Nate VanSickle is happy to be back in Ohio.
The Delaware native and Bowling Green State University graduate most recently worked at WINK-TV in Fort Myers, Fla., before returning to the Buckeye State.
VanSickle started as a photojournalist at WTOL-TV in Toledo in 2005. His first week there, he covered a riot sparked by a Nazi rally.
Then, in Fort Myers, VanSickle said one of his highlights was when he shot a manatee release into the Gulf of Mexico.
Now, VanSickle said that he is fortunate to return home to work for the station that he grew up watching, WBNS-10TV.
Among his 10TV highlights are covering a tractor-trailer that overturned, sending cows onto the freeway.
"I was able to catch up with one of them," VanSickle said. "I ended up chasing the loose cow for an hour-and-a-half as police and a cowboy tried to lasso it in."
While he's not working, VanSickle enjoys competing in marathons, camping and reading Dean Koontz novels.
- 2007 Regional Emmy for Feature Report (It's a Boy!)
- 2008 Regional Edward R. Murrow for Videography (Organic Foods)
- 2008 FAPB for Spot News (US41 Brushfire)
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