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

  Sunray ISD adopts new model of learning to prepare students for future

  Dentist in Amarillo receive COVID-19 vaccine while others in Texas must wait

  Amarillo infectious disease specialist believes COVID-19 variants could already be in Amarillo

  Pandemic inspires students to pursue degrees in health care in West Texas

  ‘Something big is happening’: Those from Amarillo in the nation’s capital speak out about events

  WT to provide free group therapy for frontline workers

  Plans to update Amarillo civic center continue after voters denied original proposition

  New Mexico students in-person classes canceled for first two weeks of the new year

Assistance to help pay rent could be available for all of Texas by next month

  Concerns spoken that virtual learning may cause teachers to lose their jobs

  Toxicology reports show Billy Glenn Ivy Jr. died from overdose in jail

  Cancelation of Amarillo Farm & Ranch Show predicted to cost the city millions of dollars

  Amarillo flower store Scott’s Flowers burglarized 4 times within a month, precautions are made

  Dumas ISD renovations continue despite the pandemic

Funeral for Randall County Judge Ernie Houdashell to be held Saturday

  West Texas healthcare workers choose to remain thankful this Thanksgiving

  Giving back to health care workers risking it all working in COVID-19 units

  Amarillo doctors asking city and community for help enforcing face masks

  Amarillo area colleges prepared for Thanksgiving break and COVID-19

  Amarillo community comes together through Facebook to support health care workers

  Deaf Smith County Hospital District finding new ways to keep COVID patients off ventilators

  Students find way to honor veterans after school Veterans Day event was canceled due to COVID-19

  'Connection between childhood adversity and adulthood’: Youth homelessness on the rise in Amarillo

  COVID-19 creates demand for substitute teachers in Texas Panhandle

  Testing numbers in Amarillo up as urgent cares run out of rapid tests

  Cancer screening down in Amarillo, cancer deaths predicted to rise due to COVID-19

  Electricity off and on in Claude, city prepares for worst

  Remote learning for COVID-19, improves bad weather cases

  Virtual learning unsuccessful; experts say it’s because it is new

  Burden of the pandemic impacting essential workers; free or low cost therapy available