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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
  • BYU students develop app and wristband to keep kids close, safe

    PROVO, Utah — If you’re a parent, you probably know that feeling: The scary pit in your stomach you get when your child wanders off. Now, some MBA students at BYU are looking to prevent that feeling using a wristband and an app. Taking your kids to a parade can go from terrific to terror if you don’t know where they are, as Spencer Behrend knows all too well. “That was a terrifying experience for his mother and me,” he […]

  • Air quality among topics in Utah Citizens’ Counsel report on human rights

    SALT LAKE CITY — A politically minded group made up mostly of senior citizens hopes to use their experience to shape Utah’s future. The Utah Citizens’ Counsel–which advocates for senior citizens, is made up of volunteers and is non-partisan–released their annual report earlier this week. “We aim to sharpen citizens’ sensitivities about the importance of human rights in Utah,” said Aileen Clyve, Utah Citizen’s Counsel. “…The purpose of the counsel is to  bring together seniors who’ve had a great deal of […]

  • Which parts of Utah have the healthiest teens? New report has the answer

    SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Department of Health has released a new study that highlights which parts of Utah have the healthiest teens. The report looked at 29 indicators of health across local health districts, including things like screen time, obesity, cigarette smoking, e-cigarette use, diabetes, texting while driving and feeling sad or hopeless. Michael Friedrichs, an Epidemiologist at the health department, stated in the press release that the study is the first of its kind they’ve ever done. […]

  • Teens mask text conversations from parents with acronyms, experts say

    SALT LAKE CITY — One in four students has been involved in sexting and on average, 52 percent of students have been victims of cyberbullying. That’s according to NetSmartz. Now teens are going to great lengths to hide their texting conversations from their parents. “’Parent Over Shoulder’ or ‘Parent in Room’ and those I think are a little outdated now, but then you have some of the new ones that involve sexting,” according to Max Rogers, the Director of NetSmartz, […]

  • Pieces of Hoberman Arch stolen

    SALT LAKE CITY — Parts of the historic architectural cornerstone of the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics have vanished. Thieves stole metal beams that are part of the Hoberman Arch. “It was absolutely iconic. It was so unique for the Olympics. Anyone who saw the Hoberman Arch knew that it was associated with the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake,” said Rocky Anderson, who was the mayor at the time of the Winter Olympics. The iconic masterpiece was […]

  • U of U recognized for efforts to help kids with autism

    SALT LAKE CITY — A program developed by a University of Utah research team is gaining a lot of attention for its work with children on the autism spectrum. The Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute, along with the startup  “Neuro-versity” received the Social Enterprise Award at its Ninth Annual Dignity Through Work Recognition event. The program helps kids with autism learn the skills needed so they can find a job. “It’s been life changing for everyone on our team that’s been involved […]

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    Police: Logan woman faked brain tumor, duped donors

    LOGAN, Utah — Cashing in on Cancer. Police say a Utah woman had an entire community fooled, bilking them out of thosuands of dollars. The case of charity has now turned into a fraud. Lesley Jensen is the prime suspect in a fraud investigation centered in the small town of Nibley. Logan Police said the Cache County community had no idea she was faking her own terminal illness. “Leslie has suggested she has brain cancer,” said Chief Gary Jensen of […]

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    Utah moms call for blinders on revealing magazine covers in stores

    SANDY, Utah — Some Utah mothers are upset about magazines they describe as racy and they took their concerns to Sandy City Hall Tuesday night. The concern was sparked by one Utah mother who got others to rally around her. She thinks the city should require stores to put blinders on certain magazines but not everyone agrees. “This particular resident felt that the magazine covers where women were scantily clad in her view were inappropriate for young children,” said Nicole […]

  • Should Salt Lake City Public Library stay open 24/7?

    SALT LAKE CITY — Some in downtown Salt Lake City love the idea of keeping Salt Lake City Public Libray’s doors unlocked around the clock, but others say it would only attract more crime. Tuesday night, the City Council took public comment to hear what residents think of the idea. “The proposal is to go to a 24/7 for the library to serve people who are night owls, who may not be able to use library services during regular hours […]

  • Stericycle reaches settlement with state; clean air advocates object

    NORTH SALT LAKE, Utah — Stericyle strikes a deal to pay more than $2 million to the state of Utah, to settle fines and move out of North Salt Lake, eventually. While the settlement is for $2.3 million, Stericycle might not have to pay that amount, and clean air advocates are already crying foul. Half of the fine will be waived if Stericyle moves its facility, which is the plan. “Half of the settlement amount would be credited toward a […]

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    WVC PD considering body cameras for all officers

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – Utah’s second largest city may soon have its law enforcement officers recording everything they do. West Valley City’s police chief says body cameras are critical for restoring public trust. If approved, the city will join a growing list of departments across the state adopting the same policy, but how do officers feel about it? Chief Lee Russo says most of his officers support the idea of wearing body cameras. However the question is will they […]

  • 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 […]


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