Steven Dilsizian is a reporter for WAAY.
I am excited to be joining the WAAY 31 team as a reporter and helping serve the Tennessee Valley.
I grew up in Bethesda, Maryland, right outside of Washington, D.C. and graduated from the University of Maryland. In college, I studied Broadcast Journalism as well as Criminology & Criminal Justice During my time at the University of Maryland, I had the opportunity to be a student anchor and reporter for Capital News Service.
I also interned at USA TODAY, WJLA-ABC7, and NBC Sports Washington where I was able to enhance my broadcast and writing skills. I spent time working for the sports department at some of these internships so if you want to talk any sport, I'm here!
For me, meeting the people in the community and telling the stories that otherwise wouldn't be told are what I enjoy about this job. I look forward to experiencing both of those things here in the Rocket City.
This is the second project the university has created and donated to Harvest Elementary School.
Red Cross is hoping a shift to a new location in Huntsville will help attract new donors.
A man using a cloned credit or debit card successfully made a purchase at the Walgreens on University Drive. The Madison County Sheriff's Office is now looking for him.
There will be two protests in North Alabama at 5 PM on Thursday after former Attorney General Jeff Sessions was forced to step down on Wednesday.
Dr. Sanjeev Saxena is a cardiologist in Fort Payne and is using a new device called DABRA to help treat patients that suffer from Peripheral Arterial Disease.
People of all faiths and backgrounds will gather at Huntsville’s Temple B’nai Sholom for a 30 minute prayer vigil Friday at 6 p.m.
On Thursday, the BallCorps owner revealed he has purchased the naming and marketing rights of the Huntsville Stars.
An information technology study named Huntsville the tenth best tech town in the country.
Alabama's Pardons and Paroles Board opened its doors Monday after cancelling all parole hearings the previous week.
One HudsonAlpha scientist is inching closer to finding the cause of an illness that affects millions of people.