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

  STAAR test approaches; teachers prepare while some advocate to cancel it

23-year-old man found dead, APD Homicide unit investigating

  Amarillo ISD keeping students safe by installing security fences at high schools

  Alcohol to-go from Texas restaurants could become permanent

  Amarillo College making multimillion-dollar renovation, including new student service building

  Texas Panhandle first responders have busy week with severe weather

  Panhandle man wins sweepstakes after nearly 40 years of entering daily

  City of Amarillo releases videos to help with vaccine clinic

  Amarillo Family Support Services closer than ever to moving into new building after fire

  West Texas fire services prepare for possible wildfires

  Man arrested after owner of Rumors Bar killed in shooting

Panhandle PBS aims to create equality with new ‘Living While Black’ series

  Texas Panhandle teachers now eligible to get vaccine while some teachers already vaccinated

  West Texas healthcare workers share their thoughts of COVID-19 restrictions being loosened

  Mask policy to be decided by the school boards in Texas

  Amarillo doctor optimistic for pregnancy in breast cancer survivors

  ‘It’s a humbling experience’: Amarillo community activist gives Ted Talk

  West Texas feedyards to needed to make adjustments during winter storm

  New campaign in Eastern New Mexico hopes to decrease domestic violence

  Snow week for Panhandle area, school districts help to conserve energy

  Carbon monoxide exposure rises in Panhandle due to extreme weather

‘We plan for the worst’: Amarillo area firefighters prepare for frigid temperatures

  Amarillo plumbers preparing for what they say could be busiest winter in years

  Texas A&M Forest Service preparing for wildfire season in the panhandle

  Social media censorship, Amarillo expert says it’s allowed

  Amarillo pizzerias prepare for Super Bowl Sunday, possibly busiest day ever

  Panhandle area schools preparing for STAAR test to take place in-person

  Texas Tech set to launch School of Veterinary Medicine this year

  Snack Pak 4 Kids working to make spring break sweeter

  Many involved in behind the scenes working to help vaccinate residents in Amarillo