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

  Small business forum for Women, empowering women

  DPS giving inside look into crime lab and new changes promising bigger facility

  Vape shops and Medical experts weigh in on flavored vaping

  AISD working on a Crossroads program to stop students from dropping out

  Dalhart school using farm to raise money, educate students about agriculture

  School districts, cities setting tax rates for the upcoming year

Former city councilman working to increase technology education, jobs in Amarillo

  Experts: Most parents are unknowingly placing their children in the car incorrectly

  The need for dyslexia services grows in the Panhandle

  Not all heroes wear capes: David Cardenas making smiles as students start their day

  Quay County building new bridge next to historic bridge on Route 66

  Bell and Pantex waiting for Congress to pass current budget

  Act of Kindness helps woman struggling with financial hardships in Amarillo

  Amarillo police department looking to add office space

  WT students help feed those in need by giving back to the community

  Innovative technology used in the Panhandle

  Breaking Pavements: Amarillo women discuss getting into truck driving industry

  Veteran rescues horses from starving conditions and offers free equine therapy

  McLean firefighters injured, truck damaged in range fire over the weekend

  2019 accountability ratings for Texas schools

  Amarillo medical professionals help over 1,000 patients in Guatemala

  How parents can help their children deal with violence and destruction in today’s world

  Amarillo Parks and Rec asking for feedback on activities available for adults 50 and older

  ‘Not just for fun’: Amarillo police officer uses motorcycle skills to keep community safe

  Randall County Sheriff’s Office using drones to help keep the community safe

  Full pre-k classes now available at many schools around the Texas Panhandle

  Educators in Amarillo focusing on mental health awareness this school year

WTAMU graduate creates app designed for on-the-go students

  Big attendance expected for AMA-CON 2019

  Produce thriving despite last year’s hail damage