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.
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As more positive COVID-19 cases arise within east Texas, a particular area within smith county is seeing a cluster of currently active cases prompting the city of Tyler to put out COVID-19 community spread signs.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Texas Department of Insurance announced an extension that requires insurance companies to cover telemedicine services, including mental health visits, at the same rate as in-person visits.
After Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission spoke to the 30 bars that remained open Friday in defiance of Gov. Greg Abbott’s recent executive order, all but two of those establishments agreed to shut their doors. Outlaws in Longview was one of the two that chose to remain open.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Friday that dine-in restaurants can not exceed 50 percent capacity beginning Monday, June 29th, and Lloyd Nichols with the East Texas Restaurant Association said that some businesses may see a decrease in revenue by 30 to 40 percent.
According to a Facebook post from the center, all visitors age 12 and over must wear a facial covering or mask while in the museum. Those guests who arrive without masks will not be granted entry regardless of their ticket status.