Freixys Casado

Freixys Casado

NewsChannel 10 Reporter

Freixys Casado is a reporter for NewsChannel 10 in Amarillo, Texas.

She was born and raised in the Dominican Republic, and in 2011 she moved to the United States to go to college.

She graduated from Temple University main campus in Philadelphia, PA with a bachelor's degree in Journalism.

Before joining the NewsChannel 10 team, Freixys was a production assistant for NBC10/Telemundo62. Her work with Telemundo got her a nomination for a Mid-Atlantic Emmy in the category of newscast morning.

She is excited to start a new chapter in front of the camera, telling the stories that matter the most to the community of Amarillo.

When Freixys is not in the news station, she loves binge watching shows, dancing and creating memories with friends and family.

Recent Articles by Freixys

  Salvation Army asking for volunteers to help build new playground

  ‘Farewell to COVID’: Amarillo senior living facility celebrates new visitation rules with a car parade

  TAMUS Chancellor joins Rep. Ronny Jackson in tour of WT’s VERO facility

  Loved ones of missing Amarillo woman express concerns

  New Capital Campaign preparing to launch job opportunities for those with special needs

  ‘Just come home’: Family of Amarillo missing woman asks community for help

  Proposed bill wants hair stylist’s chair to be the new front against domestic violence

Amarillo churches prepare for in-person Easter Sunday services

  Dumas shooting victim’s family says arrest is ‘step in the right direction’ for justice

FEMA will soon start offering COVID-19 related funeral reimbursement

  Amarillo residents now have more alternatives to avoid drinking and driving

  Person of interest identified in connection with a series of burglaries in Hereford

  ‘The outlook for Amarillo is even better’: Amarillo EDC hosts virtual State of Economy event

  Maverick Boys and Girls club opens new site at Bivins Elementary School

  House votes to extend PPP loan deadline, legislation now awaits in Senate

Maverick Boys and Girls Club of Amarillo ended Spring Break with festival and kick ball tournament against APD

  Amarillo travel agencies see early signs of rebounding

  The Salvation Army of Amarillo launches ‘Adopt a Room’ program

  ‘I just want answers’: Dumas Police identifies suspect on fatal shooting

  Kitchen and laundry appliances continue to face shortages during the pandemic

Amarillo’s art industry reacts to mask mandate being lifted

  New Amarillo College club organization aims to connect with students who are parents

  Study: COVID-19 patients with gum disease more likely to develop complications that could lead to death.

  Panhandle pregnancy centers see an increase need for diapers during pandemic

  Amarillo and Potter County officials discuss further development ideas about Tri-State Fairgrounds

  Amarillo’s foster children aging out into harder environment due to pandemic

  ‘She was literally on her death bed’: Rare syndrome impacts more children

  Amarillo hardware stores working to keep plumbing supplies in stock

  Sherwood Dental Center closure without notice leaves clients angry and confused

  Various industries experience semi-conductor chip shortage causing manufacturing delays