Meet the Team

Johannah Grenaway

Content Producer

Johannah Grenaway is an anchor and content producer for Newsy’s Daily News team. She graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism in 2019 with a degree in convergence journalism and an emphasis in broadcast television news, along with a Spanish minor. She also anchored, reported and produced for KOMU-TV in mid-Missouri. Beyond journalism, she has a passion for styling brides in preparation for their big day, empowering women to wear their natural hair and anything Beyoncé.

  Recent Work
Remdesivir drug
CNNSci/Health

Gilead Shares Early Results Of Remdesivir Trial In COVID-19 Patients

Terrence Floyd, speaks at the memorial site for his brother, George Floyd
The Associated PressU.S.

George Floyd's Brother Holds Prayer Vigil, Calls For Peaceful Protests

People gather for a rally in Minneapolis
Julio Cortez / APU.S.

Some Criticize President Trump's Response to George Floyd Protests

Philadelphia police officers detain people during the Justice for George Floyd Philadelphia Protest
Matt Slocum / APU.S.

Protests Bringing Curfews Across The Country

People running in the Boston Marathon
Boston Athletic AssociationU.S.

The 2020 Boston Marathon Will Now Be Held Virtually

Diocese of St. Cloud
Diocese of St. CloudU.S.

Minnesota Diocese Agrees To Pay Sexual Abuse Survivors $22.5M

Truck in England
Alastair Grant / APWorld

France And Belgium Arrest 26 People In Connection With Truck Deaths

Chinese surveying team scales Mount Everest
Tashi Tsering / Xinhua / APWorld

Chinese Team Remeasuring Mount Everest Reaches Summit

President Donald Trump
Evan Vucci / APPolitics

Twitter Adds First Fact-Check Label To President Trump's Tweets

Deputy Inspector General Glenn Fine
Carolyn Kaster / APPolitics

Pentagon Deputy Inspector General General Glenn Fine Resigns

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (L) and President Donald Trump (R)
Evan Vucci / APPolitics

President Trump Threatens To Relocate Republican Convention

COVID-19 vaccine testing
NewsySci/Health

National Security Adviser Say U.S. Will Develop First COVID-19 Vaccine

NBA stadium
Rich Pedroncelli / APSports

NBA Discusses Plans To Resume Season With Disney

Shoppers walk past a Victoria Secret store in San Jose, Calif.
Paul Sakuma / APSci/Health

Victoria's Secret Is Permanently Closing 250 Stores

William "Roddie" Bryan Jr.
The Associated PressU.S.

Man Who Recorded Ahmaud Arbery's Death Arrested On Felony Charges

People walking in Girona, Spain
Emilio Morenatti / APSci/Health

Spain Requires Masks In All Crowded Public Spaces

Johnson's baby powder
Jeff Chiu / APBusiness

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talc-Based Baby Powder In North America

Closed J.C. Penney store
Paul Sancya / APSci/Health

J.C. Penney Closing Stores After Filing For Bankruptcy

Health care workers at a COVID-19 testing station
Wilfredo Lee / APSci/Health

Survey Finds Physician Assistants Lack PPE; Thousands More Sidelined

Uber sign on vehicle
Nam Y. Huh / APBusiness

Uber Is Laying Off 3,000 More Employees

Workers clean a street in Italy.
Alessandra Tarantino / APSci/Health

Italy Plans To Reopen Borders June 3

Everlywell at-home COVID-19 testing kit
EverlywellSci/Health

FDA Authorizes At-Home Nasal Swab For COVID-19

Typing on a phone
NewsySci/Health

Senate Approves Bill To Create 3-Digit National Suicide Hotline Number

Gregory McMichael
Glynn County Detention Center / APU.S.

Ex-Detective Involved In Arbery's Death Lost Power To Arrest Last Year

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers
Scott Bauer / APSci/Health

Wisconsin Supreme Court Blocks Stay-At-Home Order Extension

A Kohl's employee checks out a customer
Kohl'sBusiness

Retail Stores Are Slowly Reopening With A Variety Of Safety Measures

Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, California
 Business

Twitter Will Let Some Employees Work From Home Permanently

A shop in Seville, Spain
Miguel Morenatti / APSci/Health

Spain Mandates Two-Week Quarantine For Incoming Travelers

People in line at a free COVID-19 testing site
Eric Gay / APSci/Health

Johns Hopkins Expert Counters Trump Claim COVID-19 Will Just 'Go Away'

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
Alex Brandon / APSci/Health

Dr. Anthony Fauci Quarantining After "Low-Risk" Contact With COVID-19