Nicole Isabel Eldridge is an in-house storyteller and traveler extraordinaire at the CW 39 Houston.

She has explored 15 countries and counting. Prague, Paris and Mexico City are among her top three favorite destinations.

Eldridge studied Journalism and French at the University of Denver. Her first language is Spanish, making her trilingual— or at least attempting to be! She has lived in seven cities within three different countries, including Spain and Mexico.

Her adventures in journalism started at KDVR/KWGN in Denver where she worked as a reporting intern. It’s there Eldridge realized she was made to be a journalist. She came on board the CW 39 Houston team in March 2016 and loves her position as an Associate Producer for NewsFix.

She considers herself to be extremely friendly in nature and enjoys making friends with strangers she encounters on a day-to-day basis. Eldridge has a passion for learning about new cultures and hearing other people tell their story; qualities that make her an excellent journalist and writer.

Having a proud Mexican lineage on both sides of her family, Eldridge strongly embraces her Mexican-American heritage while celebrating the backgrounds of others.

She has high hopes when it comes to her career and is excited to see where her passion for journalism takes her.

Recent Articles
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    Several injured in shootings at Houston, Miami MLK events

    f2605fb46a6e47afab7be3fd7032bb72″ auto=”true” width=”640″ height=”360″] HOUSTON — Several celebrations honoring the legendary Martin Luther King Jr. ended in violence in Houston and Miami during the holiday weekend. Houston officers rushed block party at MLK Boulevard and Reed Road after hearing gunfire coming from the area. Upon arrival, police found three teen victims including a 13-year-old girl, 17-year-old woman and 17-year-old man. The event is an annual tradition for most residents of the Third Ward. Investigators said the heavy crowds made it […]

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    ‘Girls just want to have fundamental rights’: Houston women prepare for march on Washington

    HOUSTON — Houston women are getting in formation — all in the name of girl power. They’re joining hundreds of thousands of women who are making their way to the capitol for the Women’s March on Washington. The march is scheduled for Jan. 21, the day after Donald Trump officially takes office. “The Women’s March on Washington will send a bold message to our new administration on their first day in office, and to the world that women’s rights are […]

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    Friday the 13th: ScreamWorld opens for 2017’s second unluckiest night

    HOUSTON — Better watch out for ladders and black cats because it is Friday the 13th. For all those hoping 2017 is nothing like last year, it is your unlucky day. The Stress Management Center and Phobia Institute reports Friday 13th costs the U.S. economy up to $900 million. This is because many superstitious folks refuse to do business or do any flying. But for those looking to dabble in the dark side Friday night, Houston has just the spot. […]

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    Did your job make the cut? Most swiped-right jobs on Tinder in Houston

    HOUSTON — Attention Houston Tinder users: if you are having trouble getting matches, it may not be your fault. It could be your job, which is getting you left-swipes. Swipers, take notes! Below are the most swiped-right jobs for the men and women of Houston in order of most favorable, according to Tinder. Ladies, first. Marketing director Hey, Houston men are not afraid of a little ambition. Teacher Who doesn’t have the hots for a teacher Real estate agent She […]

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    Viral video shows brawl at Katy High School basketball game

    KATY, Texas — Several Katy High School students could be facing disciplinary action after a game Friday night against Tompkins High School went from free-throws to free-for-all. “It took all of another five seconds, and it was complete maylay,” Stacey Nolan said. “But then when you’re standing there, and you’re seeing it, you’re thinking — is this really happening?” Stacey Nolan recorded the brawl on his phone in a video that has since gone viral. Nolan said the match started off […]

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    Identical twins training Chris Brown for match against Soulja Boy

    HOUSTON — If you’re a fan of the ‘gram, a certain social media beef is taking over your 2017 feed. Hip-hop artist Chris Brown and rapper Soulja Boy’s infamous Instagram feud is allegedly set to hit the boxing ring in March in a pay-per-view match. Floyd Mayweather is doing what he can to help Soulja Boy with his lanky frame. But, Breezy is getting training from Houston’s own Charlo Twins. The Houston professional boxers, Jermell and Jermall Charlo, are making history […]

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    Donald Trump briefed on Russian hackings, says Mexico will pay for wall

    WASHINGTON — Some say you have to see it to believe it.  Maybe, this is what it will take for President Elect Trump to finally come around, to the fact Russia tried to influence the election with the help of hackers. Trump said the low-down from U.S. intelligence officials, linking Russia and Wiki leaks to election meddling, was “constructive” at best. President Obama received the  same briefing Thursday and said “it’s alarming.” Nancy Pelosi calls the intelligence briefing by U.S […]

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    Dear 2016, can’t you just end already?

    HOUSTON – Hey, you got a second? Well, apparently the year 2016 has an extra one to spare.  According to National Geographic, the Earth’s rotation is going to last an extra second longer than our human clocks will tick. Really 2016 . . .  won’t you just end already?! It is only fitting such a strange year would hit us with a “leap second.” Since we have an extra second, here is a wrap up of the unexpected horror known […]

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    Man rescued from burning car after crash in Pearland expresses ‘thanks’ to good Samaritans

    HOUSTON — Hours after being pulled from a burning car, a Pearland resident told NewsFix he’s thankful for the Good Samaritan willing to risk his life to save a complete stranger. “I thought I was looking at my GPS. And when I looked up, I was veering off to the left real bad,” Paul Davis said. “Seen this curb. And then next I was in the air.” Nick Villalona was driving by Monday when he saw smoke coming out of the […]