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
  • Provo man found dead after overnight SWAT standoff

    PROVO – A man is dead and a woman in critical condition following a domestic shooting that police say lead to a SWAT standoff. Provo Police say they responded to a report of a “domestic situation” around 10 p.m. Saturday night. They say the caller told them a woman had been shot outside of her home at 1432 West and 500 North. 48-year-old Michael Skinner had been arguing with his son when, police say, the mother intervened. 10 shots were […]

  • Two arrested after Southern Utah high-speed pursuit

    ST. GEORGE – A man and woman are being held without bail in the Iron County Jail following a high-speed pursuit that stretched from a highway in Enoch to a neighborhood in New Harmony. St. George News reports that  Mariah Kay Hurse, of Salt Lake City and Taylor Lane Collier, of Boardman, Oregon were booked on numerous charges after leading police on the chase in a stolen vehicle. According to Enoch police, the gray Toyota Camry was equipped with a GPS […]

  • Police identify man killed in Smithfield auto-motorcycle accident

    SMITHFIELD – Police say the motorcycle operator in a serious auto-motorcycle crash Saturday afternoon has died. According to the Smithfield City Police Department, 55-year-old Darryl Nelson passed away in the hospital following the crash. Nelson was driving the motorcycle along with an unnamed passenger when police say they struck a white pickup truck in the intersection of 300 South Main Street in Smithfield. Police say the motorcycle’s passenger is currently being treated for their injuries but that the extent of the injuries is “unknown at this time.” […]

  • 62-year-old Magna man recovering after being stabbed in the neck at Bear River Lodge

    COALVILLE – A man was in serious condition at a Salt Lake City hospital Saturday evening, after investigators say he was stabbed in the neck in a convenience store at Bear River Lodge in eastern Summit County. In a press release, Lt. Andrew Wright with the Summit County Sheriff’s office says 45-year-old Charles Ryan Hendricks of Evanston, Wyo. stabbed a 62-year-old man from Magna, Utah. The attack was unprovoked and a motive is still unknown as of Saturday night, according to […]

  • Holladay Apollo Burger temporarily shut down following kitchen fire

    HOLLADAY – Owners say their local Apollo Burger will be closed for a few days while they repair the restaurant following a fire Friday night. The United Fire Authority responded to the kitchen fire at Apollo Burger near 2200 East, Murray Holladay Road around 9:30 p.m. Crews say some grease caught fire at the grill area and they were forced to attack the blaze from the drive-through window and the front door. While UFA says the fire was put out quickly, […]

  • Strange string of events leads to arrest for burglary, arson in Cedar City

    CEDAR CITY – The Iron County Sheriffs Office responded to a strange turn of events Saturday night after what started as a burglary turned into a case of aggravated arson. Deputies received the report of a burglary in progress around 11:35 p.m., where residents say 49-year-old Michael Cross was in their backyard off 3600 South and Tipple Road near Cedar City, “removing items from a shed.” Before law enforcement even arrived the homeowner, who had a gun, managed a citizen’s […]

  • Southern Utah offers new career path for prospective aerospace students

    CEDAR CITY — In a Southern Utah collaboration between Iron County School District, Southwest Technical College, Southern Utah University and MSC Aerospace a new career path might be the answer future aerospace engineers and employees are looking for. “The proposed Southwest Aerospace and Manufacturing Strategic Workforce Initiative will support students in high school and post-secondary training,” SUU President Scott Wyatt Told St. George News. “It will prepare them for technical jobs in southern Utah.” Funding was approved during the Utah Legislature’s […]

  • Driver charged with manslaughter after infant killed in Herriman crash; suspect had meth in his system

    HERRIMAN, Utah- Nearly a week after the Herriman crash that killed a 5-month-old child and seriously injured five others, the driver police say is responsible has been charged with manslaughter, DUI and other charges. Charging documents cite Lawrence Probert, 26 of Kearns, as the person responsible for the fatal collision at Mountain View Corridor and Rosecrest Road on Monday, April 9. The documents also state Probert told medical personnel who responded to the crash that he had “smoked meth” earlier in the day, and a blood draw […]

  • Four teenagers on the run after escaping from a Lincoln County youth center

    LINCOLN COUNTY – Nevada Sheriffs are searching four teens after they say the boys escaped from the Caliente Youth Center. Deputies say five originally escaped on Friday night, but they have apprehended one of them. The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department is urging residents to lock their vehicles and homes as the search continues. The suspects on the run are described as: 1 Black Male, 16 yr old, 130 lbs, 5’6, brown eyes and hair; 1 Black Male, 15 yrs old, 130 lbs, 5’6, […]

  • A change in schedule, LDS President Nelson leaves Jerusalem early as Syria tensions rise

    JERUSALEM – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a change in President Nelson and his delegation’s travel schedule due to the “conditions in neighboring Syria.” According to a Church spokesperson, “President Nelson has left Jerusalem ahead of schedule. Due to concerns pertaining to tension in the region, and available airspace, he and Sister Nelson departed after today’s district conference.” The Church also added that “Elder and Sister Holland are with them and will commence the Africa portion […]

  • Plane catches fire in Spanish Fork hangar, causes $300,000 in damage

    SPANISH FORK – A late night plane fire on Saturday might have cost the Spanish Fork airport hundreds of thousands of dollars. Fire crews report that around 10:30 p.m. the plane caught fire in a hangar at the Spanish Fork Airport. Firefighters estimate it took around an hour to put out the flames. According to Sgt. Phil Nielsen with the Spanish Fork Police Department, the blaze was caused by a short in the plane’s battery charger. The plane is considered a total […]

  • Pictures show Southern Utah flooding caused by Saturday storms

    ST. GEORGE – After a massive storm swept through Southern Utah Saturday evening, the images captured ranged from beautiful rainbows to terrible flooding. St. George News readers sent in some of their best images of the wet weather and the calm that followed. To read the full article and see more pictures check out the article by St. George News here.