Sheyenne Rodriguez
Sheyenne comes to eyewitness news after working as morning reporter, afternoon producer and anchor for KVIA in El Paso, TX. Her stories occasionally took her to New Mexico and Mexico - always eye-opening!

She was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, where her family makes their home, and is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago. A die-hard Cubs fan, she spent the 2003 season working in the marketing department at Wrigley Field. She also interned for the medical reporter at her longtime favorite station, WGN News.

After much prayer and divine direction, she has come to make North Carolina her home, along with her husband, ABC11 reporter and weekend anchor Fred Shropshire.

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A pregnant woman's water broke on a Philadelphia train and transit police went into action to help
Firefighters called to a home in Fuquay-Varina Monday after a fire broke out just before 10 p.m.
The North Carolina Highway Patrol arrests man after two children were hit as they tried to get on their school bus Thursday morning.
Security changes are coming to Durham Public Schools after a child claimed he was forced to engage in oral sex on a school bus.
Hundreds of Wake County parents and students are fighting to keep their school on the traditional calendar schedule.