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

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

  A visit to Cornwall Brothers Store and Museum

  Antique boat show celebrating 55th year

  Before the midway, livestock take spotlight at county fair

  Saturday: Group rallies in Clayton against Plan 2014

  Demolition begins on crumbling Antwerp building

  Cars hit by ‘smash and grab’ burglars near Black River Trail

  Learning to swim at the YMCA

  Man who lost home to unpaid taxes makes offer to buy it back

Cuomo signs bill giving protections to farm workers

  Hobby Lobby, other businesses coming to Salmon Run Mall?

  Fort Drum soldiers welcomed home from Afghanistan

Expect delays on Route 11 near Watertown

  From City to Village, and other solutions. Ogdensburg officials look for savings

  Clayton bustles in Fourth of July kickoff

  Watertown properties come off city’s condemned list

  Watertown man may sue city to keep his home

  State takes squirrel from animal rescuer

  Pamelia Fire Department replaces fire truck

  Flooding contributed to Three Mile Bay man’s death, widow says

  Watertown man unable to pay taxes on home

  Library offers literacy kits for youngsters

  High water continues to erode shorelines

  St. James Fair celebrates 45 years

  State beaches, campsites swallowed up by Lake Ontario flooding