Joe Moeller

Senior Reporter

Joe Moeller joined KTNV 13 Action News in July 2022.

He graduated from California State University-Fullerton. During his time in university, he was a news and entertainment intern at KTLA in Los Angeles.

Right after graduation, Moeller packed up his car and drove to Helena, Montana, where he started his on-air television career. After his time in Montana and then Northern California, he eventually made his way to Fresno, California, to continue his career as a morning anchor and reporter.

While in Fresno he covered major stories, including the drought and its impact on California's agriculture and several major wildfires in the Sierra Nevada. Joe also won a National Edward R. Murrow Award for a special three-part series on the proposed border wall and how it would impact border communities and the Central Valley of California.

In late 2019, just prior to the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, Moeller moved to Las Vegas where he has since been working in television news. He covered several major stories during the pandemic, such as the moment when the Strip was shut down and the unemployment struggles that took a toll on Nevada’s economy.

He has enjoyed living in Southern Nevada and is excited to continue to call it home. He has learned that Las Vegas has plenty to offer off the Strip as well. If Joe is not at work, he is most likely at the gym, hiking, spending time with family or hanging out with his dog Bodie.