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Nicole Creston

Nicole Creston

Morning Edition Host and Reporter

Nicole came to Central Florida in 1997 to attend Rollins College, and started working for Orlando’s ABC News Radio affiliate shortly after graduation. Since 2002, she’s served as a field reporter and news anchor, covering everything from national elections to local arts, from extraordinary hurricanes to historic space flights, from the people and procedures of Florida’s justice system to the changing face of the state’s economy. When local issues have received international attention, Nicole has reported worldwide for TV news outlets such as CNN, HLN, ABC, Fox News Channel, and BBC News 24.

When she’s off duty, Nicole can often be found performing with one of Central Florida’s many theatre companies, or taking in local arts, culture and music.



Recent Stories from Nicole Creston

Fishkind Conversations: Why Floridians Don’t Feel The Recovery



90.7’s economic analyst Hank Fishkind says both the U.S. economy and Florida’s look good on paper, but many people still think the economy is on the wrong track because they’re not feeling the recovery. Fishkind explores this disconnect between economic growth and public perception.














Fishkind Conversations: The Economics Of A Fish Kill



Residents along the Indian River Lagoon have been cleaning up after last month’s unprecedented fish kill. As news broke of another fish kill in the Tampa area, 90.7’s Nicole Creston asked economic analyst Hank Fishkind to explain the economic implications of the Indian River Lagoon’s health.


Voter Application For Dead Pet Sparks Seminole Co. Elections Supervisor To Launch Website



The Seminole County Supervisor of Elections has launched a new website to help residents tell the difference between mailings that are really from his office…and mailings from outside political groups that just look official. Elections Supervisor Mike Ertel says he made the move after learning a county resident was mailed a voter registration application for a deceased pet.





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