Nick Emmons is an award-winning anchor and reporter for NBC 10 Boston and necn.
Nick previously worked at WHDH for nearly three years, where he covered many big stories across New England, reporting on terror trials, anchoring Emmy award-winning coverage of a historic blizzard, and live team coverage of the Patriots Super Bowl celebration in 2015.
In 2015, Nick was awarded a regional Emmy for best general assignment reporter. He was also honored with an Edward R. Murrow award for a series called "Made in Massachusetts" which profiled companies and employees in the Bay State.
Nick moved to Boston from Denver, Colorado, where he anchored morning and evening shows at KDVR/KWGN. Nick and his morning co-anchor were recognized by the Colorado Broadcasters Association as "Best Anchor Team."
While in Denver, Nick covered major local and national stories like the Aurora theater shooting. Nick also covered some the worst wildfires in Colorado history, as well as devastating floods.
Prior to Denver, Nick worked in Monterey, California as morning anchor at KION. He covered major events like the Japan earthquake, which triggered a tsunami that reached the California coast.
Nick also covered events like the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, where he interviewed crowd favorites like Kevin Costner, Andy Garcia and Bill Murray.
Nick attended college at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, where he was also on the football team.
Even though he and his wife are California natives, Boston has grown on both of them. Everything from the rich history and the championships to all of the seasons (winter not so much).
They have two French bulldogs named Frank and Beans... and yes, they have their own Instagram account.
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