Tiffany Olin
Tiffany Olin joined the ABC30 Action News team in July 2023.

Before ABC30, she wore many hats at KTVL in Medford, Oregon ranging from Weather Forecaster to News/Sports Multimedia Journalist and digital producer. While in the Pacific Northwest, she covered the homeless problem, devastating fires, excessive heat and severe winter storms.

Tiffany began her broadcasting career at ABC7 Los Angeles as a sports intern turned News Assistant/ Traffic Producer. During her time there, she interviewed players and coaches from the LA Rams, Chargers, Dodgers and Angels.

She is a Southern California native and a proud alumnus of the University of California, Los Angeles. When she's not cheering on her Bruins, Tiffany enjoys spending time with family, binging reality TV and finding new wineries.

Although she is not from Central California, Tiffany grew up visiting family and friends in the area and loved boating on Millerton Lake. She is excited to share your stories and explore the area even more.

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Tiffany's Stories
Accuweather Forecast
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Free life jackets to be given out at four popular Fresno County parks on Saturday
Lakes and rivers in the Central Valley are popular places to cool down as we experience triple-digit heat.
Popular Yosemite National Park entrance reopens as containment on French Fire grows
A popular Yosemite National Park is no longer impacted by an ongoing wildfire in Mariposa County.
Marie Callendar's inaugural pie-eating contest in Northeast Fresno
Three pies totaling nearly eight pounds, no hands, and the will to eat. That's what nearly 40 people of all ages signed up for this Fourth of July.
New Fresno State Athletic Director Garrett Klassy shares goals for the program
Garrett Klassy has officially been introduced as the new Athletic Director at Fresno State.
Valley PBS unable to broadcast over the air after fire burns Bear Mountain
Flames from the Fresno June Lightning Complex Fire raged up the side of Bear Mountain overnight Tuesday, destroying broadcast equipment in the area.
Heat wave safety as triple-digits return in Central California
Temperatures are once again on the rise in Central California with a longer stretch of triple-digits on the way.
California sees big jump in acres burned by wildfires this year
Fire season has started hot for the State of California.
City of Fresno starts renaming three streets to Cesar Chavez Blvd despite lawsuit from residents
Portions of California Avenue, Ventura Street, and Kings Canyon Road in the city of Fresno have been renamed after the late labor leader Cesar Chavez.
Tips for co-existing with coyotes in Clovis
Coyotes have been spotted in many areas of Clovis, including parks and fields.