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Carly joined the FOX13 family June 2012, after reporting in Lubbock, Texas. She was born in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, and raised in San Diego, California. Today, she claims both coastal states as her home.

The San Diego State University alum graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
When she's not covering news, Carly would always prefer to be outside with her Terrier, Lubbock-Lynn, running, hiking, boating, camping or watching pretty much any sporting event. She also teaches Yoga and does CrossFit.

Got a story idea for Carly? Email her at carly.figueroa@fox13now.com.

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    Hundreds volunteer during search for missing Provo woman

    PROVO, Utah — Hundreds of volunteers came out in the rain Saturday morning to help search for a missing woman from Provo, who vanished while she was walking home from school a little more than one week ago. Elizabeth Laguna Salgado, who is known to some as Elena, is 26 years old and she was last seen in the area near 500 West and Center Street in Provo on April 16. The woman was last seen wearing a denim jacket, […]

  • Elizabeth Smart family gets involved in search for missing Provo woman

    PROVO, Utah – The search for a missing woman is continuing, and now the Smart family is getting involved in the efforts to find the woman–who vanished a little more than a week ago. Elizabeth Salgado, known to family and friends as Elena, is 26 years old and was last seen around 1:30 on April 16 in the area of Center Street in Provo, and police said she was likely walking along 500 West. Elizabeth Smart was abducted from her […]

  • Medical field sees shortage of primary care physicians

    SALT LAKE CITY — Hospitals and clinics across the country are reporting doctor shortages, including here in Utah. The doctor shortage exists in Utah for a number of reasons due to the state’s high birth rate and population growth as people move here for jobs and affordable higher education. The Affordable Care Act also gave more people access to health care than ever, resulting in a rising demand for basic health care. “We could easily put four family doctors to […]

  • Thousands pound pavement during 2015 Salt Lake City Marathon

    SALT LAKE CITY — Saturday was the 12th annual Salt Lake City Marathon, and thousands came out from all across the country to participate in a variety races held downtown. Before there were runners there were cyclists on the bike tour of the Marathon course, and then a wheelchair and hand cycle group started their event around 6:20 a.m. Saturday near the Olympic Legacy Bridge at the University of Utah. There was also a half marathon, a 5K run and […]

  • Team Red, White and Blue to run SLC Marathon in honor of veterans

    SALT LAKE CITY — The 12th annual Salt Lake City Marathon will be held Saturday, and for the first time a national organization for veterans is participating in the 26.2-mile challenge. Team Red, White and Blue (or Team RWB) is a non-profit group made up of veterans, family and friends of service personnel and supporters of veterans killed in action. Saturday, they’ll run the race as a relay. But, instead of passing a baton, they pass the American flag in […]

  • Father of victim speaks after alleged murder in Brigham City

    BRIGHAM CITY, Utah – Police in Brigham City said they had never dealt with any domestic violence calls regarding a young couple until Wednesday, when a man called 911 and told authorities he had murdered his wife. Spencer Gerlach, 20, and Keltsie Gerlach, 19, were recently divorced, and after police found Keltsie stabbed to death Wednesday her father spoke to FOX 13 News. “We loved our daughter very much, and the whole family is saddened by the tragic loss,” said […]

  • Olympic athlete warns against using the NuvaRing

    SALT LAKE CITY — An Olympic athlete is warning women about a popular birth control method that almost killed her. Megan Henry trains in Park City each year as a USA skeleton national team member. A few years ago that almost ended when doctors found blood clots in her lungs caused by the NuvaRing. The drug company Merck, which creates NuvaRing has settled a class action lawsuit with 3,800 victims for $100 million, but Henry and many others who have […]

  • Genealogist finds family of woman whose remains were found in Fruit Heights

    DAVIS COUNTY, Utah — She was missing for more than 32 years and when police finally found the remains of 23-year-old Theresa Rose Greaves. They thought all family members to notify were dead until a local genealogist took on the mission himself. Davis County resident Scott Fisher hosts a national radio show on genealogy. He also lives less than a mile from where the remains of Greaves were discovered back in February. When he heard detectives were having trouble locating […]

  • Family speaks after remains of woman missing since 1983 found in Davis County

    DAVIS COUNTY, Utah — Weeks after police confirmed that human remains found in Davis County belonged to a woman who went missing in 1983, the family of Theresa Rose Greaves spoke with FOX 13 News about the case. Cathy Greaves Spurgeon, Theresa’s cousin, spoke to FOX 13 News remotely and said after 32 years it’s good to be getting some answers. It’s been nearly four decades since she last saw her cousin Theresa, and she said the two grew up […]

  • Former member of LDS Church launches ‘Molly Mo’ clothing line for sister missionaries

    SALT LAKE CITY — Last week, as The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was holding their women’s session of General Conference, a Sandy man and former member of the LDS Church launched a new fashion line for sister missionaries. When the age requirement for sister missionaries was recently lowered, the LDS Church saw the number of women signing up for missions triple, and Nate Zubal said a wider range of women calls for a wider range of options […]

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    U of U study indicates Utah’s high altitude linked to low rate of ADHD

    SALT LAKE CITY — For years, research has shown that Utah has some of the lowest rates of children with ADHD in the nation, and the findings from a study at the University of Utah may shed some light on the reason. A recent study linked Utah’s high rates of depression and suicide to the state’s elevation, and local doctors took that information as a sign that elevation likely effected other mental illnesses—and it turns out they may be right. […]

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    Power restored: Copper theft left almost 5,800 without power in Salt Lake County

    SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah – Power has been restored for those in West Jordan, Midvale and Taylorsville after copper theft left residents in the dark Thursday morning. Almost 5,800 people were without power in Salt Lake County until just after 9 a.m. Authorities said the suspect or suspects who vandalized the substation near 70th S. and 10th W. in West Jordan are lucky to be alive. Officials are working to find the person or people responsible. MORE: Check the latest […]


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