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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    Volunteers spend Saturday building homes for people in need

    More than a dozen volunteers spent Saturday morning providing a nice place for four individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities. “What an affirmation, what an absolute affirmation in that we are here for each other, we are here to support each other,” said Patti Combs with Johnson County Developmental Supports. “Disabilities are no barriers for people lending a hand.” This Tuesday, their address will change as volunteers wrap up work on the Olathe home. The house includes a ramp to the […]

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    Organizers say they want Women’s March on Washington in KC to bring people together, send message of unity

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — As thousands of people travel to Washington D.C., for the Women’s March on Washington, area women plan to march in Kansas City to send a message to Trump’s administration. More than 2,000 women are registered for the event, which will begin at Washington Square Park Saturday at 1 p.m. and run until 3 p.m. The local march mirrors the national one happening in Washington D.C. Organizers say they hope to bring people together and send a message […]

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    Brian Boitano says the Figure Skating Championships are better when watched live

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. —  For the first time in 32-years the Figure Skating Championships will be in Kansas City. The pairs program and the short program kicked off the competition Thursday afternoon. The championships are a prelude to the Winter Olympic Games next February in South Korea. It’ll all wrap up on Sunday evening with the Smucker’s Skating Spectacular. FOX 4’s Nicole DiAntonio spoke with figure skater Brian Boitano who says the event is one everyone should see in person. “For people who […]

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    Popular Merriam restaurant location reopens with new name under local family’s ownership

    MERRIAM, Kan. — A staple restaurant in Merriam will open its doors again after being forced to close last year. The IHOP along Shawnee Mission Parkway and Antioch shut down in September after more than five decades in business. Pegah’s family restaurant will be moving into the former building, and the owners plan to hire back nearly 90 percent of the former staff. Some employees returning to the restaurant had worked together for more than 20 years. “They grew up together, […]

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    Kansas lawmakers purpose putting seat belts on buses

    MERRIAM, Kan. — Parents could soon see seat belts on their child’s school bus because Kansas lawmakers are looking at a bill to help protect children who ride the bus to school every day. There are already several safety features on the bus from cameras located around the bus to the flashing lights. The proposed bill would also require seat belts on any new bus purchased. The bill was inspired after the crash in Chattanooga, Tenn., that killed six children. In 2005, the […]

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    Dan Meers, KC Wolf for 27 years tells NKC H.S. students to think of life like a coin

    NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Dan Meers, a.k.a. KC Wolf, stopped by North Kansas City High School Wednesday morning to share some life lessons with students. He has given thousands of inspirational speeches in his 27 years as the Chiefs mascot, at libraries, schools, nursing homes, etc.  FOX 4’s Nicole DiAntonio asked him about his main message. “What I try to tell kids is that your life is like a coin.  You get to spend it any way you wish, […]

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    Lawrence police investigating 3 armed robberies that occurred within 36 hours of each other

    LAWRENCE, Kan. — Lawrence police are investigating a string of armed robberies Tuesday that all occurred within five miles of downtown Lawrence. The most recent robbery happened along West 2nd Street. Police say a man entered this business, threatened a woman with a hammer and took off with money. The victim says a man with a gray hoodie with a blue-green shirt and scarf entered the business and demanded money. No one was injured but police are still looking for […]

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    After decade of searching for the right space, Theatre in the Park expanding with indoor productions

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — The new year means new projects for Johnson County Parks and Recreation including the first-ever indoor production for Theatre in the Park. The artistic director for Theatre in the Park says they have been talking about finding an indoor space for decades, but it’s been a matter of trying to find the right space. Right now there are no shows playing in the middle of the winter season, but when construction at the former King Louie Bowling […]

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    Full list of locations collecting toiletries and household items for homeless veterans in Kansas City

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Parks and Recreation along with Restart, MTP and the Greater Kansas City Coalition to End Homelessness are partnering to collect toiletries and household items for homeless veterans in Kansas City. “The people today they are recognizing us as veterans,” Air Force veteran L.C. Porter said. “And for myself, I give two or three times each year to the disabled veterans through mail. And so it is so meaningful.” Household items include: Cleaning Products (Windex, Lysol, […]

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    RideKC’s newest bus route includes stops at Ward Parkway Center and Oak Park Mall

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. —  Starting Tuesday, RideKC will extend a new bus route to better link Missouri and Kansas. Planning for the new route that stops along Quivira Road started last summer as a way to expand service in Johnson County. In part, the new route will connect to the new 200-acre Lenexa City Center at 87th and Renner Road. The new mixed-use neighborhood includes shops, restaurants and housing. The route will also include stops at Ward Parkway Center and Oak Park […]

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    Independence city ordinance requires tobacco and convenience stores to have more surveillance cameras

    INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Starting Monday consumers will now see more security surrounding some stores in Independence. A new city ordinance requires tobacco and convenience stores to do more to protect their business. Now certain businesses such as tobacco and convenience stores, are required to have a total of 4 working cameras inside and outside the store operating around the clock. Police say these types of businesses see a lot of crime, and they hope the new ordinance will slow down the number […]

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    Man found running from scene of house fire taken into custody for questioning

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police say they have taken one person into custody Monday morning for questioning after they noticed he was running from the scene of a house fire. Police say the fire happened at a home near Independence and Colorado. According to police, the home was boarded up. A homeless man may have been living inside. Neighbors tell FOX 4 no one has officially lived in the home for at least a year. Police say there have been a […]