Courtney Tate

Courtney Tate

KFDA Reporter

Courtney Tate is one of Newschannel10’s newest reporters.

She is originally from Morganton, NC, a small town located in Western North Carolina.

She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Howard University in Washington, D.C.

Following graduation, she worked in production for ESPN in Los Angeles, and hosted the #2 digital media sports platform called The Fumble.

She is excited to start her career in local television here in Amarillo!

Fun Fact: Sports are Courtney’s passion, and she grew up playing basketball and receiving a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.

Courtney is passionate about connecting with her community, and she can’t wait to connect with the surrounding community in the Panhandle.

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Recent Articles by Courtney

  New programs focused on lowering homelessness in Amarillo

  First freeze did little to stop ragweed and the allergies it causes

Amarillo Museum of Art launches Biennial 600 Exhibition

  Pampa High School student leads kindness campaign

  Texas Panhandle Restaurant Association encourages youth to seek a future in the restaurant industry

  Family: Missing Amarillo man found dead

  The City of Amarillo held it’s Annual Walk Against Domestic Violence today

  The City of Amarillo is confident with draining water to prevent future flooding

  Center City promotes development in downtown Amarillo

  The City of Amarillo is looking ahead as expansion projects are on schedule

  New wifi program at WTAMU will bring the virtual field to Buffalo Stadium

You are invited for holiday family fun at Maxwell’s Pumpkin Farm

Amarillo will replace broken water mains to improve fire safety and water flow to residents

  Amarillo’s new “Road to Hope” program helps children with incarcerated parents

  Replacement for Thompson Park Pool officially approved by city council

  Suicide rates increase among Veterinarians

  West Texas A&M and The Tape Art Crew host “Best of the Best” Gala

  City of Amarillo will have final reading for proposed increased property taxes

  The 18th Annual Buddy Walk to be held on Saturday

  City of Amarillo approves health grant to help fight obesity and other chronic illnesses in the area

City of Amarillo will soon be receiving new water meters

City Officials will present official plan for Civic Center to the public

  Wildorado honors the life of Quinten Pond at first home game

  Dogs to be allowed on Texas restaurant patios due to State Bill 476

City of Amarillo presents Downtown Strategic Plan to the public

Panhandle residents suffering from ragweed allergies

  Amarillo residents upset over skyrocketed water bills

  Amarillo College proposes a relocation plan for Amarillo Senior Citizens Association

  Xcel Energy requests a rate increase

Doppler Dave’s differing perspectives on the coming winter for the High Plains