Brianna Shackelford

Brianna Shackelford is a multimedia journalist for WTHI-TV in Terre Haute.

Title: Multimedia Journalist
bshackelford@wthitv.com

Brianna Shackelford is a multimedia journalist for WTHI-TV in Terre Haute.

She graduated from Troy University in 2020 with a major the arts and sciences focusing on broadcast journalism. She also minored in legal studies. Shackelford was a four-year Division 1 athlete. She played soccer for 18 years and enjoyed every second of it.

When she was not playing or studying she was also working for her University station TrojanVision News. She anchored the sports section of the newscast and also was a nightly news anchor there too.

She is originally from Carmel Indiana. However, she lived in California and Arizona as well. As a result of moving around so much she loves meeting new people and embraces change. She is a die-hard University of Southern California fan.

When she is not in the newsroom she is most likely watching football or reading books. She enjoys being outdoors and loves her boxer puppy, Cassius.

Brianna would be thrilled to hear from you. If you have a story idea, don’t hesitate to reach out to her. Contact her at bshackelford@wthitv.com. Be sure to follow her on twitter and give her Facebook page a like as well!

Recent Posts by Brianna Shackelford

Many people are experiencing damage from this weekends storms

Storm team 10 has been following the recent storms the entire Wabash Valley has seen. There’s been extensive damage, and people are still trying to clean up the mess.

Air National Guard Base in Terre Haute is getting a new tool for training

The Air National Guard Base in Terre Haute will see a $9,000,000 investment. The Biden Administration said the money being used locally was diverted from border wall funding under the Trump Administration.

A local shelter is getting the funds they need to keep their doors open

The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute is giving $500,000 to 28 domestic violence shelters across the state. One local shelter is seeing a portion of that money. The Council on Domestic Abuse, or CODA for short, is receiving $10,000 dollars in grant money.

One local shelter is ready to welcome back volunteers

As we slowly ease back into a sense of normalcy, many animal shelters are once again looking for help. Before the pandemic, the Terre Haute Humane Society heavily relied on volunteers. Since then staff had to pick up extra work to help take care of the animals.

The Special Olympics Indiana Summer Games are back in person

This weekend you may have noticed more people around the area. That’s because Special Olympics Indiana held their Olympic Summer Games. Many athletes from around Indiana came today to win medals and have fun.

A new addition is on the way to the Clay County Jail - here's what it will bring

Many counties in the Wabash Valley are dealing with overcrowded and outdated jails. Clay County is one of the latest to have expansion plans. Clay County is planning to add more space to the current jail.

New kiosks make it easier for you to drop off your prescription drugs

The United Way of the Wabash Valley is making it easier for you to get rid of prescription medications. The United Way is partnering with the Parke County Sheriff's Office and the Sullivan County Community Hospital.

A new form of technology can get you up and running once again

A brand new form of technology is here in the Wabash Valley to help you. The goal is to get runners back on their feet. It's called the Run DNA 3D Gate Analysis.

The community came together to celebrate the life of Don Morris and Cheryl Hart

Many people gathered today at the Hulman Center to celebrate the lives of Don Morris and Cheryl Hart. The couple passed away after being in a two-vehicle car crash.

Local cancer survivor is giving back to cancer patients and families

June six is National Cancer Survivor Day. In fact, the month of June is National Cancer Survivor Month. John Turner is the pastor at the First Presbyterian Church in Farmersburg Indiana who has been touched by cancer.

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