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Nineveh Dinha is an Anchor for Fox 13's Live at 4, Monday through Friday. She also reports for News at 9 in the evenings.

She began working for Fox 13 in 2007 as the 5 a.m. morning anchor and reporter for Good Day Utah. Three years later she moved up the ranks to become the station's Weekend Evening Anchor and Reporter for Fox 13's prime time newscasts. Nineveh now anchors the station's newly launched Live at 4 p.m. She also continues to report for the evening news.

Nineveh started her career as an Anchor/Reporter in Arizona at KYMA, NBC 11 News. During her time in Yuma, Nineveh covered several stories that made national news including the Harrier Crash. The coverage won her an Edward R. Murrow award for Spot News. After two years of desert heat, she was ready for a change of scenery and weather.

Nineveh calls Utah home although she has roots everywhere. She was born in Sweden, but her ethnicity is Assyrian. Her parents named her Nineveh, after the ancient capital city of the Assyrian Empire. Most of her family now lives in Sweden, after escaping the regime in Iraq. Nineveh has also lived in Texas and California where she earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the California State University of Hayward.

During her time off Nineveh enjoys reading, writing, working out, cooking healthy recipes and spending quality time with her husband.

Recent Articles
  • Are you ready for Black Friday?

    WEST VALLEY CITY — It’s the 72-hour countdown to Black Friday but shoppers beware: financial experts warn if you don’t have a plan, prepare to miss out. FOX 13 decided to look at the best money saving deals. Financial experts say the only way to really score a steal is to get in and get out — that means planning ahead. “You want to use the app like the deal hunter so you can see who’s getting the best possible […]

  • Utahns hold peaceful protest in reaction to Ferguson decision

    SALT LAKE CITY — Monday night, dozens protested outside the federal building on 100 S. State Street in Salt Lake City after decision from grand jury was announced in Ferguson, Mo., fatal shooting. It was a peaceful but passionate protest. Some showed up with their faces covered, another man came bearing arms and others chanted profanities against the police. “I think it’s pretty ridiculous,” said Samaya Montoya who covered her face in a red bandana at the protest to stay […]

  • Latinos in Utah cheer as President Obama announces immigration overhaul

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Latinos watched intently as President Barack Obama announced his executive order on immigration. They cheered, clapped, and threw confetti in celebration of what many say is a new lease on life. “Both my parents are residents, but we have a lot of family that are undocumented and are immigrants to the United States, so I’m very passionate about this issue,” said Jessica Bahana, who was among the dozens who sat in an auditorium at Centro […]

  • Developer wants out after N. Salt Lake landslide

    NORTH SALT LAKE, Utah — The developer of the land near a landslide in North Salt Lake wants out. Eaglepoint Estates’ plan to vacate was discussed in a public hearing Tuesday night. The Mayor says more than a dozen homes were supposed to be built in the subdivision but that won’t be happening anytime soon. “Some of those lots in that phase will obviously be unbuildable,” said North Salt Lake Mayor Len Arave. There are two lots in question: phases […]

  • Reservoir in Utah gets 60,000 new fish

    JORDANELLE RESERVOIR, Utah — The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources planted about 60,000 rainbow trout in Jordanelle Reservoir earlier this week, and the fish are about a year old. Officials brought the fish from a hatchery above Kamas on the Mirror Lake Highway, and by spring it is expected the trout will average 10-inches long. Officials said the planted fish are sterile and that the hatchery system works better than allowing wild fish to lay eggs. Lee Snelgrove, a tanker […]

  • Falling flakes herald arrival of holiday season in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY — It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. From skiing to ice skating, snow lovers are taking advantage of the fresh white stuff. High above at 8,000 feet, Brighton is already making snow for the season. “I just need to get my fix in before the season starts,” said Mitch Rodman. The resorts may not be open yet, but it’s not stopping these ski bums from hitting the fresh powder on the mountain tops. “We’re just […]

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    U of U study suggests men’s navigation skills evolved to find more women

    SALT LAKE CITY – A new study from the University of Utah may have found a reason why men seem to be better with directions and navigation than women. The researchers say they found evidence that men evolved better navigation ability than women because men with better spatial skills can roam farther which allows them to find more mates and in turn have more children. The study was published this week in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior. Scientists interviewed members […]

  • ‘Faces of Cannabis’ puts kids at forefront of push to change laws

    SALT LAKE CITY — Some call it a miraculous extract, but not every state is on board with the idea of using cannabis oil to treat children with epilepsy. A photographer who is on a mission to change the way people see the drug was in Utah Wednesday. It’s a photography project aimed a raising national awareness about cannabis oil and the faces of the drug happen to be children suffering from a debilitating disease. “I started this project over […]

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    Holladay couple shares emotional story on their journey to conceive

    SALT LAKE COUNTY — Millions of Women face the silent struggle of infertility. A strong spirited Utah couple takes you on their six-year journey to pregnancy, opening up their lives for the world to see their challenges, heartache and triumph in hopes of giving others promise. Mary Ann and Morgan Horne of Holladay, like so many other married couples just wanted a family but they soon discovered a difficult, rocky road filled with failure over and over again until they […]

  • Disco ball to replace fireworks at SLC New Year’s Eve celebration

    SALT LAKE CITY — No more fireworks. Salt Lake City is canceling its sparklers show for New Year’s Eve because of the air quality. The Downtown Alliance wants to replace fireworks with a giant disco ball. “I wouldn’t care,” said Jodi Brooks after hearing news of the fireworks cancelation for Salt Lake City’s Eve celebration. “I think it’s a really good idea,” said Robyn Easley who is originally from Portland, Ore., and never heard of an inversion until she moved […]

  • BYU study indicates smokers at greater risk to gain weight

    PROVO, Utah — Many people who smoke say they do so to lose weight, but a new study from Brigham Young University indicates smokers may actually gain weight in the long run. Many hazards of smoking are well-known, but, until now, a common observation by doctors hadn’t been explored. They noticed a large number of patients who smoke are dealing with diabetes. “They tend to gain a little more weight, especially around the middle, which is where it really matters, […]

  • U of U hosts day of engineering for Girl Scouts

    SALT LAKE CITY — GoldieBlox is a new engineering toy for girls that aims to break stereotypes; the creator says there are very few toys on the market for girls that foster critical skills like science. Friday night, a group of young girls in Utah got a chance to do more than just play with Barbies. They were taken on a field trip to the University of Utah to learn how to make robots. As part of the State’s STEM […]


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