Nathan Baca Biography
Nathan Baca is an American Investigative Reporter with the 7 ON YOUR SIDE team focusing on government mismanagement, waste, and fraud. He joined ABC7 July 2017. He especially deals with Crime and Justice. He also covers the Government issues like Government, corruption, scams, politics.
He also serves in the U.S Regional for Tv channels like WJLA-TV (Arlington, VA), The Columbus Dispatch, KOMO-TV (Seattle, WA), KATU-TV (Portland, OR), KUTV-TV (Salt Lake City, UT), KLAS-TV (Las Vegas, NV), WKRC-TV (Cincinnati, OH), KATV-TV (Little Rock, AR), KSNV-TV (Las Vegas, NV), WPEC-TV (West Palm Beach, FL), WBNS-TV (Columbus, OH)
Nathan Baca Age
Nathan Baca was born in the United States. His age is under review we will update you very soon.
Nathan Baca Wife
Nathan Baca lives with his wife and two large dogs, rescued Labrador and Husky mixes, in Frederick County, Maryland United States.
Nathan Baca Net worth
Nathan Baca earns his income from his businesses and from other related organizations. He also earns his income from his work as an Investigative Reporter. He has an estimated net worth of $ 6 million dollars.
Nathan Baca Investigative Reporter
Nathan Baca started his journalism work in ABC7 and WJLA. He also reports for other Tv media like WJLA-TV (Arlington, VA), The Columbus Dispatch, KOMO-TV (Seattle, WA), KATU-TV (Portland, OR), KUTV-TV (Salt Lake City, UT), KLAS-TV (Las Vegas, NV), WKRC-TV (Cincinnati, OH), KATV-TV (Little Rock, AR), KSNV-TV (Las Vegas, NV), WPEC-TV (West Palm Beach, FL), WBNS-TV (Columbus, OH)
He was previously reported in Columbus, Las Vegas, and Palm Springs. Nathan’s investigations have had a national impact. He was among the first to expose the Church of Scientology’s theology. And his reports led to the creation of new admission policies for American Catholic seminaries.
He comes to ABC7 from WBNS in Columbus, Ohio. Before that, he reported for KLAS in Las Vegas and KESQ in Palm Springs, California. He was born and raised in Ventura, California. He’s a history nerd at heart, able to rattle off dates and facts about obscure past events. Nathan’s interests include history, hiking, PC gaming, and jazz. If you don’t agree that Miles Davis was the greatest musician who ever lived, be prepared for a debate!
He has reported on Investigative news concerning the following issues as follows:
World War II Veteran Yearns to See Memorial
More than 30 World War II veterans in Las Vegas hope to make the trip to the war memorial in the nation’s capital. In their 90s now, they realize time is running out and they need the public’s help. A group called Honor Flight is trying to get these veterans some measure of closure. Bill Knapp can easily recall his wartime experiences. He was a paratrooper in the deadliest battles of World War II.
The Virginia Beach gunman used a suppressor. What are they and where are they legal?
Police say the Virginia beach shooter used a suppressor attached to the muzzle of his. own 45 caliber handgun. Victims report confusion, not knowing where the shots were coming from. This is an ATF diagram of what a suppressor looks like: Courtesy of ATF.
Faking the Grade: How the Teacher’s Union race is heating up in the District
Three candidates to lead nearly 5,000 Washington public school teachers pledge action in light of revelations made by ABC7’s “Faking The Grade” investigation. Ballots for the WTU Local 6 will be counted June 17. The race took a turn Wednesday when ABC7 News was first to report current president Elizabeth Davis would go to court Thursday afternoon to plead guilty to a drunk driving crash.
Washington Teachers Union President Cited for DUI
The Washington Teachers Union officials are facing charges related to DUI crash this past winter. Union President Elizabeth Davis was cited for five criminal counts, including driving under the influence and reckless driving, after a crash January 5. Davis tells ABC7 News she plans to plead guilty to the charges and “accepts full responsibility.
7 On Your Side: Personal info of millions of customers exposed by the title insurance company
Over 900 million documents on the web-based application used by First American Title Insurance company were up for grabs with no apparent security protections. The data exposure included social security numbers, personal cell phone numbers and bank account information, according to data security reporter Brian Krebs.
What schools districts in and around D.C. are doing to keep their campuses safe
7 On Your Side asked 6 school districts in and around Washington D. C. just what they are doing to secure campuses, with either police officers or their own employees. The public school systems in Montgomery, Fairfax, and Arlington counties all reported back to 7 On Your Side when asked about the matter.
Nathan Baca Awards
Nathan Baca is a nationally award-winning reporter receiving the DuPont-Columbia Silver Baton for coverage of the Las Vegas home foreclosure crisis. He also won the investigative Emmy awards for exposing failures in Ohio’s criminal background check system, dangerous gaps in Nevada’s traffic courts and an assassination conspiracy on a California Native American reservation.
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