Alanna Sarabia has returned to her roots in North Texas. The proud South Grand Prairie High School graduate joined WFAA in May 2016 as co-host of the station’s homegrown talk and information program, “Good Morning Texas.” She began her television career in 2011 at WOAI, San Antonio’s NBC affiliate, while attending Texas State University where she was an active member of the ZTA social sorority.
Sarabia continued her career as a freelancer, later moving to field reporting before becoming co-host of “San Antonio Living,” the market’s longest-running lifestyle show. She also served as the entertainment reporter for KABB's morning show, “Daytime @ Nine,” and was the first brand ambassador for the CW affiliate.
In 2009, Sarabia was crowned Miss San Antonio by the Miss America Organization. In 2011, she put her dancing talent to use as an NBA San Antonio Spurs Silver Dancer. In 2012, she held the title La Reina de La Feria de las Flores (“Queen of the Flower Fair”) at Fiesta San Antonio, raising $25,000 for the organization’s Parent/Child Scholarship, awarded annually as scholarships for single parents attending school and their first-born child.