Stephanie Santostasi

POSTED: 5:09 PM May 15 2014   UPDATED: 4:03 PM Jun 11 2014
Stephanie-Santostasi

Stephanie comes to the Tri-Cities from Michigan and is excited to escape the cold northern winters.

She graduated from Central Michigan University with dual degrees in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts and Communication. While in school, Stephanie reported, anchored and produced for CMU's award-winning station, News Central 34.

During her college summers, Stephanie interned at WKYC in Cleveland and Fox 2 in Detroit working alongside Emmy award-winning anchors, reporters and producers.

Most recently, she worked as a weekend photojournalist at 9&10 News in Cadillac, Michigan.

When she's not working, Stephanie admits she loves to watch reality TV and chat with her family and friends back in Michigan.

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DINGUS MISTRIAL

Mistrial declared in fatal drunk driving case

A judge declared a mistrial in the case of Cody Dingus, who is charged with vehicular homicide following a 2012 Valentine's Day crash that killed his girlfriend, Sheridan Edwards.

CHILD CARE INSPECTION

New online tool helps parents choose the best child care

There's a new online tool for child care centers. As of this month, Tennessee's Department of Human Services posts their daycare inspection results for parents and the public to see.

House fire sends one man to hospital

A Bristol, Virginia man is recovering Sunday after a trip to the hospital.

Governor McAuliffe addresses health care concerns in Wise County

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe visited Wise County, Virginia Friday to discuss health care issues and concerns in the region.

Fun Fest ends, clean-up begins

Another year of Fun Fest has come to an end but now, the clean-up is underway.

Kingsport woman hosts eight minor league players

It's a long way to the top for many Minor League Baseball players hoping one day they'll get the chance to play in the MLB.

Birthplace of Country Music Museum ready to open

The Birthplace of Country Music Museum is just weeks away from opening in downtown Bristol.

STAN BROCK

Stan Brock, founder of RAM, counts incoming patients.

Hundreds line up for free medical care at Wise RAM

In southwest Virginia people were lining up for free medical care Friday, and some were even in place two days in advance.

Diabetes symposium educates health care providers

Tennessee ranks the 4th highest in the nation in type two diabetes and Virginia isn't far behind at number 23.

Sunday sundaes benefit Cup of Cold Water fund

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream, for a good cause of cours

Biomechanics sports conference brings in people from 28 different countries

Sports researchers, coaches and teachers from around the world head to ETSU this week for the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports Conference.

Laurel Marina & Yacht Club hosts water poker run for charity

Poker, boats and South Holston Lake. Not a bad way to spend a Saturday afternoon and people at the Laurel Marina and Yacht Club got to do just that.

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