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
Georgia voters line up for early voting on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022

Early Voting Begins In Parts Of Georgia Ahead Of Crucial Senate Runoff

Shoppers exit a Claire's accessories store advertising sales ahead of Black Friday.
Rebecca Blackwell / APLife

Holiday Shopping Kicks Off With Inflation Dampening Spirits

People wait for a Senate hearing to begin to discuss a fetal heartbeat abortion ban in Tennessee.
Mark Humphrey / APPolitics

Patients Are Concerned With The Future Of Fertility Treatments

Amazon Logo.
Mark Lennihan/ APTech

Jewish Organizations Urge Amazon To Remove Antisemitic Documentary

Teachers launch a ball from a small parachute during a workshop helping teachers find a balance in their curriculum
Charles Krupa / APU.S.

How School Boards Became A Political Front Line

Ted Budd and Cheri Beasley
Travis Long / APPolitics

North Carolina Senate Race Is Neck And Neck

An inmate from SF County men's jail in San Bruno, California.
Liz Hafalia/San Francisco Chronicle via APPolitics

5 States Voting On 'Slavery Loophole' Ballot Amendments In Midterms

President Joe Biden speaks about student loan debt relief at Delaware State University
Evan Vucci / APU.S.

Court Temporarily Blocks Pres. Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness

Vicki Yslas, 64, has two grandchildren living with her.

Some Fear How The 8.7% Hike To Social Security Checks Will Affect Them

Residents drive through a flooded neighborhood Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022, in North Port, Fla.
Chris O'Meara / APU.S.

Floridians Endure Slow Wait For Power Knocked Out By Ian

A Port Charlotte signed is shown on a tilt.
NewsyScience and Health

Port Charlotte Residents Pick Up The Pieces Left By Hurricane Ian

An aerial shot shows damage from Hurricane Ian on Estero Island in Fort Myers Beach, Fla.
 Science and Health

Dozens Dead From Ian, One Of The Strongest, Costliest U.S. Storms

Satellite image released by NASA shows Hurricane Ian growing stronger as it barreled toward Cuba.
NASA Worldview / Earth Observing System Data and Information SystemScience and Health

Some Florida Transplants Are Preparing For Their First Hurricane

Transmission tower.
Rick Bowmer / APBusiness

Report: Americans To Pay More To Heat Their Homes This Winter

The National Alliance on Mental Illness in Mississippi
NewsyScience and Health

Advocates, Patients Push For Mental Health Resources In Mississippi

Shopper checks their grocery list.
NAM Y HUH / APBusiness

Americans Face Tough Decisions As Food Prices Continue To Soar

Water trickles out of a faucet.
Steve Helber / APU.S.

The EPA Is Investigating The Jackson, Mississippi Water Crisis

Mayfield, Kentucky rebuilds.

Kentucky Residents Work To Rebuild 9 Months After Deadly Tornado

Empty desks in a classroom
Michal Dyjuk / APScience and Health

New Orleans Students' PTSD Rank Higher Than The National Average

Southern Decadence festival in New Orleans.

White House Sends Monkeypox Vaccines To Labor Day Weekend Pride Events

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves speaks at a press conference regarding Jackson's ongoing water crisis.
Hannah Mattix / The Clarion-Ledger via APScience and Health

Mississippi Governor Declares State Of Emergency Over Water Crisis

Flooding in Louisiana after Hurricane Ida
Gerald Herbert / APScience and Health

The Long Road To Recovery After Hurricane Ida

Nancy Davis stands on the steps of Louisiana's state Capitol building alongside her attorney and others.

Louisiana Woman Was Denied An Abortion For Fetus Without A Skull

a protester holds a photo of Heather Heyer on Boston Common
Michael Dwyer / APU.S.

Charlottesville Community Remembers Violent "Unite The Right" Riot

White nationalist demonstrators walk into Lee park surrounded by counter demonstrators in Charlottesville
Steve Helber / APU.S.

Reflecting On The Charlottesville Rally Attack, 5 Years Later

Granddaddy’s Famous Hot Chicken in Nashville, Tennessee
Newsy / Stephanie SandovalBusiness

Inflation Taking A Bite Out Of Restaurant Owners Across The Country

People are evacuated from floodwaters in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida in LaPlace, LA.

Ever-Growing Cost Of Evacuating Pushes Some To Stay In Disaster Zones

Hope Medical Group for Women

A Judge Ruled Abortion Clinics In Louisiana Can Continue Operating

A photo of a young Emmett Till in Chicago

Emmett Till's Family Seeks Arrest After Finding 1955 Warrant

Anti-abortion activist Coleman Boyd stands outside the Jackson Women's Health Organization clinic.
Rogelio V. Solis / APPolitics

Mississippi Abortion Clinic Is Fighting Back Against Trigger Law