Tori Apodaca joined the Action News Now team in February 2021.
Tori Apodaca joined the Action News Now Team as a reporter in February of 2021.
Tori graduated summa cum laude from Biola University in December 2020 with a degree in broadcast journalism.
She spent her final semester interning with CNN Atlanta covering the historical 2020 election and COVID-19. Before this, Tori was the anchor and executive producer of her college’s television news station and a production assistant at LA Channel 36.
Tori also dedicated her time as a collegiate athlete playing softball for the Biola Eagles.
She loves to spend time with her family and friends in the outdoors. She also has a huge passion for food and fitness.
A SoCal-native, Tori is thrilled to explore the other side of the state and humbled to tell your stories.
Have a news tip or story idea? She would love to connect with you! Find her on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook or please email.
Butte College started a $12.4 million project to provide classrooms, a science lab, and computer labs for students in Orland.
The Shabby Sisterhood in Red Bluff is helping small businesses survive and thrive through the pandemic.
A total of 41 counties are now under an emergency drought declaration in California including Butte, Shasta, Tehama, Modoc, Glenn and Trinity.
The Paradise Town Council meets Tuesday night to vote on an extension on the urgency ordinance on interim housing.
CSU Women's Soccer reflects on their short time together as a team and looks forward to competition in the fall.
The CUSD Board is making changes in the classroom to meet student needs both emotionally and socially.
The Tehama County Sheriff's Office lost five more employees over the last two weeks as deputies begin to bring failed recruitment policies to the Board of Supervisors.
One local teenager is never backing down from a challenge on the football field or in her scoliosis recovery.
Tehama County kids are learning how to raise livestock and show off their projects as the annual fair returns.
Restaurants in Chico are facing trouble in the hiring process with a lack of applicants over the past months.