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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.
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It looks like an Italian Alps Chalet; a small gingerbread house nestled right in downtown Forest Lake. It is called Daniela’s, and the insides are as good as the outside.
The World Health Organization says it expects the Zika virus to spread to every country in the Western Hemisphere, except Canada.
Ice skating is the quintessential winter pastime. When temperatures drop below freezing, we lace up our skates and take to the rink. We went in search of the Best of Minnesota, and your votes sent Natalie Nyhus to the “Guidant John Rose MN OVAL” in Roseville, one of the largest of its kind.
Delta Airlines announced Tuesday that it expects to save $3 billion in fuel costs this year compared to last. But will it mean cheaper flights for travelers?
It is a beloved, tasty ritual that many of us partake in while seeking the hair of the dog that bit us. The Bloody Mary is an elaborate cocktail that has been around for almost a century. But not all Bloody Mary bars are created equal.
Sergio Paez was named the preferred candidate for the job in December. Two days later, an advocacy group released a report alleging staff at a school in Paez’s former district in Holyoke, Massachusetts physically abused students during his tenure.
IT! FACTORY in Northfield manufactures strong bodies, minds and friendships. It is a completely-new concept for a gym; a place where physical fitness meets mental wellness. Owner Cindy Boyum works with her teammates from the inside out.
The flu is the virus that haunts us all winter long. But Kris Ehresmann of the Minnesota Department of Health is calling this season lackluster, so far. “I know a lot of people are thinking, ‘It was so much busier the last couple of years, what’s happening?'” Ehresmann said.
If you found a brand new electronic device under the Christmas tree this year, your next question is what to do with the old one.
The winter storm that finally brought a significant snowfall to the Twin Cities is whipping up a flurry of business. From hardware stores to ski slopes, owners are happy to no longer be feeling the cold shoulder from winter.
Three people are dead in an apparent murder-suicide in northern Wisconsin. The Ashland Daily Press reports that a family member visiting a home discovered the bodies shortly after noon yesterday.
Even though you can watch a movie on your TV, laptop or iPad these days, great theaters still make going to the movies worth buying a ticket.
‘Tis the season for decking the halls, and there’s no shortage of places in Minnesota to check out some spectacular lights. You voted and sent Natalie Nyhus to your favorite holiday light display. With 3.5 million lights, Bentleyville Tour of Lights in Duluth is your winner.
For meat lovers, there’s nothing more satisfying than tucking into a perfect steak. There are plenty of places to get a choice plate of beef in the state of Minnesota, but we wanted to know which one is the tenderloin of restaurants. You put in your two cents, and your votes sent Natalie Nyhus to Manny’s Steakhouse in Minneapolis!
Minnesotans love the pastime of teaming up with pals, passing around a pitcher, and engaging in a battle of wits.
Mall of America debuted a new concept on this Black Friday called “Shop Local.” It’s a holiday pop-up shop supporting small, local businesses.
It seems like Minnesota is overflowing with independent craft breweries, each with their own unique spin on everyone’s favorite sudsy substance. But this week, WCCO’s Natalie Nyhus went in search of the best craft beer Minnesota has to offer.
It’s happened nearly each night of the occupation at Minneapolis’ 4th Precinct. Black Lives Matter protesters say white supremacists cruise by, shoot video and scope out the crowds.
With winter around the corner, who can resist a delicious, piping hot serving of chili? Nothing warms the body and soul like a hearty bowl, so we sent Natalie Nyhus in search of the best of Minnesota. Your votes took her to a place that serves up something for every taste. This is the Loon Cafe in Minneapolis.
Choosing the best cookie in Minnesota is no easy feat. With hundreds of bakeries across the state, there are no shortage recipes and favorites. But there can only be one Best of Minnesota, and your votes sent me to Alexandria for some fun at the Sugar Shack.
A Minnesota man caught the fish of his lifetime, and one that could set a new world record. Robert Hawkins caught a 57-inch monster muskellunge on Lake Mille Lacs Monday. The best part is that he caught it fly fishing.
Most of us have a favorite coffee shop — a refuge to get some work done, have a great conversation, or people watch all while sipping a caffeinated beverage.
It’s not your typical work uniform: gold sequins and a pumpkin tie. But Jim Berg fits right in his shop, Twin Cities Magic and Costume in St. Paul.
On Thursday night, many people received an AMBER Alert directly to their phone, notifying them of a little girl, taken by her mother. It’s an unfamiliar notification that pops up right on our phones — and an image that simultaneously shows up on street signs.
Whether it’s carving, cooking or just decorating, pumpkins are a staple of life in the fall. They can be hundreds of pounds, or just the size of an apple. But where’s the best place to get one?