Diamond Nunnally joined the KSNB Local4 news team as a reporter in March 2020.
Diamond is no stranger to the Midwest, originally an Indiana native and proud Hoosier, she is excited to call the Cornhusker State home.
She graduated from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) with a degree in journalism and a minor in communications. Diamond was heavily involved in campus journalism activities. She was the entertainment editor of The Campus Citizen, a student-run news website. Throughout her time at The Citizen, she created and hosted a video series entitled “Let Them Speak”, which polled students on various trending topics. She also co-hosted a pop culture radio show called “The Fizz”.
In 2016, Diamond wrote a notable story about a student accused of being a terrorist. The article and Q and A was one of the most viewed stories on the website that year, garnering more than 500 views.
She interned at WISH-TV in Indianapolis. A local T.V. station where she learned every facet of the news industry and fell in love with the day to day of being a reporter, further solidifying her career choice as a multimedia journalist.
With an interest in video production, she interned at WFYI, a PBS affiliate station in Indianapolis as well.
In 2016, Diamond was awarded the James W. Brown scholarship from the IUPUI Journalism Department founder for her active news involvement on campus. In 2017, she received the “Keepers of the Dream" award named after Amos C. Brown, a legendary Indianapolis
broadcaster, for maintaining integrity in academic and journalism activities from the Black Student Union.
Diamond is dedicated to reporting the facts and uncovering stories
central Nebraskans need to hear. Her goal is to inform and remain objective as a reliable news source for the community.
In her spare time, Diamond loves to sing, try different restaurants, binge-watch T.V., visit museums and exhibits, travel, and shop!