Shelby Trahan

Shelby Trahan

KOLD reporter Shelby Trahan

KOLD reporter Shelby Trahan

Shelby Trahan joined KOLD in November 2020. Before making her way to Arizona, Shelby worked at KOLD’s sister station KPLC 7 News in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

During her time in Louisiana, Shelby gained experience as a live-shot reporter, producer, and a morning anchor. She comes to Arizona as a Louisiana Broadcast Association Award winning journalist for her segment ‘Shelby on the Geaux,’ a series that highlighted exciting places to visit around the Texas-Louisiana region.

Shelby also covered a variety of events including a presidential rally, and Hurricanes Delta and Laura, one of the strongest hurricanes to make landfall in Louisiana in more than 100 years.

Before moving to the bayou state, the native Houstonian graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Journalism News in December 2017. During her time at UNT, she helped volunteer at North Texas Television, the 26-time Emmy Award-winning student-run news station.

Shelby is excited to begin a new journey in Tucson and looks forward to getting to know the community and exploring the city. In her free time, you can find her enjoying the watered areas of the desert, or binge watching a good TV dramas, especially anything written by Shonda Rhimes.

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Recent Articles by Shelby

MVD expands contact center help, online services

Gov. Ducey signs law appointing lawyers to every child in foster care

State vaccinations sites administer 1 millionth dose of vaccine

AZDHS launches new COVID-19 vaccination site at Scottsdale’s WestWorld

Yuma Border Patrol agents arrest group carrying 300 pounds of marijuana

CBP arrests registered sex offender near Dateland

K-9 helps Border Patrol find fentanyl hidden in breakfast burritos

Tucson Roadrunners arena will allow additional fans at games starting Friday

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Some Pima County Public Libraries will open to public in April

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Border Patrol canine retires after seven years of service

ADOT’s dust detection system recognized as a ‘Gamechanger’

Arizona GymCats to compete at NCAA Regionals

Pima County Parks and Rec opens ramadas for reservations

Arizona’s Aari McDonald named finalist for Naismith Defensive Player of the Year

Pima Animal Care Center to host free clinic for Ajo residents

Border Patrol agents apprehend convicted rapist

  Mayor Romero reflects on the anniversary of declaring local emergency

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Border Patrol agents intercept fentanyl pills, meth, and an illegal immigrant at checkpoint

Marco Lopez announces campaign for Arizona Governor

Pima Community College will host a meeting to outline plans to resume in-person classes

Rep. Kirkpatrick announces she will not seek re-election in 2022

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UPDATE: 14-year-old armed robberies suspect taken into custody

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Maj. Gen. Michael T. McGuire announces his retirement as Arizona’s Adjutant General