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.
In just over a year and six months, six people in one Northeast Washington, D.C. neighborhood were diagnosed with the same form of cancer.
The copper thieves are stealthy, sneaking in at night and stealing something valuable – but not necessarily eye-catching.
Carol Dillon Kissal is reportedly taking a job in the private sector, though some question the timing after a recent FTA audit.
An early morning call from this house last week alerted firefighters that a woman had fallen. But when help arrived, the woman refused help, so the firefighters put her in bed and left. A few hours later, there was another call – this time, the woman had died.
State police said the woman drove the wrong way down a street and crashed into a guard rail while attempting to kill her husband with her van.