Bob Evans has been co-anchor of Fox 13 News at Nine since October 1995. Previously, he worked as an anchor/reporter for KUTV and at stations in Kansas City, Spokane and Boise.

He has won numerous awards in his career including two Emmys, two Telly Awards and many Society of Professional Journalists and Utah Broadcasters awards. He has had the opportunity to report on a wide variety of issues and events. Commenting on some of his favorite reporting experiences Bob said, “I’ll never forget the Hess and Pearce families and how they adopted a total of seven Russian children between them. Or the gut-wrenching heartache of families shattered by sexual abuse. Or the alarming decline in the number of doctors who deliver Utah’s babies.

Bob enjoys meeting viewers in person saying that it is a privilege to take part in the station’s community events. Over the years he has represented Fox 13 at functions such as The Great Salt Lake Council of the BSA Silver Beaver Awards, The Governor’s Office on Volunteerism Silver Bowl Awards, the Combined Federal Campaign Kick-off Luncheons, Utah’s Safe Kids Coalition, the American Lung Association of Utah, the Days of ’47 Celebration of Utah’s Cultures, the Granite Education Foundation “Excel” Awards, Utah Regional Ballet and many others.

Bob graduated from Brigham Young University with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Music Performance. He met his wife at BYU and describes their union as follows: “We were both in the broadcast journalism program and had on-air assignments. She had come back to get her Masters Degree in broadcast management. And as it turned out, she’s managed this broadcaster and our family very, very well for over 30 years. And I could not be more grateful to her. We’ve been blessed with wonderful children. We love the mountains, skiing, sports, and music. But mostly we like just being together.”

Bob sums up his job this way, “How wonderful it is to do something you love for a living, and to do it with people you really enjoy. There’s just something special about working at Fox 13.”

Recent Articles
  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Utah Highway Patrol Lt. Todd Royce gives the trooper’s side of patrolling the highways

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Highway Patrol troopers, like others in law enforcement, are a special breed. They think nothing of running toward danger, when everyone else is running away. From delivering babies on the side of the road, to responding to the most horrific accidents, and then delivering the bad news, theirs is an almost impossible job. Recently, UHP Lt. Todd Royce joined Bob Evans for 3 Questions: In recent months we have seen just incredible bravery on the part […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Former Jazz Center Mark Eaton on the keys to success

    SALT LAKE CITY — With the Utah Jazz in the playoffs, it’s an exciting time for fans. Professional basketball has plenty of life lessons, and none of them have been lost on former Utah Jazz Center Mark Eaton. Eaton stayed in Utah after retiring from basketball and has entered the restaurant business, become a corporate speaker, and authored a new book titled “The Four Commitments of a Winning Team”. Recently Eaton joined Bob Evans for 3 Questions: You talk about […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Jenny Wilson on Utah politics, her run for Senate

    SALT LAKE CITY — She comes from a political family, where her father—Ted Wilson—was the highly respected mayor of Salt Lake City. Jenny Wilson has her own political accomplishments, which include a total of 10 years so far on the Salt Lake County Council. Now she is facing Mitt Romney, among others, in the race to replace retiring Senator Orrin Hatch. Wilson recently sat down with Bob Evans for 3 Questions. What would you say is Mitt Romney’s biggest weakness […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Royals FC Coach Laura Harvey talks women’s soccer in Utah

    It is groundbreaking for Utah. Never before has there been a professional women’s soccer team here. But the Utah Royals FC are part of the Real Salt Lake franchise and have recently embarked on their first season. There is a lot of excitement about the team and its head coach, Laura Harvey—who recently joined Bob Evans for 3 Questions. For the un-initiated, what’s the major difference between professional men’s soccer and professional women’s soccer? Player salaries are comparatively low in […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Paul Huntsman talks ownership of The Salt Lake Tribune

    SALT LAKE CITY — He is the sixth of nine children born to Jon and Karen Huntsman, and he has his father’s penchant for business. Paul Huntsman has served as Vice President of Huntsman Corporation and in other executive positions both in and out of the family business. Now he is the owner and publisher of The Salt Lake Tribune, having rescued it from almost certain demise. Recently Paul Huntsman sat down with Bob Evans to answer 3 Questions. Your […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Mitt Romney on running for the Senate seat vacated by Orrin Hatch

    SALT LAKE CITY – Mitt Romney is considered Utah’s favorite adopted son. After rescuing the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics, Romney went on to be Governor of Massachusetts and run for President of the United States twice. Now he’s back in Utah, running for the Senate seat Orrin Hatch will soon be vacating. He sat down with Fox 13’s Bob Evans, who asked him three questions:   We’ve heard, and you’re saying on your website that you’re bringing Utah values […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Rudy Gobert on making it in the NBA

    SALT LAKE CITY – He is one of the tallest players in the NBA. At 7-feet, 2-inches, Utah Jazz Center Rudy Gobert has become one of the most important weapons on the team, and his stats prove it. Gobert is averaging better than 13 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks per game. Recently he sat down with Bob Evans to answer 3 Questions: In 2016 you signed a 4-year extension for $102 million. That’s more than most people make in […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Erika Munson talks Mormons Building Bridges

    SALT LAKE CITY — She is an active Latter-day Saint, a mother of five straight children, a grandmother of three and the co-founder of “Mormons Building Bridges.” Eyebrows were raised in 2012, when that group marched in Salt Lake City’s Pride Parade. But for Erika Munson, it was the best way she could think of to reach out in love and understanding to the LGBTQ community. Recently she joined Bob Evans for 3 Questions: 1 – When other members of […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Kerry, Bill and Gina on the success of ‘Radio From Hell’

    SALT LAKE CITY — If there was a Mount Rushmore of morning radio in Utah, these guys would be on it. Kerry Jackson, Bill Allred and Gina Barberi on X96 have been together since the mid-1980s, in an industry where on-air personalities come and go like the weather. They have enjoyed great ratings all along, and recently they came to the Fox 13 Studio so Bob Evans could ask them 3 Questions. You’ve got this incredibly loyal following, your audience […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Howard Jones talks hit songs, selling out shows in Park City

    He had 15 Top 40 worldwide hits between 1983 and 1992, with such titles as “Things Can Only Get Better” and “No One is to Blame”. Howard Jones is a pop superstar who pioneered the electronic music craze that swept the music scene, and he has a love affair going with Utah audiences—with five nights of sold out concerts in Park City recently. Jones sat down with Bob Evans for 3 Questions: You have millions of fans around the world, […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Athletic Director Chris Hill talks Utah sports, the rivalry with BYU

    SALT LAKE CITY — The emotions surrounding college sports are undeniable. Screaming your lungs out for your favorite team is an American pastime, and even the folks who manage and control those teams can get swept up. Recently University of Utah Athletic Director Chris Hill was overheard in a very emotional outburst after the Utes’ game with Arizona State. He discussed that incident and more when he sat down with Bob Evans for 3 Questions. The conversation after the Arizona […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Mary Beckerle on fighting cancer at the Huntsman Cancer Institute

    SALT LAKE CITY — Mary Beckerle leads an army of scientists, researchers, doctors and staff in the war against cancer. Sunday marks World Cancer Day, and now there are more people surviving cancer than ever before. Still, one person in the US dies of cancer every minute of every day. Jon Huntsman Sr. was passionate about stopping this killer, and so is doctor Mary Beckerle, who is the CEO and Director of the cancer institute that bears Huntsman’s name. Beckerle […]