Nicole Dantzler joined WTVA in 2019.
Nicole is a multi-media journalist for WTVA and anchors the weekend WLOV newscasts.
She covers the Golden Triangle.
She is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a B.A. in journalism.
She is a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, native with a passion for telling people's stories and covering sports.
When she's not working, she loves to dance, read and shop.
For the first time, Pastor Jimmy Cockrell speaks out after a fire destroyed a historical Lowndes County church.
Lowndes County Supervisor Leroy Brooks held a mentor program at Columbus Middle School for the eighth grade football team.
ICC honors students will be automatically admitted to MUW's honors program with this new partnership.
Starkville Police are investigating a shooting that sent one man to the hospital.
Updated - Mantachie Police arrested a man accused of shooting in a dwelling.
Updated - An investigation is underway into a house fire in Tupelo.
Mississippi State University Police are making traffic control changes for the rest of the football season.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen approved a resolution to ask state legislators to allow restaurants the option of letting customers bring their dogs on outside patios.
Updated - The fire that destroyed a church in Lowndes County appears to have been accidental.
Oktibbeha County Supervisor Bricklee Miller says construction Poorhouse Road will be completed the week of Oct. 14.