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

Jeffery Nelson is our Military Hero of the Month

District 18 State Senator visits Victoria Economic Development Partnership Meeting

The City of Victoria has hired a consultant for the Parks Master Plan

Palacios vs. Industrial Week eight preview

Both teams have one loss on their record, but are looking to stay undefeated in district

Houston man died following crash with drunk driver on 59 in Victoria County

A fatal car crash occurred on Business 59 early Wednesday morning

A shooting occurred in Vanderbilt that left one person in the hospital and another one in custody

Investigation is ongoing by Jackson County law enforcement

Three people were transferred to a local hospital after a four vehicle crash

More than 500 people cast their ballots before noon on the first day of early voting

Voters lined up as early as 6 a.m.

Here's a preview of the Victoria County candidates on the ballot

Goliad Tigers face the Orange Grove Bulldogs for the first time in nine years

Both teams have lost to Edna in their previous game

Victoria College says enrollment is down by 13 percent

Victoria County Commissioner confirms The Long Term Recovery Group Center is almost complete

Early Voting in Victoria County will start October 13th

A local family shares a near death experience battling COVID-19

One family opened up about how COVID-19 almost claimed the life of their loved one

Hallettsville Sacred Heart Indians VS. Victoria St. Joseph Flyers

ST. Joe will play thier homecoming game in Memorial Stadium tonight at 7:00 p.m.

Robert Zengerle is the Military Hero of the Month

After 7 years Tidehaven and Industrial meet again in High School football

One team is coming off a loss, while the other is coming off a big win

U.S Army Reserve Medical Task Force departs Victoria after helping manage COVID-19 cases

“They helped us out. It was well respected and well needed and then our numbers have slowed."

Sgt. Ruben San Miguel gives an update on two fatal crashes in the Crossroads

Sgt. San Miguel says there's a few things we can do to prevent crashes

"It's life or death," says South Texas Blood and Tissue Center supervisor urging community to donate

South Texas Blood and Tissue Center has about a day supply of blood right now

The Victoria County Commissioners approved the purchasing policy

The Cuero Gobblers and the Yoakum Bulldogs are battling in the 111th rivalry football game

Week three of the 2020 football season

Susanna Bailey receives honor as the Victoria Telecommunicator of the Year

Bailey is one of the first responders honored in ceremony hosted by local Rotary Club

Mayor McCoy expresses a desire to "get our community back on track" in State of the City address

Racial injustice, impact of COVID-19, and property taxes among topics discussed

Sergeant Jason Boyd is being recognized as Deputy of the Year

Boyd has been with VCSO for more than 10 years

VPD Officer Jon De La Rosa to be honored as the Police Officer of the Year

Four local first responders will be honored in ceremony on September 10th

Ganado vs. Tidehaven in Friday night football

The Tigers face off against the Indians in week two of the 2020 season

Victoria City Council approved the Hotel Occupancy funding

Twin Pines North Nursing Home implemented window visits to keep the residence safe from COVID-19

The Salvation Army has fed more than 48k people who are without power due to Hurricane Laura

Palacios Sharks are going head to head with The Yoakum Bulldogs in tonight's football game

This will be the first match up between the two in three years

More than 1,700 students have started face-to-face classes in Cuero I.S.D.

A local Victoria resident recovered from COVID-19 now he's taking time to pray for others