Spencer Joseph joined the Action News Now team in January 2018 as a reporter at the Redding bureau. He was previously employed at KUSI in San Diego as assignment editor and producer of San Diego People, a Sunday morning talk show.
In that time, he also helped produce and edit Dave Scott’s World of Wonder, a well-known program in the community.
Spencer graduated from California State University San Marcos in 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in political science. Spencer also studied broadcast journalism at Palomar College obtaining the status of student news director. For his work at Palomar College he was nominated for the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System award for best newscast.
The funding would come from the State of California under Proposition 68.
One year after the fire we look back and attempt to find the story behind the image of the flag.
A business owner in Red Bluff said thieves stole two generators from his restaurant. The crime was caught on surveillance video.
While some fire stations in more remote areas will lose power, Cal Fire is ready and it won’t affect their response.
In the wake of three people who were arrested for solicitation of prostitution for a minor, APD hopes this helps make the public and would-be criminals aware.
UPDATE: Action News Now spoke with employees of Mercy Medical Center in Redding who are not on board with these layoffs that were announced on Wednesday.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Do you have what it takes to be an Officer with the California Highway Patrol? Our very own Spencer Joseph went through a day of training at the CHP academy in Sacramento to show you what officers go through.
A team of White House officials is in Los Angeles looking into homelessness issues. However, not all lawmakers are happy about it.
West Valley defeats Shasta, 34-12.
Charges are being filed against Jason Elliott Keaton alleging that he committed grand theft and petty theft.