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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
People look through a home damaged by a flood
Mark Humphrey / APScience and 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
NewsyScience and Health

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

National Museum of American History Center
NewsyScience and Health

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

Cubans protest in Washington, D.C.
Jose Luis Magana / APU.S.

Cubans Call On U.S. To Intervene Amid Historic Uprisings

Mask requirement sign
NewsyScience and Health

COVID-19 Cases Surge Across U.S., Delta Variant Behind Increase

Plato's Closet storefront
NewsyU.S.

Americans Start A Closet Purge, Influx Of Donations Come In

Sha'Carri Richardson
Ashley Landis / APSports

U.S. Runner Sha'Carri Richardson Suspended For Positive Marijuana Test

Box of stink bombs
NewsyU.S.

Fireworks Shortage May Impact Fourth Of July Holiday Celebrations

Activists hold a rally to launch a People's Housing Trust Fund in Kansas City, MO.
Stephanie Sandoval // NEWSY staffU.S.

Tenants, Landlords Fear Eviction Crisis As Moratorium Comes To A Close

A sign in Springfield, MO shows the county's covid-19 vaccination rate.
Stephanie Sandoval / NEWSY staffScience and Health

Southern Missouri Struggles With Weak Vaccine Rate Amid Delta Surge

People hold a flag saying "Black Trans Lives Matter"
APU.S.

LGBTQ Activists Say Misgendering By Police Complicating Crime Fighting

hiring sign outside theatre
NewsyPolitics

First Round Of States To End Federal Pandemic Unemployment Benefits

Aduhelm vial
Biogen / APScience and Health

What You Need To Know About The FDA-Approved Drug For Alzheimer's

Liz Graznak holding plant
NewsyScience and Health

Cover Crops Grow In Popularity, But Not Everyone Can Afford Them

JBS facility
Dan Peled / APU.S.

Meat Producer JBS Expected Its Systems Across U.S. To Be Back Online

JBS meatpacking plant in Greeley, Colorado
David Zalubowski / APTech

Top U.S. Meat Producer Forced To Close Several Facilities

Ohio Vax-a-Million homepage
Ohio governmentScience and Health

States Turn To Cash Prizes To Get Vaccination Rates Up

A shot of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is prepared
Marcio Jose Sanchez / APScience and Health

Will You Need A COVID-19 Booster Shot?

Abortion rights advocates protest
APU.S.

Mississippi Abortion Law Case Is A Direct Challenge To Roe V. Wade

Target sign telling customers they aren't selling trading cards in stores
NewsySports

Target Suspends In-store Sales Of Sports And Pokémon Trading Cards

Scott Gottlieb
J. Scott Applewhite / APScience and Health

Health Experts Say Some Parts Of U.S. Can Ease Up On Indoor Masking

hiring sign outside of a gas station
Keith Srakocic / APBusiness

Businesses Are Offering Applicants Incentives Amid Worker Shortage

vaccination card
David J. Phillip / APScience and Health

States, Businesses Offering Sweeteners For Getting Shots

A person uses an Ethereum ATM
Kin Cheung / APTech

What's The Link Between NFTs And Climate Change?

city of Columbia, Missouri landfill
NewsyScience and Health

Pay-As-You-Throw Garbage Programs Growing Across U.S.

Bald eagles in nest
Edward WhitmoreScience and Health

Eagle Watchers Help Monitor Thriving Eagle Population

Solar panels on home
VideoblocksScience and Health

Solar Panels Are Recyclable — But They're Still Ending Up In Landfills

The IRS
AP ImagesBusiness

Taxing Times: Should I File For An Extension?