LaShanda McCuin

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LaShanda McCuin is from Dallas, she joined KAVU in February 2019 as a Multimedia Journalist.
At a young age, LaShanda was a track and field athlete and her talents earned her a college scholarship to Langston University.
She graduated from Langston with a bachelors degree in psychology. Then she went back to school for broadcasting journalism.
LaShanda found her passion in broadcast journalism and became a voice for the voiceless. She also loves telling stories and providing information to the community.
If you have any story ideas or tips for LaShanda feel free to email her at lmccuin@victoriatelevision.com or follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

Articles

Governor Abbott visits Victoria to talk about providing schools with the equipment it needs

Waitr Looking for 100 Workers in Victoria

Food Delivery Service Seeking New Drivers

The Help American Vote Act grant could help the Victoria County Election office receive updated equipment

Tax Free weekend has additional items that are now included due to COVID-19

Certain essential workers get special discounts

Local medical staff weigh in on relief offered by U.S. Army Reserve medical Task Force

V.I.S.D. School Board explained its plans for the 2020-2021 property tax rate

Board members looking at $1.18 rate

Victoria County Judge addresses his goal for property taxes in 2021

The County updated the community about the CARES Act and Coronavirus Relief Funds

After the recent storms experts say getting rid of standing water can help eliminate mosquitoes

September 11th Tower Climb to be held in Victoria

Dr. Branfman overcame COVID-19 and describes the symptoms he experienced during the virus

The U.S Department of Defense deployed the Army Reserve medical task force to help DeTar Hospital

Crossroads Clinical Research is looking for people to participate in the COVID-19 testing trial

Governor Greg Abbott talks about Hurricane Hanna recovery process

The Victoria County Commissioners discussed $3.9 million fiscal discrepancy from 2018 to 2019

Vacation cut short for beachgoers as they prepare for Tropical Storm Hanna

Ruben Alvarez expressed his gratitude to everyone involved in saving his life

"I told him to tell my fiance that I loved her," says a local cardiac arrest survivor

KAVU celebrates 38 years of serving the Crossroads community

Grace Transition Education Service helps a young man learn skills that could launch his career

COVID-19 Emergency Room beds are nearly full but patients are still receiving treatment

The Texas Zoo needs help to financially survive this pandemic

It costs about $40,000 a month to operate the zoo

State sends in reinforcements to PAM North to help with rise of COVID-19 cases

The Salvation Army of Victoria is in need of cash donations to continue providing assistance

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a shortage of workers for Tuesday's Election Day

The TEA provides new guidelines for students to make a safe return during the COVID-19 Pandemic

There's a severe shortage of ICU beds in the Crossroads community due to the spike of COVID-19 cases

The Republican Tax Assessor-Collector runoff is currently in progress

Cuero City Council mandates face coverings for all businesses to stop the spread of COVID-19

Starting July 3rd at 6 a.m.

The 4th of July traveling can be dangerous TxDot provides a few safe driving tips

Alamo Fireworks has seen a spike in sales during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Fireworks and sparklers are prohibited within city limits

Victoria County has 146 new cases of COVID-19 this is the highest number ever reported in this city

A Committee has been assigned to oversee the Coronavirus Relief Funding Program

Victoria County has confirmed 17 new cases of COVID-19

Wharton County reported 22 new cases of COVID-19

Here's a few ways to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus while at the pool

Brazoria County has reported 57 cases of COVID-19

US Marshals searching for Minnesota couple who are arson persons of interest a $20,000 ATF reward offered

Couple is believed to have traveled south, possibly to Mexico

Rockport Art Festival canceled over COVID-19 concerns

July 4-5 event will not be rescheduled this year; July 2 auction to continue as planned

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