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

Wind farm project adds 61 turbines to Benton County

The turbines equal an additional $300 million investment into the Meadow Lake wind farm. They were installed over the last year.

Church helping pay off Hoosiers' medical debt

Northview Church raised $20,000 during recent congregations. The money will be used to cover $2 million worth of medical debt by partnering with a charity.

Lafayette's new IMAX theater set to open this weekend

The new IMAX theater is the final piece to a multi-part renovation project across Greater Lafayette's three movie theaters.

Veedersburg planning new future for former depot

The Clover Leaf Depot opened in 1903. It stopped operations over three decades ago. But members of the Veedersburg community are working to bring new life to the building.

Tippecanoe Building Trades offering summer trades camp

The camp is offering a hands on looking into trade careers.

Otterbein Elementary School receives Inclusion Award

The school received the award Monday afternoon from "Down Syndrome Indiana." It's for providing equal learning opportunities for all students.

Farmers remain behind schedule planting crops due to rain

The USDA's newest crop progress report shows Hoosier farmers are still more than 60% behind schedule planting corn by this time of year.

Students prepare for severe weather field study

Students from Purdue's Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences department will be heading towards Tornado Alley for part of Purdue's Severe Storms Field Work course.

American Legion Post 492 Elects First Ever Female Commander

Jill Wable will serve as the Post's commander for the next year.

Flag planted at Indiana Veteran's Home

2,500 flags were planted Tuesday morning as part of Duke Energy's Action Month.

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