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.
Southern California is expecting wind speeds up to 60 miles per hour, triggering a red flag warning Saturday. Five wildland Cal Fire engines from Butte, Lassen, and Modoc were sent down to assist.
After FBI warnings of armed protests at all 50 state capitols, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an order Thursday, deploying 1,000 National Guardsmen to assist CHP. A six-foot fence now runs around the entire building.
Oroville Mayor Chuck Reynolds confirmed with Action News Now that the city council had a closed session item about the possibility of Cal Fire taking over the city's emergency response.
Gov. Gavin Newsom confirms the regional stay-at-home order is being lifted for the greater Sacramento region, which includes Butte County.
Chico police say they are not actively kicking out campers who received eviction notices and consider it more of an official "warning."
The events at the country's Capitol on Wednesday left many people shocked. If civil unrest happens in California, Cal Guard says they are ready when a mission needs to be completed.
In a Facebook video posted to the City of Chico's page, Mayor Andrew Coolidge addressed how the city will tackle homelessness within the city, as well as a proposal for a sales tax increase.
First Responders can show I.D. and get a free beer. People can donate at the Secret Trail Brewery website.
The minimum wage for Californians will increase from $12 to $13 an hour for businesses with less than 26 employees. Some businesses have already been hit by the pandemic, and a wage increase makes it more difficult.
Twelve at-risk residents along with several health care workers received the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine Wednesday, all part of the state's vaccine rollout plan.
Data is updated nightly.
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