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
  • Michigan State student’s dating resume goes viral after getting rejected

    LANSING, MI – With social media helping people to instantly connect, it is easier than ever to find potential dates. A sorority member at Michigan State was trying to help her sister find a date to her formal when she decided to ask the guys on the Michigan State Class of 2018 Facebook page. Abracadabra! Young Joe Adams and his dating resume came swooping in. The self-proclaimed “lover of breakfast foods and puppies” presented his case. In his work experience column […]

  • Galveston family asking for help on Go Fund Me to free their father from ICE

    HOUSTON — A Galveston family is fighting to get back their father who is being held by ICE officials after a minor traffic violation. The family of Gerardo Martinez says he was on his way to a physical therapy appointment when police stopped him for a broken headlight. After showing police a recently expired license Martinez was arrested in Dickinson. From there, he was transported to the Galveston County Jail. “The law enforcement was acting discriminatory. He should have been […]

  • Thousands participate in Tour de Houston as city tries to become more bike-friendly

    HOUSTON — There is no better way to start a Sunday than a morning bike ride for a noteworthy cause. The city’s 12th Annual Tour de Houston, presented by the Apache Corporation, kicked off as a part of Mayor Sylvester Turner’s Wellness Weekend. “Thousands of riders are out here. All the proceeds go to Houston Parks for their reforestation program,” Turner said. In an effort to become a more bike-friendly city, Houston rallied up cyclers of all ages and biking […]

  • Millennials running for office: How will social media impact politics?

    HOUSTON — If numbers don’t lie, it looks like the recent political climate is making people line up to run for office! Twice as many political candidates have signed up in the first 40 days of 2017 than all of 2016. This means more millennials will be running for political positions. The generation is more eager than ever to get involved. Houston Millennials, a youth professional networking group, is helping people get involved in the political realm. Over 100 young […]

  • Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau in Houston for CERA by IHS Markit conference

    HOUSTON, TX – Eat your heart out Houston! The world’s favorite political heartthrob is visiting the city. Yes, we are talking about Justin Trudeau. The Canadian prime minister met with Texas Governor Greg Abbot at the annual CERA by IHS Markit conference on Wednesday night. The two politicians discussed the importance of an economic relationship between Texas and Canada. Trudeau took home an award for his environmental efforts on energy production and protecting the environment. Prime Minister Trudeau spoke about […]

  • VIDEO: Uber driver attacked by biker gang on California highway

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA –  An Uber driver is recovering from a broken leg after taking a serious beating from a biker gang on the highway. A witnesses captured video of the biker gang’s violent assault Wednesday evening. The video starts out with the biker gang doing stunts on the highway, then surrounding a white Toyota. The bikers are then seen breaking the side mirrors and hitting the windows on the vehicle. Eventually, the attackers provoke the Uber driver to the […]

  • Trump’s new healthcare plan: what changes from Obamacare, what stays

    WASHINGTON– If Obamacare was an apartment resident its lease might be up soon. Republicans are getting their much-desired chance to repeal and replace President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act. President Donald Trump tweeted about the new changes, Our wonderful new Healthcare Bill is now out for review and negotiation. #ObamaCare is a complete and total disaster – is imploding fast! — President Trump (@POTUS) March 7, 2017 The new bill will get rid of the mandate which requires people to […]

  • Protesting turns to punching at March 4 Trump rally in Berkeley

    BERKELEY, CA – The words politics and zoo are starting to sound much more alike these days. In Berkeley, a March 4 Trump rally turned into a fist fight fest. The rally was a part of a nationwide march in support of President Donald Trump. POTUS expressed his gratitude on Twitter saying: “Thank you for the great rallies all across the country. Tremendous support. Make America Great Again!” Although most March 4 Trump rallies went smoothly, the situation turned ugly at […]

  • Bouncer attacks strippers at Indiana night club

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Two strippers at Cherri Palace strip club in Indianapolis received more than tips while performing. A staff member is caught on camera body slamming the dancers on stage but the video only catches a chilling glimpse of the attack. Jimmiesha Rankin and Shapree claim that security guards started beating them up and stealing their money while they were performing. “As we were getting attacked the security guards were picking our money up off the floor,” said Rankin. Bailey […]