Lisa Sacaccio

Morning Anchor

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Meet Lisa Sacaccio

Lisa Sacaccio joined the WTVY/WRGX News Team in June 2016 as a Reporter/Producer, and became the anchor for WTVY News 4 This Morning in July 2017.

Lisa is a born and raised New Yorker from Staten Island. Her passion for journalism began in high school where she helped produce the school’s newscast and online newspaper. She continued her passion by studying at Campbell University and majoring in communications with a concentration in Broadcasting and minor in Sports Business. Lisa served as a producer/director for the campus’s weekly sports and news programs, and was a sideline reporter for CU baseball games. She was also an active member of the Campbell Dance Team, serving as captain her senior year.

During Lisa’s free time she loves to dance, watch baseball games, and go to the beach. She also adores animals- in particular her cat Soho.

Lisa is thrilled to call Dothan her home and ecstatic to be part of the WTVY family. If you have a story for her or any questions, don’t hesitate to email her at lisa@wtvy.com. You can also follow her on twitter at @lisasacaccio


Sports Headlines

Updated: 12/16/2017 - Brandon Silvers accounted for five touchdowns and Troy’s defense recorded six sacks as the Trojans systematically dismantled North Texas, 50-30, Saturday at the Mercedes-Super Dome in the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.

Posted: 12/13/2017 - Dothan Leisure Services will hold signups for youth baseball and youth fast pitch softball January 13th, 16-19th, and 20th.

Posted: 12/12/2017 - Rehobeth standout Polly Glass signed a National Letter of Intent with Faulkner University women's basketball on Tuesday.

Posted: 12/11/2017 - Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year Marcus Jones bolstered his resume as he was named to the ESPN Freshman All-America Team, the network announced Monday.

Posted: 12/09/2017 - Troy tied the Sun Belt Conference record for points in a game and set an NCAA record with 81 points in the first half throttling Montevallo, 130-50, in Trojan Arena on Saturday.