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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Randi Hall and Jonathan Deitrick love sparked after the Camp Fire. Now months later they're expecting their first child together.
Officials from the city of Redding will meet with an out of state agency to discuss wildfire risk reduction.
After the snow storm crews are sharing ways the public can help in a future emergency.
Cleanup efforts are still underway in Shasta County after last week's destructive snowstorm.
Due to an increased population, stores are now having to order more food.
National Weather Service announces winter weather advisory for northern Shasta County
Students at West Cottonwood Junior High will play at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento on Friday, Feb. 8.
Freezing temperatures are expected overnight on Feb. 6, and the Good News Rescue Mission is providing a warm place for the county's homeless in the conditions.
After some beautiful sunny California days, drivers on Friday can expect slick roads throughout the weekend.
People's State of the Union Address in Redding