Destiny Richards

Destiny Richards

KFDA Reporter

Destiny Richards is the weekend reporter at NewsChannel10.

She is a native of Grand Prairie, TX, a city in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

She graduated from the University of North Texas in May 2016 with a degree in broadcast journalism and minors in criminal justice and political science. She is also certified in legal studies.

She is proud to be starting her career in the Panhandle.

Fun Fact: One of Destiny's favorite things to do is to read books that have movie adaptions and compare the books to the movies!

Destiny loves storytelling and would love to tell yours!

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Recent Articles by Destiny

  Groom EMS raising money for new fire, EMS station

  Casas for CASA raffle fundraiser begins this week

  BSA Harrington Cancer Center building new campus

  Lee Elementary School will change to Park Hills Elementary School

  Therapy dog in training works at local children’s clinic

  High grass presenting challenges for Road and Bridge Dept. in Potter County

  Canyon ISD in the design process for new high school, 2 elementary schools

CORD CARE Transportation expanding discount program to more area seniors

  Canyon PD gets new armored vehicle

  Busy boating weekend expected at Lake Meredith

  Project Fritch America fireworks show at Lake Meredith goes on for its 4th year

  Local church fundraising for student ministry at rebuilt fireworks stand

  Safe Place, Inc. cuts back services pending on-going investigation

  Six local business finalists present in Amarillo Enterprize Challenge

  New urban farm at Warford Activity Center joins other farmers’ markets opening this summer

  Local vets warn of heatstroke, heartworm and parasites among pets this summer

  Amarillo man hopes story of overcoming homelessness and mental illness inspires others

  Hemphill County EMS responding to McLean, surrounding communities

  Ronald McDonald House raising money to build new house in Amarillo

  Downtown baseball brings more revenue to parking garage

  Amarillo community celebrates vet school victory

  Stroke support group starting this month at Pampa Regional Medical Center

  Area students help make Borger beautiful

  Amarillo citizens weigh in on APD’s quality of service in annual survey

  Local farmers: Cotton crop devastated by rainfall

  Freedom in the 806 Anti-Trafficking Coalition takes on new initiative

  Changes to jury selection system in Potter County

  AMR now providing emergency medical services to Swisher County

  Pampa veterans, community remembers those who served on D-Day

  Local art students start Blank Spaces Mural Project to revitalize community