Adi Guajardo - Newsy

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: 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
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.

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

Texas House investigative committee chairman Rep. Dustin Burrows holds a copy of its full report on the shooting.
Eric Gay / APU.S.

Uvalde Report: 376 Officers But ‘Egregiously Poor’ Decisions

A young boy walks past a makeshift memorial honoring those recently killed at Robb Elementary School
Eric Gay / APU.S.

Video Shows Police Milling In Hallway During Uvalde Massacre

WNBA star Brittney Griner is escorted to a courtroom.
Alexander Zemlianichenko / APSports

WNBA Star Brittney Griner Pleads Guilty On Russian Drug Charges

WNBA star and two-time Olympic gold medalist Brittney Griner is escorted to a courtroom for a hearing.
Alexander Zemlianichenko / APSports

Rally Calls For Brittney Griner's Release After Biden Comments On Case

People wait for a community meeting in Guatemala.
Moises Castillo / APU.S.

Identifying Dead Migrants From Abandoned Truck Proving To Be Difficult

San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg with San Antonio Police Chief William McManus, left
Eric Gay / APU.S.

Disturbing New Details In San Antonio Migrant Crisis

A mother and daughter hug during an abortion-rights protest
Josie Lepe / APPolitics

Mexico Shipping Abortion Pills To U.S.

Jackie Cazares
Newsy / Cazares familyU.S.

Family Remembers Their Daughter 4 Weeks After Shooting In Uvalde

Crime scene tape surrounds Robb Elementary School after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
Jae C. Hong / APU.S.

Uvalde Mayor Says Robb Elementary Will Be Demolished After Shooting

A memorial at Robb Elementary School
Eric Gay / APU.S.

Uvalde Demands Accountability During City Meetings On Police Response

April Showers is pictured.

Female Entrepreneur Is Using Unicorns To Normalize Black Beauty

President Joe Biden and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro
Evan Vucci / APWorld

Summit Of The Americas: Leaders Talk Economy, Climate And Migration

Building that is hosting the Americas Summit in Los Angeles.

U.S. Excluded Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela From Americas Summit

A man shoots a gun.

Ghost Guns Aren't Hard To Make, And New Laws Won't Restrict Them All

Investigators search for evidences outside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
Jae C. Hong / APU.S.

Official: Commander Made The 'Wrong Decision' Not To Breach Classroom

Kladys Castellón prays during a vigil for the victims of a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School
Billy Calzada / The San Antonio Express-News / APU.S.

Uvalde Community Mourns Victims Of Elementary School Massacre

A gardener places a plant in the ground.

Some Americans Turn To Home Gardens As Grocery Prices Rise

Saguaro cacti are shown in front of an Arizona landscape.

Climate Change Is Threatening The Saguaro Cactus' Survival

Truck drivers at a gas station
David Tulis / APBusiness

Surging Fuel Prices Result In Higher Costs For Businesses

A worker in a protective suit swabs a man's throat for a COVID-19 test.
Mark Schiefelbein / APSci/Health

WHO Estimates Nearly 15 Million Deaths Associated With COVID-19

The sun

U.S. West Continues To Face Record-Breaking Temperatures