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.
There is now 24/7 traffic control in place on Highway 299, west of Redding, due to the Dri Whiskey Project.
The youngster is one of if not the youngest person ever to accomplish the feat.
Fire crews in Shasta County started a 100-acre controlled burn on Friday to help train crews in live fire conditions.
More than 20 California colleges are opposing a State Assembly bill that will allow homeless students to sleep in their cars on campus.
A trail near Whiskeytown Lake has been closed due to concerns about a bear in the area.
A man finds a large rattlesnake in his front lawn but officials are warning it is the time of year where we will see more.
The U.S. Forest service dispatch center tracks and looks for any fires caused by lightning strikes.
The city of Redding is undergoing a variety of construction projects.
As the state heads into the 2019 fire season, the question becomes: Where will a fire impact next and what can be done to lower the risk?
Hundreds are expected to flock to the lake for the start of boating season in the north state.