Stephanie Sandoval - Newsy

Stephanie Sandoval

Producer / Reporter

Stephanie Sandoval graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism. Right after graduation, she started at Newsy as a content producer. Previously, she was a reporter and producer for KOMU 8 News in Columbia, Missouri. Now, she’s a full-time reporter, producer, editor at Newsy.

Recent Work
An overturned tree sits in front of a tornado-damaged home in Mayfield, KY.
Mark Humphrey / APU.S.

6 Months After Kentucky Tornadoes, Residents Are Still Recovering

Memphis, Tennessee Division of Corrections educates and prepares inmates for a career in hair care.

Natural Hair Program Helps Prepare Inmates For Re-Entry

Tornado destruction in Mayfield, Kentucky.

Kentucky Town Continues Recovery After Devastating Tornadoes

A Hertz car rental
Ted Shaffrey / APU.S.

Hertz Facing Lawsuits After Filing False Police Reports, Arrests

Jackson Women’s Health Organization clinic.

Mississippi Abortion Providers Wait And Worry

A Customs and Border Protection vehicle.
Felix Marquez / APPolitics

Immigration Groups Ramp Up Efforts To Help Migrants When Title 42 Ends

Protesters march after a Minnesota judge halted stricter standards on when police can use deadly force.
Julio Cortez / APU.S.

Understanding How And When Police Use Deadly Force

Yasmin Flanigan.

Mom On TikTok Teaches Others To Save Using Digital Coupons

A W-4 form.
Patrick Sison / APU.S.

On Tax Day, An Extension May Be Better Than Rushing A Return

Green bell peppers in a grocery store

Tennessee To Suspend Grocery Tax For A Month To Curb Inflation

Malik Muhammad, co-owner of Malik Books

Black Bookstore Brings Seeds Of Change

A migrant family passes through a gap in the border wall.
Eugene Garcia / APPolitics

Border Town Pushes To Close Wall Gaps, Though Some Say It's Dangerous

A journal citing Kayla's endometriosis diagnosis, among others

College Student Shares Difficulties With Endometriosis Diagnosis

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis
Rebecca Blackwell / APU.S.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs 'Don't Say Gay' Bill

Kid punching a heavy bag
Adi Guajardo / NewsyU.S.

Boxing Club Offers Kids A Safe Space And Guidance

Artist Breland

Artist Breland Is Breaking Barriers In Music

De'quoia Freeman stands outside of her mobile hair salon

Woman's Mobile Hair Salon Offers Look Into Front Lines Of Pandemic

People commemorates the 57th anniversary of 'Bloody Sunday' in Alabama.

America Commemorates The 57th Anniversary Of 'Bloody Sunday'

Child celebrates Mardi Gras in New Orleans
Gerald Herbert / APU.S.

Mardi Gras Returns To New Orleans With High Community Vaccination Rate

A mural in Jackson, Miss.

Mississippi Residents Want President Biden To Address Poverty

Elisabeth Williams Omilami

Elisabeth Williams Omilami Continues Her Father's Civil Rights Legacy

A house float in New Orleans

How House Floats Became A New Tradition For New Orleans

Homeless encampment.

The U.S. Is Still Struggling To Solve The Homelessness Crisis

The Lacks family and their attorney sit behind a photo of Henrietta Lacks.

Lacks Family Sues For Profits, Permission Of 'Immortal Cells'

Student attending virtual school.

Schools Are Asking Parents For Help Amid Teacher Shortage

Flowers lay in front of the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on Jan. 18, 2021, in Atlanta.
Branden Camp / APU.S.

Atlanta Church Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.

Homeless people have tents set up

How One Community Is Vaccinating The Homeless

A Hylio agriculture spray drone

How Drones Are Changing The Landscape In Agriculture

Remnants after a tornado tore through Kentucky

Kentucky Tornadoes: One Month Later

Front-end loader surrounded by debris
Stephanie Sandoval / NewsyU.S.

Tornado Cleanup Continues In Kentucky As Many Wait To Rebuild