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.
A family from Royce City has traveled to Philadelphia to begin an experimental treatment that could save the life of four-year-old Kaitlyn Johnson.
A family is taking the investigation into their son’s death into their own hands and changes have been made at the South Oak Cliff apartment complex where the deadly shooting occurred last Thursday.
Dallas police say Lance Lemons was shot and killed by a tow truck driver, after allegedly getting into the truck and putting it in reverse.
We are exactly three months away from the 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards, which will be held right here in North Texas at AT&T Stadium.
Today is Law Enforcement Appreciation Day and the culmination of Blue Light Alert.
In light of the recent terrorist attack in Paris, security experts are concerned about extremists targeting U.S. churches.
Dallas Cowboys fans were few in number when the team arrived last night at DFW airport, but there were hundreds of fans at AT&T Stadium.
A daring stranger who saved a woman from an attach breaks silence on the whole ordeal.
North Texas Firefighter who was badly burned on the job receives Christmas donation.
A 9-year-old Lake Highlands boy is on a mission to find the person who lost a wallet containing a lot of money. But five weeks have passed, and so far, no one has claimed it.
The senior class at Haltom High School is working on something no other senior class has done before, at this campus.
A short police chase on Tuesday night ended with a violent crash and an incredible explosion. One person was killed in the incident, and the investigation is just beginning.