Nicole Carr is an investigative reporter for Channel 2 Action News.
She joined WSB-TV in 2016, and has since been honored with three Southeast Regional Emmys, including a 2017 award for live reporting, and a 2020 award for investigative reporting.
Carr comes to Atlanta from WTVD in Raleigh, NC, where she served as a Fayetteville/Fort Bragg bureau reporter and fill-in anchor.
Covering her military hometown was a fitting assignment, as Nicole grew up an Army Brat. Her family made 10 moves before she turned 16, living everywhere from Alaska to Panama.
In 2012, Nicole was awarded a reporting fellowship through the International Center for Journalists. From Beijing, she pitched and produced a series revolving around North Carolina furniture and agriculture trade with China.
Nicole is a proud graduate of Winston-Salem State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication. She went on to Syracuse University, where she earned a Master’s of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism.
While journalism is her passion, Nicole’s most important work is at home as a wife and mother.
She also enjoys a good book, travel, and supporting military families.
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