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.
You can find Laura on Facebook and Twitter @LauraEngNews
If you have any story ideas, she’d love to hear from you. Send her an email at email@example.com
Thousands of people headed to Downtown Chico Monday night for "The Great Race," and a chance to see more than a hundred antique cars making their way on a nine-day race. Besides being great fun, it's also bringing a boost to the local economy.
The Caribou-Palermo transmission line that was identified by CAL FIRE to have caused the Camp Fire was permanently de-energized by PG&E.
Camp Fire survivors living outside of Paradise shared their concerns in a listening session Tuesday night. Action News Now reporter Laura Eng spoke with survivors from Concow and Yankee Hill.
The first FEMA trailers in Chico are finally ready for Camp Fire survivors to move-in. Action News Now reporter Laura Eng caught up with a man who says moving into a trailer will help him pick up the pieces since the disaster.
Action News Now launched a new series of reports, Our Future after the Fire, each Thursday night and Friday morning exploring an issue with a long-term impact as a result of the fire.
On Thursday, PG&E talked about wildfire prevention at an open house in Chico.
The Paradise Town Council considered several ordinances at a meeting on Tuesday night, many of which may have an impact on the future of the town after the Camp Fire.
A traffic control flagger in Paradise is getting a lot attention on Facebook for his small acts of kindness.
PG&E officials say the utility might cut power in some areas due to the red flag conditions this weekend. Action News Now reporter Laura Eng has the details and reaction from customers.
Wednesday was the night before graduation for Paradise, Pleasant Valley and Chico High schoolers. Action News Now reporter Laura Eng shows a special tradition Paradise High Students share together.