Domestic violence is an issue that is near and dear to my heart especially because of the stories I've covered as a reporter. Sometimes victims just need to know that there are resources out there and people who are able to help them if they're trying to get out of an abusive situation. I believe in Crisis Center and the services they have to offer for individuals and family units in need. I'm honored to bring awareness to the issue of domestic violence in the Basin.
About Clarke Finney
Clarke is a Southern California girl who knew she had a passion for journalism at a young age. Her earliest memory comes from her childhood when she would run around the house with her Barbie camcorder and create pretend newscasts on a regular basis. Her passion for storytelling grew the most during her years at Biola University, La Mirada, California. Clarke graduated Biola University in May, 2017, with a degree in Journalism Broadcast. She then headed to West Texas to begin her career as a reporter for Big 2 News/FOX24. Now you can find Clarke alongside Channing and Chase in the mornings on Good Morning Basin, before she solo anchors the A.M. Live show at 8 a.m. Outside of work Clarke is a die-hard foodie that loves exploring different restaurants. She has an interest in true crime and loves a good podcast. Although she’s still new to West Texas, Clarke has fallen in love with the Basin and is proud to call Odessa her new home. You can catch her at 5 a.m. on Good Morning Basin and 8 a.m. on Fox 24.