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.


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    Scientists announce vaccine to fight the world’s most deadly species

    BETHESDA, MD — Scientists are on a mission to combat the deadliest species known to man. Mosquitoes! According to the World Health Organization these disease spreading little suckers kill more humans than any other species on Earth. The good news is that researchers are working on improving these deadly stats. The National Health Institute says scientists are about to start phase one of their clinical trial for a new vaccine.  This vaccine would fight mosquito transmitted viruses, including Zika, malaria, […]

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    Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez cuts ties with ICE program

    HARRIS COUNTY, Texas– There might not be any snow in Houston, but ICE is melting! It is no question the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s crackdown on illegal immigration is a controversial topic. Amid rising concerns, Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez is opting out of a voluntary ICE enforcement program. According to officials, the program allows ICE deputized agents working inside the jails to screen inmates.  Once an inmate’s immigration status is determined, they can be deported, if necessary. Harris County, along […]

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    Watch model hang from skyscraper with no safety wires!

    DUBAI — You know how they say it is the pretty ones you have to keep your eye on? Well, if they are referring to this Russian model, we can understand why—  talk about high risk! What on Earth would make the beautiful Viki Odintcova hang 73 floors with absolutely no safety wires? As the 23-year-old dangerously dangles 1,004 feet, from Dubai’s Cayan Tower, her only support is her assistant’s hand! According to a local newspaper, Dubai officials forced the model […]

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    SI Swimsuit issue’s Sailor Brinkley-Cook, Bianca Balti meet Houston fans ahead of VIBES Festival

    HOUSTON — Someone call the fire department because Houston is burning up! Several models featured in Sports Illustrated’s 2017 Swimsuit issue were at the George R. Brown Convention Center Friday morning, taking pictures and signing autographs for fans. Bianca Balti, Sailor Brinkley-Cook, Lais Ribeiro, Danielle Herrington and Team USA Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman. It means another star-studded weekend for H-town. And yes, the very same babes in the 2017 SI Swimsuit edition are in Houston for the big event. Balti caught […]

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    University of Michigan offers course on ‘fake news’

    ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Bet you never heard the term “fake news” as much as you have since Donald Trump came into the political spotlight. Well, starting this fall, you can now take a class on it at the University of Michigan. Tweet after tweet, President Trump’s constant slamming of the media is turning the idea of fabricated news into a controversial topic. “We are not gonna let the fake news tell us what to do, how to live, or […]

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    Lisa Marie Presley hits rock bottom amid dramatic divorce battle

    LOS ANGELES — One would imagine being born to a musical legend like Elvis Presley means being financially set for life. Shockingly, this does not seem to be the case for the the late singer and actor’s only child, Lisa Marie Presley. Reports said the singer is in serious debt following the dismantle of her fourth marriage; paying her spousal support seems to have left her in complete shambles. But, money is not the worst of her problems. According to […]

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    Trump supporter who salutes “cardboard Trump” everyday, gets on stage with POTUS

    MELBOURNE, FL — President Donald Trump hosting a rally for an election he already won makes little sense. But a man at his rally, saying he salutes a cardboard Trump on a daily basis, makes even less sense! Gene Huber, met his idol during a rally in Florida, after being invited onto the stage by POTUS himself. “I got a six foot cardboard box of President Trump in my house. I salute that every single day. And I pray and […]

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    Houston Hispanic Forum’s 31st Annual Career and Education Day helps students plan for their future

    HOUSTON — What’s better than a free event? How about a free event teaching students how to choose a career and make money. Houston Hispanic Forum’s 31st Annual Career and Education Day is helping students figure out what they want to do in life. “So our goal is to make sure that every single high school student not only graduates high school but does something after high school,” said Linda Flores Olson, the Executive Director of Houston Hispanic Forum. The […]

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    UConn women’s basketball team makes history with 100-game winning streak

    STORRS, Conn. — After Monday night, the University of Connecticut women’s basketball 100-game win streak is the longest in NCAA Basketball history. No joke! The Lady Huskies earned themselves an impressive triple-digit winning streak. The UConn lady ballers have been in beast mode since 2014, and it’s been over 800 days since the college hoopers have taken an L. Of course, the college campus is freaking out over the victory. “It’s unbelievable to win 100 games. That really shouldn’t happen […]