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Shevaun joined WHNT in June 2014 as a multimedia journalist, and now, you can also catch her anchoring on Saturday and Sunday mornings. A Miami native of Jamaican descent, Shevaun is passionate about submerging herself in southern culture.

Shevaun is a proud ‘Cane, graduating from the University of Miami in 2013 where she joined Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. At UM, she anchored UMTV NewsVision and hosted UMTV SportsDesk while interning at WSVN 7 News, a FOX affiliate in Miami. She also interned with WEDR, a Miami radio station.

After graduating, Shevaun moved to Gulfport/Biloxi, Mississippi as a reporter for WXXV News 25, a local news product that launched in 2013, of which Shevaun was an inaugural member.

When she’s not working the camera, Shevaun can be found at car shows or sports events, cooking Jamaican food, or traveling.

Have a tip or an idea? Shevaun wants to hear from you! She enjoys communicating with our viewers. Follow her on Twitter @FinesseBryan or email her at shevaun.bryan@whnt.com


Recent Articles
  • Federal investigation underway at Mays Computers & Outdoors in Limestone County

    LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. – There’s a federal investigation underway in Limestone County right now. Multiple government sectors of the Office of the Inspector General, including EPA, GSA and NASA, are at Mays Computers and Outdoors, located on Highway 72 west near Lindsay Lane. The Limestone County Sheriff’s Office was called out to help the OIG’s office with a search warrant, but have since been released. Stephen Young with the LCSO tells WHNT News 19 they were called out to assist […]

  • Decatur High, Police team up for hands-on Teen Driver Safety Week

    DECATUR, Ala. – Police put teenagers behind the wheel for a hands-on lesson in safe driving habits. For Teen Driver Safety Week, police and Decatur High School driver’s education instructors reinforced the classroom studies with fun, but clear experiences. “We had to put on goggles that made it seem like we were drunk or what it would be like if we were intoxicated,” explained freshman Sarah Dees. While wearing the goggles, the students attempted to walk a straight line and navigate […]

  • North Courtland murder suspect released after court dismisses charges

    LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ala. – One of two men accused in a double homicide in early July is free Tuesday, following a judge’s order. Judge Angela Terry threw out the case against 23-year-old Tamorris Oneil Bolding, saying the court did not find probable cause. Bolding, along with 19-year-old Kevin Deshaunn Deloney Jr., was charged with two counts of capital murder following the fatal shooting of Jimmy Lee Bolding and James Lemark Madden on Rosa Parks Street in North Courtland. Bolding was […]

  • Sheriff confirms Skate Castle incident was within policy, witness says too excessive

    DECATUR, Ala. – Many Decatur parents are saying they are unsure if they’ll let their kids continue to come to the Skate Castle after a scuffle was caught on camera over the weekend.  The video, showing an off-duty Morgan County deputy handcuffing a teenage girl at the skating rink, has sparked a lot of reaction — and questions online. WHNT News 19 is Taking Action to get to the bottom of what happened after many parents said they felt the […]

  • Superintendent: Career tech campus to alleviate crowding, multiple schools will move

    DECATUR, Ala. – City Board of Education officials remain busy planning a new system that will bus students to a centralized career tech school. Some in the community fear the new Austin and Decatur High Schools will be over capacity, but Superintendent Michael Douglas says he has no concerns about overcrowding. “We’re going to be good because when the two new high school opens, the old Austin will become a standalone career tech school,” he explained. Currently, tech classes are taught at […]

  • Lawrence County Commission to build shelter, extends interim contract with local rescue

    MOULTON, Ala. – Wednesday, the Lawrence County Commission held an emergency meeting to decide whether to send their animals to Marion County. Concerned residents filled the room. They claimed Marion County is already overwhelmed with the strays from two additional counties. Residents present fear sending local animals there would mean almost all would be euthanized. Jackie Posey went before the commission saying former shelter director Bobbie Taylor and her board would have a property purchase by mid-October and would turn […]

  • Residents weigh in on One Decatur long range plan

    DECATUR, Ala. – For the last 14 months, a consultant, Planning Next, has worked closely with a steering committee of River City residents to determine what needs to be prioritized for the city’s growth. Tuesday, residents finally got to see a rough draft of the One Decatur comprehensive plan. More than 200 people applied to be part of that committee, and the city had to narrow it to 40. They held multiple Listen & Learn meetings to rack up input, […]

  • NARCOG buses will no longer deliver homebound meals, seeking volunteers

      MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. – Eighty thousand meals are delivered yearly to home-bound patients who rely on them, courtesy of North Central Alabama Regional Council of Governments (NARCOG). People are used to seeing the red transit buses both transporting people and dropping off meals,  now NARCOG wants to stop using their transit buses for their deliveries. “For both Lawrence and Morgan counties, [food delivery service] can come up to a half a million dollars or more a year,” explained NARCOG executive […]

  • Parents concerned over communication in school emergency situations

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. –  Before it was determined to be a hoax, the ‘active shooter’ call at Williams P-8 understandably brought parents in droves, awaiting information and access. Many of the parents we spoke to say they heard the news from other parents, and many of them say that’s a problem. “I have a fifth grader at Williams P-8 Elementary, on the second floor where this supposed incident took place and I’m yet to receive notification that an incident had occurred,” […]

  • Limestone double homicide bound over to grand jury, preliminary hearing reveals details

    LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. – The 19-year-old facing two capital murder charges had his preliminary hearing before Judge Matthew Huggins Tuesday. Following the cross-examination, the judge bound the case over to a grand jury. With handcuffs and shackles around his hands and feet, Jacob Copeland sat next to his defense attorney Bruce Gardner as Limestone County Investigator Rodney McAbee testified. Through cross examination, McAbee explained deputies were called to Analicia Drive where Damian Blake Ricketts, 21, of Hazel Green, and Devin Edward […]

  • Veterinarian has special fund to cover medical expenses for strays

    DECATUR, Ala. – Dr. Kelly Griffith of Decatur Animal Care says many people come to her practice with a stray they’ve found in the area, but are unable to pay for whatever medical attention the animal may need. To alleviate that, Dr. Griffith set up a special fund that goes toward the medical treatment of strays brought in for care, known as the Betty’s Bag Fund. “I just did not want anyone who wanted to do the right thing to […]

  • Hartselle alcohol tax dollars to be split between city, Hartselle City Schools

    HARTSELLE, Ala. – It was big news when the residents of Hartselle finally voted for the sale of alcohol in city limits. For months, Mayor Randy Garrison and the city council weighed the best way to use the extra revenue. Mayor Garrison told WHNT News 19 that Tuesday, the council voted to give 15 percent to Hartselle City Schools and the other 85 percent will go to the city; the money, though, has to be used specifically for capital needs […]