Diane McInerney (born September 2, 1971) is an award-winning journalist with Inside Edition. She is based out of New York City. 
Diane started her career as a weekend anchor and reporter for WFXL-TV, the Fox affiliate in Albany, Georgia, where she covered the devastating floods of 1998 and did a segment where she learned how to skydive. She was a Weekend Anchor/Reporter for News 12 Long Island where she received two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Crime Series. Diane was a reporter for WNYW-TV, the flagship Fox station in New York City, covering live, breaking news stories for the station’s newscasts. 
In 2003, Diane joined Inside Edition as a Weekend Anchor.
There, she writes, coordinates, produces and reports on a wide range of stories from serious to the sublime.
In addition, stories range from the Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton to an exclusive interview with the late Princess Diana’s former lover, James Hewitt. Diane also covered the Navy SEALs and endured their training routine. 
Don Felder and Diane McInerney are pictured at the beach in Malibu, Calif., on their engagement day on Jan. 19, 2020.
Diane McInerney's mother and father had 15 and 13 siblings respectively.
She is the niece to 28 uncles and aunts.
McInerney was married to Long Island attorney Edward Palermo, with whom she has daughters Olivia, 12, and Ava, in her midteens.
On January 19, 2020, McInerney became engaged to singer-songwriter Don Felder, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame musician with his former band the Eagles. The proposal took place at sunset on a beach in Malibu, California, near where Felder had helped compose the music for the Eagles' classic song "Hotel California." Felder proposed with a custom-made, 5-carat diamond ring. Afterward, the couple, who have been in a relationship for two years, celebrated their engagement at the Chablé Maroma resort in Cancún, Mexico.
In October 2020, McInerney and Felder ended their engagement.
McInerney, who lives in New York City, reportedly made the decision in August, after their long-distance relationship became too challenging. As she prioritized her young daughters amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Felder is still based across the country in California. According to TMZ, 'Diane will always love Don and they're still keeping in touch. Don even sent Diane three dozen pink roses last month for her birthday.'