Angel HurachaSocial Media & Web Editor
Angel Huracha has been a part of the journalism field since 2006 and has covered a range of topics. He is a graduate of Chico State with a Bachelor's degree in news-editorial and public relations with a minor in English.
With journalism expanding its strength in various areas, he can quickly adapt to any form of storytelling. His experience lies in print, digital, and radio. He is currently the Social Media and Web Editor for NSPR.
Previously, he was an Account Manager and Social Media Specialist with SynMedia for six years, a columnist and arts writer for Chico Enterprise-Record, Music Director with KCSC Radio, and Social Media Assistant at Tehama Group Communications.
He remains a huge fan of social media as much as he does of fried chicken, hipster tunes, and Jennifer Aniston rom-coms.
NSPR’s Angel Huracha spoke with Cal Fire Public Information Officer Mitch Matlow on Monday for updates on the fire’s condition and the possibility of showers and thunderstorms this week.
As of Thursday morning, the Dixie Fire expanded to more than 100,000 acres. According to Cal Fire’s Butte Unit, the containment stands at 17%, a slight increase from Wednesday’s 15%. NSPR’s Alec Stutson spoke with Cal Fire Public Information Officer Rick Carhart on Thursday about updates on the fire’s conditions and the possibility of new communities being threatened.
Pride Month is in full swing in the North State and across the nation. Now, after more than a year of isolation, we're ready to celebrate with workshops, drag performances, and of course, the annual festivals.