Andryanna Sheppard joined the NewsWatch 12 team in April 2017.
Andryanna was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She recently graduated with honors from San Francisco State University where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts.
While studying at SFSU, she was a reporter and anchor for the campus’ weekly news show, State of Events. She also interned at the Bay Area FOX affiliate, KTVU FOX 2 News in Oakland, California.
Andryanna loves to travel. During her senior year of college, she was able to combine school and traveling by studying abroad in Melbourne, Australia at Swinburne University of Technology.
When she is not reporting, Andryanna can be found reading a new book (her favorite kinds are thrillers) or relaxing while watching cooking shows. She is so excited to explore and enjoy her new home and get to know what Oregon has to offer.
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The 19th annual NewsWatch 12 Sportsmen's and Outdoor Recreation Show begins Friday with everything you need for the great outdoors.
Two big topics the room wanted updates on were President Trump's National Emergency Declaration for a border wall and the Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline
One camp fire survivor is now rebuilding her life in Central Point with a little help from a cereal company.
Oregon law requires that all children in school or in daycare must have up to date documentation on their vaccinations or have an exception. Exclusion the deadline to get those updated documents or the exemption into your child's school or daycare.
People all across the country are showing their opposition to the border wall. Protests took place all across the country today including in southern Oregon. A group of more than 200 people in Ashland held their own rally this afternoon to show their disdain for the border wall.
Around 70 people braved the cold this morning to compete in Sunday’s Gymkhana at the Josephine County Fairgrounds.
Medford Police are investigating what caused a car to crash into the Rogue Regency Inn and Suites on Biddle Road in Medford.
Students in many schools across the region got to enjoy a snow day Wednesday. This is because at least 5 schools were closed and others were on a delay.
Klamath Medical Transport helps people with their non-emergent medical needs, like taking them to and from doctor’s appointments, to pick up prescriptions, etc.
Despite majority support from the City Council, an updated ordinance inviting rideshare companies such as Uber and Lyft to operate in the City now faces an uncertain future.