I’m a multi-platform employee here at Fox 13 and excited to be a part of the team. I work part-time as an Assignment Desk Editor, Web Content Producer and associate producer, but full-time at being a journalist. I live in Midvale with my wife and cat. I graduated from Utah State University with a bachelor’s in Broadcast-Journalism.

Recent Articles
  • Murray officer released from hospital after being hit by a car

    MURRAY – A Murray officer was struck by a vehicle Saturday night while directing traffic for the Murray City Fire department. According to Murray police, the officer has been released from the hospital with minor damage including swelling to his leg. Despite the pain police say he “hopped out” of the hospital and was able to return home. The officer had been blocking and directing traffic at 371 East 5300 South when, police say, a driver’s foot slipped off of […]

  • Power has returned to Kaysville after Saturday crash left city in the dark

    KAYSVILLE CITY – Kaysville Power has confirmed that all power has been restored to its city after an allegedly intoxicated driver crashed into a power pole early Saturday morning. Kaysville City officials on Facebook say crews ran into a few small problems overnight but after successfully re-stringing lights across I-15 and to a 7 Eleven power has been restored as of 10:30 a.m. on Sunday morning. The post thanked the workers who have been on the job non-stop since 4 a.m. […]

  • Fire extinguishers recalled after hundreds of reported failures

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced the recall of Kidde fire extinguishers with plastic handles. According to the recall notice “The fire extinguishers can become clogged or require excessive force to discharge and can fail to activate during a fire emergency. In addition, the nozzle can detach with enough force to pose an impact hazard.” The announcement revealed there have been approximately 391 reports of ‘failed or limited activation or nozzle detachment’ resulting in around 16 injuries including smoke inhalation […]

  • Snow Canyon State Park vandalism was ‘premeditated effort’

    WASHINGTON COUNTY – Volunteers found a suprising act of vandalism amid the white Navajo sandstone of Snow Canyon State Park. According to our media partner St. George News, a person or persons hiked over a mile into the park from the White Rock trailhead and into a remote area where they spray-painted the rock. Kristen Comella, Snow Canyon’s park manager, said the graffiti was discovered a few weeks ago by a volunteer trail steward who took photos and shared them with park staff. […]

  • West Valley City shoplifter arrested at gunpoint

    WEST VALLEY CITY – A shoplifter was tased by Unified Police early Saturday morning, police say they had been holding him at gunpoint until they were forced to subdue him to make arrest possible. According to Lt. Brian Lohrke with the Unified Police department, the shoplifting occurred at the Walmart at 5675 W 6200 S. UPDATE: Police initially believed a female had been involved and was hiding from authorities but have determined she was not involved.

  • Man killed after driving dispute escalates into fight in Ogden

    OGDEN – Police responded to a large fight Saturday night and found one person seriously injured. They say that individual was rushed to the hospital and soon pronounced dead. According to Ogden Police officers, the fight occurred between 10 and 11 p.m. at Lester Park near 700 East and 24th Street. Police say they broke up the large fight and found the injured individual. They rendered aid at the scene and rushed him to the hospital, where he died. Investigators […]

  • Utah receives share of settlement with EpiPen manufacturer

    ST. GEORGE — Following an August agreement Utah has received its $1.6 million share of a settlement with Mylan, maker of the EpiPen. According to our media partner St. George News, Mylan agreed to pay $465 million total to settle allegations it overbilled Medicaid for its emergency allergy injectors for a decade. In a statement Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes confirmed receipt of the payment on Friday, saying that the proceeds represent recovery for the state and federal government for […]

  • Second Mormon temple in the Caribbean breaks ground

    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gathered members and leaders to break ground on a new Caribbean temple on Saturday. The Port-au-Prince temple was announced by LDS president Thomas S. Monson on April, 5th 2015. According to a Mormon Newsroom press release, the groundbreaking ceremony was directed by Elder Walter F. González of the quorum of the Seventy and a choir of local Mormons in Haiti provided music for the occasion. LDS sources say the temple […]

  • Stolen vehicle causes rollover in Herriman; Driver in critical condition

    HERRIMAN – A driver is in critical condition after their vehicle collided with a truck after running a red light. According to Unified Police Lieutenant Brian Lohrke, 24-year-old Allen Shane Carmickle was ejected from a green truck during the rollover. They say that truck was listed as stolen from South Salt Lake City yesterday. The crash between the stolen truck and another white truck occurred at Mountain View Corridor and Rosecrest Road (14000 South) around 9:15 a.m. Police say there were no other […]

  • State troopers boost Halloween patrols to increase safety for trick-or-treaters

    ST. GEORGE — Last Halloween had one of the highest rates of alcohol-related crashes of all holidays in Utah and was particularly deadly for pedestrians. Our southern Utah partner St. George News reports that the Utah Highway Patrol will be stepping up its game to prepare for the many adults who also celebrate the holiday. They say officers will be working extra shifts to keep drunk drivers off Utah roads. This weekend into Tuesday night St. George News says, state […]

  • Police searching for missing and endangered Orem man

    OREM – Police are reaching out to the public to help find an endangered man missing since Tuesday. Orem police say 39-year-old Kelly Raymond Isom has numerous health issues and without his medication, it could be a “life-threatening situation.” Isom is a white male approximately 6’4″ tall and weighs 265 lbs with hazel eyes and black hair. Police say he was last seen in a green 2003 Dodge Caravan with Utah plate C16 6LM leaving his family home Tuesday morning. According to […]

  • A Utah boy fighting cancer lived his dream of being a firefighter

    An eight-year-old boy who is fighting cancer, for the second time, got to fight something a lot cooler- and hotter- flames. Caleb Terry’s dream is to be a firefighter. For one day, Unified Fire Authority granted Caleb’s wish. They took him to station 119 in Emigration Canyon on Friday and showed him the ropes. “I was able to put out the fire and it was so amazing,” said Caleb. He battled real flames, when one of UFA’s dumpster props caught […]