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The Yuma native and ASU Walter Cronkite School graduate is delighted to be back home in Arizona.
Goodman started her career in St. George, Utah, working at an independent station. While there, she was able to do a little bit of everything from reporting to anchoring to shooting her own video and even producing.
From there, she headed east to West Virginia, working at the No. 1 station in the Huntington, Charleston market, WSAZ-TV.
Before returning to Arizona, Goodman spent the past three years at KRQE-TV in Albuquerque. During her time there, she covered many high-profile, stories including the murder trial of a former Albuquerque police officer, the Las Conchas wildfire that threatened Los Alamos National Lab, and the massive Wallow Fire that made its way into New Mexico from Arizona.
When she’s not reporting and tweeting, Goodman spends a lot of her free time hanging out with family and friends.
She also loves to travel and has been to four, soon to be five, continents.
Goodman is so excited to be back home and can’t wait to share some of your stories.