Spencer Joseph

Spencer Joseph

Title: Reporter
sjoseph@actionnewsnow.com

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.

Recent Posts by Spencer Joseph

Subway Scholar Athlete of the Year: Aram Aguirre

Aram Aguirre was awarded a $5,000 scholarship as the 2018-2019 Subway Scholar Athlete of the Year.

Redding economy gets boost from Rodeo Week

Redding Rodeo Week brings a lot of money to the community thanks to attendees.

Redding CHP officers increase controls on I-5, crack down on speeding

Redding California Highway Patrol officers are ramping up patrols on I-5.

First night of Redding rodeo faces rain

Wednesday night, the PCRA Xtreme Bulls event was rained out but the show still went on as planned.

Horse shot and killed in Anderson

After a horse was shot in Anderson, The Shasta County Sheriff's Office and Haven Humane are saying this crime is a rare occurrence.

Caltrans breaks ground on Interstate 5 project

Caltrans broke ground Thursday, May 9, for the Redding to Anderson six-lane project.

Chico man identified as person killed in Tehama County plane crash

The Tehama County Coroner's Office has identified a Chico man killed in a plane crash on Wednesday.

Redding police chief announces retirement

Redding Police Chief Roger Moore announced his retirement on Tuesday.

Kool April Nites donates to Boulder Creek Elementary

Kool April Nites is not only about classic cars. With $1 million brought in by the event over its long-run, some track students got brand new gear this year.

Redding Fire Department posthumously awards Jermey Stoke at awards ceremony

Redding Firefighters honored at this year's annual awards ceremony.

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