Nic Garcia
Nic Garcia joined the ABC30 Action News team in September of 2021.

He came to Fresno from El Paso, Texas, where he spent two years as the breaking news anchor. While in El Paso, Nic covered everything from the aftermath of the Walmart shooting in 2019 to Vice President Kamala Harris' first official visit to the southern border.

Before that, Nic worked in Montana as a reporter, where he covered blizzards, avalanches, and several visits to the state by former President Donald Trump.

Nic is a proud graduate of California State University, Fullerton, where he studied Broadcast Journalism and minored in Political Science. He is an active member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ).

Nic grew up in Riverside, and after a few years away, he's happy to be back in the Golden State.

When he's not on TV bringing you the news, you can find Nic cooking - or eating! He also enjoys trying new coffee shops and spending time with his family.

For news updates, follow Nic Garcia on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Nic's Stories
Clovis Unified school board votes on final revised boundary map
After months of discussions, the Clovis Unified Board of Trustees voted to approve a new attendance boundary on Wednesday.
18-year-old man hospitalized after shooting in southwest Fresno
An 18-year-old man was hospitalized after he was shot near a high school in southwest Fresno on Tuesday afternoon.
Clovis Police chase multiple armed suspects across Fresno County
Clovis Police say they chased multiple armed suspects across Fresno County on Monday evening.
Fresno Unified opens superintendent search to external candidates
Wednesday night marked a move towards transparency, according to the Fresno Unified School board.
Oak Fire survivor faces new challenge after leg amputation
When we first met veteran Rodney McGuire at an Oak Fire evacuation center in July of 2022, his most valued possessions were packed into his car.
Loan approved to help reopen Madera Community Hospital
The state of California has approved Madera Community Hospital for a $57 million no-interest loan to help reopen the facility that has been closed for over a year.
Fresno Unified expanding search for new superintendent
Wednesday night, the Fresno Unified school board voted to pause the interviewing of internal candidates to replace superintendent Bob Nelson to broaden the scope of the search.
Reedley High athlete with chemo-resistant cancer hopes for miracle in Mexico
18-year-old Malachi Rios, a senior at Reedley High School, is once again fighting for his life.
Lemoore Foster's Freeze shuts down as CA minimum wage rises
Monday, as California's minimum wage for fast food workers rose to $20 an hour, the Foster's Freeze in Lemoore permanently closed.
California bars and nightclubs getting ready for new "roofie" testing kit requirement
California is shaking things up in the roughly 2,400 bars and nightclubs across the state.