Kassandra Gutierrez
Kassandra Gutierrez joined the ABC30 Action News team in January of 2022. She is a Central Valley native from Lindsay, CA and is excited to be telling stories in her home community.

Kassandra is ABC30's South Valley Reporter, based out of the Visalia Bureau. Before that, she was a Race and Culture Journalist, covering social justice issues, such as human trafficking, homelessness and shining light on marginalized communities and their successes.

She is a proud graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Film and Media Studies, with a Minor in Ethnomusicology. While at UCSB, she also studied abroad in Paris, France and spent a summer teaching creative writing and physical education in Nairobi, Kenya. After college, Kassandra returned to her hometown and served as the 87th Orange Blossom Festival Queen.

Prior to ABC30, she spent time as a weekend weather anchor and reporter in Redding, California, at ABC7, where she covered some of the largest wildfires in California history, severe winter storms and record-breaking heat. She started her on-air career as a reporter in Eugene, Oregon, after interning at a local Fresno TV station. She is a leader in CCNMA: Latinos Journalist of California.

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Kassandra's Stories
New Bravo Farms location to open in downtown Visalia
A well-known restaurant is bringing its tasty reputation to downtown Visalia.
Closure on Highway 41 to impact travel for months in Kings County
Valley drivers will be taking detours on a busy stretch of Highway 41 in Kings County for the next five months.
Hundreds of Navy sailors welcomed home in Lemoore after 4-month deployment
Excitement, emotions and relief filled the air at the Naval Air Station in Lemoore.
2024 World Ag Expo wraps up its third and final day
The World Ag Expo is wrapping up its last day.
New tech in Ag-industry showcased at the 57th annual World Ag Expo
Farming may be one of the world's oldest industries, but they continue to innovate.
World Ag Expo opening day hosts worldwide leaders in Ag and multi-generation exhibitors and visitors
Over 100,000 people are expected to pass through the gates of the World Ag Expo in Tulare over the next couple of days.
2024 World Ag Expo opens Tuesday
Every year, the World Ag Expo attracts people from dozens of countries and just about every state in the nation.
Man killed in crash on Highway 99 in Tulare County, CHP says
A man has died following a crash in Tulare County early Tuesday morning.
Venezuelan asylum seekers speak out about journey from Denver to Fresno
New details have emerged about the path that led a group of migrants to Fresno.
Flood damage causes store closures in Downtown Hanford
Sandbags still lined up along storefronts on Irwin Street in Downtown Hanford.