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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People in Jonesborough headed to the steps of the courthouse Sunday afternoon honoring the 227th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution.

Boys and girls club receives new playground

After almost four years of planning, the Boys and Girls Club of Johnson City finally received their new playground Saturday, but it's not ready for the kids to use just yet.

Buddy walk for Down syndrome awareness held in Johnson City

Families and friends headed to the ETSU soccer field Saturday for the annual Buddy Walk for Down syndrome awareness.

Colgate brings mobile dentist office to Jonesborough

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POW/MIA day ceremony held at the Veterans Memorial

Across the country today local POW/MIA ceremonies were held to recognize and honor those who were Prisoners of War or still missing in action.

New study links migraines and Parkinson's disease

It's the most common brain disorder in both men and women and now a new study shows people who suffer from a specific type of migraine have double the risk of developing Parkinson's disease

ETSU evaluates safety procedures following alleged rape

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Johnson City family receives new home

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