Arianna Martinez

Arianna Martinez

Dayside reporter at KFDA

Arianna is a reporter, originally from Hilmar, California. She joins us from Casper, Wyoming where she worked for KCWY13 as a reporter/anchor.

She graduated from the University of La Verne with a B.A in Communications with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Spanish.

Arianna joined our team in July of 2019. Although not born and raised in Texas, she is destined to be a Southern bell.

When she is not in the station she enjoys going on adventures and exploring the area. If you happen to run into her don’t hesitate to say hi.

Recent Articles by Arianna

Friday updates from City of Amarillo

  Texas Outdoor Musical season cancelled due to COVID-19

  City of Amarillo updates community on new practices related to COVID-19

  Texas schools will be closed until May 4

  City of Amarillo, City of Canyon reach COVID-19 alert level red

  TTUHSC medical students gain unique experience at Amarillo’s drive-thru COVID-19 testing site

  One couple is not letting nursing home restrictions come between their love

  City of Amarillo changes how they will report COVID-19 cases

  Amarillo healthcare professionals share proper ways to make surgical grade masks during shortage

  New way of banking during COVID-19 outbreak

  170 new doctors from TTUHSC join the front lines to combat COVID-19

  Hoarding in Amarillo causing replenishment issues

  Bars and restaurants in Amarillo, Canyon to remain open at this time

  City of Amarillo creates COVID-19 status levels to inform community

  Coronavirus causes no interruption for Shamrock Saint Patrick’s Day Festival

  Two major hospitals in Amarillo prepare for COVID-19

  Amarillo senior living facilities take precautionary measures to protect residents from coronavirus

  Amarillo’s Senior Citizens Association finally gets new building

  Hutchinson County to implement new Crime Stoppers program

  Children at Dumas Discovery Center celebrate first anti-bullying week

  Amarillo’s North Heights Linen Service to bring jobs, tax revenue and opportunities

  Amarillo real estate agent: election years are the best years to buy or sell your home

  Texas Panhandle veterinarians seeing more heartworm cases than usual

  New public charge rule causing scare among immigrants

  Dumas sees surge in students needing English as a Second Language classes

  Amarillo’s Westgate Mall sold to new owners

  Funding coming together for San Jacinto neighborhood redevelopment

  Amarillo shooting range negotiating safety features amid public concern

  Texas Panhandle students to travel to Vietnam studying effects of agent orange

  Born to Read 806 program gifting newborns at Northwest Texas Hospital with books