Damien Alameda

Damien Alameda

Tucson

Damien Alameda is a multiple Emmy and Associated Press award-winning sports broadcast journalist. Over his career, he has had front-row seats to some of the Arizona's most significant athletic events and achievements.

From Super Bowls to Sweet 16s, Damien has traveled the country painting the sports picture for fans back home in the Old Pueblo.

A native of Los Angeles, Damien graduated from Santa Clara University where his sports reporting journey began. His career wound through the Bay Area, made a stop in El Paso, Texas, then turned west and landed him in Tucson.

He started at KOLD News 13 in 2006. He’s been telling Southern Arizona stories ever since, armed only with a camera, microphone, tripod, and laptop.

Damien takes his responsibility of informing and entertaining his audience very seriously and recognizes how privileged he is to be in this position. If you have a story idea, please email him at Damien.alameda@gray.tv.

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Recent Articles by Damien

  NFL player, former Tucson High student to hold cancer fundraiser over gaming platform

Arizona men’s basketball game against UCLA results

  Chapman Automotive agrees to big sponsorship with Pima Athletics

  Pima goalie reflects on service in Swiss Army

  The turning point

FC Tucson Notches First Home Win

Will He Or Won’t He?

Wildcat Ladies set to host WNIT opener

  UA gymnast talks about connection to Parkland shooting

Sugar Skulls: Year one

Wildcats upset (17) Sun Devils, 51-39

  A Red Wolf and a Wildcat

  One Year Later

  Cats throw block party on Miners

  Rock n Roll Football

Roadrunners hire Varady

Dbacks select McLain with first round pick

Queen B

One down...two to go

Quintana Smash

Roadrunners playoff dates set

Cats shut down the Colonels

Tomey Headlines So. AZ Coaches Clinic

Final: Arizona 78, UCLA 67 (OT)

Pima advances to Division Championship

Public Meeting to Discuss Future of PCC Football Program

History-making

Conquer and move on

Final: Arizona 75, Stanford 67

Nakai named ACCAC Division II Player of the Year