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
Dev Shah, 14, from Largo, Florida, wins the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
(AP Photo/Nick Wass)Entertainment

Dev Shah, an 8th grader, wins the Scripps National Spelling Bee

Vihaan Kapil poses with two Spelling Bee mascots.
Vihaan Kapil family photoEntertainment

Meet the youngest speller at this year's Scripps National Spelling Bee

Medical billing statement

AI could be used in medical billing to improve efficiency

Hands pour out some sunscreen from a bottle.
ShutterstockScience and Health

Tips to prevent skin damage in the sun this summer

A flight board displays a cancelled flight at Logan International Airport, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023, in Boston.
AP Photo/Steven SenneLife

Tips to avoid air travel troubles as busy summer season approaches

A frosted flatwoods salamander.
Photo by Nicole Dahrouge, photo courtesy of Amphibian and Reptile ConservancyScience and Health

One-fifth of the world's reptiles are at risk of extinction

Researchers at Virginia Tech are experimenting with mosquitoes and their scent preferences with certain soaps.
Virginia TechScience and Health

Soap scents could make mosquitoes more, less attracted to you

This image made from a fake video featuring former President Barack Obama shows facial mapping elements used in deepfakes.
AP PhotoTech

How to tell the difference between a deepfake video and a real one

The Capitol is seen in Washington, April 18, 2023.
AP Photo/J. Scott ApplewhitePolitics

The US is reaching its debt limit. Here's what you need to know

California's Prop 65 detailed on a sign.
ShutterstockScience and Health

Study: Do you know what toxic chemicals are in your everyday products?

A doctor works a CT scanner with a patient at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center in June 2010.
AP Photo/Jim ColeTech

Artificial intelligence can predict lung cancer using one CT scan

X-rays showing the limb-lengthening process.
Hospital for Special SurgeryScience and Health

Limb lengthening surgery grows in popularity for cosmetic reasons

Maria Oliynyk and her daughter in New York City
Chloe NordquistU.S.

As war continues, displaced Ukrainian families work to find housing

Wooden pegs of different colors that represent groups of people.

Survey finds workers experience weight, height discrimination

Luvly O, Sweden-based Luvly's debut micro electric vehicle.

Company developing $11,000 micro electric vehicle

Gene-edited pig sausage
Washington State UniversityScience and Health

CRISPR bacon? University gets FDA approval to test gene-edited meat

Siskiyou County Deputy Sheriff badge and gun
Associated PressU.S.

What do you do if a law enforcement impersonator pulls you over?

Magnetic Resonance Imaging machine
AP Photo/M. Spencer GreenScience and Health

AI can help predict if, when a person will suffer from cardiac arrest

Surgical instruments and supplies lay on a table during a kidney transplant surgery.
AP Photo/Molly RileyScience and Health

Why does the government want to change the organ transplant system?

In this July 20, 2021 file photo the Met Life and Chrysler buildings glow through a thick haze hanging over Manhattan.
AP Photo/Julie JacobsonScience and Health

What is the air quality like where you live?

AP Photo/Mark J. TerrillScience and Health

Health misinformation: How to tell right from wrong online

Wallet with cash.
Elise Amendola / APLife

Study: Increasing number of married couples earn similar pay

A taxidermy bird drone
Mostafa HassanalianScience and Health

Researchers are turning taxidermy birds into flapping-wing drones

Agnes Keleti, former Olympic gold medal winning gymnast, blows out the candles on her birthday cake on Monday Jan. 4, 2021.
AP Photo/Laszlo BaloghScience and Health

Researchers have cracked the code on how centenarians live so long

After Dr. Felicity Fishman finishes a surgery, she draws a unique piece of art on the cast.
Shriners Children’s ChicagoLife

Orthopedic surgeon uses art to personalize casts for kids

Yellow pollen dusts the head of a bee.
AP Photo/Carolyn KasterScience and Health

Why do allergies seem more intense?

W-4 Form
AP Photo / Patrick Sison, FileLife

These are the most common tax filing mistakes

Lindsey Camp and her husband, Jentry.
Lindsey CampScience and Health

Couples swap living kidney donors

Former President Donald Trump sits at the defense table with his legal team in a Manhattan court, Tuesday, April 4, 2023.
Mary Altaffer / APPolitics

5 takeaways from Donald Trump's indictment documents

A man uses palm scanner technology.
AP Photo/Michael ConroyTech

Palm-scanning payment technology raises privacy concerns