Chloe Nordquist

Chloe Nordquist

Chloe Nordquist

Digital Reporter

Chloe Nordquist has covered stories in all corners of the country and overseas during her career. Originally from Arizona, she graduated from Arizona State University with degrees in journalism and mass communication before working as a journalist in California and Florida. She is now based in Colorado and covers national topics for Scripps News. In her free time, she likes to spend time outdoors and travel to new places.

Recent Work
Unsold 2023 sedans sit in a long row outside an Audi dealership Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024.

2024 may be a better year to buy a car as prices finally fall

Patricia, left, and her husband Manuel Oliver in 2023

Project uses AI to recreate voices of people killed by gun violence


Experts weigh in on OpenAI's new text-to-video AI tool

Bodycam footage from Okaloosa County Sheriff’s office

Sheriff’s office video shows deputy mistaking acorn for gunshot noise

Whispp's AI assistive voice tech helps those with voice disabilities

Men's hand presses on the remote control car alarm systems

Car insurance premiums rise 26% in 2024, report finds

Snacks for watching a football game.

Super Bowl snacks: What foods could cost you more this year

A pedestrian passes Valentine's day stuffed animals for sale ahead of the holiday in Philadelphia, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019.

Watch out for romance scams as Valentine's Day approaches

Golden retrievers and their owners gather in Golden, Colorado, for an annual event.

'Goldens in Golden' event draws dogs from all over to Colorado town

health worker uses a pulse oximeter to check the oxygen saturation level , Jan. 21, 2021

FDA advisory panel reviewing pulse oximeter accuracy with dark skin

Taylor Seift

Bet on Taylor Swift: Unique prop bets offered for Super Bowl LVIII

Neuralink on phone

Elon Musk's Neuralink implants first device in human brain

ElliQ 3 AI robot, which looks similar to a desk lamp, helps seniors combat loneliness.

This AI robot was made to help seniors combat loneliness

A mom pulls her daughter up a hill as they sled Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024, in Nashville, Tenn.

Experts: Why the cold weather does play a role in catching colds

Richtech Robotics ADAM robot barista.

These robots can make you coffee, cocktails, you name it

Pebble Flow EV travel trailer

This electric RV aims to provide hassle-free living off the grid

This is what parents see with the MMGuardian app when their child receives inappropriate messages or photos on their phone.

This company uses AI to alert parents when kids get dangerous texts

BeamO 4-in-1 at-home health device

A mirror that can check your vitals and more health tech at CES 2024's CES booth set up

How do you prevent failure? This company is looking for the answer

Proclaim Custom-Jet Oral Health System.

4 gadgets we saw at Pepcom to help with your day-to-day

A ChapGPT logo is seen on a smartphone in West Chester, Pa., Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2023.

What is artificial intelligence? An explanation of the tech buzzword

The Wedding Chapel at Vegas Weddings

Weddings expected to spike on special NYE with notable date pattern

The wolverine

Nearly 2 dozen species added to the endangered list in 2023

A tipping option is displayed on a card reader tablet at a business in Glenview, Ill., Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023.

Holiday season tipping do's and don'ts

Snowy landscape shows a lawn full of snow.

Much of US had a white Christmas in 2022. Will it happen again?

A man seen with a gun through a surveillance camera that uses artificial intelligence.

Artificial intelligence tech that detects weapons now offered for free

Christmas cards from the North Pole

This company is using 'robot elves' to send free cards from Santa

In this Feb. 9, 2018, file photo, a radiology technician looks at a chest X-ray of a child suffering from flu symptoms.

What is 'white lung' pneumonia and why are officials discussing it?

This image made from video of a fake video featuring former President Barack Obama shows elements of facial mapping.

States look to legislation to regulate AI political ads next election

A pallet of food awaits processing as volunteers work in the background to label cans of beans for redistribution May 7, 2020

Food banks need more help than usual this season