Jami Seymore

Jami Seymore joined NewsChannel 10 in February 2018 as a news reporter. Born and raised in “Cereal City” Battle Creek, Michigan, Jami then made her way to the Southern Nevada desert of Las Vegas in 2009. She graduated in 2013 from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas where she got a B.A. in Journalism and Media Studies at the Hank Greenspun School. From 2014 to early 2018, Jami worked at KSNV in Las Vegas. In her four years there, she worked many different positions, including digital reporter, web producer, assignment desk editor, and video editor. As a digital reporter, she reported on many major events in the Las Vegas area, including the October 1 shooting tragedy, the final presidential debate at UNLV, music festivals like Life is Beautiful and Electric Daisy Carnival, and celebrity red carpet events. Jami is excited for life in the Panhandle and to explore all of the hiking opportunities and hidden coffee shops she can find! When not out and about, she’s likely at home reading (Harry Potter is a favorite), binge-watching Doctor Who or New Girl for the millionth time, or trying to catch a Vegas Golden Knights game on TV. Have a story idea? Send it Jami’s way at jseymore@newschannel10.com or reach out to her on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

Recent Articles by Jami

  Sam’s Law: New Texas legislation would mandate public school employees to be trained in seizure first aid

Coffee, cafes and brunch: New restaurants are opening up in Amarillo

Catholic Diocese of Amarillo releases names of 30 former priests accused of sexual abuse

Historic east Amarillo hotel to be turned into two name-brand hotel properties

Fallen hero Sgt. Cameron Meddock returns to the Texas Panhandle in his final journey home

Airbnbs on the rise in Amarillo as city also sees growth in the hotel industry

Domestic Violence Coalition in Amarillo sees results in helping victims and offenders

Rick Husband Airport in Amarillo sees increase in passengers, landings in 2018

From a hard childhood to Hollywood: Actor brings message of self-empowerment to Hereford students

Amarillo banks step up to help federal workers impacted by government shutdown

Big money into Texas' economy: State sees 20% increase in oil and natural gas tax revenue

A ‘bold’ move in the fight against Alzheimer’s: Local caregivers look forward to changes, funding through new bill

Two pedestrians injured in crash near Amarillo’s Medi Park

Two local organizations selected to receive “Our Amarillo Sod Poodles” merchandise profits

As racing commission delays racino license, Tucumcari contender remains confident in chances

As Sears prepares to leave Amarillo, Westgate Mall looks forward to the new opportunities ahead

The Crouch Foundation donates ranch, $500K to build children’s diabetes camp near Palo Duro Canyon

Take your seat: Clarendon’s Mulkey Theatre preparing to open after 10 years of renovations

Amarillo foster children get newly sworn-in CASA advocates just in time for Christmas

Merrick Pet Care sees operations doubled, 150 jobs added in Hereford facility