Graciela Moreno
Graciela landed her first television job while still attending college, as a producer for Univision's Sacramento affiliate. Months after receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from California State University, Stanislaus, Graciela returned home to Fresno, as lead anchor for KFTV, Channel 21.

A year later, in 1997, she joined the ABC-30 Action News team. She currently co-anchors the weekday editions of Action News at Six and Action News at 6:30, for which she has received three Emmy awards. Graciela also produces and hosts Latino Life, a half-hour weekly program that focuses on the issues and people making an impact in the Latino community.

Among Graciela's most memorable stories is covering the visit of Pope John Paul II to Mexico City in 2002 for the canonization of Saint Juan Diego.

Graciela's Stories
Donations needed as two local non-profits prepare for the new year
Valley non-profits count on the community's support to provide many of their services and 'end of the year' contributions are especially important.
Children First: Having social workers on campus
Concentrating on schoolwork is hard if a child is hungry or dealing with grief.
Little girl gets second chance with cancer treatment at Valley Children's Hospital
Every three months, Addisyn Flowers, or Addy as she's known, visits Valley Children's Hospital in Madera.
Border chaos? With future of Title 42 unclear, analyst discusses what happens when policy ends
Chaos at the border? Action News spoke to ABC News contributor Maria Elena Salinas about the controversial policy and what could happen if Title 42 expires on May 23.
Clovis mom aiming to help other moms with sick children
A Central Valley mother is taking action to brighten the day of hundreds of moms whose children are in the hospital.
How Valley Children's Hospital is helping local girl correct club foot
A local family found help inside the Orthopaedics Department at Valley Children's Hospital for their young daughter. The Clevelands are grateful this specialized treatment is available close to home.
Children First: Tulare County children learning how to count calories
Children in Tulare County are learning how to count calories but not to go on a diet.
Cartoonist using artwork to inform Valley Latino community on COVID-19 vaccine
Lalo Alcaraz is part of a new health campaign that hopes to inform the valley's Latino community about the importance of getting vaccinated.
Children First: South Valley librarian working to increase literacy rates
Sophia Mejia-Taylor promotes literacy through pedal power! A pandemic didn't stop this school librarian from getting books to families and children in the city of Woodlake.
Children First: Fresno County teacher found passion for teaching at young age
After 18 years as a special education teacher, Crystal Aguilar has developed an ever-evolving system to help her students learn and grow.