An Air Force veteran in Utah has found a way to turn his love of country into a small business.
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
Tempers flared last night at a town hall event where Utah citizens expressed their displeasure with GOP Rep. Jason Chaffetz.
With the first 2016 presidential debate just hours away, every aspect of the much-anticipated event is being analyzed and scrutinized. That includes Hillary Clinton's customized lectern.
“I think it’s time to in fact shed light on this issue, that unfortunately threatens marriages, threatens families," said Gov. Gary Herbert.
The investigation into a Colorado woman’s death has been reopened after new evidence suggests that her suicide could have been a murder.
Several people uploaded photos of campaign volunteers wearing gear with their candidates’ names on them, arguing that it amounted to voter intimidation.
U.S. officials have now explained the strange, bright lights that were seen over the western United States.
As we get set to honor and thank our veterans tomorrow, Alicia Acuna reported on a retired Navy pilot who's trying to improve the lives and livelihoods of those who have served.
Some conservative lawmakers are working to roll back restrictions on the Second Amendment.
Right now, only 5 percent of U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents are female. But with a growing number of female immigrants coming into the country, the agency is hoping to change that.
The first plane designated as Air Force One is wasting away in the Arizona desert and in need of a new home.
Francisco Nunez, who was raised by a single parent in Washington Heights in New York City, was introduced to music at an early age by his mother.