Nicole Crites Biography
Nicole Crites is an anchor and news reporter presently working at 3TV News Station as the anchor of good evening Arizona. She is a two-time award winner Emmy. In addition to anchoring Good Evening Arizona weeknights.
The best part of her job is learning new things every day and meeting new people. She is a devoted board member for supporting the Arizona military families. And wounded heroes, Military Assistance Mission, and nonprofit.
Crites believes that has a story for every individual. To her, the most interesting Nicole has interviewed are the ordinary ones on the street.
Nicole Crites Age
Crites was born in the United States, in 1977. She is around 45 years old.
Nicole Crites Height
She is 5 ft 4 inches/ Approx 1.6 m tall.
Nicole Crites Education
Crites joined Arizona University for her higher studies and received a bachelor’s degree on the same upon graduating after her high school diploma.
Nicole Crites Family
Crites likes to keep her life private regarding her family members and siblings despite being a public figure.
Nicole Crites Husband
Crites is married to her loving and handsome husband called Dave Crites. He works as a local police officer. The couple on July 1, 2001, tied the knot. The duo has two good-looking children called Cayden Crites and Callie Crites.
Nicole Crites Children
She and Dave are proud parents of two amazing children. Namely Cayden Crites and Callie Crites.
Nicole Crites Salary
Chrites receive an annual salary of $40,000 – $ 110,500, in accordance with 3TV News Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Nicole Crites Net worth
She has an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Nicole Crites Career
Crites is one of the main contributors at 3TV Originals. She focused on perspective to concerns and investigations that brought context in-depth features. Crites served for more than 10 years at CBS 5 News as the morning anchor before joining 3TV.
Crites got her first job as an intern in TV and served as a part-time reporter and an assignment editor. She also once spent her summer in Manhattan interning at 48 Hours.
Crites moved to the Inland Northwest, where Nicole served in Spokane, WA.At KREM 2 News as a reporter and news anchor for four years after graduating. She also offers crafts such as baby blankets quilting.
Crites while still in elementary school learned the art of blanket making from her mom.