Briana Koeneman

Briana Koeneman

Segment Producer / Writer

Briana Koeneman is a segment producer and writer. She joined Scripps News in 2013 after graduating from the University of Missouri with a bachelor's degree in journalism. Briana strives to provide the Scripps News audience with straightforward, fact-driven stories each and every day.

Recent Work
A researcher tests possible COVID-19 antibodies.
AP / David MorrisonScience and Health

Eli Lilly Pulls The Plug On Antibody Study

The app WeChat on a phone.
AP / Jacquelyn MartinTech

U.S. Appeals Court Rejects Immediate WeChat Ban

File photo shows the Twitter app icon on a mobile phone.
AP / Matt RourkeTech

Twitter To Provide Misinformation Warnings Ahead Of Election

A volunteer receives an injection.
Siphiwe Sibeko / APScience and Health

Medicare, Medicaid Will Reportedly Cover COVID-19 Vaccine

A fire burns at a factory following recent shelling during fighting over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
AP / Aziz KarimovWorld

Armenia And Azerbaijan Agree To New Ceasefire Agreement

A patient receives a vaccine.
University of Maryland School of Medicine / APScience and Health

Drugmakers Resume COVID-19 Vaccine Trials

Voters wait in line for early voting at Barclays Center in the Brooklyn borough of New York.
AP / Bebeto MatthewsScience and Health

New York Surpasses Half A Million Coronavirus Cases

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Jose Luis Magana / APPolitics

Pelosi Signals Progress On Coronavirus Relief Bill

A for sale sign stands in front of a house.
AP / Steven SennePolitics

Mortgage Rates Fall To Another Record Low

Signage is pictured at a Walmart store in Oklahoma City.
AP / Sue OgrockiPolitics

Walmart Files Pre-emptive Lawsuit Against U.S. Government

Ghislane Maxwell.
AP / Dominique MollardU.S.

Ghislaine Maxwell's Deposition Transcript Unsealed

Photos show former officers involved in the death of George Floyd.
Hennepin County Sheriff's OfficeU.S.

Judge Drops 3rd Degree Murder Charge In George Floyd Case

A sign that reads "hiring today" is shown at a grocery store.
AP / Ted S. WarrenPolitics

U.S. Jobless Claims Fell To 787,000 Last Week

Amy Coney Barrett
AP / Susan WalshPolitics

Republicans Advance Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Nomination

Pope Francis attends a inter-religious ceremony for peace.
AP / Gregorio BorgiaWorld

Pope Francis Endorses Civil Unions For Same-Sex Couples

OxyContin pills arranged for a photo at a pharmacy.
AP / Toby TalbotScience and Health

OxyContin Maker To Plead Guilty To Federal Criminal Charges

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine lab tech Sendy Puerto processes blood samples from study participants.
AP / Taimy AlvarezScience and Health

Moderna Eyes December For U.S. Permission For Vaccine Use

A flag is waved outside the White House.
AP / Carolyn KasterPolitics

Trump Administration Sued Over New Visa Rules For Skilled Workers

The sun sets behind the statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee on Monument Avenue in Richmond.
AP / Steve HelberU.S.

Lawsuit Over Robert E. Lee Statue Goes To Trial In Virginia

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi
AP / J. Scott ApplewhitePolitics

Pelosi, Mnuchin Expected To Continue Stimulus Negotiations

Mourners place flowers and pictures at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum.
John Minchillo / APPolitics

Treasury Department Withheld Nearly $4 Million From 9/11 Fund

A man looks out of a window toward a United Airlines flight.
Jeff Chiu / APU.S.

Study Says COVID-19 Spread On Airplanes Is 'Virtually Nonexistent'

A Wells Fargo building is shown in downtown Minneapolis.
Jim Mone / APBusiness

Wells Fargo Fires Employees Over Alleged Coronavirus Relief Fraud

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

Judge Overturns Tennessee Abortion Law Requiring Waiting Period

An envelope containing a 2020 census letter.
AP / Paul SancyaU.S.

Supreme Court Rules 2020 Census Can End Early

The space ship carrying a new crew to the International Space Station blasts off.
APScience and Health

American, Russian Space Travelers Reach International Space Station

An absentee ballot
Mike Stewart / APPolitics

Alaska Voters Don't Need A Witness Signature On Absentee Ballots

A member of staff pours a drink in a pub as the TV screen shows Prime Minister Boris Johnson delivering a statement.
AP / Peter ByrneScience and Health

U.K. Announces New Coronavirus Restrictions

Fallen trees, roof destruction and blue tarps as seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Delta.
AP / Bill FeigU.S.

U.S. Gulf Coast Begins Hurricane Delta Recovery

Kyrgyzstan's President Sooronbai Jeenbekov
Vladimir Voronin / APWorld

Kyrgyzstan's President Says He'll Step Down