Dante Nuñez

Dante Nuñez

Multi-media journalist

Dante Nuñez is a multi-media journalist for KLTV/KTRE. Dante was born in Dallas and was raised in McKinney, Texas. He graduated from the University of North Texas in 2019 and is happy to call Tyler his new home.

Dante worked for KTEN News in Denison, Texas as a reporter/producer during his last semester of college. He also volunteered his time at NTTV and North Texas Daily TV as a reporter/anchor during his time at the university.

In his spare time, he enjoys sports, spending time with family and friends, and finding the best barbeque spots in East Texas.

Have a story you’d like to share? I’d love to hear from you! Please email me at dnunez@kltv.com.


Recent Articles by Dante

  Tyler Coin Show implements COVID-19 precautions

  What would you like to name Robert E. Lee and John Tyler? You can enter your idea now

  2020 Edom Art Festival canceled due to COVID-19 concerns

  Historic Moment: Tyler ISD board votes 7-0 to change names of John Tyler, Robert E. Lee high schools

  WEBXTRA: Two more East Texas favorites cancelled due to COVID-19

Smith County voters place their ballots amid pandemic

  Mystery illness has Arp pet owners worried

COVID-19 warning signs appear in Tyler neighborhood

  Whitehouse residents honor UPS driver for going above and beyond

  Local company is helping country combat COVID-19 spread through air purification systems

  WEBXTRA: Crews are repairing flood-damaged East Texas roads

  Texas Telemedicine services extended through September because of COVID-19

  Whitehouse teens on vacation called into action to save a life

  Robert E. Lee students call for change and inclusion in future decisions

TABC suspends license of Longview bar for violating governor’s order

  Villaggio Del Vino owner says he has prioritized resources toward curbside, to-go business

Minor injuries reported after 2-vehicle wreck on Hwy 69 in Jacksonville

  East Texas restaurant, bar owners concerned about bottom line following governor’s new order

  Economic COVID-19 toll now requires visitors at the Discovery Science Place to wear masks

  EDC to provide $200K to Wood County small businesses affected by COVID19

  Neighbors Helping Neighbors provides free food boxes for families in need

  Jacksonville residents gather for Juneteenth parade

  ETFB to start walk-up food distributions at East Texas State Fairgrounds in Tyler

  Downtown Tyler Vigil set for Juneteenth

  Athens ISD virtual academy

  City of Jacksonville breaks ground on public safety complex

  Kilgore Mercantile & Music to host acoustic jam Sunday

  Gateway to Hope asking for supplies to help the homeless

  Tyler attorneys donate to help woman displaced by fire at antique mall

Tyler police unit involved in two-vehicle wreck