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
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

President Joe Biden speaks during a meeting.
Susan Walsh / APWorld

Pres. Biden, Mexican Pres. Lopez Obrador Focused On Migration In Call

A Customs and Border Protection vehicle.
Felix Marquez / APPolitics

Immigration Groups Ramp Up Efforts To Help Migrants When Title 42 Ends

Protesters march after a Minnesota judge halted stricter standards on when police can use deadly force.
Julio Cortez / APU.S.

Understanding How And When Police Use Deadly Force

Yasmin Flanigan.

Mom On TikTok Teaches Others To Save Using Digital Coupons

A variety of guns are laid out on a table

President Biden Announces New Regulations Cracking Down On Ghost Guns

A long COVID patient receives treatment.
Kirsty Wigglesworth / APSci/Health

New Research Will Look Into Understanding, Treating Long COVID

A migrant family passes through a gap in the border wall.
Eugene Garcia / APPolitics

Border Town Pushes To Close Wall Gaps, Though Some Say It's Dangerous

Kid punching a heavy bag
Adi Guajardo / NewsyU.S.

Boxing Club Offers Kids A Safe Space And Guidance

A therapist talks to their patient

Survey: Americans Are Experiencing Stress At Alarming Levels

A couple shops at a grocery store
Sue Ogrocki / APU.S.

Retirees Feeling Pinch Of Soaring Inflation, Spike In Consumer Prices

Border patrol agents detain migrants trying to cross the border.

Both Sides Push Biden To Talk Immigration Ahead Of SOTU Address

Supporters of truck convoy protesting COVID-19 mandates in the U.S.
Nathan Howard / APU.S.

U.S. Truck Convoy Opposing COVID-19 Mandates En Route To D.C.

A person, wearing a facemask, walks a dog
Ted S. Warren / APSci/Health

Nearly 75% Of Americans Are Immune To The Omicron Variant

Middle school students wearing masks get off the bus
Craig Mitchelldyer / Portland Public SchoolsU.S.

As State Mask Rules End, School Leaders Are In The Middle

Canadians protest COVID-19 mandates
Nathan Denette. / The Canadian Press via APWorld

COVID-19 Protests Impact Border Trade Between Canada, U.S.

Oxycodone pills
Keith Srakocic / APU.S.

Native American Tribes Reach $590 Million Opioid Settlement