Natalie Kucko

Natalie Kucko

Reporter

WWNY

Natalie Kucko joined the news team as a reporter in May 2017.

Natalie was born and raised in Rochester, New York. She graduated from St. Bonaventure University with a B.A. in journalism and mass communication in May 2017. At Bonaventure, Natalie was involved with the student-run television station, SBU-TV, where she served as an anchor, reporter and producer. She also worked with the campus radio station, WSBU The Buzz, first as a news director and later as station manager.

Natalie grew to love the news business after interning at WROC-TV and 13 WHAM in her hometown of Rochester.

When she's not reporting, Natalie enjoys singing, traveling and spending time with friends and family.

Natalie is excited to join the north country and would love to hear from you. You can email her at nkucko@wwnytv.net or follow her on Twitter @NatalieKucko.


Recent Articles by Natalie

Lowville teen charged with making threat on social media

  Students unplug for ‘Phoneless Friday’

  Goats wear pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Works begins on solar farm in town of Clayton

  Carthage farmers market ends on high note

  Some still concerned about playground’s accessibility

Construction on pool could begin this week

  Saturday: Getting an inside look at an ambulance

  Climax building buyer could mean new jobs for Lowville

Watertown man accused of making threatening calls to Watertown High School

  Local high school students plan for future at Higher Education Day

  So just how wet was summer 2019?

  SUNY Canton police add body cameras

  Rising from the ashes after devastating barn fire

  Ice rink opens for season at Watertown arena

  Watertown’s Sewall’s Island ready for redevelopment

Stefanik announces nearly $300k grant for Clarkson University

No serious injuries reported in St. Lawrence County crash

Alexandria town clerk returns after unexplained absence

  North country native gets national attention for first book

  North country natives brace for Dorian in Florida

  Mr. Rick’s Bakery closing, 14 workers affected

  Fall semester begins at Jefferson Community College

  Town of Alexandria hopes to stage comeback for Bonnie Castle Rec Center

Saturday: Alexandria town clerk issues statement, plans on returning to work

  Town of Alexandria operating without a clerk

  Watertown developer gives city ultimatum, threatens to sue

Construction progressing on two Watertown bridges

  Volunteers come together to Love Lewis County

  Council to look at future of Thompson Park pool project