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Natalie Nyhus joined the WCCO-TV team in January of 2011. She anchors Saturday mornings and the “Best of Minnesota” franchise. Prior, she was awarded multiple daytime Emmy awards with WCCO This Morning, where she anchored and reported on traffic, entertainment, health and lifestyles.
Natalie is a Minnesota native (east side) who studied broadcast journalism, print journalism and theology at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minn. She’s happy to work in her hometown and keeps her ear to the streets for the latest in Minnesota arts, entertainment and nightlife.
In addition to working with WCCO, you may see her reporting for Fox Sports North and Big Ten Network where she got her start on air. Prior to WCCO, she was on court with the Minnesota Timberwolves for five seasons as their in-arena host and as a fan. She also worked with Hollywood 411 out of Los Angeles, hosted an arts and entertainment talk radio show on MyTalk 107.1 FM and covered nightlife at The CW Twin Cities.
Please share your story ideas and Minnesota happenings with her at email@example.com. Or just drop her a note. She loves saying hi.
Parents seek out indoor play areas all across the state this time of year, looking for a way to burn some energy.
From high school state tournaments to a Minnesota Wild team drawing record crowds, March Madness is in full effect in downtown St. Paul.
The owners of this bowling alley just took over the business with a little help from their biggest supporters: Their moms.
Mark LeClair has been giving constant care to his daughter since she was born; she suffered viral meningitis when she was 7 days old.
We went searching for the best fried chicken, and your votes took us to a place known for broasting its birds.
One of the newest trends in pizza also happens to be one of the oldest ways of cooking: a blazing wood fire in a brick oven.
A baby can go through about ten diapers a day. That’s more than 3,000 in the first year alone, and a big cost for parents.
Your votes sent Natalie Nyhus to Alexandria, where a chef brought world-class cuisine to his hometown.
A 4-year-old Somali girl who was first stopped by President Trump’s executive order is now with her family in Minnesota.
When winter hits, many of us go indoors to the gym to stay active. With so many locally-owned gyms popping up, we wanted to find the best in Minnesota.
If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, we’ve got one for you this week.
It’s one of the most popular, and indulgent, meals you can order for breakfast: Eggs Benedict is salty, savory and satisfying.
Radon is a colorless and odorless soil gas that we can’t see that damages lungs and is the second leading cause of lung cancer.
In these cold winter months, warm up by taking in some high culture, indoors. Your votes sent Natalie Nyhus to St. Paul!
Three students from Minneapolis are headed to the Super Bowl after winning the SAP Social Innovation Series Teen Innovator award.
Not much has changed at Mickey’s Diner in the 80 years it’s been parked downtown St. Paul.
While they have sold 25 million pillows, the Better Business Bureau this week rated MyPillow with an F.
The comedian, writer and co-creator of “The Daily Show” is back home in the Twin Cities with her latest year-ender show.
Just because the ground is covered in snow does not mean you have to hang up your sneakers.
The Benton County Sheriff’s Department needs help naming its newest team member.
Wintertime means sledding, skiing and skating. And in the State of Hockey, if there is one thing Minnesotan’s know — it’s good ice!
Soon you could see a Minnesota actor on the national TV stage. CBS put out a call for diverse actors from areas other than Los Angeles and New York City. A 19-year-old St. Paul woman submitted a tape and got a callback.
As the temperatures drop, we are in the mood for some Italian comfort food. This time of year folks love lasagna, a festive favorite.
A cancer diagnosis is a devastating one, and it’s tough to know how to help someone who’s facing that battle.
The safe disposal of drugs not only prevents others from swiping bottles from home medicine cabinets, but it also protects the environment.