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Nicole Darden-Creston

Nicole Darden-Creston

Morning Edition Host and Reporter

Nicole came to central Florida to attend Rollins College and started working for Orlando’s ABC News Radio affiliate shortly after graduation. As a field reporter, news anchor and radio show host in the City Beautiful, she has covered 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 Darden-Creston

Fishkind Conversations: The Proposed Tax Plan’s Effect On Florida



U.S. House Republican leaders have unveiled their tax plan, called the “Tax Cut and Jobs Bill.” 90.7’s Nicole Darden Creston asked economic analyst Hank Fishkind what effects the plan would have on Florida residents, if it is adopted as proposed.


Fishkind Conversations: Irma’s Effect On Florida Jobs



Hurricane Irma essentially shut down Florida’s economy during a very important week in September, says 90.7’s economic analyst Hank Fishkind. But is Irma’s drastic effect on Florida’s job numbers a cause for concern?








As of early Tuesday afternoon, the latest five-day “spaghetti model” forecast of potential tracks for Hurricane Irma, courtesy of Florida Public Radio Emergency Network

Gov. Scott Declares State Of Emergency As Hurricane Irma Strengthens In Atlantic



As of early Tuesday afternoon, Hurricane Irma is a Category 5 storm in the Atlantic with wind speeds up to 180 mph. Five-day forecasts predict Florida will see some impact from Irma, but it’s too soon to know for sure. In preparation, Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency for all of Florida’s 67 counties.











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