Noble grew up just below the mason dixon line on the south side of St. Louis. Early on she began investigating and questioning people, a trait picked up from her parents, two St. Louis Police Officers.
She attended Alcorn State University the oldest public historically black land-grant institution in the United States. The University was founded in 1871 to educate the descendants of formerly enslaved Africans. There Noble served as the class queen, pledged Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated and on Sunday's traveled to nearby churches to sing. Many of her classmates remember her carrying around a camera and microphone hustling for interviews to air on pn the campus TV station, ASU 13.
Since 2007, Noble has reported in Jonesboro AR., Jackson TN., Flint Mi., St. Louis MO. and New York, NY. Please follow her journey @thenoblejournalist