Shayla Girardin
Shayla Girardin joined the ABC30 Action News team in August 2019.

Shayla is a California native and has lived in both the Bay Area and Southern California. She's excited to call Central Valley her new home!

Shayla previously worked at KOAA News 5 in Colorado Springs where she worked as a morning reporter. Before moving to Colorado, Shayla graduated from Pepperdine University with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism and an emphasis in Political Science. During her studies, Shayla interned at ABC30's sister station, KABC in Los Angeles. Through her internships, she had the unique opportunity to interview celebrities including Zac Efron, Hilary Swank, Lucy Hale, Nick Carter and Jesse McCartney. She also gained experience as a television newscast producer, reporter and anchor with Pepperdine's university station.

Shayla is a coffee enthusiast who loves exploring the outdoors, traveling and spending time with family. You'll see her reporting weekday mornings on ABC30.

Shayla's Stories
Tracking the atmospheric river: Here's when Central CA will see rain this weekend
ABC30's Accuweather team is tracking the atmospheric river. Here's when we'll start to see rain in the Central Valley.
Tracking the atmospheric river: Here's when Central CA will see rain this weekend
ABC30's Accuweather team is tracking the atmospheric river. Here's when we'll start to see rain in the Central Valley.
Accuweather Forecast: Strong Storm On The Way
N. Valley showers today with widespread heavy rain Monday. Shayla Girardin will have your full forecast on Action News.
Tracking the atmospheric river: How much rain and snow is expected for Central CA, Sierra
An atmospheric river is moving toward Central California, bringing with it heavy downpours in the San Joaquin Valley and snow in the Sierra Nevada.
Madera Unified raises substitute teacher pay to highest sub pay in Valley
Madera Unified says it's been averaging 50 unfilled substitute positions a day, causing a huge disruption to daily routines.
Fresno city leaders get to experience one day in the life of a firefighter
"Using the jaws of life, carrying hose up towers, wearing all the gear and getting to feel what that's like," described Fire Chief Kerri Donis. "It's important that they understand and get a feel for what firefighters do each and every day."
Clovis Unified adding new air filters to help reduce risk of spreading COVID-19
The filters clean the air two and a half times an hour, also cleaning out any pollutants like smoke or dust from the recent wildfires.
Friday Morning Football - Pacheco High School
For this week's edition of Friday Morning Football, Action News was in Los Banos at Pacheco High School!
Some Clovis Unified schools modify, postpone homecoming dances due COVID-19
Clovis Unified is leaving the decision of whether or not to have a homecoming dance up to the individual school sites.
Local school districts find creative ways to bring back extracurriculars
From masked theater performances to moving many extracurriculars outdoors, districts are finding creative ways to bring these activities back to the classroom.