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!
The Federal Aviation Administration presented a draft environmental assessment on what it would mean to have a space plane land in Huntsville.
The Von Braun Center unveiled their newest addition to the Propst Arena.
The new property will have room for housing developments, a new road and, most notably, a new elementary school.
Tuesday night, DCS hosted a career fair with on-the-spot interviews as the school system tries to compete during the teacher shortage and hire candidates as quickly as possible.
Monday night, the Lawrence County Board of Education voted to shut down R.A. Hubbard High School.
The Providence community filled 10 boxes with brand new toys for those in need.
One local World War II veteran received the highest honor from France on Friday, as he celebrated his 105th birthday!
The plan they adopt will lay out the city's new district lines for the next 10 years.
This new ring road will connect Pulaski Pike to Highway 431, bypassing all of the traffic and congestion in the city.
The Huntsville/Madison County Chamber celebrated the 36th annual "Small Business Awards", putting the spotlight on what many people call the backbone of our local economy.