Hayley Watts is a reporter for Action News Now.
Hayley Watts joined Action News Now in March of 2016.
Hayley grew up just outside of Los Angeles, but she fell in love with Chico when she attended CSUC to study journalism in 2003.
After college, she went back to L.A. to work as a freelance music journalist.
Her sense of adventure also took her to Parkersburg, West Virginia, where she worked as reporter and weather anchor for WTAP News.
Memorable stories include flying in a WWII B-22 bomber for a live report.
After years of being away Hayley is happy to be back in her home state and in the city she fell in love with as a college student.
Currently Hayley is working towards her Certification in Weather Forecasting from Penn State University.
When Hayley isn't working she enjoys spending time with her cat Sabbath or going for a run out in Bidwell Park. You can find Hayley on Facebook and Twitter.
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Plan on a week of dry weather, breezy for the next 24 hours and warming to the 70's in the valley this weekend.
We'll see clouds and a little mountain snow tomorrow but by weekend's end, we'll warm up into the 70's in the valley.
A man was booked into Butte County Jail after police found him on a Camp fire-burned property for the second time.
A man is behind bars and 14 other detained after an alleged hate crime becomes a drug bust.
We'll see up to 8 more inches of snow by tonight across the Sierra and Cascades, scattered showers in parts of the Valley and another weak storm moves in Saturday afternoon.
Caltrans is making a 22-mile stretch from Oroville to Marysville a daytime-headlight zone, as they continue a long-term plan to widen the highway to 5 lanes.
Police Chief Mike O'Brien says this is a positive thing - it means business owners are standing up to shoplifters and pressing charges.
Monday the lake was just a couple of feet below the gate of the new spillway and the DWR says, expect to see some water seeping down.
The utility said Thursday in an earnings report is is "probable" that it's equipment started the fire.
Hundreds pulled their RVs out away from the Sacrament river today as the level rose to about 188 feet overnight.