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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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    Slush on roadway causes Taylorsville rollover

    TAYLORSVILLE, Utah – Wet roadways caused a rollover crash in Taylorsville on Friday. Unified Police say a small SUV was traveling eastbound on 4700 South near 3700 West just before noon when the driver moved into the right lane into some slush, causing the driver to lose control. The car hit the curb, then tipped onto its side, crashing through a fence at a home on the side of the street. The three occupants in the vehicle – two adults and a […]

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    Police looking for suspects in Cedar City armed robbery

    CEDAR CITY, Utah – Police in Cedar City are asking for help locating two people they say are behind an armed robbery of a Texaco convenience store. Officers say the couple walked quickly around inside the store for about a minute, then the woman left and the man went to the clerk and demanded money. The man reportedly showed a knife handle while keeping the blade inside his pocket. He left with an undisclosed amount of money and drove away […]

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    Several Utah theaters to air ‘The Interview’ on Christmas

    SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – Days after announcing that “The Interview” would not be released, Sony has changed its mind and will be releasing the controversial Seth Rogan comedy in a limited number of theaters starting Christmas Day, including several in Utah. The studio canceled the release of “The Interview” after threats from hackers prompted theaters across the country to decide not to show the film. Backlash to the decision was fierce and widespread, with criticism even coming from President Obama, […]

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    Eggnog-chugging contest sends Lehi man to hospital

    LEHI, Utah – Having a glass of eggnog is in keeping with the holiday season, but a few too many sent a Lehi man to the hospital after a chugging contest did not end well. Ryan Roche spent three days fighting double lung pneumonia after downing the eggnog at his company’s holiday party two weeks ago. “I pretty much just opened up my throat and just poured it down,” said Roche. “I didn’t take a single breath the entire time.” […]

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    Former NASCAR driver pleads guilty after three-state chase

    ST. GEORGE, Utah – A former NASCAR driver who was arrested last year for leading police on a chase through three states pleaded guilty on Tuesday, saying substance abuse led to his destructive behavior. In Jan. 2012, Timothy Tyler Walker and his then-wife were driving from their home in California. Nevada troopers attempted to stop him, but he took off. On Tuesday, he pleaded guilty to failure to stop, driving under the influence and possession of methamphetamine. “I’ve been able […]

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    Utah DC Kalani Sitake leaves for Oregon State

    SALT LAKE CITY – The University of Utah football team’s defensive coordinator is heading to Oregon State. Kalani Sitake, who has served as defensive coordinator since 2009, is leaving Utah to take the same position at Oregon State, under former Utah State head coach and Utah assistant coach Gary Andersen. Under Sitake, Utah has earned a reputation for its defensive strength. Utah leads the nation in sacks, at 55.0, and senior Nate Orchard, who finished the season with an FBS-best 18.5 […]

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    Rain, snow cause roof of abandoned building to collapse

    SALT LAKE CITY – The roof of an abandoned downtown building collapsed under the weight of rain and snow that fell over the last few days. Crews say there was so much water on the roof, located near 260 South Main Street, that when it gave way, water, glass and parts of the building were flooded into the alley and onto 300 South. “Witnesses say it pushed across the alley and onto the wall of the building across the way here. […]

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    Volunteers provide Christmas dinner for families in need

    SALT LAKE CITY  – Volunteers from Rowland Hall and the Crossroads Urban Center provided Christmas dinners for hundreds of Utah families in need on Tuesday. Each family received everything needed for a Christmas dinner, with pies for dessert. “The food’s donated from places like the Utah Food Bank, the University of Utah, through the Eccles Broadcast Center, so the money and food comes in from a lot of places,” said Mary Anne Wetzel, alumni director for Rowland Hall. Wetzel says […]

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    Preventing exposure key to keeping babies healthy during the holidays

    SALT LAKE CITY – Pediatricians are advising parents to put extra focus on keeping newborns healthy during the holiday season. Pediatricians at the Riverton hospital say exposure is a big thing parents have to worry about, because a minor cold for an adult could be a big deal for an infant. Doctors advise against taking a newborn to holiday parties, where they could be passed around to a lot of people. If you do take your baby, make sure everyone […]

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    41st President George H.W. Bush hospitalized as precaution

    By Ben Brumfield and John King, CNN. (CNN) — Former President George H. W. Bush has been taken to a hospital as a precautionary measure after experiencing shortness of breath, according to a statement from his office. Bush, 90, served as the nation’s 41st President and is the father of 43rd President George W. Bush. Bush, a Republican, was hospitalized in November 2012 with bronchitis but recovered after two months. Before becoming President, Bush served as Vice President under Ronald […]

  • Uniquely Utah: Smith’s trumpeter

    WEST JORDAN, Utah – A West Jordan grocery store gives shoppers a chance to enjoy a Christmas concert almost every day. West Jordan Smith’s assistant manager Bruce Butcher finds time to play trumpet music inside the store. FOX 13’s Todd Tanner takes a look in this week’s Uniquely Utah.

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    New classroom building brings 21st Century tech to UVU

    OREM, Utah – Utah Valley University is projected to become Utah’s largest university with 40,000 students by 2020. Earlier this year, they opened a brand new building which will help meet their current and future needs. The new classroom building is around 244,000 square feet and can serve more than 3,000 people an hour. “We’ve designed the building to really connect with the way students learn now in the twenty-first century with technology and group interaction,” said Matthew Holland, president […]

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