Allisa Miller

Allisa Miller

KFDA Reporter

Allisa is one of NewsChannel 10’s reporters.

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

  Texas Tech breaks ground on their veterinary school with hopes of serving Amarillo and West Texas

  Looking to the future: New hydrogen fueling station in Hereford created by “Hydrogen Bill”

  Shortage of doctors in the Panhandle area

  AC and WT part of program to help financial aid for higher education

  Amarillo Tri-State Fair opens today with new attractions, safety features

City of Clovis employees seeking answers, say they aren’t receiving paychecks

  Ascension Academy’s band/choir director writes song in memory of 9/11

  Amarillo residents furious, say they weren’t informed of street resurfacing

  West Texas A&M has a new Future Students Program

  TxDOT working to add new traffic signs after major crash on Loop 335

  Flu vaccines being offered in conjunction with Amigo’s free heath screening Sept. 7

  West Texas A&M announces new VERO program

  TX DOT 10-Year transportation plan will impact Amarillo

  Amarillo 100 Club helping to raise funds for APD and a new SWAT vehicle

  High Plains Food Bank asking for help this month

  Construction will cause traffic delays this Labor Day weekend

  Golden Mesa Casino preparing for grand opening

  No Limits No Excuses, welcomes new partners and plans for Amarillo’s future

  River Road ISD celebrates teacher and CTE accomplishments

  State of Disaster declared in Randall and Swisher counties

Veteran Resource Center in Amarillo celebrates 5 years of helping veterans