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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Students on the ridge got a warm gift during the winter storm.
There is a bit of confusion surrounding voter registration in Butte County. Here's what we learned.
A link of where to go to re-register for the 2020 California Primary Election.
Camp Fire survivors are continuing to transition out of FEMA trailers, 14 months after losing their homes.
The Orland Police Department has a new partner in fighting crime.
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For a link of the dates and locations for the free Camp Fire long term recovery group meetings, click this article.
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Herbicide spraying will begin on Jan. 8 and continue until June.