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Balint Szalavari

Balint Szalavari joined WLFI in May of 2018 as the weekend meteorologist and a multi-platform journalist.

Title: Weekend Meteorologist and a Multi-platform Journalist.
Balint.szalavari@wlfi.com

Balint Szalavari joined WLFI in May of 2018 as the weekend meteorologist and a multi-platform journalist.

Balint graduated from Ball State University with a major in professional meteorology and minors in both German and telecommunications. During his time in college, Balint interned at WISH-TV and was a weather forecaster for NewsLink Indiana, BSU’s television station.

Having grown up in Indianapolis, Balint is excited to remain close to home as he begins his professional career.

In his free time, Balint enjoys spending time with his family, mountain biking, off-roading, and exercising.

Balint is passionate about the weather and news and loves coming to work every day. Please feel free to contact him with any story ideas!

Recent Posts by Balint Szalavari

Coldwell Banker Shook to move headquarters

After nearly three decades on the corner of 5th and Main Streets, Coldwell Banker Shook Agency is relocating to the former Haywood Printing Building.

West Lafayette Community School Corporation's Lawsuit Changes Direction

The West Lafayette Community School Corporation has dropped its lawsuit against the state, but joined two Northern Indiana school corporations in their lawsuit.

High Tech Crime Unit receives grant

A $100,000 grant is helping provide Tippecanoe County's High Tech Crime Unit with new resources, software and training.

Census Bureau Seeking Part Time Employees

The United States Census Bureau is looking for more than 1,000 employees in Tippecanoe County for the upcoming 2020 census.

Lafayette police investigating shots fired on the city's south side

Police responded to a call for shots fired early Monday morning.

West Lafayette Community School Corporation holding open meeting over future of Happy Hollow

The meeting will discuss West Lafayette Community School Corporation's current lawsuit and taxpayer petition.

Frankfort Chief Of Police to retire

Troy Bacon will retire after serving as Frankfort's Chief of Police for eight years. He will continue to serve as chief until April.

Tippecanoe County children get forever homes during National Adoption Month

Thirteen children found their permanent home in Tippecanoe County Wednesday.

New flight simulator helping address nationwide pilot shortage

Purdue's new Hawker 900XP is helping train the next generation of pilots.

Temporary lane restriction caused by sinkhole

A temporary lane restriction will remain in place along Cushing Drive until repairs are made on a sinkhole in Lindberg Village.

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