Patsy Douglas is a news reporter for News15 at KADN-TV.
News 15 news reporter Patsy Douglas is a 2020 graduate of Norfolk State University with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication / Broadcast News.
Patsy was born and raised in Tuscaloosa, Alabama where she discovered her passion for broadcast journalism at their local radio station.
She's interned at two of the top news stations in Norfolk, Virginia, 13 News Now and WAVY-TV 10. She has also worked and produced content with WRAL-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina and The National Association of Black Journalists in Miami, Florida.
Patsy loves telling local stories that are important to the community. Her favorite hobby when she isn't in front of the big screen is mentoring young girls who aspire to get in the media industry.
Patsy is very diverse in media and she has a keen understanding of being a woman of many talents. Be sure to check out her stories on News15.
As Covid-19 precautions become less restrictive , restaurants are starting to see an increase in customers. One here in Lafayette has expanded their business to new heights to make a better experience for people.
Activist group Village 337 that has been working around the community for the past 8 months since the death of Trayford Pellerin is not satisfied with the decision that was made.
Second Harvest Food Bank is lacking volunteers to help combat childhood hunger in Acadiana.
A new option for soon to be mothers is coming to Acadiana. The first owned freestanding birth center is now here in the state of Louisiana.
The number of people suffering from Mental Health problems continues to increase because of the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Officials have seen a 70% increase In Domestic Violence Cases In Acadiana.
Educators and Parents are speaking out after a bill proposed by senate education chairman Cleo Fields that would require children who turn 5 years old to start kindergarten by September 30.
Acting U-S Attorney for Western Louisiana Alexander Van Hook says people have tried to get about $570 million dollars total that they weren't entitled to during covid-19.
Protesters that marched the streets for George Floyd murder in Lafayette say this is a great step forward.
Businesses in Acadiana are struggling to hire people right now as the covid-19 pandemic continues.