Dayna Roselli is the co-host of the KXNT morning show. She has more than 16 years of broadcasting experience. She worked in several markets across New York State as a TV Reporter and Anchor. Before she started at KXNT, she was at KLAS-TV (CBS) in Las Vegas, as Morning News Anchor and Entertainment Reporter.
Roselli moved to Las Vegas in 2004 and started as a Helicopter Reporter at KLAS, and was later promoted to Morning Traffic Anchor and then Morning News Anchor. The newscast Roselli co-anchored won two EMMY awards for Best Morning Newscast. She has also filled in as host on “The Reelz Show” on Reelz TV.
Roselli also uses social media and her blog to cover news, entertainment, and hot topics. She was voted Las Vegas Weekly’s Readers Choice Award for Best Tweeter in 2012.
The Silverton Resort Casino is planning to expand. It’s building a new tower, that will add 390 all-suite rooms to the property.
A major campaign to raise money for The Modern Contemporary Art Museum kicked off in Las Vegas. Anna Auerbach with Moonridge Group says they need to raise $29 million in order to move forward with the project.
A Las Vegas headliner is raising awareness about anti-bullying. He’s so passionate about it, he’s creating the world’s largest red X in the middle of the desert on March 22nd.
United Blood Services is calling on the Las Vegas community for blood donations. It has put out an urgent appeal for O blood type donations.
Restaurant Week starts on Friday, so now is a good time to plan out where you want to dine. The week long event raises money for Three Square Food Bank.
How would you like to travel to space in a balloon capsule? According to the CEO of World View Experience, you will be able to do that in less than 3 years.
The all-new Cowabunga Bay Waterpark will begin hiring for 320 staff positions beginning March 3rd. It’s set to open on May 24th.
Tickets are still available for NASCAR weekend at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It starts March 6th and goes until the 9th.
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health finds “prescription” drug use among teens has increased in Nevada. It’s up more in our state than in any other U.S. state except Arizona, New Mexico and Arkansas.
SLS Las Vegas is beginning a multi-phase hiring push to fill the nearly 3,000 new leadership and hourly positions.