Steven Dilsizian

Steven Dilsizian is a reporter for WAAY.

Title: Reporter

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.

Recent Posts by Steven Dilsizian

High-tech libraries in Huntsville to feature 3D printing, more computers to public

The Bessie K Russell Library will move into the current Berachah Academy building in North Huntsville. The Bailey Cove Library will be built where the old Grissom High School once stood on Bailey Cove Road.

Huntsville police prostitution sting nets arrest of ex officer who killed girlfriend

The Huntsville Police Department says a former officer was arrested earlier this week in a prostitution sting.

Federal appeals court rules chalking tires for parking limits unconstitutional

The Federal Appeals Court in Cincinnati ruled the long-time strategy of chalking tires is a violation of the Fourth Amendment.

Celebration of Hope held in Huntsville to raise awareness of mental health, suicide

WAAY 31 was at the church where more than 200 kids gathered to learn how to cope with bullying, suicide and loss.

New NASA Green Building to save thousands of dollars

The new green building will reduce water usage by 30%, use solar panels to power the building, and will save roughly $80,000 per year.

State bill could make murder of first-responder a capital offense

A state bill could put the death penalty on the table automatically for murdering a first-responder.

Alabama businesses can grow, process Hemp with a state license

The Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries granted licenses to 152 hemp growers, 59 hemp processors, and 5 universities.

Lincoln County Jail facing understaffing issue

Both the state of Alabama and Tennessee are facing an understaffing of correctional officers in their jails.

Madison Co. Commission agrees to partially pay for Old Monrovia Road, Wayne Road construction

The Huntsville City Council must vote on fixing the intersection before construction begins.

Huntsville student explains why he jumped off school bus

On Wednesday, Huntsville police told WAAY 31 there are no current charges after officers responded to the intersection of Sparkman Drive and Pulaski Pike after the unusual bus ride.

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