Nicolette Perrone

Nicolette Perrone

KFDA Reporter

A New Yorker turned Texan, Nicolette is excited to be a part of the NewsChannel 10 team.

She graduated from St. John's University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Public Relations.

Ever since Nicolette was little, she would use her Polaroid as a broadcasting tool to share the stories of the people within the beachside community she grew up in. Nicolette looks forward to serving every NewsChannel 10 listener with stories that matter to them.

Outside of work, Nicolette loves to travel, head to sporting events and hit the gym with a good book in hand. She's currently searching for the best tacos in all of Texas. If you know a place or would simply like to chat, reach out on social media or send Nicolette an email at

Recent Articles by Nicolette

  “The army behind the army”: Salvation Army of Amarillo welcomes new major who hopes to increase community footprint

  Amarillo’s animal shelter names new director

  Amarillo’s Civic Center to get a $6 million roof upgrade

  Keeping your pets safe during Independence Day festivities

  Amarillo proposes fee increase for after school program at Warford Activity Center

  ‘Hide, think, lock': Amarillo Police report more than 480 cars stolen so far this year

  City of Amarillo approves reconstruction of Lift Station 32

  Potter County still recovering from malware attack

  Employee celebrates 50 years at BSA

  First responders and community come together to raise funds for Uniformed Services Unit

  Dallas Cowboys linebacker inspires Maverick Boys and Girls Club children

  City of Amarillo project almost doubles in cost after rain presents construction challenges

  City of Amarillo updates customers on utility billing software

  Amarillo College offering free safety classes

  More than a title: Why classification of 911 dispatchers as first responders in Texas is important

  City of Amarillo to keep red light cameras through end of contract

  Amarillo City Transit proposing fare changes, route modifications

  Owner surrenders increase at Amarillo’s animal shelter; volunteers needed

  AISD approves latest board resignation; two seats now open

  New pilot program allows victims to track rape kits

  New state law requires change in Amarillo’s building permit fee

  Amarillo Fire responds to 50 vehicles stranded in floodwaters over the weekend

  ‘Safety is at stake:’ Plumbing businesses concerned about consumer safety

  Make a splash with your opinion: City of Amarillo wants to hear from you about Thompson Park Pool

  Local agencies cracking down on DWI drivers through joint task force

  Northwest Texas Healthcare System planning to invest $50M over next five years

  Canyon Area Library is now fine-free

  Fire Station 3, AFD’s newest firehouse, opens its doors

  ‘Anything helps’: Salvation Army thrift store in need of donations

  Paid parking to be enforced beginning June 3 in downtown Amarillo