Taylor Mitchell

Taylor Mitchell

NewsChannel 10 Reporter

Taylor is a weekday news reporter for NewsChannel 10.

She was born and raised in Chicago, IL.

Taylor graduated from Illinois State University with a bachelors degree in mass media with an emphasis in TV Production. She also minored in film studies.

While in college, she interned at her school news station, TV10 News, where she was nominated for an Emmy Award in November 2019 on a segment called “Bites of Blono.”

Before working at NewsChannel 10, Taylor also interned at Chicago’s entertainment news station, CW26 for “The Jam TV Show.”

When not at the news station, Taylor loves working out, hanging with friends and cheering on the Chicago Cubs baseball team!

She is excited to get to know the community and share important stories!

Recent Articles by Taylor

  $3.4 million project new fire station, number 5 under budget and ahead of schedule

  Amarillo City Council creates new committee with goals for racial unity and equity in city

  Obesity a high risk factor for COVID-19, gyms continue to see fewer people

  Over 250 additional medical workers to the Panhandle and South Plains area by this Sunday

  Amarillo man ‘fighting for his life,’ community steps up to help

  Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare $1.4 million expansion will be completed under budget

  Raccoon was injured from a possible previous trap, there are different precautions to take when approaching wildlife in Texas

  Amarillo one of leading locations in gathering data on how to treat COVID-19

  United Supermarkets in Amarillo are selling at home COVID-19 testing kits, here is what you need to know

  Amarillo College moving most classes online, many students are concerned

  Increase of pets brought to Amarillo animal shelters, decrease of pets being adopted

  River Road Middle School theatre students don’t talk for 24 hours

  Many Amarillo bars turning into restaurants in order to survive

  49th year of Bob Wills Day in Turkey will be different due to COVID-19

  $6 million improvement on New Mexico’s Curry County courthouse building

  Courthouse in Amarillo plans to start construction soon

  ‘I was terrified’: Survivors discuss moments of deadly bus crash in Vega

  Performers learn new skills as live shows in Amarillo cancel.

  Amarillo Leftwoods Pub struggles to remain open, counts on The Save Our Stage Act

  Texas Tech medical students need public’s help with COVID-19 study

  Amarillo homes selling fast, upgrading value and price

  Wildfires cause severe allergies and asthma due to exposure of smoke

  Violent Tik Tok video affects young students in Amarillo

  Amarillo moves forward with allowing businesses to serve more customers

  Youth livestock show continues even though Tri-state fair and rodeo was canceled

  Amarillo Ronald McDonald charity accepts new families during pandemic unlike some others across country

  The Big Brother Big Sister organization faces new challenges due to COVID-19.

  Amarillo dry cleaning businesses hurt due to pandemic

  Amarillo firefighter members honor first responders who lost their lives in 9/11 by climbing 110 floors

  Porcupine video at Wild West Wildlife Rehabilitation Center reaches millions