Ana Orsini

Ana Orsini


Lubbock, TX

Ana Orsini joined the KCBD team in September of 2018. A place her family once called home, Ana is excited to return to Lubbock and be part of such a special community.

Ana graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and minors in Sport Management and Communication. During her time in Aggieland, Ana worked as news intern for KBTX in Bryan/College Station, where she covered everything from the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey to the passing of First Lady Barbara Bush.

Her passion for news is driven by her passion for others. She knew she wanted to become a journalist after a college course gave her the opportunity to produce news videos for non-profit organizations. One of those organizations was especially near and dear to her heart because it was the animal shelter she rescued her dog Harley from. Ana grew up in Colorado, but most recently lived in California with her parents, younger twin sisters, and five rescue dogs. When she’s not a work, or out saving stray animals, you can find her watching a college football game or cheering on the Golden State Warriors!

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Recent Articles by Ana

  Makayla Pierson: Abernathy teen working against the odds

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Idali

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Stormy

  Governor’s Office aids efforts to stop sex trafficking, heal survivors on the South Plains

  Lubbock woman finds her “match made in heaven” after two years on liver transplant list

Last few days to donate to Buckner’s 2019 shoe drive

  State champion wrestler meets man who saved father’s life

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Tiger

  KCBD’S Pet of the Day: Meet Binkz

  KCBD Investigates: Bliss Bridal customer documents wedding dress disaster

  Early Learning Centers use grant to help families beyond the classroom

  Texas Tech becomes first university in Texas to offer augmented reality service to visually impaired students

  Woman searching for dog after car accident near Post on New Year’s Day

  Victim of violent East Lubbock stabbing speaks out

  Caprock Classic director Bobby Drum leaves lasting legacy on South Plains youth sports

  Empowerment program helping former Virginia College students get back on their feet

  Family and friends surprise soldier returning home for the holidays

  Buckner Lubbock hosts Christmas celebration for young adults aged out of foster care

  Hundreds of animals at the Lubbock Animal Shelter are in need of forever homes

  British man passes through West Texas on a walk around the world

  Brownfield cotton gin recovering following Thursday fire

  Recent house fires raise concerns over child supervision laws

  Local clinic has provided free medical care to children for more than 50 years

  Lubbock Metropolitan Special Crimes Unit created to crack down on violent crimes

  Students left wondering how to continue education after Virginia College closes all campuses

  Acuff community comes together for change at deadly intersection

  Chalk messages spreading hope throughout Lubbock

  Local business with ties to Utah State is ready for Coach Wells

  Lubbock attorney lends a helping hand to grieving mother

  Local pair of YouTubers feed homeless on Thanksgiving Day