Nick Ciletti is a three-time Emmy award-winning journalist who joined ABC15 in July 2014.
You can catch Nick anchoring ABC15's weekend evening newscast and reporting for the Valley's #1 10 p.m. news.
This marks Nick's return to the desert. He began his career at KYMA in Yuma, AZ and later went to WBBH in Fort Myers, FL.
As a graduate of the University of Miami, Nick double majored in Broadcast Journalism and Spanish and even spent a semester abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He's fluent in Spanish.
Nick has been front row and center for some of the biggest stories that have shaped our nation and region.
In 2017, Nick was sent to Florida to cover Hurricane Irma. That same year, Nick traveled to Houston to report on how Arizona first responders helped save lives during Hurricane Harvey. He also won an Emmy for Breaking News for his coverage on a dragon boat that capsized on Tempe Town Lake, carrying more than a dozen special needs athletes.
While working in Yuma, he reported from Mexico on the aftermath of a 7.2 earthquake that rattled the area. That same year, he anchored his station's breaking news coverage as then Governor Jan Brewer signed Arizona's controversial immigration bill into law. In 2011, he was the only local reporter on scene the day former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot and critically injured in Tucson.
As a cancer survivor, Nick loves to give back. He's volunteered at Phoenix Children's Hospital since April 2016 and has participated in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life since 2010.
In his spare time, Nick loves to go on walks with his adopted French Bulldog, Larry. He also loves hiking, running, writing, spending time with his family and traveling.