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
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

Restaurants, bars and stores on Broadway in Nashville
Mark Humphrey / APEntertainment

Country Musicians In Nashville Use Technology To Survive The Pandemic

Travelers queue up at the Southwest Airlines curbside check-in area at Denver International Airport Sunday, Dec. 26, 2021.
David Zalubowski / APU.S.

Millions Face Holiday Travel Trouble

Nashville's Bridgestone Arena is shown prepared to host the 2022 U.S. Figure Skating Championships.

Figure Skating Championships Still Set As Omicron Spreads

A nutcracker for decoration

Botanical Garden In Nashville Shines For The Holidays

Half-siblings Judy Saxton and Sean Lynch

Siblings Meet For First Time Following Kentucky Tornado

A table shows handmade teas that could be gifted for the holidays.

How Some Sellers Avoid Supply Chain Issues With Creative Gifts

Aerial view of tornado damage in Kentucky
John MoneSci/Health

President Biden Touring Tornado Damage In Kentucky

Tornado damage in Kentucky
Newsy / Stephanie SandovalSci/Health

Tornado Survivors Recount Experience In Kentucky

Tornado damage in Mayfield, Kentucky

Mayfield, Kentucky Residents Sift Through Rubble For Lost Items

A party bus in Nashville

Nashville Party Buses Face New Regulations For Safety

Holiday shoppers
Chris O'Meara / APU.S.

Coping With The Stress Of Black Friday Shopping

The Store in Nashville, Tennessee

How One Nashville Store Is Feeding Its Community

A Shell gas station

Inflation Drives Prices Up As The Holiday Season Approaches

A mural of civil rights icon John Lewis

Nashville Honors Civil Rights Icon John Lewis

Construction worker putting down pavement

New Paving Methods Can Repurpose Tons Of Plastic Waste Into Roads

A house in rural Mississippi

Rural America Sees Rise In Infant Mortality

A home built by Habitat for Humanity

Habitat For Humanity: Rebuilding New Orleans After Katrina

A recycling bin

It's Tough To Recycle Plastic In The U.S.

A trailer lies on its side after Hurricane Ida
Newsy StaffSci/Health

Hurricane Ida, 1 Month Later

Searchers hunt for missing persons in Waverly, Tennessee.
Tammy Estwick / NewsyU.S.

Search Continues For Tennessee Flood Victims

People look through a home damaged by a flood
Mark Humphrey / APSci/Health

Rural Tennessee Community Works Together On Flood Recovery

migrants get on boats
Ivan Valencia / APWorld

More Cubans Flee To U.S. Amid Political Turmoil, Government Crackdown

Graphic of submitted comments on social media

What's The Biggest Lesson You've Learned From The Pandemic?

National Museum of American History Center

Some U.S. Cities Continue Reopening, Others Restart Masking Mandates

Cuban protest outside White House
Jose Luis Magana / APU.S.

Activists Call For Internet Balloons In Cuba Amid Protests