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 Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) today unveiled two new advertising campaigns reinforcing why Las Vegas is the world’s premier venue for hosting successful, memorable and cost-effective meetings and events.
The Bunkhouse Saloon in downtown Las Vegas will hold a job fair this week in advance of its August 25th re-opening.
One of the largest events for the 4th of July this year is The Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade.
Caesars Entertainment announced its newest property, unveiling The LINQ Hotel & Casino as the latest addition to its portfolio of iconic Las Vegas resorts.
(Las Vegas, NV) — Las Vegas tops the list for Fourth of July destinations according to Orbitz.com’s Senior Editor. Right below Las Vegas is Cancun, the Dominican Republic, New York City, and Chicago. Orbitz Senior [...]
Two young kids were killed in a fire in Northwest Las Vegas last week, and their Dad was burned trying to save them.
A memorial has been set to honor the life of comedian Steve Rossi on Friday. Rossi passed away on Sunday in hospice care, after a battle with cancer.
The Life Is Beautiful music festival returns to Downtown Las Vegas on October 24th through the 26th. The festival lineup was released today.
Legendary comedian Steve Rossi has been transferred to hospice care after a battle with stage 4 cancer.
El Cortez Hotel & Casino and the Museum of Gaming History will honor downtown gaming legend Jackie Gaughan with the unveiling of a memorial exhibit.