Laura Eng is a reporter at Action News Now. She joined the news team in July 2017.
Originally from the east coast, Laura is thrilled to be starting her journalism career in Chico, California.
She is a Boston University Class of 2017 graduate where she studied Political Science.
Her first media opportunity began with an internship at Good Day New York at WNYW in New York City.
While at BU Laura had the opportunity to study abroad for a semester in London, U.K., where she took British politics classes and interned in the House of Commons for Andy Slaughter, a Labour Member of Parliament for the Hammersmith district in London.
The following summer, Laura worked at Fox News Channel in New York City as a College Associate for the Northeast Bureau.
While in Boston, Laura worked as a Digital Content Producer at Boston 25/WFXT.
When she’s not working, Laura loves to travel and try new recipes.
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Oroville could be the next fastest growing city in the North State, according to the city's mayor, but it doesn't come without its challenges.
Nine months to the day of the Camp Fire, the death toll, officials say, rose to 86. Action News Now reporter Laura Eng spoke with the son of a Camp Fire burn victim who succumbed to his injuries on Monday.
Oroville's new police and fire chief is still settling into his new role, but with a population increase post-Camp Fire, he's facing some challenges.
A man badly injured in the Camp Fire died of health complications this week, according to his son.
Search and rescue teams rushed to the Oroville Wildlife Refuge just after 7 p.m. Tuesday following a report of an injured man.
More than 18 months after her murder, friends of Karen Garcia say they're now one step closer to closure after the man accused of killing her was captured over the weekend.
A home invasion suspect was arrested Thursday afternoon in Chico, according to police.
The Paradise Police Department is looking to hire officers, but with much of the town destroyed by the Camp Fire, recruiting doesn't come without its challenges.
Cal OES says crews are making strong progress on clean up efforts after the Camp Fire.
Operation of a well-known nature center in Chico is moving one step closer to changing hands.