Stephen Tschida joined the ABC7/WJLA-TV News team in 2002, after 10 years as an anchor/reporter with NewsChannel 8.
He has received national recognition for his work with an Associated Press Award for In-Depth Investigative Reporting.
Tschida's prior experience was as weekend anchor, reporter and managing editor at WDBJ-TV in Roanoke, Virginia and as a reporter at KDLH-TV in Duluth, Minnesota.
Stephen graduated from Regis College with a degree in Mass Communications and Business Administration, and also studied at the University of Southern France.
A North Carolina man has been charged with vulnerable adult neglect after allegedly leaving his 98-year-old mother alone inside a car parked at Maryland Live! Casino for nearly five hours.
Truland Systems, a Reston-based institution that describes itself as the tenth-largest electrical contractor in the country, has abruptly closed down, leaving hundreds of employees without jobs.
A man who is the key person of interest in three slayings in Alexandria will now stand trial on an unrelated gun charge in Loudoun County.
Police are currently investigating a weekend fatal car versus pedestrian accident that took the life of 8-year-old Eli Sachar of Arlington, Va.
Some federal workers apparently kept busy during last year’s government shutdown; exactly nine months have passed since the work stoppage and suddenly, local maternity wards are unusually crowded.