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.
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Action News Now reporter Elizabeth Zelidon spoke with bulldozer operator Kevin Berry who became surrounded by flames while fighting the Camp Fire.
The Good News Rescue Mission is hosting its 19th annual Stuff the Truck food drive to help families in need this holiday season.
Cal Fire is accepting applications and they say they're seeing more than usual because of the recent wildfires.
Based on a nationally recognized standard called NFPA 1710 fire engines are supposed to be staffed with 4 fire fighters. The Redding Fire Department only staffs their engines with 2 fire fighters.
JONATHAN RESENDEZ AND HIS DAUGHTER SIENNA WENT BACK DURING FIRE FIGHTING EFFORTS TO SET UP WIFI FOR EVERYONE.
Starting Tuesday 7:30 a.m. eaters across California will be able to order from dozens of new local restaurants with the Uber Eats app. Deliveries will be available from new locations in Lodi, Yuba City, Redding, Eureka, Chico and Visalia.
Shasta Master Gardeners and Re-Grow Shasta help Carr Fire Victims regrow plants.
16-year-old Tyson Wacker dies on Monday after family takes him off life support. He was suffering from injuries sustained in a car crash.
The Redding City Council voted Tuesday night 3-2 on allowing a cannabis cultivation business to move next door to the Good News Rescue Mission
The Redding City Council voted for an engineer to discuss the possibility of taxing homeowners who live in high fire danger areas.