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

  Ye Olde City Antiques manager hopeful for mall’s future after fire heavily damages building

  WEBXTRA: Fair Food Drive-In Days underway at East Texas State Fairgrounds in Tyler

  United Way of Smith County surprises Trane employee with new Jeep

  Protesters communicate clear message with signs, chanting on downtown Tyler square

  WEBXTRA: Whitehouse Sports Association collecting donations of baseball, softball equipment

  East Texas Food Bank continues to see rise in need

  WEBXTRA: Current Robert E. Lee band director, former student reflect on old band hall

  People venture out for Chandler Memorial Day ceremony

  Brisket prices increase due to COVID-19-related disruptions of meat processing plants

  Bowling fans excited alleys can reopen under new COVID-19 guidelines

  Bars, similar businesses to reopen Friday

  Juveniles charged after allegedly shooting at cars with air rifle in Henderson County

Some items at grocery stores increase in price due to COVID-19

  WEBXTRA: ETFB distributes emergency food boxes at Harvey Hall in Tyler

  All staff, residents at East Texas nursing homes to be tested for COVID-19

UT Health EMS deployed to assist in statewide COVID-19 testing

  Public pools can reopen at 25 percent capacity; splash pads remain closed

  Governor Abbott allows salons to reopen on May 8 with safety guidelines in place

  Company creates online tool to protect first responders from COVID-19

  Governor Abbott allows barber shops, salons to reopen on May 8

  East Texas Freedom Coalition holds protest at Tyler City Hall

  East Texas retail stores, malls reopen under governor’s new guidelines

  Kilgore oil derricks light up for high school seniors, first responders

  Tyler church talks about new COVID-19 guidelines effective May 1

  Movie theaters are among the businesses set to reopen Friday

  Mobile COVID-19 testing site provides access to Rusk County residents

  East Texas businesses operate retail to-go as state loosens COVID-19 restrictions

Family member hospitalized after tree collapses on home

All lanes on S. Broadway between Charnwood and Dobbs streets in Tyler closed to traffic due to water main break

Some elective surgeries may now resume in Texas