KSN News Anchor/Reporter
As one of the best-known faces on Wichita television, Stephanie co-anchors the weekday editions of KSN News @ Noon, 5 and 6 p.m.
As an anchor/reporter with KSN since 1990, Stephanie has covered every beat from crime to health news. She's also hosted every newscast, including mornings, weekends and evenings!
Stephanie grew up in Mulvane, Kansas and finished high school in Colorado. She received her journalism degree from Colorado State University in 1989. Stephanie began her career as a reporter for KSNT in Topeka. She has been recognized numerous times for journalistic excellence in her career including first place awards from the Associated Press and the Kansas Association of Broadcasters.
Stephanie lives in Derby and is married with a son and a daughter. Her family enjoys travel, motorcycles and going to movies. She spends some of her free time working with her daughter's Girl Scout troop and volunteering at St. Mary's in Derby.
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