Making the move from SoCal to NorCal, Esteban Reynoso joined the Action News Now family in June of 2020.
From San Fernando just north of Los Angeles, he worked with KCBS/KCAL as a Production Assistant and Weather Producer. Before that, Esteban was selected as one of 50 out of 4,500 applicants nationwide to intern with CBS Network in New York City last summer while attending his alma mater, Cal State University, Northridge.
Esteban loves to spend time with his family, and his two dogs. He loves to cook, even if he’s not good at it, and play basketball.
His greatest gift is his voice, and he wants to use it to tell your stories. Everyone’s got a story to tell, they just need the opportunity.
A total of 33 personnel, four water tankers, and eight fire engines fought a structure fire in Gridley that destroyed a home.
Chico city council laid the groundwork for possible fines in the city when it comes to enforcing future COVID-19 guidelines.
The school year begins in less than two weeks for the Chico Unified School District, and some teachers say they are not very comfortable with the distance learning gameplan. Action News Now spoke to several teachers and they say it's a mixed bowl of frustration, confusion, and acceptance. But both the district and teachers have one common focus - the students.
The Chico City Council passed a motion Tuesday that will allow for city staff to begin to fine businesses and may lead to fine people that are not in compliance with the state guidelines. It was the first time people were able to speak in front of the city council in five months.
The Chico City Council began to crack down on businesses that are staying open after the county was placed on the state's watchlist and for some businesses, the threat of facing all those fines worked.
The deadline has now passed for Chico Unified parents to choose which online education will work for their own children. Teachers are still worried about education with online learning.
Chico State will go virtual this upcoming fall just like all other Cal States, and businesses around the city are struggling to make ends meet.
In response to Butte County being placed on the state's watchlist, Mayor Ann Schwab called a special meeting to discuss the city's future measures of the pandemic.
A Chico couple is using 3-D printers and an open-source design called ear savers to make masks more comfortable.
Chico Marketplace sent a notice to mall employees that it is going to stay open, despite Butte County being on the state's watchlist.
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