Mario was hired at Action News Now as Redding bureau chief in May of 2016.
Mario was born and raised in South Texas.
He earned a bachelor degree in journalism with an emphasis in broadcasting and a minor in Spanish from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX.
In college, Mario interned at the Fort Worth Weekly and was a production assistant KXAS NBC 5 in Dallas.
After college, he got his first reporter job at KGET in Bakersfield before getting hired at Action News Now as Redding bureau chief in May of 2016.
Mario now calls Redding home. He loves the outdoors, and in his spare time enjoys shopping for records and traveling.
Speakers touched on topics like acceptance, compassion and overcoming hate.
More than 200 people stood on the side of a major street holding signs in support of the president.
For the second time in the murder trial of Juan Venegas, the jury could not reach a unanimous decision and declare a verdict in the case.
Authorities say that Susan Tancreto pleaded not guilty to eight felony charges on Thursday.
Another juror was replaced by an alternate in the retrial of a man accused of burning a gas station clerk alive.
Jurors were sent home for the weekend Friday with no decision in the case against Juan Venegas.
Couple says the incident adds insult to injury.
Mom gives birth to twin boys just minutes after midnight.
All available officers will be out trying to keep roads as safe as possible.
Redding police are still looking for a man who crashed a stolen pickup truck into a dentist’s office after a failed traffic stop at around 9:15 a.m. Wednesday morning.