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
  • Claim your kids and claim your wives, Tax Day is almost here!

    Attention, America: Tax Day is approaching! Procrastinators across the country are scrambling to file their taxes on or before April 18. Do not forget April 18! It’s also the last chance to claim your 2013 tax refund. Here are some tips, for those of you who waited until the last possible minute. First, it is time to get organized. “Get in the right frame of mind and gather all your documents” certified public accountant Byron Riley said. To get every […]

  • Bayou City Wings apologizes for viral brawl

    HOUSTON– On Tuesday night, one man’s order of wings came with a hot side of punches and flying chairs. The incident took place at the Bayou City Wings, off of Gulf Freeway, when a man chatting with the group of strangers was assaulted. According to management, the man was talking with the group and started feeling uncomfortable so he went back to sitting by himself. One of the men from the group walked over to the man’s table and started […]

  • Man who killed wife in San Bernardino shooting was pastor with military background

    Karen Smith tied the knot in January with a man she had known for years. Just a few months before Cedric Anderson walked into San Bernardino North Park Elementary and shot his wife, himself and 3 students. Anderson and his wife looked like happy newlyweds on Facebook.   Anderson seemed like a man of faith with whom she could share the next chapter of her life. But after they wed and he moved into her Riverside home, another side of […]

  • If you’re scared of thrill rides, this is your worst nightmare

    PARIS — For anyone who fears thriller, theme park rides, this is your worst nightmare come true. In a recent viral video a woman is riding on an amusement ride at La Foire du Trône annual fair. The woman can been seen swinging from her feet after a strap on the ride breaks and leaves her dangling in mid air. Plus jamais j'fais une attraction à la foire du trône, ça fait déjà 2 incidents en 1 semaine 🙅🏽‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/oRNgRUQcjR […]

  • Unemployable??? Read this book and learn how to turn four figures into 10 figures!

    HOUSTON — How do you turn four figures into 10 figures?! Ha ha, don’t look at us! NewsFix caught up with David Thomas Roberts, author of the book “Unemployable,” who helped us make sense of it all. Roberts started his own company, Teligistics, 35 years ago. Now, it is the “leading telecom financial management company in the nation.” In the book, the entrepreneur shares how he turned $1,000 into a $20 billion market. Roberts says starting one’s own business is much […]

  • Feast your eyes on the Houston Barbecue Festival!

    HOUSTON — Nothing screams Texas quite like barbecue does. It was the perfect Sunday for some finger lickin’. The 5th Annual Houston Barbecue Festival at NRG Park was the place to be last weekend. The saucy day was complete with 25 different Texas barbecue joints. Twenty-three of them were local H-town favorites including CorkScrew BBQ, Pizzitola’s Bar-B-Cue, and many more! And of course, sampling was unlimited because everything is bigger in Texas. One group of barbecue lovers even took a party […]

  • Boys and Girls Country “Pedal for a Purpose” ride attracts more riders than ever!

    HOUSTON — Getting a killer bike ride, on a beautiful Saturday morning, while also supporting a local charity!? Talk about a double win. The Boys and Girls Country 3rd annual Pedal for a Purpose ride was a sunny success. The ride helps raise funds to provide children with nurturing home environments. Community Outreach Manager Liz Bear said “this is an important event because it’s new to the organization; so we’re reaching out to a new community of volunteers and donors to […]

  • Hillary Clinton shares her thoughts on Trump, Syria, female equality at Houston Luncheon

    HOUSTON– Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, was the woman of the the hour at the annual Annie’s List luncheon on Friday. The organization’s mission aims to achieve equality for women by changing the face of power in Texas politics. “I think that this crowd sends exactly the right message about what’s going to happen in Texas in 2018,” said Clinton. The former presidential candidate shared her thoughts on president Donald Trump’s latest airstrikes on Syria. “It is essential that the […]

  • America Divided: Jobs vs. Climate Change

    JOBS: WASHINGTON, D.C. — For Donald Trump supporters, his road to the White House was made of coal. Surrounded by coal miners and other friends, the president signed his latest executive order. “Basically you know what this says, right?” asks Trump. To applause he adds, “It says you`re going back to work. You`re going back to work.” The campaign promise of putting more coal miners back to work and revitalizing that industry clearly sits well with Trump supporters.  This executive […]