Alyana Gomez
Alyana Gomez joined the Action News team in February 2022. She is the co-anchor of Action News at 10 A.M.

Born in Philadelphia and raised in Collingswood, New Jersey, Alyana had a microphone in her hand from the time she was little girl. At an early age, she knew she wanted her voice to be heard and had her sights set on a career in front of the camera. Alyana was also determined to live her life helping others.

Her lofty goals as a kid became clearer and more focused in college, where she channeled her passion for writing. Alyana attended Salisbury University in Maryland, where she studied Journalism and landed her first job in local news. There, she won her first Associated Press award for enterprise reporting, spot news and in-depth coverage.

Her next stop was Jacksonville, Florida where she worked as a reporter, covering everything from natural disasters to government accountability. Alyana was honored and humbled to win her first Emmy award for coverage of a murder trial.

Alyana then moved to Hartford, Connecticut where she anchored weekend mornings and helped launch the consumer investigative unit. She also became a mother for the first time, with the birth of her son.

Then the West Coast came calling, with an opportunity to anchor and report in the Bay Area. Alyana covered the destructive Wine Country fires, California's deadliest wildfire in Paradise, homelessness and the impact of lead poisoning on children in Oakland. What she loved most about her time there was her connection to such a culturally vibrant community and the fulfilling work she did with the Golden State Warriors Community Foundation.

While in California, Alyana's family grew with the birth of her baby girl. She hopes that her life as a hard-working mom with a demanding career will one day encourage her children to make a difference in their community too.

Speaking of... out and about in the community is where you'll find her most days! Don't be afraid to say hi in the grocery store or down the shore.

Alyana's Stories
Action News' Alyana Gomez mics up while riding Dorney Park's new Iron Menace roller coaster
There we are on the fast track to the top of the Iron Menace in Allentown. Fear sets in as we hang over the edge of the track, for the longest 3 seconds of our lives.
Sneak peek of the Iron Menace, Dorney Park's 1st coaster in 19 years
The coaster is said to hit speeds up to 64 miles per hour!
'Stand Up and Drink' comedy trolley tour returns to Philadelphia
If you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, how about a roving comedy trolley tour?
Gwynedd Mercy University celebrates history of 75 years of female leadership
Celebrating 75 years of collegiate excellence, Gwynedd Mercy University has been led by visionary women since its inception in 1948.
See who won Visit Philly's 2024 Liberty Bell Awards
The winners of the inaugural Visit Philly Liberty Bell awards have been announced!
Blood donations help save New Jersey girl's life during brave battle with leukemia
Ellie Moon is a bright, vibrant 5-year-old girl with a very playful spirit. But her bravery was tested three days before her 3rd birthday when she was rushed to the hospital for a mysterious illness.
Visit Philly's 1st ever Liberty Bell Awards honors some of the best things in Philadelphia
There is a new way to honor some of Philadelphia's most beloved people, places and things.
South Jersey Councilman creates leadership academy to help teen boys prepare for a successful future
A city council member in South Jersey is spending his free time giving back by developing the leaders of tomorrow.
Penn Valley man delivering aid to Israel recounts carnage, strength among war-torn nation
The carnage weighs heavy on Elliot Rosen, who just returned from a 10-day visit to Jerusalem where he saw the trauma firsthand through his work with the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia.
Foodies rejoice for restaurant week in West Chester and East Passyunk
Restaurant week is back with some delicious destinations, in the suburbs and the city. It's a great opportunity for restaurants to show off their culinary skills and bring in new customers