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Stephanie Woods

Good Morning Cincy! Stephanie Woods is your Traffic Anchor and Reporter on the Fox 19 Morning News! Before coming to the Queen City Stephanie reported for two award-winning news programs and hosted an international talk show. Her work has appeared on MTV, MTVU, Press TV, CNS-TV, and AOL Video.

Stephanie graduated from the Philip Merrill College of Journalism masters program in May of 2011. She reported and anchored for the Capital News Service SPJ award-winning program, Maryland Newsline. During her fall semester Stephanie worked as an intern for Anderson Cooper:360 at the CNN bureau in Washington.

Prior to attending the University of Maryland, Stephanie hosted Hearts and Minds, a political news program on U.S. foreign policy. Press TV and Sky TV broadcast the program throughout Europe, the Middle East, and online worldwide.

Stephanie cut her teeth at MTV News, where she worked as the Delaware Reporter for the Choose Or Lose Street Team '08. Her stories helped Choose Or Lose win a Public Service Emmy for its coverage of the 2008 presidential election.

In 2007 Stephanie earned her bachelor's degree in Foreign Affairs and English from the University of Virginia.

When she's not warning you about traffic snags and making you smile, Stephanie loves to dance, cook, read, and meet new people. Her favorite Graeter's flavor is Buckeye Blitz and she likes her Izzy's Famous Rueben with extra Russian dressing, please :)

Email Stephanie at swoods@fox19.com

Stephanie left the station in August of 2013.

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