Arainna has joined News 13 from California
Arianna was raised in Hilmar, California, but has lived in Los Angeles County for the last four years. She graduated from the University of La Verne in 2018, where she received her B.A in Communications with an emphasis in broadcast journalism and a minor in Spanish. Before working at KCWY she interned with CBS2 KCAL9 in Studio City California, where she dabbled in sports reporting. She also worked with Proud Digital Media out of Upland California and learned a lot of editing and marketing skills.
Arianna will miss her sunny California beaches, but she is very excited to see what adventures Wyoming has to offer.
“It’s not so much what I have seen but what I haven’t seen,” said Dave Freeman, 74, a volunteer and retired school superintendent. “There’s not much that’s recognizable.”
The border city welcomed Haitian refugees two years ago, but the latest migrant caravan is unpopular with the mayor and some residents.
"It will return schools to a time where rape, assault and harassment were swept under the rug," said an advocacy group for sexual assault survivors.
"There’s no social script for any of these scenarios," said the founder of a support group for donor-conceived children.
Dana Lawrence built a life of lies in order to defraud unsuspecting victims, including a pilot, a rabbi and a boyfriend’s mother, authorities say.