Nicole Stein

NBC5 News Weekend anchor and reporter Nicole Stein was born and raised in Orange County, California.

She graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Mass Communications. While at Arizona State, Nicole was a reporter for Cronkite News on Arizona PBS8 and interned for three local radio stations.

When she isn't reporting, Nicole enjoys spending time with family and friends, as well as dancing, reading and traveling.


Nicole's most recent stories:

JaCo Sheriff says county needs new jail

Medford, Ore., — Jackson County’s Sheriff says the county needs a new jail, one up to three times the size of the current one. The jail opened new beds earlier this year, but it’s already at capacity. Right now the system works …

No air conditioning in five G.P. schools

Grants Pass, Ore., — “We absolutely would love to have new h-vac units in every one of our schools.” Five schools in the Grants Pass School District don’t have air conditioning. With temperatures rising in to the high 90’s, the school district …

Preparations underway for Boatnik

Grants Pass, Ore., — Boatnik preparations are underway for this weekend’s event. Organizers say this year has some new additions visitors haven’t seen before. On Friday, there will be a concert featuring Jack Russell’s Great White. And Brewfest is two days again …

Local firefighter helps save man on flight

Grants Pass, Ore,. — “We’re never truly off duty in the fire service.” When the sirens go off, it’s time to work. “I’ve been doing this for 26 years.” For Grants Pass Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Tim Delisle, being a trained EMT …

Car crash takes out power in Grants Pass

Grants Pass, Ore., — A single car crash in Grants Pass left streets without power for hours overnight. Grants Pass Police say 26-year-old Kristin Schneider was driving under the influence when she crashed into a telephone pole on Seventh Street near Voorhies …

Hope Village to begin building

Medford, Ore., — Hope Village in Medford is expanding, as crews get ready to start building the tiny homes. Building the tiny home community on Columbus and McAndrews has been delayed for months because of the weather. Now that it’s finally warming …
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