Madison Alewel

Madison anchors the evening newscasts. She joined NewsChannel10 as a reporter in October 2013. She comes to the Panhandle from Las Vegas, NV, but is a native Missourian from Kansas City. Madison graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Spanish. She also spent some time studying abroad in Barcelona, Spain. Madison began her broadcasting career at KOMU-TV, the local NBC affiliate in Columbia, MO. She worked there for two years while attending Mizzou. When she's not chasing stories, she enjoys traveling, running, drinking way too much coffee and cheering on her Mizzou Tigers. Madison loves telling stories from across the Panhandle and would love to tell your story too. You can contact Madison at

Recent Articles by Madison

Amarillo police find missing, endangered adult

Grass fire causes road closure southwest of Stinnett

APD: Missing man located, pronounced dead at the hospital

  United Way: 2018 is a critical campaign year

Disney encourages you to #ShareYourEars for Make-A-Wish

  UNITED WAY WEDNESDAY: Jan Werner Adult Day Care restoring hope for Amarillo’s seniors

  UNITED WAY WEDNESDAY: “Behind the Scenes” Modeling and Mentoring Program

UNITED WAY WEDNESDAY: Wesley Wrestling Club teaching kids skills on and off the mat

  UNITED WAY WEDNESDAY: Shopping with dignity at the Hunger Project Grocery Store

  United Way Wednesday: Maverick Boys and Girls Club inspires Amarillo’s youth

  Make-A-Wish fires up the grill to grant wishes

Update: Missing Amarillo man reunited with his family

Play ball: Amarillo Professional Baseball releases 2019 home schedule

Uber offers Texans free ride to celebrate statewide expansion

  Potter County active shooter training shows teachers sights, sounds of school shootings

Police searching for convicted sex offender

Snack Pak 4 Kids needs YOU to star in statewide promotional video

  Missing children located safe and returned to their families

  Fire near Conner Park in Canyon contained

Fire at Canyon Inn possibly sparked during law enforcement training