Nicole Dantzler

Nicole Dantzler joined WTVA in 2019.

Title: Anchor, Multi-Media Journalist

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.

Recent Posts by Nicole Dantzler

Starkville Police arrested man for attempted murder

The male victim was flown to a hospital for treatment.

Oktibbeha County confirmed first coronavirus death, hospital admits second coronavirus patient

The hospital announced it admitted its second coronavirus patient this weekend. County Coroner Michael Hunt confirmed the first coronavirus death.

Real estate agencies continue selling homes, change routines

Real estate agents are still selling houses, but they have changed their routines during the coronavirus pandemic.

MSU lab to retrofit hundreds of ventilators for UMMC

Students at the High Voltage Lab are converting about 300 ventilators for the UMMC in Jackson.

MSU to close all buildings, move remaining students

Mississippi State University is preparing to close down all of its buildings on campus, except for ones that offer essential services.

Salon owner prepares to shut down business

One hair salon owner is preparing to close down his shop in compliance with the Governor’s shelter in place order.

MBI cancels Silver Alert for missing Starkville man

The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation canceled a silver alert for Abraham Potts.

Oktibbeha County law enforcement believe body found is missing man

Lieutenant Jon Davis said he believes a body found in the woods belongs to a missing man.

Non-essential businesses will stay open, store owner makes changes

Alaina Prentice said she made some business operation changes to her store after the city passed an ordinance.

Child nutrition staff serve over 1000 meals to students

Oktibbeha County schools remain closed this week because of the coronavirus, but staff are still working to make sure students and families are fed.

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