Nicole Krasean

Nicole Krasean

Reporter

Nicole Krasean is thrilled to join the FOX 10 news team as a general assignment reporter.

Nicole relocated to Phoenix in June 2024 with her husband and fur babies from the Midwest. She was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, but spent most of her life in Indiana, growing up in South Bend. Nicole studied journalism at Indiana University in Bloomington (Hoo Hoo Hoo Hoosiers!). After graduation, she interned for the Indianapolis Colts during the 2017 season in their video production department.

In 2018, she started her TV broadcast career at WTWO in Terre Haute, Indiana. During her 6+ year tenure at the station, she worked every job in the newsroom - news/sports reporter, weekend anchor/producer, morning anchor, assignment manager, and even a seven-month stint as interim news director. This experience allowed her to gain knowledge and understanding of every newsroom role and an appreciation for every aspect of a newscast. 

Nicole covered several big news stories during her time at WTWO, including the landmark special session on abortion at the Indiana Statehouse in 2022, the aftermath of a deadly tornado in 2023, and the final federal execution carried out under the Trump administration in January 2021. Her investigative work at WTWO helped to change highway infrastructure, amend county-wide bullying reporting policies, and bring to light the illegal actions of a local judge. 

Storytelling and connecting with community members are at the heart of Nicole's passion for journalism and broadcast television, and she is eager to learn more about her new home and the people who live here. When she's not at work, you can find her exploring the local hiking trails, trying out new restaurants, and (loudly) cheering on her favorite sports teams. 

If you have a story idea or tip for Nicole, you can find her on X at @NicoleK_Fox10.

The latest from Nicole Krasean

Cold case arrest culminates decades of detective work and collaboration

The detective work to bring in the suspect of a 20-year-old cold case spanned multiple agencies, countries and department heads but was led by the determination by Detective Dominick Roestenberg, who finally tracked down the suspected murderer of Elena Lasswell.

Circle of Hell Run challenges trained runners in extreme heat challenge

Some extreme trail runners gathered for a challenging run in the heat of the day on South Mountain. The fifth annual Circle of Hell run lasts for three hours as trained, courageous tried to rack up laps for a good cause. However, running on your own in extreme is not advised.