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
Most power customers to be restored by early next week, but hardest-hit may take longer: CenterPoint
An official told ABC13 about the estimated restoration following Thursday's unprecedented storm. But the utility said it could take longer for the hardest-hit areas.
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Houston Mayor John Whitmire will soon unveil his first proposed budget as the city faces a deficit that could be as high as nearly $300 million. Here's how you can weigh in on the process.
Katy ISD trustee defends remark about students' immigration status: 'Gross misrepresentations'
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Fort Bend County DA becomes a 'better lawyer' after training more than 700 hours in police academy
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HISD leaders insist dozens of teacher layoffs are unrelated to $450 million budget gap
Parents said they've learned their children's teachers and principals are out of a job as HSD faces a $450 million budget gap. However, school leaders insist that's not the reason why.
Even without flood insurance there's financial help, but you may have to wait and it may not be much
What happens if you don't have flood insurance? There's still help available, but it might not be much. Here's all you need to know if your home was destroyed by the water.
Harris County tells those affected by devastating flooding over weekend that help is on the way
While cleanup has begun for some Harris County residents, a timeline for help from county officials has yet to be revealed in the wake of storms that left devastating floods.
Galveston police looking for man seen running naked in neighborhood, touching himself
Galveston residents are on the lookout for a man who police say exposed himself on a family's porch and tried walking through their front door.