Shosh Bedrosian is a reporter for WAAY
Born and raised in New York, I have always enjoyed trying new things. In line with this, moving to Alabama was an obvious choice for me!
I have always been eager about getting my start as a journalist. From a young age, I was inspired by stories that promote and create change within communities. This opportunity to report at WAAY 31 in Northern Alabama excites me because I get to learn and share stories of those from all different communities.
I studied Television-Radio at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York and graduated magna cum laude in May 2019. While at Ithaca I was a member of the Ithaca College Women's Soccer Team (Go Bombers!) and interned locally for WENY-TV in Elmira, New York, NBC Sports in PyeongChang for the 2018 Winter Olympics, WABC-TV in the Investigative Unit, and with MSNBC in New York City.
I love to travel and learn of different cultures. That being said, I am a huge foodie and have a passion for trying new foods and local cuisine. I am willing to try anything I can get my hands on!
I am looking forward to weaving myself into the community and learning the culture of Huntsville through the people I meet. I am honored to be here and to learn more about the you through your stories.
State lawmakers are still trying to figure out where to find money for prison reforms.
State lawmakers are pushing for major reform in public school education in the incoming legislative session.
Sean Tharpe and Jordan Raper are currently in the Morgan County Jail.
On Friday, Limestone County School District sent out a notice that their buses will no longer cross the Leggtown bridge because of the weight limit.
The Salvation Army usually has 20-30 people spend a night. They said this number usually doubles during cold weather.
Shadeed Fuqua is accussed of shooting and killing Jarmaine Jones, while out on bond for other charges. Those previous charges were revoked.
The Athens City Council is working on ways to better enforce the law and educate people about littering.
The damage from Wednesday's night storm happened off of Dug Hill Road in Brownsboro, Madison County.
Electrical crews installed new power lines at the school and crews started to put up a fence around the perimeter of the school.
Limestone County Judge Douglas Patterson is charged with use of official position or office for personal gain, financial exploitation of the elderly first-degree and theft third-degree.