Gilbert Magallon
Gilbert Magallon joined the Action News Team in November of 2017 as a multimedia journalist and general assignment reporter.

Gilbert is a Reedley College and Fresno State graduate with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism. While in college, he interned at ABC30. It was through his internship that Gilbert fell in love with journalism.

Previously Gilbert was a multimedia journalist at KNDO-TV and Telemundo in Yakima, WA. During his time in Yakima he covered everything from fires and floods to homicides and immigration.

In his free time, he likes to travel, catch a good movie or spend time with friends and family.

If you have story ideas for Gilbert, feel free to shoot him a message.

Gilbert's Stories
Transit service in Fresno helping send people to COVID vaccination sites
As vaccination efforts continue in the Central Valley, the EOC is shuttling those eligible for the shot to vaccination sites.
Valley nursing homes see huge drop in COVID cases
GOOD NEWS! Many nursing facilities in the Central Valley that suffered devastating losses due to the pandemic are now seeing virtually no cases, thanks to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Remembering 2 Valley lives lost as U.S. surpasses 500,000 COVID deaths
As the country mourns 500,000 deaths due to COVID-19, Action News speaks to two heartbroken Valley families suffering after losing their loved ones.
More Central Valley schools bring back students for in-person learning this week
"Let's do this. Let's not wait." As campuses prepare to welcome back some students for in-person learning, Gov. Gavin Newsom encouraged others to follow their lead.
Clovis soccer team stranded in Texas winter storms returns to Central California
About 20 Central Valley natives were left stuck in the city of Round Rock after traveling there for a national tournament.
32-year-old man shoots and kills dad at Woodlake home, sheriff's office says
The Tulare County Sheriff's Office says a father in his 60's was shot and killed by his son at a Tulare County home on Saturday.
Beloved Valley educator loses battle with COVID-19
A mural of Vikki Cha now watches over the Burrel Elementary School students she cared for so deeply.
'This whole town is shut down': Brutal winter storm strands Clovis soccer team in Texas
About 20 members of girls soccer team Clovis Crossfire, as well as their families, are stranded in Texas after a powerful storm moved in during their weekend tournament, bringing with it freezing temperatures.
Some local restaurants keep indoor dining open in violation of state's orders
Some businesses in Fresno County are defying California Governor Gavin Newsom's orders and are serving people indoors.
43-year-old man shot and killed in central Fresno identified
The Fresno County Sheriff Office has identified the man who was shot and killed at a central Fresno apartment on Sunday as Donald Sylver, 43.