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
140 employees on furlough after Club One Casino in Fresno forced to shut down again
Club One Casino had never closed a day in its 25-year history until the coronavirus pandemic hit in March. Now it's been forced to shut down for a second time.
California's COVID-19 hospitalizations, ICU rates continue to rise ahead of 4th of July weekend
After halting indoor operations for some businesses in several counties across the state, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced California's new public awareness campaign to get more people to follow the state-mandated order to wear face masks.
Optimism turns to frustration as Fresno's indoor entertainment venues prepare to close again
Governor Gavin Newsom announced the closure of all indoor entertainment venues for the next three weeks due to a surge in coronavirus cases.
CHSU's new College of Osteopathic Medicine opens in Central Valley
This new school located off Temperance and Highway 168 is the first of its kind locally and only the third in the entire state.
Hundreds of Black Lives Matter signs placed on Visalia high school fence
The display makes a statement that voices will not go unheard after a group of women tore the signs down earlier this week.
Fresno City College, Reedley College suspend all athletics for Fall 2020
Fresno City College and Reedley College have announced they are suspending all athletics for their fall 2020 semester due to COVID-19.
Wild Water Adventure Park waiting for green light to reopen
Wild Water Adventure Park in Fresno County is hoping to reopen soon, and on Friday the Health Department went over their plan.
Clovis Police host virtual ride-along
The Clovis Police Department held a virtual ride-along on Thursday, giving community members a first-hand look into a traffic officer's shift.
More than 400 people to lose their jobs as COVID-19 impacts local water parks
Island Water Park in Fresno will stay closed through the 2020 season and officials will have to eliminate more than 400 jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Day 2: Dos Palos businesses close as city deals with ongoing water shutdown
Neighboring communities, businesses and multiple Merced County agencies are helping the Dos Palos community stay hydrated.