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

  Gulf War Anniversary: Amarillo VFW invites any Amarillo veterans to their post

  Panhandle schools preparing students for STAAR testing online by Spring 2023

  Amarillo economist share oil per barrel prices for drilling rigs to start in Panhandle

  With more people coming to Amarillo, general contractors steadily increase business

  New AMW officers fill need of more staff which will impact community

  Amarillo Banks share confidence for economies recovery after pandemic impact

  Amarillo commercial real-estate market growing, national chain companies set to move in

  26 non-profits within Amarillo and Canyon benefited by donation

  Numerous Amarillo businesses experience irregular sale increase this past weekend

  Some Amarillo gyms starting to see more people since pandemic started

  New Panhandle county sheriffs’ were sworn in today

  Hereford man reunites with family on Christmas after almost dying from COVID-19

  High Plains Food Bank expects to serve even more households in 2021

  Helping North Heights community prepare for Linen Service job opportunities

  Amazon plans to build warehouse in Amarillo

  Amarillo restaurants preparing for rise of takeout orders this holiday

  Some Amarillo Christmas Eve services will look different this year

  Amarillo’s travel and tourism doing better than most cities in U.S.

  Northside Toy Drive Giveaway giving out food boxes and books

  Texas Panhandle comes together and saves Amarillo Toys for Tots this holiday

  Amarillo Civil Air Patrol prepares for Wreaths Across America Ceremony

  Energy companies see increase of customers struggling to pay bills since COVID-19 started

  Wildlife Rehabilitation Center needs $10,000 by tomorrow to home more animals in need

  Lone Star Ballet needs to sell thousands of nutcrackers this weekend

  Amarillo Toys for Tots down 90% in toy donations

  New traffic light on Soncy and Perry won’t be completed until early next spring

  Amarillo Downtown Lions Club is down in overall glasses donations this year

  Veterans of Foreign Wars remembers and honors the attack on Pearl Harbor today

  ‘It was a significant fundraiser for us’: Mission Amarillo provides help for those in need

  Amarillo residents investing in being more comfortable at home as pandemic continues