Stephen Hicks
Stephen Hicks is the Sports Director for ABC30 Action News. Stephen joined the Action News Sports team in April 2018 and is thrilled to continue to call the Central Valley home.

Before moving to Fresno, Stephen was the Sports Director at KERO-TV in Bakersfield. During his three years in Kern County, he reported on big local athletes like Derek Carr, Kevin Harvick and Tyrone Wallace while also getting the chance to cover CSU Bakersfield's run to the program's first NCAA Tournament and NIT Final Four appearances taking him everywhere from Oklahoma City to Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Stephen graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University where he spent time reporting on Arizona issues from Washington, D.C. Before pursuing journalism, he played two years of college golf at Glendale Community College.

For almost a year after college, Stephen was a general assignment news reporter at KERO-TV.

When he isn't working, Stephen likes to spend his free time playing guitar, golfing, hiking, cooking and traveling to hidden gems in California.

Stephen's Stories
This date in Bulldog history: Fresno State wins NIT in New York City
With the sports world on pause, now is as good a time as any to rewind to a favorite memory of the Red Wave.
Good Sports: Local driver shares story of addiction so Valley kids can be drug-free
Livingston native and 51FIFTY energy drink founder Carlos Vieira is releasing a new book detailing his struggle with substance abuse and how speed racing helped him.
Fresno State women's team adds local commit, Demetrius Porter helps players find scholarships
Through his non-profit Exposure Sports, former Bulldog Demetrius Porter is helping local basketball players get recruited through his AAU teams.
"14 burpees challenge" just part of Fresno State football's workout plan
At Fresno State, organized team activities are suspended until at least April 13th. For the Bulldogs, like every athlete these days, that means home workouts.
Valley golf courses closing as COVID-19 precautions continue
Golf courses, once seen as a safe way to get outdoors during the coronavirus pandemic, are temporarily closing their doors across the Central Valley.
Former Bulldog Deshon Taylor back in Fresno after rookie season in Australia ends amidst Coronavirus concerns
The former Bulldog was a first-team all-Mountain West Conference selection each of his two years at Fresno State.
Jenna Prandini still chasing 2020 Olympics amidst coronavirus concerns
The facilities at the University of Texas where Clovis native Jenna Prandini has been training are closed, forcing her to adapt and find a local track in the community.
Local ballplayers try to stay ready amidst concerns of COVID-19
Local high-schoolers and minor leaguers flooded DIB Baseball Academy in Fresno to stay ready for whenever they can get back on the field.
Fresno State basketball player Nate Grimes arrested on domestic abuse charge
Fresno State men's basketball player Nate Grimes was arrested Monday on a domestic abuse charge and booked into the Fresno County Jail.
Former Fresno State Athletic Director Jim Bartko dies at 54
Bartko served as the Bulldogs' Athletic Director from 2015-17. He suddenly resigned from the position in 2017.