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.
In an effort to bring job training and workforce development to the city, Shamrock Economic Development Corporation and Clarendon College are coming together to provide a commercial driving license (CDL) class at Shamrock High School for any individual 18 and up.
Just two days ago, president Trump signed into law the newest COVID-19 relief effort, and now Amarillo National Bank announces they’re almost ready to offer a new round of loans, which according to the bank will reach even more businesses than before.
During today’s regular session, the Potter County Commissioners’ Court voted four to zero in favor of approving a contract with Adolfson and Peterson Construction for construction of a new district court building.
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Since 2018, Coon Memorial Hospital has been part of the TexasAIM team postpartum hemorrhage initiative, created by the Texas Department of State Health Services to help hospitals and communities improve maternal safety.