed in CA starting Thursday
After more than a year, Californians can attend indoor concerts, performances and other private gatherings starting Thursday, April 15, but of course, there some guidelines in place.
Fresno State graduate student volunteered over 400 hours last year
Ariel Mendez was awarded the 2021 University Volunteer of the Year Award for making a difference in her community.
Officials aim to build COVID vaccine confidence among Latinos through virtual town hall
A three-part series of a virtual town hall aims to build confidence among the Latino community that is yet to be vaccinated.
Northeast Fresno church dedicated to serving community members
Peoples Church Executive Pastor Brad Liebe says they've served between 800,000 and 1 million hot meals and are still going strong.
Registration open for Fresno Unified School District Early Learning Program
The district has opened registration for the 2021-2022 school year, providing multiple free programs.
Fresno councilmember Miguel Arias discusses border crisis
Local leaders are speaking about the crisis at the U.S. border with Mexico and the impact it's having here in the Central Valley.