Scott is excited to be working at Action News Now as the Assistant News Director and breaking news anchor. Scott has worked in the news business for over 13 years. He has worked as a journalist in Orlando, San Francisco, Redding, and Eureka.
Scott has covered several major stories including the Carr, Camp Fire, the crash of Asiana flight 214, the Treyvon Martin shooting and the Casey Anthony case. Scott’s work has been seen on several national outlets.
Scott is excited to be telling impactful and emotional stories over the Chico-Redding areas.
In his off time Scott enjoys singing, writing music, cooking, playing golf, Raiders football, and studying medicine.
New information shows far more people have coronavirus in Tehama County than have been confirmed through testing.
Paradise is facing a new test. Following the Camp Fire, houses were being built, businesses reopening but in the midst of a pandemic, this entire healing process has been changed. Action News Now Scott Rates has more on survivors dealing with it all.
Anchor Scott Rates asked Miller several questions, including if he thinks recent state projections will hold true.
The Vice Mayor of Paradise, turned himself in at the Butte County Jail Tuesday after an investigation revealed he had been sending sexually explicit text messages and photos to an undercover sheriff's deputy, according to the Butte County Sheriff's Office.
Action News Now is tracking how our local counties are working to stay ahead of the spread of the coronavirus. Tehama County has one confirmed case. Scott Rates shares how the county is responding.
Wednesday afternoon at 3:08 p.m., an earthquake registering 5.2 on the Richter scale shook the North Coast.
Two pedestrians walking on West 5th St. in Chico were targets of a drive-by shooting, luckily neither was injured.
The Inspire School of Arts & Sciences will perform "Oklahoma" and their opening night is Saturday, Feb. 22.
Oroville city officials are calling it a “huge victory.” The city council is moving forward with a restriction on the sale of all flavored tobacco products.
A single-engine Cessna airplane carrying dozens of packages crashed into the water near Woodley Island, according to the Humboldt County Sherriff’s office.
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