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.
Several dozen families are without homes on Monday after a five-alarm fire ripped through an Oak Cliff apartment complex on Sunday.
Arson investigators are at the scene of an intense fire which took place early Friday morning at a vacant Dallas apartment building. Nobody was injured in this incident.
Authorities in Carrollton said that a wrong-way driver is responsible for causing four separate crashes along Interstate-35E early Friday morning.
A robbery outside of a Dallas grocery store ended in gunfire. Now, authorities are trying to determine if the victim should face charges.
Two men who were convicted of killing a South Dallas pastor more than 15 years ago have now been set free.
A community is mourning the loss of a 12-year-old boy who was killed in a bizarre incident involving an unlicensed 16-year-old driver on Friday evening in Lewisville.
Parents are on high alert in Crowley, where authorities say two suspicious men attempted to lure children into their vehicle at a bus stop on Thursday morning.
For the local family hit hardest the first Ebola case in North Texas, the road to rebuilding their lives in just beginning.
Police in Dallas are investigating a situation that resulted in an officer firing his weapon. Nobody was injured during the incident. Officials have not released many other details.
Gov. Rick Perry on Tuesday afternoon announced his plans for a fully equipped and trained Ebola containment facility, and it is located in Richardson.
Among the people now released from quarantine for Ebola concerns are eight students who started returning to classes in Dallas this week.
The Riverside Bridge in Fort Worth, the final part of the North Tarrant Express road project, opened to traffic on Monday morning, months ahead of schedule.