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.
Disneyland quietly raised its ticket prices days ahead of Memorial Day weekend
FM News 100.5 talked exclusively with Deborah’s father, Carlos Flores, on The Las Vegas Morning News.
The Clark County School District not only has to hire 2,000 teachers for the next school year, now it has to fill 95 more positions on top of that.
What’s on your agenda for Mother’s Day? Vegas Rated Magazine’s Editor in Chief has some Sunday brunch ideas on Las Vegas Boulevard.
The United Way of Southern Nevada launched its Pay It Forward campaign today.
The City of Henderson needs to make some cuts, and it’s looking at making changes to parks and recreation. The public can attend a meeting tonight for more information.
The engine that drives our economy is tourism. This week Las Vegas is celebrating that with a few key events.
Pools are ready for business this weekend in Las Vegas! Temperatures will be in the mid-90s. The M Resort wants to remind locals, you can use the pool for a 10 dollar fee during the week and 20 dollars on the weekend.
The First Friday Foundation has partnered with Keep Memory Alive to host a free family-friendly event in addition to its normal First Friday activities.
(Las Vegas, NV) — The vocal group “Under The Streetlamp” comes back to Las Vegas for one night only. The show is Sunday at the Smith Center. Under The Streetlamp features music from the 50s, [...]