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

Work underway on Hobby Lobby at Salmon Run Mall

  Pamelia man’s case raises concern over bail reform

  Indian River Middle School students evacuated & road closed due to propane overflow

  Watertown’s vacant homes see big increase

  Cuomo proposes project to rebuild Whiteface Mountain lodge

Saturday: Stefanik sounds off on killing of Soleimani

  Be prepared for future flooding, says IJC chair

  Local woman simplifies life with tiny house

  Year in Review: 2019’s business news

  Thompson Park Zoo secured $40K loan to help reach financial stability

Watertown officials to meet with judge over 2nd city courtroom

  Salvation Army struggles for donations

  Group offers rent assistance to downtown Watertown businesses

  SMC reduces electronic opioid prescriptions

  Decking the halls at Fort Drum’s LeRay Mansion

  As local overdoses spike, has the ER seen more activity?

  A day of giving at Watertown’s State Street Market

Coroner releases fire chief’s cause of death

7 News’ Jeff Nelson receives honor

  Schumer wants increased outflows, safety measures on seaway

  Artist puts finishing touches on Cape Vincent mural

  Reforms could affect drug offenders seeking treatment

  Solar farm hiring 30 workers

  City council to vote on funds for Thompson Park Zoo

Collision shuts down part of Rt. 3 into Sunday morning

  Cobb donations surge as Stefanik accused of playing “political theatre”

  Watertown’s old Mercy Hospital site to go back on the market

  Salvation Army uses new technology at Red Kettles

  Watertown honors veterans with 2 traditions

  Mayoral race in Dexter still up in the air