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.
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Saul Jimenez-Sandoval ready to take over the reins at Fresno State
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COVID-19 Q&A: Valley doctor answers questions about safely celebrating holidays
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Children First: How Tulare County educators are finding solutions for distance learning
More than 4,100 students in the Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District are learning from home.
Latino Life: Valley Man Writes Rock and Roll Photography Book
Steven Sanchez has captured images from artists ranging from Kiss to Pitbull.
Latino Life: More Latinos in California are dying of COVID-19
According to the California Department of Public Health, as of August 16, 2020, California has more than 628,000 COVID-19 cases and nearly 60 percent are Latinos.
Latino Life: The pandemic and Valley poverty
The pandemic is impacting all families in the Central Valley, but the poorest are suffering more.
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