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Nina Moini joined the WCCO-TV team in August of 2013. She reports on a wide range of topics during weekdays and weekend nights.
Nina grew up right here in Apple Valley (GO Eastview Lightning!), but was born in Denmark to Iranian parents who moved to the United States when she was 5 years old.
Nina found a passion for journalism at a young age through seeing good stories that show how people everywhere are more alike than different, regardless of their backgrounds.
Nina’s work in reporting breaking news has been recognized through Emmy awards and by the Society of Professional Journalists. She is also an active volunteer with Fraser, a Minnesota-based non-profit serving children and adults with Autism and other special needs.
Nina is a graduate of the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri, where she also earned a degree in Political Science. (Go Tigers!) After covering local government, health, and consumer news in sunny Fort Myers, Fla., she is thrilled to be back in her chilly hometown!
Nina loves to chat with viewers on Facebook and Twitter. You can find her on both. And please share your story ideas with her. She’s always looking for a good story and a good laugh.
Authorities in southwest metro say a father and his son were electrocuted Sunday when a large piece of farm equipment touched a power line.
The Minnesota Wild honored the memory of Jacob Wetterling at Saturday night’s season home opener.
Hiring for the holiday season is in full swing at retailers across the state.
The parents of a college student killed by a hit-and-run driver thanked their community Monday night for its support.
A soldier with Minnesota ties who was killed on Tuesday while on patrol in Afghanistan is being honored by his former college swim coach.
The Minnesota Department of Health is reminding the public that now is the time to get the flu vaccine.
The Minnesota Nurses Association expects the ongoing Allina Health nurses strike to be the longest of its kind in state history.
Team USA did it. For the first time in eight years, the United States has won the Ryder Cup.
Usually, the corn maze features a farm theme, but the owners said they felt compelled to show their gratitude this year.
The Ryder Cup is expected to draw more than 200,000 people over the next week.
It’s probably no surprise both sides thought their candidate won.
Miles Weske suffered a fractured neck, broken ribs, broken sternum and went into cardiac arrest during his first night in the hospital.
The city of Northfield is in a state of emergency Saturday night after some of the highest water levels ever recorded along the Cannon River.
Ryder Cup tickets were difficult to get, but this weekend people can enjoy the merchandise shop from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There’s no ticket required and parking is free.
U.S. lawmakers grilled the head of Wells Fargo on Tuesday over millions of fake accounts created in real customers’ names.
The parents of a University of Minnesota student who fell from a fifth story balcony over the weekend tell WCCO he has been in a terrible accident before.
People across the country paused today to remember the nearly 3,000 people killed in the worst terror attack in our nation’s history.
A small town in central Minnesota is cleaning up after a fire destroyed much of its Main Street.
A Minnesota man has confessed to kidnapping and killing 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling nearly 27 years ago.
As the Wetterling family grieves in private, family friends and those working for the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center want to make sure Jacob’s memory lives on in the mission of helping other children.
Troy Cole thinks Jacob’s abduction could have been prevented if only the Paynesville cases had been thoroughly investigated right when they happened.
The city of St. Joseph is remembering Jacob Wetterling and paying respects to his family.
There is a group of about 160 people working in sanitation each day at the Minnesota State Fair.
Diversity has been a hot topic surrounding the Minnesota State Fair since last year when the group Black Lives Matter St. Paul protested outside the gates.
With more than 100,000 people walking through the fairgrounds every day, it can be very easy to lose a loved one.