Natalie Kucko

Natalie Kucko

Weekend Anchor, 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 in 2017 with a B.A. in journalism and mass communication. At St. 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 88.3 The Buzz, as a news director and later as station manager.

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

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

If you have a story idea, you can e-mail Natalie at nkucko@wwnytv.net or follow her on Twitter @NatalieKucko.


Recent Articles by Natalie

  Local lawmakers feeling pressure as state budget deadline looms during pandemic

  With loss of sales tax, Watertown’s mayor sees tough budget year

  Laid off? You have health insurance options

  Volunteer Transportation Center scales back services

Saturday: YMCA facilities to temporarily close

  Vehicles crash into homes in Watertown, 4 injured

  North country gets ready to deal with COVID-19

Crews raze duplex destroyed in fire

  Coronavirus: Increased prison screenings to take effect at north country prisons

  With coronavirus, hand sanitizer is getting hard to come by

  NY’s coronavirus plan creates uncertainty on local level

  Digging out after the blizzard

  Thompson Park Zoo to ask city for $100K in funding annually

3 reportedly injured in 4 vehicle crash in Potsdam

  TIERS helps with coronavirus screenings at Thousand Islands border crossing

  Stewart’s Shops offering ‘collector’ plastic bags

  Your vote could help Lowville skating rink

  NY could cut 2,500 inmate beds under Cuomo’s prison closure plan

  Storm puts snow plow operators back in business

  What Watertown leaders are looking for in a city manager

  What 2020’s economy might look like

  Getting ready for the plastic bag ban

  Watertown to create Neighborhood Watch program

  Rick Finn resigns as Watertown city manager

Crews raze old Perkins building in Watertown

  Dog goes from local shelter to TV’s ‘Puppy Bowl’

Mannsville man behind bars, allegedly steals from Watertown Target

  Snowtown USA continues with a snowy softball competition

Work underway on Hobby Lobby at Salmon Run Mall

  Pamelia man’s case raises concern over bail reform