Natalie Pasquarella Natalie co-anchors Eyewitness News at 5:30 p.m. weeknights with Blair Miller and anchors Eyewitness News at 10 p.m. on TV 64. Natalie joined the Channel 9 team in August 2008, as co-anchor on Channel 9 Eyewitness News Daybreak and Eyewitness News Midday.
During her work out in the field, Natalie has produced several investigative reports that include an in-depth look into the rise in Black Tar Heroin use and drug cartels in Charlotte, a piece on how stimulus-backed loans were given to county businesses, and a look into sex laws involving students and teachers in the Carolinas.
Natalie also takes on the role of a Family Focus reporter, where she has the opportunity to look into the heart of the community. With these segments, she covers how the people of Charlotte are helping others in the Queen City. Natalie likes to stay involved in the community, and has a passion for volunteering to help the homeless. She also spent time as a volunteer for the American Red Cross. "Community involvement is important," she said. "When I'm going out and covering stories, I need to know the people in the community who are affected." Before covering the Carolinas, Natalie was covering the Ohio valley at COX Broadcasting sister station WTOV in Steubenville, Ohio. There, she worked as a news anchor, reporter and producer.
During her time at WTOV, Natalie was honored by the West Virginia Associated Press for an investigative report regarding sex offenders voting at public schools.
Natalie graduated from Kent State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast Journalism. During her time at Kent State, Natalie interned in the Big Apple, where she covered stories in all five boroughs at New York One News.
A native of Steubenville, Ohio, Natalie is the oldest of four children and loves spending time with her family. When she's not at the news desk, Natalie likes to travel, preferably to tropical locations! She enjoys the theatre and sporting events; she’s an avid baseball fan, and has become a NASCAR fan since moving to the Carolinas.