Luna Nas

Luna Nas is a reporter for Action News Now and joined the team in November of 2018.

Title: Reporter
lnas@actionnewsnow.com

Luna Nas joined the Action News Now team in November of 2018 as a reporter.

Luna comes from Denver, CO, where she graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver with degrees in Convergent Journalism and Biology.

Luna is a Cheesecake lover, an NBA fanatic and live music enthusiast. When she’s not reporting, Luna enjoys watching sports, spending time with family and working out.

Have a story idea? Send it her way at lnas@actionnewsnow.com

Recent Posts by Luna Nas

Camp Fire pop-up shop

The Western Miracles Foundation held a pop-up shop in Chico Sunday to benefit Camp Fire survivors.

CODE BLUE tent opens to keep homeless warm in Chico

The city of Chico opened another warming tent to help keep people warm during winter weather conditions.

Riverhawks Deliver 9K for Paradise Baseball

Three Ridge baseball groups received money to support their programs that was raised thru a January fundraiser.

Orland High School Car Fundraiser

Orland High School teams up with West Mitsubishi Motors for a fundraiser.

More Congestion Could be Coming Into Chico Municipal Airport

Camp Fire workers could be moved into housing units near the Chico Municipal Airport to help with debris removal from the Camp Fire.

Snow Goose Festival Comes to an End

The 20th Annual Snow Goose Festival brought in thousands of people to Chico and neighboring counties.

Creative Writing in Prison Seminar

A seminar was held Sunday at the Women's Club in Chico discussing creative approaches in prisons to help inmates.

Veteran's Day 5K Hoorah

The Second Annual Veteran's Day 5K Hoorah was held at Chico State Saturday to support student veterans.

Ponderosa Elementary Posts Hundreds of Photos of Animals Displaced by Camp Fire

Hundreds of photos of Camp Fire pets in shelters are hung on the walls of Ponderosa Elementary School in Paradise, the majority being cats.

Baseball Community Comes Together

The baseball community has rallied together to work with some of the young baseball players in the community impacted by the Camp Fire. Money is being raised to help rebuild three Ridge baseball programs.

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