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.
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The Redding Police Department is holding events this month to bring awareness of Elder Abuse.
The Shasta County Health and Human Service Department has created a list of public places residents can visit over the summer when the outdoors is too much.
Starting Monday, June 3, at 8 a.m. debris-pile burning will no longer be allowed within Redding city limits and parts of Shasta County.
Brandy Creek Beach will open Friday, May 31 for the first time since the Carr Fire.
Caltrans District 2 will begin work on a portion of State Route 89 on May 28.
According to AAA, 3.2 million people are expected to fly between Thursday and Tuesday, and more than 1,000 will be in and out of the Redding Airport.
Millions of people are expected to hit the road during Memorial Day Weekend.
One man is getting the chance to thank the team that saved his life.
Public Policy Institute of California study shows that smaller counties have higher arrests rates.
Action News Now met up with Camp Fire survivors who are now living in San Jose to see how life has changed over the last six months