Nathalie Granda
Nathalie Granda joined the Action News Team in July 2016 as a reporter.

Before coming to the west coast, Nathalie worked as a multimedia journalist at KVII-TV in Amarillo, TX. During her time there, she covered stories ranging from the new open carry laws, a summer camp aimed at helping kids facing cancer, and reported about several law enforcement agencies in the area placing 'In God We Trust" stickers on their vehicles.

Nathalie graduated with from the Missouri School of Journalism with a B.A. in Radio/TV Journalism and a minor in Spanish. She grew up in Miami, FL, but would visit family in Los Angeles every year.

When she's not working, Nathalie loves traveling, spending time with friends and family, being outdoors and being anywhere with live music.

You can reach her on Facebook and Twitter if you have a story idea, or just to say "Hi!"

Nathalie's Stories
'We have a right to celebrate America's birthday': Caruthers holds fireworks show despite COVID-19
The coronavirus pandemic didn't stop thousands from coming to one of the only firework shows happening in Fresno County.
Local law enforcement won't enforce Newsom's mask mandate, but urge residents to comply voluntarily
While the strike teams will focus on making sure businesses are in compliance, local sheriff's officials are prioritizing crime over new COVID-19 restrictions.
Fresno restaurants trying to survive after being forced to shut down indoor seating again
Frustrated, worried restaurant owners say they're having to adjust staffing, cancel reservations, and endure huge losses again after Gov. Newsom ordered restaurants to stop indoor services immediately due to a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Fresno businesses fear going out of business if California is shut down again
Stronger stay-at-home restrictions could be coming, leaving many business owners that just reopened on edge.
Merced councilmember faces censure over behavior at Black Lives Matter event
A video of Fernando Echevarria demonstrating a carotid control hold at an event is one of the reasons he is now facing a possible censure by the Merced City Council.
'Golden State Killer' Joseph DeAngelo pleads guilty to 13 murders, dozens of rapes across California
Accused Golden State Killer, Joseph DeAngelo, 74, has pleaded guilty to all of the crimes he's charged with - including 13 murders - at a hearing in Sacramento.
Too many patients, not enough staff at many Fresno County hospitals after huge spike in COVID-19 cases
Fresno County health officials are worried as they're seeing a massive spike in coronavirus cases, which is also impacting hospitals as many are at capacity.
Delays, dropped calls, no checks: EDD under fire after many Americans left helpless and frustrated
More than 6 million California workers have filed for unemployment since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic but many of them, like 31-year-old Ryan Turner of Fresno, have received little to no benefits.
Central California Blood Center needs plasma from recovered coronavirus patients
The Central California Blood Center needs plasma now more than ever as health officials see a spike in people going to the hospital for the coronavirus.
Central Unified trustee resigns days after posting allegedly racist message on social media
A Central Unified School District board trustee resigned abruptly during Tuesday night's board meeting days after posting what many are calling a racist message.