Stephanie is an Emmy Award winning veteran reporter for CBS 11 News, covering all types of events and issues here in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. She is currently one of the featured reporters for the CBS 11 News Morning Show and the CBS 11 News at 11:00 a.m.
Stephanie is a native of Los Angeles, and she has worked as a reporter in Reno, Nevada, Las Vegas and New Orleans, Louisiana, as well as here in North Texas.
Over the course of her career Stephanie has covered immigration and education issues in Texas, earthquakes in California, and hurricanes along the Gulf, including an on-going series of stories after Hurricane Katrina.
She is the proud mom of teenage twin boys, who will be driving soon. Stephanie is a band mom, a school volunteer and one of the founding members of the DFW Network of Hispanic Communicators.
The owner of Buc-ee’s says he has devoted most of his time to the proposed Buc-ees in Corinth and now he’ll focus on Fort Worth.
After a six-hour meeting that stretched into the early hours Friday, a sharply divided Corinth City Council voted to reject a proposed Buc-ee’s convenience store that would have been located off I-35.
With just 12 days remaining before classes begin in Dallas, the school district is scrambling to hire as many as 100 teachers.
Nearly 90 firefighters were needed to battle a fire at the former home of Hoover Furniture in Fort Worth on Tuesday night. There are no reports of injuries.
Dallas Police are trying to determine what caused a man to open fire on authorities in an upscale, private community in north Dallas on Monday.
Monday will mark the first day of practice for high school football teams across north Texas. They are welcoming the return of a Texas tradition, but they’re stuck with the heat.
A violent crash involving two motorcycles in Arlington early Friday left one person dead and another person injured.
The Dallas City Council on Wednesday is debating a proposal to possibly regulate where the city’s registered sex offenders are permitted to live.
A crash involving three vehicles in south Arlington early Wednesday morning left one woman dead and three other people injured.
Nancy Writebol, the second American infected with the Ebola virus, landed back in the United States on Tuesday morning.
The CDC confirmed that Fort Worth doctor Kent Brantly, who was infected with the Ebola virus while working in West Africa, is showing strong signs of improvement.
A hit-and-run driver slammed into a North Texas Tollway Authority convoy early Monday morning in Grand Prairie, killing a contract worker.