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Adi Guajardo

Sr. Video Journalist/Reporter

Adi Guajardo joined Newsy as a national correspondent in October of 2020. She is based out of sunny Phoenix, Arizona. Adi covers immigration on the Arizona border and general news across the state. Before making a move to Newsy, Adi worked as a reporter at Denver7 (KMGH), in Colorado. Her experience includes extensive coverage of the George Floyd protests, four mass shootings in three states, the Austin bombings, immigration on the Texas and Arizona border, winter storms, and historic wildfires. From breaking news to special reports and investigations, Adi embraces all challenges and probes relentlessly to get answers. Adi’s passion for storytelling flourished in middle school after taking a television class where she reported on school news. That one class paved a career in journalism. Keeping people informed and being involved in the community is Adi’s passion. She works hard to raise suicide awareness after losing a loved one and helps promote diversity in the legal field. While working as a reporter at KENS5 (CBS) in San Antonio, she joined the HIV Alliance Inc. board to promote HIV testing in underserved communities. When Adi’s not working, she’s biking, hiking, running or out and about being a foodie. She loves to travel outside of the U.S. to help expand her understanding of the world and explore new cultures and traditions. If you have a story idea, career day, or event that you feel aligns with Adi’s passion, you can send her an email: adi.guajardo@newsy.com. If you or a loved one are experiencing suicidal thoughts, you can get help by calling the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

Recent Work
Protesters gather in Lafayette Park outside the White House over the death of Tyre Nichols.
APU.S.

Cities brace for protests after video of Tyre Nichols' arrest released

Posters, flowers and portraits fill the lawn in front of Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas
Lekan Oyekanmi / APU.S.

Uvalde, Texas shares concept for new elementary school after shooting

Bryan Kohberger, left, who is accused of killing four University of Idaho students in November 2022
Ted S. Warren / APU.S.

Idaho stabbing suspect made troubling social media posts

Eggs are displayed at a grocery store.
Scripps NewsLife

Why are egg prices so high?

A long row of double-stacked shipping containers provide a new wall between the United States and Mexico.
APScience and Health

Containers Used As A Border Wall Are Being Removed, But At What Cost?

Migrants from Venezuela prepare for relocation to a refugee shelter in Matamoros, Mexico,
Fernando Llano / APPolitics

Activists React To Supreme Court Blocking Immigrants Seeking Asylum

A group of migrants, mostly from Cuba, line up to board a bus.
Gregory Bull / APPolitics

Title 42 Stay Has Left Border Nonprofits In Limbo

Cherelle Griner, wife of WNBA star Brittney Griner, speaks at the White House.
Patrick Semansky / APPolitics

Brittney Griner's Loved Ones Share In Relief Following Her Release

Newsy's Adi Guajardo talks with Xavier Kraus.
NewsyU.S.

Former Neighbor Recalls Colorado Suspect's Comments On Gay People

Flowers and a sign reading "love over hate" lay near a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colo., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022.
Geneva Heffernan / APU.S.

Colorado Patrons Stop Gunman Who Killed At Least 5 At LGBTQ+ Nightclub

The House of Representatives is seen on Election Day.
APPolitics

GOP Takes House Majority; Plans Bills On Border, Energy, Spending Cuts

Workers talk atop a building that was heavily damaged by Hurricane Ian.
APScience and Health

FEMA Is Housing Hurricane Survivors, But Demand Is Sky High

 Science and Health

Florida Seniors' Retirement Plans Were Destroyed With Hurricane Ian

WNBA star Brittney Griner is escorted out of court in Russia
Alexander Zemlianichenko / APSports

As NBA Season Kicks Off, Players Renew Call For Griner's Release

Debris from Hurricane Ian in Florida
Gerald Herbert / APU.S.

Debris Cleanup Is A Huge Task In The Aftermath Of Hurricane Ian

A sign for Shucker's at the Gulfshore and the Cottage Bar.
NewsyScience and Health

Hurricane Ian Washed Away Income For Many Floridians

People stand among wreckage.
NewsyScience and Health

Hurricane Ian Ravages Family Fishing Business Just Before Crab Season

Boats damaged by Hurricane Ian
Steve Helber / APScience and Health

One Florida Captain Rode Out Hurricane Ian On His Houseboat

An aerial shot shows damage from Hurricane Ian on Estero Island in Fort Myers Beach, Fla.
 Science and Health

Dozens Dead From Ian, One Of The Strongest, Costliest U.S. Storms

Hurricane Ian making landfall in southwest Florida
NOAA via APU.S.

Ian Swamps Southwest Florida, Trapping People In Homes

Satellite image released by NASA shows Hurricane Ian growing stronger as it barreled toward Cuba.
NASA Worldview / Earth Observing System Data and Information SystemScience and Health

Some Florida Transplants Are Preparing For Their First Hurricane

Opioid oxycodone-acetaminophen pills
Patrick Sison, APU.S.

States Begin Receiving Money From $26B Opioid Settlement

A fan at a WNBA basketball game holds up a sign supporting Phoenix Mercury player Brittney Griner
Ted S. Warren / APSports

Expert Talks About Effects Of Trauma On Detainees Like Griner, Whelan

Rainbow-colored fentanyl pills
CBP Nogales Port of EntryU.S.

Officials See Wave Of Rainbow-Colored Fentanyl Across 21 States

A child visits the National September 11 Memorial and Museum in New York
Mark Lennihan / APU.S.

9/11 Memorials Stretch Across The U.S. To Honor And Educate

A box of Elsa Avila's belongings from her classroom
Adi Guajardo / NewsyU.S.

Uvalde Teacher Shot Says She’s Not Returning To The Classroom

Memorial honoring the school shooting victims at Robb Elementary.
Eric Gay / APU.S.

Uvalde Students Prepare For 1st Day Of School Since Mass Shooting

A homeless encampment in Phoenix is shown.
NewsyU.S.

Phoenix Appoints First City Funded Heat Office; Goal: Saving Lives

Adi Guajardo talking with Maria de Jesus Peters and her husband Juan de Dios Garcia Davish
Adi GuajardoWorld

15 Journalists Killed In Mexico, On Track For Deadliest Year For Press

Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin, Jr. speaks to the media following a news conference
Eric Gay / APU.S.

New Bodycam Footage Shows Police Responding To Uvalde Shooting