Kate Nemarich
Kate Nemarich joined the ABC30 team in January 2023.

Before coming to Fresno, Kate worked as a reporter at WJHL in Johnson City, Tennesee, where she covered severe flooding, elections, and a high-profile missing child case.

Kate began her news career as a producer working in both New Orleans and Wilmington, North Carolina. During her time producing, she covered major events such as the 2016 and 2020 presidential elections, the historic 2020 hurricane season, and much more.

Although she's spent her career moving around the country, Kate was born and raised in Annapolis, MD. Kate's passion for storytelling first took her to the stage in high school and college. She attended the University of North Carolina Wilmington majoring in Performance Theater and Broadcast Journalism.

In her free time, she enjoys running, hiking, visiting wineries, traveling and trying local coffee shops and restaurants. She is excited to explore all Central California has to offer.

Kate's Stories
Valley congressmen react to President Biden's State of the Union address
Valley lawmakers are weighing in after President Biden delivered his second State of the Union address to America on Tuesday night.
Programs offer assistance for those struggling with rising gas prices
As people in and around the Central Valley experience increasing gas and electric bills, Governor Gavin Newsom is pushing the federal government to look into the high natural gas prices.
Vigils and fundraising continue for Selma police officer Gonzalo Carrasco Jr.
For more than two hours Saturday, dozens of people gathered at Pioneer Park to honor Officer Gonzalo Carrasco Jr.
Water delivered to Friant community as boil water advisory continues
Communities near Millerton Lake remain under a boil water advisory issued nearly two weeks ago.
Charges filed against man accused of killing Selma Officer Gonzalo Carrasco
Charges have been filed against the suspect who is accused of killing Selma police officer Gonzalo Carrasco.
Tulare County sheriff calls for death penalty in Goshen shooting that killed 6
Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux is calling for the death penalty for those responsible for the murders of six people in Goshen.
Suspicious package found near Selland Arena turns out to be backpack with clothes
A suspicious package found near the Selland Arena in downtown Fresno was found to be harmless on Thursday night.
Warming shelters remain open in Fresno County amid cold temperatures
While freeze warnings are over for now, the cold overnight temperatures still raise some safety concerns. Fire officials are among those encouraging people who are unhoused to take advantage of those options rather than making their own fires for warmth.
Residents of 55+ community in Merced County face difficulty cleaning up after floods
Nearly two weeks after floods devastated communities in Merced County, recovery efforts continue. FEMA crews were on the ground Monday, registering people for assistance.