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.
Two students found an X-rated flyer on a power pole just blocks away from Meeter Elementary School in Red Bluff. Their mother speaking out after she says this is the second time they return with a vulgar poster.
A destructive trend that has already seen students causing damage to bathrooms across our area is continuing to go viral.
A 15-year plan in the making. 'The Plan,' as Valley's Edge website calls it, is a 1,446-acre plot of land that will be preserved, built on, and turned into almost like a city within Chico.
Sept. 14 polls will open across the state. Current polls have Gov. Gavin Newsom staying above the 50.1% mark needed to halt recall efforts.
The City of Chico could be split into five districts, one for each seat on the board. Members of the board hoping for public input on the potentially new election process.
Two Football season opener games canceled by a COVID exposure, and others canceled because of the poor air quality. Parents realize not every game is a given.
Thursday was the first day the Butte County Fair opened to everyone. Organizers say this was the most amount of businesses and vendors they've ever had. One business was waiting for this return, while people there were taking precautions.
Afghanistan veteran Clint Crane is watching the situation unfold from halfway around the world, as are many veterans. He says he feels for his brother's and sister's abroad, but the situation is in 'God's hands'.
Amber Couch and her two children are staying in Reno after being forced out of their home in Milford because of the Dixie Fire. Coral Apple Foundation purchased over 100 rooms for evacuees thanks to several donations.
Mike Boughton spent $15,000 of his own money to buy a travel trailer after losing his home for the second time in three years in the Dixie and Camp Fires.