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

  9-year-old brain cancer survivor has the surprise of a lifetime

  The importance of SAT and ACT for colleges on the High Plains

  Residents voice their concern over shooting range in Amarillo

  HIV and STD rates above state average in Potter County

  New 3D scanners help officers work quicker and more thoroughly

  Amarillo may soon have a cowboy Disneyland tourist destination

  We’re here to help: Pampa Regional Medical Center expands their Behavioral Health unit

Amarillo going national with a historic 48-hour special brought to you by C-Span

  Falling back or falling asleep? The impacts of daylight saving time on the Panhandle

  Little free libraries popping up around Amarillo bringing more books to children

  Trick-or-Treating indoor options to stay warm this Halloween in Amarillo

  Cold and wet temperatures impacting Panhandle crops to continue

  Plowing the snow away: TxDOT and the City of Amarillo working together

  Dallam and Hartley Counties expand their telemedicine program

  Jury finds former priest not guilty of sexual abuse charges

  Amarillo College is opening a new creative space to elevate students work

  Measuring a storm: How the National Weather Service rates tornadoes

  Witnesses continue to testify in trial of former priest accused of sexual abuse

  ‘He begged me not to call the police’: Trial begins for former priest accused of sexual abuse

  Jury selection begins for trial of former priest accused of sexual abuse in Parmer County

  Curry County Detention Center adds millions of dollars worth of upgrades

  The flu season is among us, new tests are available to help patients receive the right medication

  ART is a new method to treat PTSD and individuals with trauma

  Amarillo Senior Citizens Association to move off Amarillo College campus in 1 year

  Experts: Cursive writing helps students with learning disabilities

  Grab your wallets and enjoy a shopping day out in Amarillo

  Dalhart man recovering after historic B17 bomber crash in Connecticut

  Man sentenced to life in prison for murder of Joel Frazier

  The pros and cons of rain for Panhandle farmers

  Lifetime heart of the Barrio awarded today