Alicia Esteban joined WHNT News 19 as a producer and multimedia journalist in October 2012.

Alicia is a Canadian-born Spaniard. She was born in Burlington, Canada but quickly moved to the Sunshine State. Her family then relocated a few years later to Venezuela. They didn’t move back to Orlando, Florida until the middle of her freshman year in high school.

A lacrosse and academic scholarship recipient, Alicia graduated from Jacksonville University in Jacksonville, Florida, where she double majored in Communications and French, with a Spanish minor.

As well as English, she is also fluent in Spanish and French.

In her spare time, Alicia coaches middle school girls lacrosse. She is also an avid hockey and soccer fan, enjoys traveling, photography, keeping active and spending time with friends and family.

Recent Articles
  • Chili Cookoff Raises $1,300 For Child Abuse Prevention

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – 17 teams battled to win the title of ‘Best Chili in Madison County’ on November 17, 2012 at the National Children’s Advocacy Center campus in Leadership Huntsville/Madison County Connect Alumni Association’s 3rd Annual Rocket City Chili Cook-Off. The teams also battled to raise money and awareness for the work of the NCAC and the Connect ALL Scholarship. The NCAC promotes excellence in child abuse response and prevention. The Connect ALL Scholarship sponsors one young leader through […]

  • Alabama Schools Compete in Future City Competition Regional Finals

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Dozens of future city planners were showing their creations at UA-Huntsville on Saturday for the non-profit educational program, National Engineers Week Future City Competition. Middle School students created cities in large table-top models. They then present and defend their cities in front of judges. This year’s theme was “Rethink Runoff – Design Clean Solutions to Manage Storm Water Pollution.” The students have been preparing since September. The Alabama Regional Future City Coordinator, Sonya Dillard said, “They […]

  • Stone Ridge Subdivision Celebrates 35th Anniversary

    MADISON, Ala. (WHNT) – The Stone Ridge Subdivision in Madison County has some new signs. The neighbors recently finished fundraising $15,000 to raise money for the signs after they were destroyed during the storms in 2005. This month also marks the neighborhood’s 35th anniversary. The celebration started Saturday morning at 11:30 with a ribbon cutting at the entrance near the new signs. It was then followed by an anniversary reception.

  • Limestone County Bill Of Rights Rally

    LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – A group of people in Limestone County says the Bill of Rights is under attack, and they vow to defend it. They gathered on the steps of the Limestone County Courthouse Saturday morning to talk about their rights as Americans, and let elected officials know how they feel. Some of the speakers urged parents to involve their children in discussions about Constitutional issues. Others suggested more people should involve themselves in political matters, and use […]

  • Fire Damages Home In Hillsboro

    HILLSBORO, Ala. (WHNT) – Around 3:45 a.m. three Volunteer Fire Departments, Hillsboro, Courtland, and Chalybeate, all responded to a house fire on 2nd Avenue in Hillsboro. When Firefighters arrived, part of the roof of the house had already caved in, and flames engulfed the south end. The house had heavy fire, smoke, and water damage. There was a couple living there, however they were not home at the time. The cause of the fire is still unknown.

  • Late Night Shooting On Cutler Drive

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville Police are investigating a late night shooting. It happened Saturday in the 4700 block of Cutler Drive, that’s near Blue Spring Road. Police say a man was shot and taken to Huntsville Hospital. Police say Godwin Odemelan was shot by his girlfriend after what they are calling a domestic situation. The victim is facing life threatening injuries.  

  • Eagle Awareness Weekends In Lake Guntersville State Park

    GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – For more than twenty years now, Lake Guntersville State Park has been offering programs and guided field trips as part of their Eagle Awareness Weekends. Their Eagle Awareness Weekends begin the 1st weekend in January and go through the 3rd weekend in February. One of the trips they take is to the Town Creek Fishing Center. Here they watch the eagles fly out in the morning as they look to find their favorite fishing spots. A […]

  • Two Caught For Stealing At Cell Phone Tower Sites

    FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) – Two Shoals men have been arrested in connection with numerous thefts at cell phone tower sites in Alabama and Mississippi. According to the Colbert County Sheriff’s Department, 43-year-old Dana Linn Hughes and 29-year-old Daniel Dewayne Risner have both been charged with several counts of theft and burglary. Investigators say Hughes and Risner are responsible for stealing copper ground rods and other copper items at tower sites belonging to Verizon and AT&T. Sheriff’s Department Officials say 21 […]

  • Huntsville Man Arrested For Stealing Kitchen Appliances

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Madison Police arrest a man on Friday, who they say stole kitchen appliances from his boss. Investigators say 33-year-old Zavious White took $15,000 worth of kitchen appliances from a delivery business on January first of this year. The theft happened during the overnight hours. Detectives say they found some of the appliances in White’s Huntsville home, and other in a house in Harvest.

  • Madison County Democrats Hold Presidential Inauguration Party

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Madison County democrats held a Presidential Inauguration party Friday evening. The County’s Democratic Party gathered at historic Lowe Mill to celebrate the re-election of President Obama. Local democrats say the efforts of Huntsville Party members made a difference during November’s election. “We had hundreds of hundreds of volunteers that worked here in Huntsville, they went down to Florida, they made phone calls. We had a tremendous effort here that we are very proud of,” said Clete […]

  • New Bond Is Set For Aaron Lucas

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (WHNT) – Several weeks ago, authorities in Colorado arrested 31-year-old Aaron Lucas on multiple charges of sex abuse. Friday, Lucas was in a Colorado courtroom, and a judge has set his bond at half a million dollars. Lucas was arrested in October. Sheriff’s Deputies believe he is connected to several sexual abuse cases in Colorado and Texas. Earlier this month authorities in Madison, Alabama charged him with sexual abuse of a child under 12 and enticing a […]

  • Tools for Teachers: Cheryl Morris

    MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – Meet Cheryl Morris. She is the Second Grade teacher at Cotaco.