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Daniella Oropeza

Daniella Oropeza joined WTVA in 2017.

Title: Anchor, Reporter
doropeza@wtva.com

Daniella Oropeza is an anchor and reporter for WTVA.

She is a Clinton, Mississippi, native and is an Ole Miss graduate.

Recent Posts by Daniella Oropeza

Spotlight on Aberdeen - Adulting 101

This is part of WTVA's 2019 "City Spotlight" series.

Spotlight on Aberdeen - Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry

This is part of WTVA's 2019 "City Spotlight" series.

Skilled to Work: Local bakery offers employment, recovery support

A local sober living facility has opened a bakery and café with hopes to support its women in recovery while preparing them for the workforce.

Interstate 22 traffic moving again after morning collision in Lee County

Updated - It appears traffic is flowing again after a collision blocked some traffic on Interstate 22 in Lee County.

Soft lockdown of Lee County schools lifted

Updated - Lee County investigators have determined a woman made a threat to the Lee County School District.

Lee County Schools receive new buses with MDEQ grant

With help from a grant, the Lee County School District received new school buses.

Sheriff: Woman charged after hitting ex on horse with car

Pontotoc County investigators have charged a woman after she drove into a horse with her ex-boyfriend on it.

DECISION 2019 PROFILE: Tate Reeves

The lieutenant governor is trying to secure the GOP gubernatorial nomination after coming up short in the August 6 primary.

DECISION 2019 PROFILE: Bill Waller Jr.

Mississippi's former chief justice has forced a Republican runoff election for the state's highest elective office.

Group to turn historic Amory church into multi-purpose building

Board members over The Windows in Amory plan to renovate the historic building before its 100th birthday.

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