Kevin Welch

Kevin Welch

Assignments Manager

Assignment Manager Kevin Welch is a native of Amarillo but spent his youth moving across the country before arriving back in the Panhandle more than 20 years ago.

He came to NewsChannel 10 in April 2016 with more than two decades of journalism experience. He works with reporters and other staff to develop daily and long-term news coverage.

His email is

Kevin lives in Wildorado with his wife Karen. They enjoy travel, dining and gardening.

Recent Articles by Kevin

  50 year lease in Fort Worth may mean AQHA is leaving Amarillo

  City of Amarillo leaders unveil Civic Center renovation plans

  State judge dismisses lawsuit aimed at stopping construction of HODGETOWN

  AEDC votes to spend $3.5 million on land in Randall County for possible business park

  AISD Superintendent responds to complaint in regards to AISD trustee

  EXCLUSIVE: Watch NewsChannel 10′s full interview with Greta Van Susteren on Mueller report

Decision on New Mexico ‘racino’ put on hold

  Neighbors react to arrest of former Sunray police chief, wife

  Fairly Group gives around $27K back to AEDC

  Evacuations cleared for downtown Amarillo gas leak

Fighting fire like devils: Los Diablos leave Mexico to fight American fires

Seven office holders not running for re-election

Amarillo doctor facing sex charges

Ruby Tequila's workers ready to continue case

Amarillo College and Ascension Academy helping students complete education earlier

Billy Glenn Ivy Jr. indicted on murder for hire charges

Burgess case awaiting appeal court ruling

FDIC posts ruling on former CEO of Herring Bank for misuse of funds

New helicopter ready for testing

City of Amarillo furthering plans for hospitality hub

Canyon EDC giving towards opening a Joe Taco restaurant in Canyon

Amarillo National Bank helping ease financial burden for Harvey victims

AEDC votes for $8M expansion

Amarillo City Council votes to increase traffic light cameras

Childress doctor arrested for wiretapping

LGC holds tour of Amarillo's new convention hotel

Former policeman suing Randall County for $12M

Downtown stadium attracts national attention

Baseball stadium construction scheduled to begin

Area pilots receive prestigious award