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

  Clarendon breaks ground on new aquatic center opening next summer

  Spearman ISD ‘edu-tains’ to encourage social media safety

  Panhandle Kennel Club dog show wraps up Sunday at Amarillo Civic Center

  ‘Cookout for a Cause’ fundraiser supports APD officer battling cancer

  Borger celebrates 50 years as an All-American City this weekend

  Blank Spaces Gallery showcases high school students’ artwork at Snack Pak 4 Kids warehouse

  Community makes strides in reversing rising suicide rates

  The Loft Church moves into old Midnight Rodeo night club, hosts first Sunday services

  Second annual Slack-A-Thon attracts more ‘slackers’ this year, benefits Martha’s Home

  WTAMU white buffalo statue revealed at new Buffalo Stadium

  Armstrong County may cut Sheriff’s Dept. position for next fiscal year budget

  Dimmitt VFD’s restored 1929 fire truck makes parade debut

  Mussel detection dogs checking boats at Lake Meredith through Labor Day

  Amarillo Crime Stoppers Car Show raises money for rewards, student programs

  New wellness center coming to Heal The City

  Area schools plan to hire more officer presence

  Business booms in Borger with new building improvement program

  Pantex prioritizes environmental safety

  Perryton celebrates 100 years with Wheatheart of the Nation Celebration

  InfantRisk Center raises money to increase access to MommyMeds app

  Faith City Mission moving to bigger space at new location

  Glazier residents given all clear, fire in Hemphill County contained

  Area school districts ramp up consequences for vaping

  Dogs rescued from horrible conditions in need of new homes

  Mental health consumers respond to national conversation on mental health and gun violence

  Canyon ISD improving internet connectivity in the classroom

  Pantex ‘White Train’ on display at Amarillo Railroad Museum to be restored

  Groom ISD renovations continue this school year

  Dalhart family deals with aftermath of losing home, dogs after fire

  City of Amarillo approves North Heights health care laundry facility