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
The positives and negatives of including fermented foods in your diet
In the past two and a half years, six of the 21 kombucha samples examined by the New York State Department of Agriculture were above the 0.5 percent alcohol by volume threshold.
Fresno man who moved to Australia shares wildfire experience
Elizondo says the fires have brought back memories of the devastating wildfires in Northern California but on a larger scale.
What you can do to silence your inner critic and make yourself happier
A study at York University found that writing yourself a comforting letter every day for a week can make you feel happier for up to six months.
Breaking down some health myths that are actually true
Some of these old wife's tales have actually been proven by research!
Simple Solutions: Tips to combat loneliness
Chronic loneliness is a growing problem that can be as harmful for seniors as smoking 15 cigarettes a day.
Simple Solutions: What you need to know about intermittent fasting
Intermittent fasting is a new way of eating that's taking the medical world by storm. But what is it, and why are so many taking to it?
Valley Children's effort to help young cancer patients feel at home
Valley Children's treats about 160 or more new cases of cancer every year.
Valley Children's helps teen battle Sturge-Weber Syndrome
Valley Children's has the only pediatric epilepsy center between southern and northern California.
Community comes together to honor shooting victim by donating blood
Carl Williams was working as a security guard when he was gunned down by Kori Muhammad at a Motel 6 in central Fresno in 2017.
Simple Solutions: Therapy Dogs at the Airport
So far, 12 airports around the country have incorporated therapy dogs as part of their customer service.