Jafet is delighted to be a part of the Action News Now team.
Jafet started as a reporter with Action News Now in August 2019.
Jafet grew up right here in Northern California in the small town of Orland.
He was a track and field athlete for Orland High School, running in events like the mile and the 2 miles.
He graduated from California State University-Chico in May 2018 with a degree in journalism.
While attending Chico State he worked for the college newspaper “The Orion.”
Jafet is a big fan of Disney, Ariana Grande, and the Green Bay Packers.
In his free time, Jafet likes hiking, reading, dancing and walking his dog “Hiro.”
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One woman is behind bars after Chico police say she "recklessly" lit some fireworks, causing a small fire to break out late Sunday night.
Is Butte County seeing an increase in COVID-19 testing? Butte County Public Health reps tell Action News Now that in recent days more people have been signing up to get tested for the coronavirus.
The Blue Room Theatre is leaving its downtown home of 26 years due to the coronavirus pandemic. The board president, Martin Chavira said they will be vacating sometime in July.
July 1, 2020, marked the official day that people living in Chapmantown and Mulberry could be recognized as Chico residents.
Caltrans says number 1 lane of I-5 blocked south of South Main Street in Red Bluff due to a multi-car crash.
The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) on Friday, June 26, 2020, will once again resume behind-the-wheel driving tests throughout the state of California.
Agriculture is a key economic driver in Northern California, but a report out by the California Farm Bureau Federation gives a grim economic outlook for farmers.
A report released by the California Farm Bureau Federation details a grim outlook for farms when it comes to the economy.
Looking for a way to beat the heat? The Orland City pool has reopened to the public.
Members of the Chico city council are set to approve the final budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Policing reform will also be a major talking point at Tuesday night's meeting.
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