Chenue Her

Chenue Her
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Chenue Her is a reporter who joined the 13NewsNow team in December 2015.

Prior to his arrival in Hampton Roads, Chenue worked as a reporter/multimedia journalist for KEZI 9 News (ABC) in Eugene, Oregon. Some of the major stories he covered during his time there included the Umpqua Community College shooting in Roseburg and a sexual assault investigation involving three players from the University of Oregon men's basketball team. Chenue also spent a lot of time chasing wildfires during the dry summer months.

Eugene Weekly readers voted him one of the front-runners for "Best Local News Personality" in the annual "Best of Eugene" edition two years in a row.

Chenue was born and raised in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area and describes himself as "an unbelievably proud Minnesotan."

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It's one of the reasons he didn't stray far from home when it came time to attend college. 

Chenue graduated from the University of Northwestern-St. Paul with an Electronic Media Communication degree. He interned at KCRA-TV in Sacramento, as well as at his hometown stations WCCO-TV and KSTP-TV. Chenue anchored and produced at his college television station.

If there's a Minnesota Timberwolves game on, you can bet the die-hard fan will be cheering for them. (He sometime finds himself reminiscing about the 2004 NBA playoffs.) Aside from that, I also enjoy spending time with friends and family.

A self-confessed "terrible outdoorsman," Chenue can't fix a car and barely can cook but says he's pretty good at shooting free-throws.

You can email Chenue as well as follow him on Facebook and Twitter.