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.
Speakers and local religious leaders from around Redding gathered to share their thoughts and wisdom on the tragic event.
In the 4th Redding city budget workshop, the City Council voted to put some money towards the Police Department but it wasn't the only option on the table.
The three-day convention ended with a new leader for California's Republican party. Her name is Jessica Patterson.
The Butte County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to repeal a housing ordinance in Butte County that allowed residents to live in RV's on properties in the Camp Fire burn scar area.
The Butte County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that one person has died in an officer-involved shooting in Butte County Monday.
California Highway Patrol has released the description of the suspected vehicle involved in a deadly hit-and-run on Thursday that killed Humberto Falcon of Butte City.
Doctors at Enloe Medical Center dealt with 11 patients this past weekend in the wake of a mass-overdose. Action News Now spoke with an emergency room physician to understand how doctors treat these patients.
The Redding Police Department has identified the driver killed in a crash on Old Oregon Trail Monday afternoon.
A man is in critical condition following a vehicle versus wheelchair collision in Redding on Monday.
A California utility says any determination that it started a wildfire by recklessly operating power lines in violation of the law would bear on its probation in a criminal case.