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Jafet Serrato

Jafet Serrato is a reporter for Action News Now.

Title: Reporter

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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Recent Posts by Jafet Serrato

Mask enforcement at Chico Unified schools

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CHP: Fiery crash on the Skyway near lookout point kills 1

One woman is dead after her car caught on fire from hitting a tree head-on, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP).

Code enforcement: illegal pot growers stealing water in Butte County

Butte County is seeing a troubling trend of water thefts and most of that water is being used for illegal pot farms, according to Code Enforcement.

What kind of cannabis growing is allowed in Butte County, how to file complaint

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Lake Oroville’s dry but flooded Feather River beaches concern residents

People living in Oroville say they are confused as to why their park is flooding during a drought.

How Northern California counties would fare now in the old tier system

Most of the local counties would be in the orange tier if the state reverted back to the old tier system.

Proposed reopening plan for Chico Unified schools include full time instruction, safety measures

On Wednesday night you could find out what the fall semester will look like for your child's school if it's within the Chico Unified School District.

Chico business owner fed up with string of burglaries, calls for other businesses to team up

A Chico business owner is upset after a string of burglaries and is hoping other businesses in the area targeted by burglars come forward so they can catch the crooks.

Red Bluff store front targeted, Proud Boys sticker placed over BLM sign

A Red Bluff business owner is mad after discovering that a Proud Boys sticker was placed in front of his window, which holds a Black Lives Matter sign.

Despite the Paradise ice rink losing money, organizers want to continue tradition

After losing money, organizers want to open the Paradise ice rink in the middle of November.

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Stronger winds and low humidity over dry fuels will result in very high fire danger across northern California Wednesday and Thursday. We'll be very hot Wednesday, but a welcome drop in high temperatures is ahead for Thursday. Smoke will continue to bring big impacts to our air quality over the next several days, and temperatures will heat back up from Friday into Saturday.
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