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.
On Friday morning, security camera footage shows the suspect taking off in a stolen Jeep. Witnesses say a suspect is in custody after crashing through a fence, but the car owner's dog, Oliver, is still missing.
Taqueria Don Sammy in Orland is hoping the Amazon warehouse opening soon will bring more people to the city, as well as more business for the community. The city is hoping for the same.
The non-profit 'From the Ground Up' was awarded a $100,000 grant from the North Valley Community Foundation to get rid of dead or hazardous trees on private property. They say it's about time.
Freelancers, the self-employed, and people who work job-to-job must file their taxes by tomorrow's midnight deadline. Everyone else has their tax deadline extended until May 17 because of the pandemic.
A fire in Oroville was quickly contained after an RV caught fire, spreading flames to nearby vegetation.
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the state would put $536 million dollars across the state to prepare in case of another big wildfire season. Butte County Cal Fire has already started fire breaks and fuel reductions and says the money is a big help.
Several parents went in-person and over the phone to advocate for students to fully return to the classroom. CDC guidelines allow for 3-feet distance, but the board made no changes to the school year.
Authorities have identified the woman who died at Table Mountain Saturday.
Two Orland High football players, one in JV and one in Varsity, tested positive for the virus last Friday. Players and coaches say they were tested multiple times, but the games were still cancelled.
The IRS says Thursday they sent four million people relief money from the coronavirus relief bill passed in January. One family in Chico we interviewed before they received their money says now, it's a huge help.