Saundra Weathers has been with Spectrum Bay News 9 since 2012, and is a proud reporter. To Saundra, giving viewers a clear and concise representation of a story helps demonstrate its significance. It’s especially amazing when Saundra sees how her stories help people or even change laws and policies. There’s no better feeling than helping the community. 

Saundra Weathers is an award winning journalist, including the Associated Press and SPJ awards. She’s also been nominated for an Emmy. Some of her proudest work includes covering the Jordan Belliveau case. Saundra says there were a lot of layers to the case in which a mother admitted to killing her two year-old son.

A Florida native, Saundra is no stranger to the heat and loves the water. She attended Florida A&M University and received a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Saundra often gives back to FAMU by mentoring students and assisting with journalism seminars. 

In her free time, you might find Saundra swimming, but she also loves to travel. She’s a Lightning fan and enjoys St. Pete Beach. Maybe she’ll even see a dolphin there - which never fails to make her day.