Weekdays on Brazos Valley This Morning
Noelle Bellow anchors Brazos Valley This Morning on News 3 and reports during the week.
She joined the News 3 team in August 2015 after spending one year in Alexandria Louisiana at KBTX sister station KALB. Noelle was the Jambalaya Morning Show co-anchor and reporter there, and is excited to continue her career in the Brazos Valley.
Living in the south is new territory for Noelle, as she was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She’s always been a talker, as a child she constantly carried around her “Talk Girl” toy recorder, interviewing family members and friends. Her interest in television and news began as a high school student, when she became co-anchor of her school’s daily morning news show. She attended college at Loyola Marymount University, with a major in Communication Studies. While there, Noelle completed an internship with KTLA in Los Angeles in their Entertainment and Technology News Departments. Upon graduation, Noelle began working on the award winning KTLA Morning News show as a writer and Segment Producer. She is proud to have won an Emmy with her team in 2013 for Best Regularly Scheduled Morning Newscast.
After working behind the scenes for three years with KTLA, Noelle pursued her dream of being a reporter by moving to Alexandria, Louisiana and working for KALB. As a reporter and anchor she experienced Louisiana in a way only a reporter can, by eating bugs and standing in flood waters. Noelle spent much of her time reporting on education throughout the state as well. Working for KTLA and KALB prepared her immensely for the role she has stepped in here at KBTX.
This is her first time in Bryan/College Station, and Noelle is impressed with the excitement and passion that seems to surround the city. She is looking forward to getting to know what is important to the people of this area, and strives to be someone you can trust with your stories. Noelle is active on social media and loves to meet new people, so if you have a story to tell, or just want to say hi, don’t hesitate to reach out.