Victoria Shirley - KSLA News 12 Shreveport, Louisiana News Weather & Sports

Victoria Shirley

Victoria was born and raised in the Washington D.C. area and is excited to now call Louisiana home. She comes to KSLA News 12 from just down the interstate in Monroe, where she worked at fellow CBS affiliate, KNOE 8 News as a multimedia journalist and fill-in anchor. While in the Ark-La-Miss, Victoria specialized in covering politics and investigating political corruption, including following the corruption trials of several public officials.

Victoria knew she wanted to work in TV news ever since she anchored her 5th grade school announcements. Her dreams of working in the business were solidified after interning at Newport News TV, WAVY NBC 10, and WTKR News Channel 3, all located in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia.

Victoria graduated from Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia (Go Captains!) with a degree in Communications and Political Science. During college, she was the Editor in Chief of the campus newspaper and the founder of the TV news program, CNU TV.

In her spare time Victoria will be exploring all that the Ark-La-Tex has to offer. If you ever see her, be sure to say hello!

Follow her on Facebook (www.facebook.com/victoriashirleyksla) or email her at vshirley@ksla.com

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