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

Canyon plans to get new water meters to help reading and tracking usage easier

  Bushland ISD using technology to minimize bullying

  ASARCO negotiations off to a rocky start

  Some say NFL brawl is a learning lesson, that someone is always watching

  Winter weather could impact pets in the Panhandle

  ‘Santa Cares’ program helps children with special needs this holiday season

  A Newly introduced Federal Bill prompts Texas schools to begin to monitor students social media

  ASARCO strike continues, now with a rally and props

Local physicians working on improving health care in rural Texas

  Amarillo scientists impact 5th graders with Window on a Wider World

  Happy Elementary students make wreaths for library books

  NICU nurses make Halloween costumes for babies

  Wintry weather causing illness and injury in the Panhandle

  Law enforcement working to keep sex offenders away from children this Halloween

  Potter County and 56 surrounding counties fighting to end ‘modern day slavery’

  'It was just another day’, Armstrong County’s first all female-fire-crew responded Wed

  Amarillo ASARCO Copper Refinery reportedly shutting down operations

  What is being done to help prevent teen suicides in the Panhandle

  Canyon High School participating in mental health first aid pilot

  Emmapalooza honors Dumas 6-year-old with brain cancer

  NOAA is predicting a warmer than average winter for the panhandle

Texas colleges and universities are collaborating to make transferring credits easier

  Amarillo ISD implementing improvement plans for failing schools

  ASARCO employees striking against unfair labor practices in Amarillo

  Community remembers historic building in downtown Amarillo before demolition

  Commissioner George P. Bush teaches fourth grade history lesson with Texas maps

Weather whiplash, time to bring your plants in

  Girl Power event empowering young women to be bold

  Recent rainfall in Amarillo prompts specialists to test mosquitoes for diseases

More bats in the area and what to do if you come in contact with one