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

  Experts compare Potter County infant mortality rates to those in third world countries

  Amarillo bomb squad upgrades team and equipment

  Chief Ed Drain reflects on time spent in Amarillo

  Amarillo Crime Stoppers attribute 2019 success to new category for anonymous tips

  Amarillo grocery stores environmental efforts

  WTAMU, Amarillo College discuss requirements for reporting sexual assault, violence allegations

  Sam Houston Park to get $150,000 upgrade

Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare to start construction on new facility

Divorce rates increase during January in Texas Panhandle

  Pelvic pain specialists in Amarillo serving more than just the greater Panhandle region

  Suddenlink customers express their disappointment with the company and services

  Peaceful walk kicks off 2020 in North Amarillo

  Breaking down the cost of a DWI, safe alternatives to drinking and driving

Do’s and don’ts of adopting shelter animals during the holidays

How the trade mitigation program is impacting the Panhandle

  Holiday flights through Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport remain average despite national increase

  Dalhart woman found guilty of father’s murder, sentenced to life in prison

  Defense: Documents prove Dalhart woman did not kill father for money

  Walker and Mong Opportunity Ranch seeking donation

  Courtroom hears from several witnesses as Dalhart murder trial continues

  Murder trial for Dalhart woman accused of killing father begins today

  Gun laws explained after Amarillo clerk kills one and shoots another in an attempted robbery

  Potter County grand jury indicted man accused of killing mother

  Higher productivity and sustainability for cotton farmers in the Panhandle

  Blank spaces: creating good people, and beautiful art

  Get Off Your Apps, a way to moderate your child’s screen time

Improving mental health education in Texas schools

  Police asking for help after 7 people were shot early Friday morning at an Amarillo club

  Cold weather not stopping early Black Friday shopping

  APD staying in shape and fighting crime with new gym