Nick Natario
Nick Natario is an ABC13 multi-media journalist. Nick came to Houston after working in four other cities across the country. Nick started his career in Elmira, New York, and most recently spent two years at WISH-TV in Indianapolis, Indiana. During Nick's career, he followed Mike Pence on his rise to Washington D.C., from being added to the ticket in New York City, vice presidential debate in Virginia, and Election Night in New York City. Nick also covered historic flooding in South Carolina in 2015. Nick takes pride in being a multi-media journalist. His work earned him a New York State Associated Press award, and three regional Emmy nominations for best multi-media journalist.

In Nick's spare time he enjoys running. He has tackled several 5K, 10K and a half marathon race. One thing he's looking forward to in H-Town is embracing its sports teams. Being a Massachusetts native, Nick is a diehard Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins fan, but he's looking forward to cheering on Houston's professional teams. His passion for sports isn't only tied to professional teams. Nick bleeds orange. As a Syracuse University graduate, he can't get enough of his Orange teams.

Nick's Stories
Up to $25M needed to fix Houston's aging water lines amid increase in main breaks, council says
"We were being overwhelmed." Mayor Turner said the city usually sees about 400 water main breaks a day, and this past summer, that number shot to 1,100 breaks in one day.
Fiery elections debate continues in Harris County as leaders wait on reports into what went wrong
Three weeks after the election, the Election Administrator said he has yet to finalize a report.
Water treatment experts answer questions about what happened with Houston's boil notice
Why were residents in the fourth-largest U.S. city notified hours after the initial system outage that there was a notice? Experts answer all your questions here
Labor shortages in the retail industry could cause Black Friday lines to be even longer this year
More people plan to do in-person shopping this Black Friday, but with labor shortages, we looked into whether this could create longer lines.
Galveston homeless: Rising living costs, jail and hospital releases seen as factors for spike
An authority on homelessness on the island said it happened rapidly and in the last two years. Leaders are now looking at solutions to prevent an out-of-control issue.
Deputy opens fire at suspect who pointed weapon in NW Harris Co. neighborhood, sheriff's office says
The reported chaos appeared to have began when a business owner was followed to her home, where four suspects tried to rob her, deputies say.
Judge Lina Hidalgo maps out top 5 priorities as she is slated to begin second term in Harris County
In addition to crime, Hidalgo listed the idea for Harris County to switch to all-renewable energy. Even going as far as approving electric vehicles to be used at the Harris County Sheriff's Office
ABC13 hosts its 100th episode of Who's Hiring Job Fair
With this being National Apprenticeship Week, ABC13 is taking a look at apprenticeship opportunities in the Greater Houston area.
ABC13 prepares to host its 100th who's hiring job fair with even more opportunities
When the fairs first started, they focused on finding people jobs. As the unemployment rate improved, we shifted to inviting guests each week to highlight careers and opportunities.
Late openings, lack of paper and bad communication, Harris County leaders hear about election issues
Harris County leaders still don't know the extent of what went wrong during Election Day, although they're making suggestions on improving future polls.