Nicole grew up in the beautiful mountain town of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Her passion for journalism grew as she traveled to all seven continents and learned about the power of storytelling and how it connects people from all across the globe.
Nicole went to Chapman University in Orange, California to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Political Science. During her time at Chapman, she interned with Dateline NBC and Nightly News with Lester Holt where she thrived in the fast-paced news environment. Nicole is looking forward to starting her career in Rocket City and building connections within the community.
When she’s not reporting, Nicole loves to travel, backpack, cook, and explore the Huntsville food scene!
Tuesday night, survivors of the workplace shooting in Albertville learned more about how they can receive money from the $260,000 Albertville Survivors' Fund.
Toyota Motor North America announced plans to build a new billion dollar factory to make batteries for electric cars, only four days after the city of Huntsville announced a plan called "Project Laser" which hopes to bring a national distributor to Huntsville.
The Huntsville Police Department released new surveillance video that shows a woman getting into an unused police van weeks before she was found dead inside.
A national nonprofit is working with the close-knit community of Albertville to help the people impacted by the workplace shooting at Mueller Water Products.
The anticipated demand for the flu shot this year is much lower than health officials would like. Community turnout for the vaccine was so low last year, the Huntsville Hospital Fever & Flu clinic won't be offering the flu shot this year.
Tuesday night at the Von Braun Center, 40 stars came together to celebrate country star Lee Greenwood's 40 years of hits at the All Star Salute to Lee Greenwood.
If Pam Cook hadn't gone in for a routine checkup, her cancer story could have had a different ending.
On October 11th, gas prices were the highest they've been since 2014. The nationwide average was $3.27 a gallon, according to AAA.
Sgt. Nick Risner received a hero's salute at his private burial Friday afternoon.
The flash flooding in Arab left thousands of homes and businesses in the community without water, as major pipelines were damaged during the storm.