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 a Race and Culture Journalist. She looks forward to continuing her coverage of 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, CA 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, OR at the NBC/CBS affiliate, after interning at a local Fresno TV station.

She serves as the secretary for CCNMA: Latinos Journalist of California. She is excited to be back in the Central Valley and looks forward to sharing local stories, if you have a story idea feel free to reach out.

Kassandra's Stories
Fresno's Women of the Year awarded in emotional ceremony
Eight women were recognized during a special event held by the City of Fresno in honor of Women's History Month.
Project Run Madera gifts hundreds of shoes to young athletes
Project Run Madera has been supporting young runners in the North Valley since 2021.
Supporting empowerment and shining a spotlight on global issues at Fresno City College
In the last 25 years, A New Way of Life has reached thousands nationwide, helping reunite families and expunge records.
Thousands of books gifted to children in Fresno thanks to the Magic of Storytelling campaign
It was a magical day at Lincoln Elementary School in Southwest Fresno.
South Valley woman breaking barriers on this Women's History Month
Zhanique Lovet is a mother, bodybuilder and more recently a gym owner. Owning a gym is something she's been working towards for years.
Lindsay residents recovering from devastating flood last week
On Friday, a breach on Lewis Creek devastated the small Tulare County town of Lindsay.
Families displaced by floodwaters find refuge in South Valley locations
A pillow with the words "Home Sweet Home" sits in the middle of the evacuation center at the Exeter Veterans Memorial building.
Day After Flooding: Road to recovery begins in Woodlake and Exeter
The road to recovery begins quickly in Woodlake and Exeter as another atmospheric river moves in.
Merced County bracing for more rain after flooding displaced hundreds
Merced County is preparing for another round of storms just two months after widespread flooding displaced hundreds of residents.
Cambodian Princess Soma Norodom's new book tells story of love and tragedy in Fresno
Princess Soma of the Cambodian Royal House of Norodom credits therapy, loved ones and her new book for helping her get through the loss of her fiancé.