Nicole Chavez, Eyewitness News

Nicole Chavez

Eyewitness News

Atlanta, GA, United States

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  • KCTV5 - Kansas City
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  • FOX 5 Las Vegas
  • FOX 12 Oregon KPTV
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Recent articles by Nicole:

Shanquella Robinson death being investigated as femicide. Here is what it means

Femicide is an unfamiliar term for many in the United States as this gender-motivated crime has not been defined by US legislation despite being a global issue. → Read More

Shanquella Robinson death being investigated as femicide. Here is what it means

Femicide is an unfamiliar term for many in the United States as this gender-motivated crime has not been defined by US legislation despite being a global issue. → Read More

CNN

Shanquella Robinson's death is being investigated as a femicide. Here is what it means

The killing of Shanquella Robinson is being investigated as a femicide, an unfamiliar term for many in the United States as this gender-motivated crime has not been defined by US legislation despite being a global issue. → Read More

CNN

4 largest cities in America will be led by Black mayors

When Rep. Karen Bass is sworn in as Los Angeles mayor next month, Black people will be leading the four largest cities in America. → Read More

Kanye West can't sell 'White Lives Matter' shirts because two Black men own the trademark

West wore a shirt with an image of Pope John Paul II on the front and the words "White Lives Matter" written on the back during a surprise catwalk event held at Paris fashion week. → Read More

Kanye West can't sell 'White Lives Matter' shirts because two Black men own the trademark

West wore a shirt with an image of Pope John Paul II on the front and the words "White Lives Matter" written on the back during a surprise catwalk event held at Paris fashion week. → Read More

Kanye West can't sell 'White Lives Matter' shirts because two Black men own the trademark

West wore a shirt with an image of Pope John Paul II on the front and the words "White Lives Matter" written on the back during a surprise catwalk event held at Paris fashion week. → Read More

CNN

‘We need to make America Godly again.’ The growing political influence of Latino evangelicals

Pastor Luis Cabrera has spent weeks traveling across Texas to meet with other Latinos in the faith community. He is preaching a different kind of gospel: Vote. → Read More

CNN

Ahead of the midterm elections many Latinos don’t see a difference in what Democrats and Republicans stand for

While more Latinos say Democrats work hard to earn their votes than Republicans, about half of them don't see a "great deal of difference" in what the two political parties stand for, a new poll shows. → Read More

CNN

People dressed in angel wings shielded LGBTQ students attending BYU from protesters

Classes at Brigham Young University have just begun, and queer students are already being reminded of the complicated relationship they have with the private religious school. → Read More

CNN

We speak about Asian Americans as a single block. Here's how incredibly complex they are

Asian Americans are often labeled as a singular group, but the fastest growing population in the US is far from a monolith — and their complex history and cultures are often glossed over. → Read More

CNN

Texas residents are suing their county after books were removed from public libraries

Seven residents in Llano County, Texas, are suing county officials, claiming their First and 14th Amendment rights were violated when books deemed inappropriate by some people in the community and Republican lawmakers were removed from public libraries or access was restricted. → Read More

CNN

School of Black Utah student who died by suicide allowed bullying 'on any ground' to go unchecked, report finds

When Isabella "Izzy" Tichenor died by suicide in November, her mother alleged that the 10-year-old Black and autistic student at Foxboro Elementary in Farmington, Utah, had been bullied because of her race and disability. → Read More

CNN

Texas leads among 26 states with book bans, free speech group says

More than a 1,000 books have been banned in 86 school districts in 26 states across the United States, a new PEN America analysis shows. → Read More

CNN

Canadian Indigenous leaders push for residential schools apology in Pope Francis meeting

Pope Francis on Monday met Indigenous leaders and survivors of Canada residential schools who are seeking a papal apology for the harm inflicted for decades on Indigenous children. → Read More

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Assaulted. Harassed. This is the reality for Asian Americans a year after the Atlanta spa shootings

Robert Peterson struggled for months to stop thinking about the day his mother and seven other people, mostly Asian women, were shot and killed last year at Atlanta-area spas. → Read More

CNN

Democrats look to win back Latino voters after Trump's inroads in South Texas

Former President Donald Trump dramatically improved his performance in many of the counties bordering Mexico compared to four years earlier -- gains that led the GOP this year to redouble efforts to recruit and invest in South Texas candidates, including many of Hispanic descent this cycle. The question now is whether the GOP's inroads in 2020 will hold as Democrats try to cling to their House… → Read More

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Burnt out and frustrated, Covid-weary Americans try to accept uncertainty as their new normal

Heading into the new year, 24-year-old Heather McClintock had hoped she and her fiancé could finally move beyond the stress of the Covid-19 pandemic and focus on their future -- namely their wedding in September. → Read More

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What we know about the 3 ex-police officers on trial this week for George Floyd's death

One of the officers had been on the job four days. One was on his third shift ever. And Derek Chauvin, who pressed his knee into George Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes, was the field training officer for one of them. → Read More

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Stevie Wonder tells senators the 'filibuster doesn't work ... why won't you?'

Stevie Wonder has joined the push for voting rights bills with an open message for senators. → Read More