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
Flying lanterns spark fire safety concerns in Porterville
The Porterville Fire Department has responded to several fires connected to flying lanterns.
Funding aims to prevent gun violence in Kings County
Authorities say the funding is another way to keep firearms off the street and communities safe.
How to keep yourself safe during this year's holiday shopping
To help keep people safe, patrol units were spotted in busy areas, but officials say there is more you can do to protect yourself and your belongings.
Father and daughter dead after vehicle crashes into canal in Kings County, CHP says
The Kings County Coroner has identified the 10-year-old daughter and 75-year-old Father that died after their vehicle crashed into a canal Wednesday afternoon.
Local health officials urging safety during Thanksgiving gatherings
With Thanksgiving just days away, concerns are growing about viruses spreading among family and friends.
How recent Valley temperatures impact crops
Central Valley citrus growers have been waiting for temperatures around 30 degrees to bump them into harvesting.
Man sentenced for fire that destroyed multiple Visalia businesses
56-year-old Jessie Hager learned his fate in court Friday morning after admitting he started a fire in a dumpster in downtown Visalia seven months ago.
Tulare hit and run victim unconscious in hospital, CHP searching for driver
A violent impact on State Route 137 near Soults Drive led to 911 calls around 5 a.m. Thursday morning.
Tight race continues between David Valadao and Rudy Salas
It's been a week since Election Day, but election offices in several counties are still working around the clock to process tens of thousands of ballots.
Suspect in fatal Tulare County hit-and-run pleads not guilty, held without bail
Shay Dejonge pleaded not guilty Monday to allegedly killing a man who was pushing his bicycle in a hit-and-run crash.