Alizé joined the News Channel 3 team in August of 2011 as a general assignment reporter.

Alizé – who was named after the tradewinds that blow across the Caribbean – traded in the beaches and barbecue of Eastern North Carolina for, well, more beaches in Virginia Beach.

Alizé is originally from Paris, France, but started her broadcasting career in a place that is not known for their beaches – or their French speaking – Montana. She made her way down the jet stream to New Bern, North Carolina, where she reported by week, anchored by weekend for WCTI NewsChannel 12.

When she was not reporting in hurricanes and tornadoes, Alizé was able to experience the many paradises of Eastern North Carolina, including her favorite town by the sea, Oriental.

Some of the most memorable stories she covered during her time there include jumping into the heart of a rip current, skydiving through the skies, and learning to kite board in the Outer Banks.

When she’s not busy hunting down an interview, Alizé can be found exploring everything the 757 has to offer with her wonderful dog, Ava. She enjoys roller blading along the Virginia Beach boardwalk, surfing in Sandbridge, and kite boarding in the shallows of the Outer Banks.

Recent Articles
  • Former Navy SEAL will host film viewing in Virginia Beach

    Alize Proisy is live at the Westin in Town Center with details on "Dishonorable Disclosures". The movie will be screened at the Westin tonight at 6:00 p.m.

  • Franklin celebrates new fluff pulp operations at formerly closed paper mill

    The city of Franklin has a new chance at success.

  • Tonight: Landings and drills at NAS Oceana

    There will be a lot of activity today at Naval Air Station Oceana. NewsChannel 3's Alize Proisy is live outside the base in Virginia Beach with more.

  • Police: Man shot in leg at Norfolk gas station

    NewsChannel 3's Alize Proisy is live on East Little Creek Road with more. At about 1 a.m. this morning, the man who had been shot in the leg showed up at a Shell Station on East Little Creek Road and Chesapeake Boulevard.

  • One-gun-a-month handgun law ends in Virginia

    If you have a clean background and your paperwork is all done, you can now lock and load as many times as you want in Virginia. The law limiting handgun sales to one a month is no longer in effect. This is good news for customers and gun shop owners, but many people are gun shy. Alice Mountjoy with the Virginia Center for Public Safety says the law change could be dangerous. “I just don’t think it’s in the best […]

  • String of shootings in Norfolk Thursday night

    Right now, there's no word if the two shootings in Huntersville are related.

  • Thieves steal $72,000 in catalytic converters from Elizabeth City dealership

    Fifteen brand new Toyota Tundras lined up at an Elizabeth City dealership. They look flawless until you try to start them. All of the trucks are missing essential parts–$72,000 worth of catalytic converters. Lt. John Etheridge from the Elizabeth City police department says the reason the thieves choose to strip a Toyota Tundra is because it is easy to get underneath of it. Crooks didn’t need to lift it. All they needed was a wrench. Truck by truck, Toyota of […]

  • Drivers one step closer to paying toll in Chesapeake

    While most people agree something needs to be done to help traffic roll along Dominion Blvd., many don’t want to pay to see the nightmare go away. A $400 million project is in the works for 2017 where the two-lane drawbridge would be replaced with a high-level, four-lane road so traffic would no longer have to stop for boats. With the current plan, drivers in passenger cars with an EZ pass would pay $1 each way. Everyone else would pay […]

  • OBX locals hope for great season after Hurricane Irene cut last year short

    Debris still lines Highway 12 where Irene ripped through Hatteras Island more than eight months ago.    Some rental homes are still in pieces and parts of the beach have become the home of construction equipment instead of tourists.   Smaller businesses lost weeks of income at the end of last year, so locals have a lot of catching up to do after their season was violently cut short; however, Lee Nettles, who works as the managing director for the […]

  • Virginia a battleground state in the race to the White House

    While the chairs filled up at this event, a former Navy SEAL just outside wanted to represent other community veterans.

  • A new business brings mixed feelings to the Outer Banks

    A new Lowe’s opens Thursday in Kill Devil Hills.  While it brings 125 new jobs to the Outer Banks, some locals say it just doesn’t belong there. “It was a little beach, and then they built Food Lion, and they built the other Food Lion, and they built the Lowe’s, and the movie theater and the Home Depot,” says Scott Small, who has spent his whole life in the Outer Banks. He hates to see his small beach town transform into a corporate tourist […]

  • Mentally challenged man accused of assaulting two women, stripping naked on highway

    Suffolk police say a van carrying several mentally challenged people was going back to a group home in Whaleyville when a man became upset. Police say they pulled over and he attacked two women staff members, pushing one into a ditch.  When police got there, he was naked, stopping traffic in the middle of the highway about a half mile up the road. “It was an awful sight,” says Ricky Derby who was coming home from dinner when he saw the man. “I thought it was […]