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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!
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A Minneapolis woman is using her life experiences to help end the cycle of poverty for kids in her community.
Neighbors, friends and family have gathered every night since Justine Damond was killed feet away from her home.
Authorities at Lake Minnetonka have a new way of enforcing underage drinking laws on boats. Starting Friday, owners and operators of boats will be held responsible for any underage drinking that happens on their boat.
A yearly summer tradition many people don’t look forward to is underway this week.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is making a call to families of the missing.
$12 million will be invested in law enforcement training throughout Minnesota for officers working with “diverse communities.”
Some contractors and insurance companies are using drones to inspect homes for damage after storms.
Several projects at once made for double and triple typical commute times for drivers last week.
Officers across the state are stepping up patrols on Minnesota lakes this holiday weekend.
Woodpeckers are wreaking havoc on some Twin Cities homes this summer.
Twin Cities magician Matt Dunn spent the last year building a big kid’s dream treehouse in his backyard in Plymouth.
The fight for a $15 minimum wage continues on Wednesday as city council members in Minneapolis meet to get a final look at the ordinance before voting on it.
A Guatemala man was pulled over for running a red light and arrested after driving without a license due to his immigration status.
Some 300 children got to learn about water safety on Friday afternoon in Minneapolis.
The debate was heated Thursday afternoon at Minneapolis City Hall as city councilmembers considered raising the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Two women are grateful to have a second chance at life after nearly dying from an overdose.
With the Minnesota State Fair just a couple months away, officials announced Tuesday the 31 new foods that will be available.
A crowd is gathering in Loring Park Saturday evening for a second day of rallies after Officer Jeronimo Yanez was found not guilty in the fatal shooting of Philando Castile.
The deal is targeted to close in the second half of the year.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office says one man is dead after an apparent drowning on Lake Jane in Lake Elmo on Thursday.
Advocates for victims of sex trafficking and members of law enforcement are working hard to prevent a spike in the illegal practice.
Authorities have made several arrests after fights broke out during an anti-Shariah rally and counter-protest at the Minnesota State Capitol.
The PGA made the announcement at Hazeltine this morning. This will be the first time the women’s championship is played in Minnesota.
Some of the teams training for Pulling Together got some help from competitive tug-of-war experts Thursday evening.
Amazon sends daily shuttles for hundreds of employees in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood to help them make the day and evening shifts.