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Nicole Zedeck

Nicole Zedeck is a reporter at WAAY 31.

Title: Reporter

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!

Recent Posts by Nicole Zedeck

City of Madison: Rocket City Trash Pandas pay off debts early with $460,000 check

The Rocket City Trash Pandas are feeling the love from their fans, and paying it forward by paying off all of their debts to the City of Madison.

Madison City Schools parents learn about mental health resources for their children

Madison City Schools organized the "Mental Health Matters" event on Tuesday to teach parents about community resources to help their child's mental health needs.

Rabies cases on the rise in Morgan County

Morgan County hadn't seen a positive rabies case in the last couple of years, but that changed this month. Now, there could be two positive cases in only two weeks.

'Even though it's been 20 years, it still feels like yesterday:' Remembering lives lost on 9/11

Twenty years later, and most people can still remember exactly where they were on 9/11. For those who lost a loved one during the terrorist attacks, it does not get any easier as more years pass.

From ‘crybabies’ to ‘unconstitutional,’ North Alabama mandatory Covid-19 vaccination opinions vary

Under authority from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, all employees will be required to get fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or show a weekly negative COVID test.

Huntsville Hospital opens children's only COVID-19 test center

Huntsville Hospital is now providing a children's only COVID-19 test center at the fever and flu clinic.

Campers find wounded bald eagle injured by possible gunshot in New Market

One Labor Day weekend camping trip turned into a rescue mission, when three men stumbled upon a wounded bald eagle in New Market.

Statewide moment of silence to honor those affected by COVID-19

Tuesday, a statewide moment of silence will remember the more than 12 thousand Alabamians who have lost their lives to COVID-19.

Gov. Ivey grants $12 million to help recruit more nurses to combat COVID-19

Governor Kay Ivey reallocated $12.3 million of the Coronavirus Relief Fund to help hospitals dealing with a shortage of nurses during this resurgence of COVID-19.

Three Huntsville Public Works employees trapped in a deadly trench collapse

An investigation is underway into what caused the deadly collapse of a 15-foot-deep trench at a construction site near Joe Davis Stadium.

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