Nicole DiAntonio is an award-winning reporter and anchor who joined the Fox4 morning team in September 2015. You can find her reporting during the week and anchoring on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

Nicole comes to Fox4 from WHSV in Harrisonburg, Virginia where she was an anchor, reporter, and producer. During her time there, she won an award from the Associated Press for her reporting. She also had the opportunity to cover national stories like the Hannah Graham case, the UVA Rolling Stone rape article, the U.S. Senate race and a deadly plane crash in the Shenandoah National Park.

Nicole graduated from the University of Virginia and is a proud Cavalier!

Born and raised in Virginia, Nicole is thrilled to be living in “Heart of America.”

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    KC city leaders to discuss parking and transportation issues impacting drivers

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — City leaders in Kansas City will meet Monday to discuss parking and transportation issues impacting drivers around the city, including ways to improve the Buck O’Neil Bridge and north side of the downtown loop. At the beginning of the year, crews closed parts of the Buck O’Neil Bridge for inspections and to make structural repairs, but after operating for more than 60 years, they say its at the end of its projected lifespan. The city says since […]

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    Freedom Shoe owner uses fashion to celebrate imperfections

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A metro woman is sharing an important message that our differences make us beautiful. The London transplant is taking our imperfections and turning them into purse designs. “I believe we all have scars and imperfections that give us character, tell our story, and make us who we are. So when I design and create, I’m in that space,” said Freedom Shoe owner Pamela Williams. In the fashion industry that is known for going after the perfect […]

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    KCPS assures students from immigrant families they are safe at school

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Growing concerns about the deportation of undocumented immigrants have some metro students worried about going to school. About a third of all current families in the Kansas City Public School District relocated from Latin America to Kansas City, according to the school district. “Since the changes have come into play, we were awfully worried about attendance. Just the trust issue, the students not knowing if they would be safe here coming to school,” said Douglas Bolden, the […]

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    Olathe middle school students get their first look at new high school

    OLATHE, Kan. — Thousands of metro eighth graders will take a tour of their future high school Wednesday. The Olathe School District, which has 30,000 students all together, currently has four high schools, but will soon have five with the addition of Olathe West on Santa Fe Street. The administrative team spent this year hiring faculty and staff, and during Wednesday’s tour students will get a chance to meet the new teachers and familiarize themselves with the new classrooms. “It is a real […]

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    Fire forces family of four from home near Staley Road and I-435

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A family of four was forced from their home early Tuesday morning when their back deck went up in flames. Firefighters were dispatched to the home along North Lawn Avenue near I-435 and Staley Road in the Northland around 3:30 a.m. According the Kansas City firefighters the fire began on the back deck and quickly spread to the attic. The cause is still under investigation. The family will have to stay with friends until the home […]

  • Living the luxury life

    More people are packing up, selling their homes and moving to the city to live the life of luxury

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Luxury living in downtown Kansas City continues to draw many young professionals and empty-nesters to the area. Many apartment complexes now offer amenities such as wine lockers, meditation rooms and even house cleaning services to bring people in. Apartment owners say 10 years ago this trend of luxury living never existed in downtown Kansas City, but it has now become the standard. From rooftop gardens to rooftop pools, property owners say the views are a big reason […]

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    Worshippers return to Sacred Heart after ICE raid rumors left pews empty

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A week ago, the pews inside Sacred Heart Guadalupe were all but empty. A rumor about a possible immigration raid kept families at home at the largely Hispanic church. Sunday, those worshippers were back at church. For more than 100 years, the bells at Sacred Heart Guadalupe have rung before Sunday Mass. Last Sunday, a rumor that federal agents were going to raid the church resulted in the pews, which are normally packed, being left empty. […]

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    Olathe Bass Pro Shops sells special T-shirts to raise funds for 9-year-old British boy battling cancer in KC

    OLATHE, Kan. — Hundreds of people have rallied around a 9-year-old British boy fighting cancer. On Saturday, volunteers sold fundraising T-shirts to raise money for the nine-year-old and his family. Alexander Goodwin’s Mother, Maria, said her son is on day two out of six days of chemotherapy. She said the strong community support gives Alexander strength through his treatment. “I cannot even begin to imagine how much more difficult it would have been if we didn’t have all these people […]

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    MU researcher’s findings serve warning about the BPA you may be feeding your dog

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Researchers at the University of Missouri are warning dog owners that some canned foods could lead to potential health risks. Pet owners now see a lot of options when they walk down the pet food aisle, from bags of dog food to rows of cans. But new research shows the container they come in may lead to significant health concerns. You likely take your dog to the vet every year for routine check-ups, and to ask […]

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    SMSD to open new therapeutic learning center for students this summer

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — A Shawnee Mission School will soon become a center for families with troubled kids. The Shawnee Mission School District plans to open a therapeutic day school in the Former Arrowhead Elementary School at 66th and Santa Fe Drive this summer. Several school districts across the metro run therapeutic day schools, but this will be the first one in the Shawnee Mission School District “I want to say first of all, we believe all means all,” Deputy […]

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    After 75 years of business Overland Park flower shop still puts smiles on faces of customers

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — It takes flower shops months to prepare for Valentine’s Day, and many shop owners arrived at work early Tuesday to prepare for the busiest day of the year. Fox 4’s Nicole DiAntonio gives us a behind the scenes look at what goes into getting all those arrangements ready at Dalton’s Flowers, which has been in business for 75 years, in Overland Park.  

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    Top 10 romantic things to do in KC and best last-minute gifts

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Sometimes Valentine’s Day can sneak up on you and leave you desperately searching for ideas to treat your significant other. FOX 4’s Nicole DiAntonio found 10 of the most romantic spots in Kansas City to take your Valentine this year. She also shares some last-minute gift ideas if you’re still searching for that perfect gift. Top Romantic Things to do in KC Enjoy french cuisine at Aixois in Crestwood Live jazz at Green Lady Lounge Chow […]