Victoria Price was named weekend anchor in June 2017 after two years with the station as a morning anchor and reporter.
West Coast raised, East Coast educated and Texas trained, Victoria is excited to see what Arkansas has in store for her and her career! Since she arrived at KARK, she has won regional Emmy awards for both her live reports from the scene of a fatal bus crash and story spotlighting a mother's struggle with faith and family. Victoria's work has also been recognized with a regional Edward R. Murrow Award.
Victoria came to Little Rock from KAMC News, the ABC affiliate in Lubbock, Texas, where she anchored the weekend newscasts and reported during the week. While in Lubbock she covered a wide range of stories, from heart-wrenching murders to the heartwarming tale of a local pair of conjoined twins...plus, the occasional heart-stopping tornado that would touch down!
She graduated from Boston University in 2013 where she studied Broadcast Journalism and International Relations. While at school, she won several Associated Press and student Emmy awards. She was also fortunate enough for the opportunity to report from London as a student correspondent at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
When not in the newsroom, this fourth generation San Diegan (yes, they exist) loves to explore the outdoors, whether she's hiking, boating, or riding horses. She's also a big fan of music, traveling, and her tiny rescue dog Lulu.
Victoria welcomes questions, story ideas, or suggestions (like for the best burrito in town!), just see her social media accounts or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.