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.
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Wells are drying up in Rancho Tehama but orchards nearby are putting in new commercial wells.
St. Elizabeth's Community Hospital is at full capacity with predominately COVID patients.
Red Bluff Joint Union High School District is urging eligible students to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
There is concern over the environmental and safety impacts the campers have on the greenway.
Tehama County experienced a problem with its tabulator as it began counting mail-in-ballots.
The Paradise Town Council is considering making improvements to Skyway to make it a better escape route.
Employees at companies with 100 or more people will need to be vaccinated or weekly tested for COVID-19.
One woman started the pandemic working on the frontlines as a healthcare worker. Now, she and her loved ones are quarantining with the virus.
City Council will make a decision on creating a roundabout or making improvements to the traffic signal on South Main Street and the I-5 northbound ramps.
The low lake levels kept people from launching boats into the lake this weekend, but people still filled the campgrounds.