Elizabeth Zelidon is a general assignment reporter, who joined the Action News Now team in August of 2017.
Elizabeth came to Action news After spending two years at CBS 13 in Sacramento. Some highlights from her time there include coverage on the local Paris train attack heroes, the stabbing of Spencer stone, and the pieing lawsuit of former mayor Kevin Johnson.
Elizabeth was born and raised in the Bay Area then attended college at California State University Sacramento. There she studied Journalism and Spanish, Before graduating in 2014.
When she is not out reporting, you can catch Elizabeth working out, dancing bachata, or spending time with her family.
You can find Elizabeth on Facebook and Twitter.
If you have any story ideas you can email her at email@example.com
Red Bluff Roundup starts back up again on Friday, April 19th. Action News Now reporter Elizabeth Zelidon is live with a preview of what you can expect.
Action News Now reporter Elizabeth Zelidon listened in to the Smart Start class in Redding to learn about the efforts CHP is using to teach teens about safe driving.
The Redding City Council is set to vote on whether to remain in a local state of emergency due to the Carr Fire.
A Shasta County school district is revealing a new, sustainable way for students to get to school.
The man who barricaded himself inside an Oxford Rd. home in Redding was arrested after an eight hour standoff
A photo circulating online has sparked fear among some people living near the Shasta Dam.
A new Shasta County homeless shelter is in the works.
April is distracted driving awareness month. Action News Now reporter Elizabeth Zelidon spoke with one woman about the dangers of texting while driving.
Shasta County saw a devastating emergency in the Carr Fire and now Mercy Medical Center is making sure they are prepared for any catastrophe.
A male volunteer found a homemade weapon at a campsite in Redding. Action News Now reporter Elizabeth Zelidon has obtained the weapon and has more on the safety concerns surrounding cleanups