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Hometown: Salt Lake City, Utah

Job: KSTU News - Fox 13 Utah
Title: Web Content Producer

School: University of Utah - 2010
Major: Mass Communication - Visual Comm and New Media
Minor: Mathematics - Statistics
Minor: Economics.

Pastimes: watching television, movies, rock music, internet surfing, sleeping.
Passions: photography, statistics, useless pop culture knowledge.

Goal in life: be Rick Steves. Visit every Hard Rock Cafe.
Dream job: National Geographic photographer.


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    Curt Schilling to cyberbullies: “It truly is time this stopped”

    Former baseball pitcher Curt Schilling  had some tough words for cyberbullies after he says multiple “vulgar and defiling” tweets were directed at his teenage daughter. Earlier this week, Schilling posted a tweet congratulating his daughter on her acceptance to college. Congrats to Gabby Schilling who will pitch for the Salve Regina Seahawks next year!! — Curt Schilling (@gehrig38) February 25, 2015 In response, Schilling said in his blog, he and his daughter received violent, crude and vulgar messages. My daughter comes to […]

  • Uniquely Utah: Hovenweep National Monument

    On this week’s edition of Uniquely Utah, FOX 13’s Todd Tanner headed down to Hovenweep National Monument. He’s down in southeastern Utah to check out the centuries-old collection of structures.

  • A look a the new season of ‘The Following’

    FOX 13’s Dave Nemeth sat down with The Following star Kevin Bacon to talk about what fans can expect going into season three, which premieres this week.

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    Program encourages early intervention for kids with disabilities

    OREM, Utah – Kids on the Move is celebrating ten years of providing services for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The program has been around for thirty years helping children with disabilities. Current CEO Scott Bean first walked into the center twenty years ago, where they learned their 3-year-old daughter had autism. “To us at the time it was, autism was a very scary thing, much like a death sentence, you don’t know what to expect when you hear that […]

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    Presentation helps parents understand potentially dangerous web apps

    SALT LAKE CITY – Granite School District is helping parents keeps kids safe while using smart devices to get on the Internet. Some of the apps on your phone – like Kik and Snapchat – are making it easier for children and teens to send inappropriate messages. “I`m learning a lot about Instagram and Kik and Whisper and Vine and all these things I didn’t know existed,” said parent Becky Van Derbeek. To help parents learn more about those potentially […]

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    Homes temporarily evacuated after fire breaks out nearby

    NORTH SALT LAKE, Utah – Two homes in North Salt Lake were evacuated Sunday afternoon after a fire broke out in a nearby home. Police responded to reports of a suicidal woman at a home near 1100 North and 260 East at around 4:30 p.m. When crews arrived, the doors to the home were locked, and police say that as they tried to help, a fire broke out in her front room. Fire crews were able to force their way […]

  • Car Review: Lexus vs Hyundai Touch Test

    FOX 13’s Car Guy Brian Champagne does a “touch test” of a Hyundai and a Lexus to compare the two.

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    LDS Church’s Kaysville grain mill now also serves as pasta facility

    KAYSVILLE, Utah – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has worked to provide humanitarian service around the world and here in Utah for decades. Now they’re taking their work to another level with an improved facility. The LDS Church has been making pasta since about 1965, and demand grew too much for the center in Kearns, so the Kaysville grain mill will now also serve as a pasta-making facility. “A mill of one sort or the other has […]

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    Utah sees warmest winter on record

    SALT LAKE CITY – Meteorologists say this is officially the warmest winter on record, and the cold streak we’ve been experiencing isn’t expected to last. The National Weather Service says Salt Lake City hasn’t seen a winter this warm since 1978, and even that wasn’t quite this warm. “Here in Salt Lake City we had the warmest winter on record – that begins December 1st and runs through February 28th – and we broke the record by about a half […]

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    Snowy weather forces closure of several schools in San Juan County

    SAN JUAN COUNTY, Utah – Snowy weather is forcing school closures in San Juan County. San Juan County Emergency Management posted on their Facebook page Sunday that road conditions are forcing closure of several schools. The post says schools in the Monument Valley area (Monument Valley High School and Tse’bii’nidzisgai Elementary School) will be closed until after Spring Break on March 16. There will be no school in Bluff or Montezuma Creek (Whitehorse High School and Montezuma Creek Elementary School) on […]

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    SLC restaurant owner purchases first liquor license sold privately

    SALT LAKE CITY – Lawmakers worried that allowing liquor licenses to be put up for sale to the highest bidder would create a black market. Now, the first license has been sold. Joel LaSalle, a partner for Current Fish and Oyster Bar, chose to opt out of waiting in line for a liquor license from the DABC commission. Instead, he paid for the license previously owned by David’s Bar and Grill. “This is the first dedicated license that will be […]

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