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

  War Memorial Center partners with Combined Arms to improve service referrals for veterans

  Vitamin sales increase continues, mixed opinions if it can prevent or treat COVID-19

  Amarillo doctors share if people should give up alcohol when getting COVID-19 vaccine

  New SBA Payment Protection Program loans available this week

  An independent bookstore and Amarillo’s Public Library see increase of customers

  ‘Unsung heroes of the pandemic’: Environmental Service Workers keep patients and medical staff safe

  New commercial license program coming to Shamrock

  Amarillo’s Habitat for Humanity will soon finish 25th and last home at Glenwood Park neighborhood

  ‘This is giving me back my life’: Amarillo mother of 6 gets smile makeover

  Amarillo welcomes first babies of 2021

  Outreach team for suicide survivors in need of volunteers

  6-year-old donates 28 “heart bags” to the homeless and she’s not stopping

  New hope is on the way: Amarillo National Bank announces plan to offer 3rd round of PPP loans

  Potter County gets closer to starting construction of new district court building

  Shiny, silver and small as a coin: Button batteries or watch batteries are a hidden danger

  Monkey Moat exhibit at Amarillo Zoo is getting makeover

  Personal protective equipment still remains essential during this time of pandemic

  Board advances proposal that could improve Memorial Park

  ‘We can tell the difference’: Small businesses downtown continue to be impacted by COVID-19

  After decades only serving east side Amarillo, Wesley Community Center will expand to South

  River Road ISD sets goal to not have school supply list for next school year

  Holiday pictures with or without Santa will be looking different for 2020

  New Mexico couple shares their experience navigating adoption during the pandemic

  New year, new location: Catholic Charities’ food bank closing until next year

  Donations and volunteers needed to bring hope to children in need

  As restrictions started lifting, hospices in Amarillo experience more admissions

  ‘Every crematory in Texas is overwhelmed:’ Third mobile morgue arrives in Amarillo

  ‘The beauty of their faces when they see something like that:’ Christmas tree drive for the homeless

  Demand for real Christmas trees brings holiday cheer to Amarillo Boys Scout’s tree lot

  Coon Memorial Hospital receives recognition for their efforts to reduce postpartum hemorrhage