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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
  • Alleged accomplice in officer shooting going to trial

    DRAPER, Utah — A Utah cop killer’s alleged accomplice  is going to trial. Traci Vaillancourt was in court Tuesday for a preliminary hearing, facing obstruction of justice charges in last year’s shooting death of Draper Police Sargent Derek Johnson. The judge said there is enough evidence to take this case to trial. Timothy Troy Walker was sentenced to life behind bars for pulling the trigger, and his ex-girlfriend is accused of being  his  accomplice. Vaillancourt’s lawyers say they’re looking forward […]

  • UTA partners with developer to build apartment complex in Sandy

    SANDY, Utah — A multi-million dollar development boasting hundreds of apartments and easy access to public transportation broke ground Monday. It’s called the East Village and is nestled in Sandy. The project is unique because the Utah Transit Agency is partnering with a private company to construct a massive apartment complex next to a Trax Station. “We really are changing the way we are going to live, work and play in Utah,” said Michael Allegra, the President and CEO of […]

  • High school football team visits students with special needs

    RIVERTON, Utah – Football players from Riverton High School visited with students with special needs this week in order to share school spirit and deliver T-shirts. The trip is an annual tradition that began when the team’s head coach visited the Kauri Sue Hamilton School and felt a desire to do something to contribute to the happiness of the students there. “There is a feeling in this school that I love and that I want my football kids to love […]

  • Clean air advocates rally after governor calls for investigation into Stericycle

    NORTH SALT LAKE — A medical waste incinerator in North Salt Lake is now under criminal investigation. Governor Gary Herbert announced the probe against Stericycle Thursday afternoon. Thursday evening there was a rally where residents demanded more be done to protect them from the plant. Foxboro residents are applauding the Governor’s efforts but also criticizing him at the same time, calling the criminal probe a small victory. Governor Herbert launched three separate investigations, but some said that’s not enough. “Minor […]

  • Man killed in explosion identified, family releases statement

    SALT LAKE CITY — One of the three victims taken to the University of Utah Hospital’s Burn Center after an explosion at a gas plant pumping station in Wyoming has died. Jared Loftiss, 35, was a husband and father of four little boys. He was flown to the Burn Center, where he died Wednesday morning after suffering severe burns in the explosion. The explosion happened at a gas plant pumping station 150 miles outside of Salt Lake City in the […]

  • Debate between Bishop, McAleer lacked inspiration, voters say

    OGDEN, Utah — It was Republican versus Democrat during the Utah’s 1st Congressional debate Tuesday night at Weber State University ahead of the November election. Political newcomer Donna McAleer is looking to unseat a seven term Congressman, Rob Bishop. “The threat by ISIS is real. The terrorists are evil. They have threatened Americans. Sitting back and doing nothing is not an option,” said Rep. Bishop during the question and answer debate. “The answer in Syria and Middle East is not […]

  • Utah Military Academy honors former POW Lt. Col. Jay Hess

    RIVERDALE, Utah — A former prisoner of war got a special surprise from hundreds of cadets at the Utah Military Academy in Riverdale Monday. Lt. Col. Jay Hess didn’t expect what happened. The main hall at the academy now has a special place dedicated to him. The former POW had no idea he was being honored. Hess thought he was there to give a speech to cadets in training. Cadets stood straight with their heads held up high in preparation […]

  • Victims of ‘ninja’ attack say polygamous women were targeting witness in rape trial

    WEST JORDAN, Utah — Two women disguised as ninjas are behind bars Friday night after breaking into a West Jordan home. Police said the women were targeting a 15-year-old girl who is set to testify against the women’s boyfriend next week. The victim’s family said the suspects are part of a polygamous relationship. FOX 13 News interviewed one of the men who brought the ninjas down. “I heard a creak, and there was silence for about 30 seconds,” said the […]

  • Supporters of traditional marriage rally at State Capitol

    SALT LAKE CITY — Dozens of Utahns rallied at the State Capitol Thursday evening, fighting to preserve traditional marriage. A small group of same-sex marriage supporters also showed up and a passionate exchange between the two sides was caught on camera. Watch the video above to see the exchange between the two groups. With just weeks away from a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court on whether or not the Justices will take up Utah’s case, emotions were running high. […]

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    Nursing moms more modest in the West, survey shows

    SALT LAKE CITY — Are breast-feeding mothers more modest in the West? A new survey says yes. It also reveals their fears about being seen nursing in public. The survey was commissioned by Lansinoh which touts itself as a world leader in breast-feeding accessories. FOX 13 talked to nursing mothers. Some have no problem feeding their babies for all to see while others appreciate a little more privacy. “Honestly, I would do it. I wouldn’t care what people think. To […]

  • Voters fire questions at Mia Love during townhall meeting

    RIVERTON, Utah — With so many undecided voters, Mia Love is taking her message on the road. The Republican candidate for the 4th congressional district held a town hall meeting in Riverton Tuesday night. Love said she feels good about her campaign and she’s having a lot more fun this time around. However she’s learned some valuable lessons after losing by just 768 votes two years ago to Congressman Jim Matheson. “You never know what to expect. I’m ready to […]

  • Teammates #PrayForMia as teen critically injured in crash remains in hospital

    WEST JORDAN, Utah – The girls of Copper Hills High School’s soccer team came together Thursday in honor of one of their teammates, who was flown to a hospital in critical condition Wednesday night. Mia Poulsen remains in critical condition Thursday. Around the Salt Lake valley, friends of Mia as well as strangers joined in to show their support for the injured teen. Many played in soccer games with “Mia” or “Mia #9” painted on their legs or faces, and […]


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