Princess is a multimedia journalist for News15.
Princess Jhané Stepherson-Lowry is a News Reporter and fill in Anchor and Producer.
Princess Jhané joined News 15 in August of 2020 from the Sunshine State of Florida. She was born in Rochester, New York and was raised in Jacksonville, Florida. She found her love for storytelling after becoming a lead editor and sports reporter for her high schools' yearbook two years running.
After graduating high school Princess Jhané went to pursue a Bachelor's of Science in Broadcast Journalism from The University of Central Florida “Go Knights, Charge On.” She graduated from UCF in the Spring of 2018 with a double minor in Creative Writing and Writing and Rhetoric. She made the Dean's List twice in her Senior year at UCF.
Princess Jhané has worked as a news intern for Hearst Televisions WESH 2 News in Orlando, Florida. She’s been a student reporter, anchor and producer for UCF’s Knightly News webcast. As well as interned as a videographer for UCF Athletics.
Princess Jhané enjoys taking on challenging stories. In her spare time, she loves traveling, having a good dinner, movie and game night with friends and family. When Princess Jhané isn’t in front of the big screen she likes to have downtime and reconnect with all of her newsy friends across the country.
President Biden is giving $39B of his COVID-19 relief package to daycare centers.
The President is making his rounds on his "Get America Back on Track Tour" as he visits Lake Charles and New Orleans, Louisiana. President Biden says he wants to help fix our states poor roads and bridges.
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Evangeline Parish Sheriff Charles Guillory has proposed a one cent sales tax increase for the Sheriff's Department. He says he needs more officers.
Coronavirus vaccinations are still rising but if you've already had covid do you still need to get vaccinated?
When double masking was first introduced some people questioned if it would be effective. Texas and Mississippi announced the end of mask mandates on Tuesday. Following the announcement some people are wondering if they should double up or even mask at all.