Allisa Miller

Allisa Miller

KFDA Weekend Anchor and Reporter

Allisa is the weekend anchor and a reporter for NewsChannel 10.

She started reporting in August 2019 and was promoted to Weekend anchor.

She was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona.

Allisa graduated from Arizona Christian University with a bachelor’s degree in communication with an emphasis in journalism.

While in college, she played softball for ACU all four years.

Prior to working at NewsChannel 10, Allisa was an intern for Arizona’s Family in Phoenix and did sideline reporting for her college football team.

When not at the news station, Allisa enjoys catching up with friends and family, riding her cruiser bike and watching movies.

She is excited to be here in Amarillo and help bring you the latest news!


Recent Articles by Allisa

  $5 million first responders academy in works, plans to help make Panhandle communities safer

  ‘This is my school now’: $40 million and 3 years later, Borger ISD has new renovated facilities

  ‘We are really trying’: Teachers experiencing struggles in classrooms

  ‘This is going to change your life’: Parents discuss 3-year-old’s battle with cancer

  Billy Glenn Ivy Jr. dead, a timeline of his accused crimes

  ‘Pray for us': Amarillo firefighters head to California to battle wildfires

  COVID-19 trackers being launched for Amarillo public schools

  Texas Tech pediatrics headache clinic notice increase in patients after school started

  Tyson Foods opening health care clinics for their employees and family members

  JBS invests 3.3 million dollars into communities of Moore county to help with COVID-19

  West Texas A&M students trying to slow the spread of COVID-19

  Higgins school closes after a consolidation with Canadian ISD

  Amarillo doctors urging residents to receive flu shots during COVID-19

  School lunches impacted by COVID-19 as children return to school

  No break for Texas Panhandle cafeteria employees working to keep kids fed

  New rules for visiting loved ones in assisted living don’t apply to everyone

  Almost all Canyon ISD students return to in-person classes

  Amarillo caregivers of veterans struggling with mental health during COVID-19

  Canyon ISD kindergarten teacher impacting anxious parents around the world

  Changes and challenges school bus drivers face returning to school

  Canyon ISD balancing in-person and virtual classes

  WT staff member making sure no student goes hungry due to COVID-19

  Amarillo community comes together to help families gather back to school necessities

  Guymon Public Schools will not require face masks this school year

  COVID-19 impacting school supply shopping

  New Mexico public schools adjusting to changes

  Historic St. Anthony’s hospital to be renovated, creating affordable housing for seniors

  COVID-19 pandemic impacting children’s vision due to increased screen time, Amarillo eye doctors have a treatment

  Coffee Memorial Blood Center in need of plasma donors now more than ever

  Texas Panhandle heat wave making an impact on everyone