Nicolette Perrone

A New Yorker turned Texan, Nicolette is excited to be a part of the NewsChannel 10 team. She graduated from St. John's University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Public Relations. Ever since Nicolette was little, she would use her Polaroid as a broadcasting tool to share the stories of the people within the beachside community she grew up in. Nicolette looks forward to serving every NewsChannel 10 listener with stories that matter to them. Outside of work, Nicolette loves to travel, head to sporting events and hit the gym with a good book in hand. She's currently searching for the best tacos in all of Texas. If you know a place or would simply like to chat, reach out on social media or send Nicolette an email at

Recent Articles by Nicolette

  Amarillo parking violations to change from a criminal offense to a civil violation

  Amarillo offering curbside cart replacements free of charge after Wednesday’s wind event

  How first responders tackled Wednesday’s wind storm

  Candidate for Amarillo mayor, homeless advocate not found guilty on obstruction of passageway charge

  Community and City of Amarillo partner to shape the future of San Jacinto

  ‘There’s no substitute:' Blood donations urgently needed as Coffee Memorial faces shortage

  City of Amarillo details why some trash wasn’t picked up this week

  Dogs found emaciated, malnourished are now healthy and ready for adoption

  Possible annexation action in southwest Amarillo

  Amarillo City Transit applying for grants to bring in new buses, infrastructure improvements

  AISD names lone finalist for superintendent, two trustees question internal search

  Amarillo’s juvenile curfew to stay in effect in efforts to keep kids safe

  May election concerns addressed after federal judge halts voter purge

  Flu trends down, Amarillo Fire resumes community engagement

  Point in time count sheds light on Amarillo’s homeless population

  Paid parking in downtown Amarillo to go into effect in March

  From homeless to a home: Vietnam veteran finds freedom

  TTUHSC School of Pharmacy studying ‘organ on a chip’ to help patients with rare disease

  Soon to be former animal shelter director offers advice for successor, thanks community

  Amarillo approves HOME grant funding to build affordable housing