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Noelle Walker Biography

Noelle Walker is an American journalist working as a reporter for NBC 5 News at 10 pm. Walker is a TCU Horned Frog graduate. She enjoys running or taking an urban hike, or trying out new restaurants. She also enjoys cooking.

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Noelle Walker Career | Noelle Walker NBC 5 News

Before she joined NBC 5 in February 2016, she was a reporter and also a fill-in-anchor in San Francisco. She was also a freelance correspondent for the NBC Network affiliate, MSNBC.

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She has worked in several areas including Los Angles, Minneapolis and Santa Barbara covering everything from feature stories to major news events, including the 9/11 attacks in New York City.

Her work has been recognized with several Emmy Awards and also an Edward R. Murrow awards for her writing and reporting. Noelle has a big passion for telling stories to people.

“No matter what the news is, the story isn’t just about the event,” she said. “It’s the people who lived it. Very often, they’re ordinary people who do extraordinary things.”

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North Texas Officers Show Support at Hospital for Grand Prairie Police Officer


Friday afternoon officers and emergency personnel from across North Texas came to Medical City Arlington to support the Grand Prairie Police Department and its officer, A.J. Castaneda, who was killed in a crash as he did traffic enforcement on the President George Bush Turnpike Friday morning.

Patrol cars from Grand Prairie, Euless, Hurst, Arlington, Tarrant County, and more filled the hospital parking lot, as well as fire trucks and ambulances.

“I support my community, my Grand Prairie Police officers,” said Jonathan Mendez, a Grand Prairie resident who heard the news and came to the hospital to show support for police. “Cause I have a burden in my heart that I care about our officers,” Mendez explained.

About 150 officers and emergency personnel lined up to honor Castaneda at the hospital.

Then, at about 3:30 p.m., officers led a slow procession from the hospital to bring Officer Castaneda’s body to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s office.

Mendez watched from the sidewalk for hours, wanting his police department to know they have his support.

“Keep your head up. We’re here for you 100%,” Mendez said. “We got it from here.”