• Follow me on:

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
  • 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. […]

  • breast-feeding

    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 […]

  • Utah Dems take aim at Mia Love on new website

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Democrats are taking aim at one of the Republican Party’s most polarizing candidates. Mia Love is being blasted on a new website that claims she’s too extreme. The website is www.noloveformia.com. The site is paid for by Utah Democrats who claim the site is merely a way to educate voters — but her campaign calls it a desperate attempt by democrats who know their candidate will lose to her come Election Day. “She’s really a very polarizing […]

  • A file photo of a woman using an electronic cigarette.

    Report indicates e-cigarette use more than doubled in Utah from 2012 to 2013

    SALT LAKE CITY — A new survey says e-cigarette use has more than doubled in Utah. The Utah Department of Health says the dramatic rise is worrisome. The numbers reveal more Utah adults are smoking e-cigarettes than ever before, and, often times, they are doubling up. That means they’re smoking regular cigarettes and the vapor. UDOH says the problem is that no one really knows the long-term health benefits. “I’ve smoked cigarettes since I was about 12 years old and […]

  • Female politicians in Utah discuss state of women in politics

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah ranks the lowest in the nation for women in politics. Wednesday night, some of the state’s most powerful and influential females took on tough questions. It was a room full of women who were at times, very candid. Some of the familiar faces included Utah’s female congressional candidates. The topic: women, power and politics. “Women, we always struggle in terms of having a voice and having women step up, but we have a little more […]

  • Salt Lake City Council move forward in Sugar House streetcar expansion

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake City Council voted 4-3 Tuesday night to match funds for a transportation grant they hope to be awarded, which would allow for the expansion the Sugar House streetcar line. City council members approved to pay $3 million toward the project if they receive the grant. The grant would cover $11 million of the S-Line expansion. Other cities are competing for the same federal money and a decision on the project won’t  be finalized […]

  • Public Service Commission nixes proposed fee for solar power users in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY — It was a victory for renewable energy advocates Friday. Rocky Mountain Power’s proposal to impose a monthly tax on Utahns who use solar. “Psychologically, people hear $4.65 a month, it doesn’t sound like that much, but in Arizona it had a tremendous difference in the number of solar installations,” said Jim French, who generates electricity from the solar panels on his roof. He said charging customers a monthly tax for renewable energy is not only unfair, […]

  • SLC Mayor meets with residents for beer, questions

    SALT LAKE CITY — Throwing back brewskis with Becker was the order of business Wednesday as Salt Lake City residents packed a small downtown bar to meet with the mayor. It was their chance to ask him questions, and FOX 13 News’ opportunity to ask him a few too. Becker said he picked O’Shucks because of all the construction. He wants people to know businesses are still open in the areas of construction. We wanted to know his thoughts on […]

  • Dozens protest death of Dillon Taylor shot by SLC police officer

    SALT LAKE CITY — Protestors rallied at Library Square in downtown Salt Lake Monday night, demanding justice for Dillon Taylor. The 20-year-old who was shot and killed by police nearly two weeks ago, in South Salt Lake at a 7-11. There were about a dozen protestors marching the streets asking why police haven’t released any more information about what happened the night Taylor died. His aunt, who was more like his mother, was at the protest and said all she […]


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,260 other followers