Alicia Acuna reported the latest this morning on Utah's same-sex marriage fight after a federal judge struck down the state's ban on gay marriage. On Monday, the judge refused to set aside his ruling while the appeals process went forward, meaning the couples continued to exchange vows for a fourth day.
Alicia Acuna joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 1997 and currently serves as a general assignment reporter based in the network's Denver bureau.
Prior to joining FNC, she was a weekday anchor/reporter for KSEE-TV (NBC) in Fresno, California where she anchored the 5 p.m. newscast. She was also a weekend anchor/reporter for KGET-TV (NBC) in Bakersfield, California where she anchored the 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts.
A graduate of Northern Arizona University, Acuna began her career as an assignment editor. She was the runner-up for the 1997 APTRA reporter of the year award and conducted a fellowship at the CBS News national headquarters.
Stories from Alicia Acuna
Authorities say four people were stabbed at Sports Authority Field in Denver, Colo. last night after the Broncos lost to the San Diego Chargers.
In 1999, a Colorado grand jury wanted to indict JonBenet Ramsey’s parents for fatal child abuse, a newly released court document says.
Over the past four weeks, the Ailes Apprentice Program has been celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by honoring some of the most extraordinary people within the Latino community. Today, Alicia Acuna profiled legendary golfer Chi Chi Rodriguez, who now teaches kids the game and provides them with an education to live a better life.
The Ailes Apprentice Program is continuing their celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month with an annual series that features inspiring stories from the Hispanic/Latino community. Alicia Acuna joined Fox and Friends this morning with an in-depth profile of Olga Custodio, who became the first Hispanic-American Air Force pilot
The Ailes Apprentice Program is kicking off the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month with its annual series that features inspiring stories from the Hispanic/Latino community. Alicia Acuna joined Fox and Friends this morning with the first profile, bring us the back story on Goya Foods
The search is back on today for hundreds of people still trapped by Colorado's deadly floodwaters. About 3,000 have been rescued so far in the region as waters begin to recede.
The situation in and around Boulder, Colorado, has gone from bad to worse as thousands have been forced to evacuate their homes amid massive flooding. We saw some amazing pictures and video on America's Newsroom, as Alicia Acuna reported live from Boulder.
Wildfires raging in Colorado destroyed nearly 500 homes, making the most destructive in the state’s history. Tens of thousands of residents were forced to evacuate. One resident made sure to thank the firefighters who are battling the flames.
Disaster relief is underway in Moore, Oklahoma after a tornado ripped through parts of the city. Salvation Army officials say they’ve dispatched response teams and set up mobile food stations. The Red Cross has created a website safeandwell.org, where people can register to let others know they are safe.
Retired US Army Sgt. Troy Gamble is a resident of Moore, Oklahoma where a massive tornado caused death and destruction on Monday. He spoke to Fox News’ Alicia Acuna and shared the story behind an American flag that he put up amid the debris that was once his home.