Nichole Berlie anchors Today in St. Louis every weekday morning from 5-7 a.m.
Originally from Lincoln, Nebraska, Nichole earned a bachelor's degree in broadcasting from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Go Huskers!), with minors in mathematics, Spanish and English. She also earned a master's degree in broadcast journalism from the Newhouse School of Journalism at Syracuse University (Go Orange!) in New York.
Nichole is no stranger to early mornings! She spent 5 years as a morning anchor at KETV in Omaha, Nebraska. She also spent time as a reporter in Omaha and Evansville, Indiana.
People often ask Nichole how she can stay so energized so early in the morning -- she attributes her cheerfulness to large amounts of caffeine and a small amount of "crazy!"
In her spare time she enjoys exploring the St. Louis area, working out, reading, spending time with friends and family, and taking orders from the ruler of her house -- her cat, Maddie.
Nichole loves to hear comments and story ideas from viewers, you can find her on Twitter and Facebook.
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Stories by Nichole Berlie
The local chapter of the American Red Cross held an inspiring event Thursday morning honoring St. Louis heroes from a Metro driver who parked the bus to catch a baby dropped from a burning building, to an Ameren lineman who saved a woman whose legs were crushed underneath her car, lying helpless on the side of Interstate 55.
On April 11 NewsChannel 5's Nichole Berlie and Sara Dayley will participate in the Go! St. Louis 5K race through Forest Park. Their participation is part of a campaign by the "TODAY" show called #RunForToday.
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On Thursday morning, Scott Connell, Pat McGonigle, Nichole Berlie, and Sara Dayley tried the Peeps milk for the first time live on "Today in St. Louis."
A south city resident says the recent increase in neighborhood violence has to stop. But he's not just talking, he's doing.
Every year firefighters and other city employees visit local schools and read to elementary school children in honor the birthday of Theodor Seuss Geisel, who was better known as Dr. Seuss.
The Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri got a boost last night with the Dessert First fundraiser.
Singer Evelynn LaVerne Johnson has always heard talk she was related to St. Louis jazz legend Daddy Buggs Roberts, a bandleader in the 1930s and '40s.
It's Friday, which means it's time for St. Louis Business Journal headlines.
In just a few months, the halls of an old St. Louis school building will once again ring with the sound of children's voices. Hawthorn Leadership School for Girls is set to open this fall at the corner of North Kingshighway & Cote Brilliante.