• Follow me on:

Kelly Chapman came to FOX13 after returning back to Utah from California. For 3 years Kelly anchored the wildly popular Good Day Sacramento weekend morning show that was a variety show of news, entertainment and guests. Previously Kelly worked as the features reporter, traffic reporter, and helicopter reporter at another television station in the Salt Lake television market. You can watch Kelly anchor Utah's number one rated weekend morning show from 6:30am-9am on Saturday and Sunday.

Kelly and her meteorologist husband have 3 children and love to spend time together as a family. When not working on the anchor desk or as Super Mom, Kelly enjoys baking, interior design, scrapbook journaling and gardening.


Recent Articles
  • Experts offer workout tips as part of My Heart Challenge

    SALT LAKE CITY – FOX 13 News and Intermountain Medical Center’s Heart Institute have teamed up for the My Heart Challenge, and 15 local firefighters accepted the 100-day challenge. Everyone is encouraged to participate in the challenge, click here for details. Sharee Rosqvist is a firefighter and paramedic who has been with the West Jordan Fire Department for 13 years. She is among those who volunteered for the challenge, and she said it has helped her and her crew eat […]

  • 09-26-uta-trax

    UTA extends weekend TRAX service for LDS Conference

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Transit Authority is offering additional service on its light-rail TRAX line Saturday and Sunday to help accommodate people who wish to travel to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ General Conference sessions. Saturday, April 5 In addition to the regularly scheduled trains, extra trains will depart from the Draper Town Center Station at 8:19 a.m., 8:39 a.m., 12:19 p.m., 12:39 p.m., 4:19 p.m., and 4:39 p.m. Extra Blue Line trains will run […]

  • High pollen count in Utah

    Utahns with allergies are starting to feel the effects of spring. FOX 13′s Kelly Chapman decided to find out what pollen is peaking this time of year, and how you can control your allergies. Data indicates that Utah has a high amount of tree pollen currently, and doctors said this is an early start to allergy season. Watch her full report in the clip above.  

  • Free screenings at Women’s Health Fair and Clinic

    PROVO, Utah — In an effort to fight cancer and heart disease, the Utah County Health Department is offering free and low-cost screenings to women. The Garden of Hope Women’s Health Fair and Clinic is offering free breast exams and pap smears by appointment to women between the ages 40 to 64. Other services that don’t require an appointment include bone mass screening, vision screening, hearing check, skin cancer checks, body mass index checks, IMT scan of carotid artery, and information […]

  • Attorney General Sean Reyes sworn in

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes was sworn in Monday afternoon. Reyes took the oath of office shortly before 3 p.m. The ceremony was preceded by speeches from Governor Gary Herbert and Reyes. Herbert said Reyes will open a new chapter that will restore public trust and confidence in the Attorney General’s Office. “I respect tremendously what this office stands for and what it has stood for in the past,” Reyes said during his speech. Utah Gov. […]

  • smog

    DEQ issues mandatory action day Monday

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Environmental Quality issued a mandatory action day Monday. According to the DEQ, today’s air is unhealthy for sensitive groups. They said elderly people and people with existing heart or lung disease should stay inside and reduce physical activity. The mandatory action day means citizens cannot use wood burning stoves unless it’s their only source of heat. The DEQ also advises residents to drive less and use public transportation. To check today’s air […]

  • Officials seek caretakers for feral cat colonies in Salt Lake County

    SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake County Animal Services and Best Friends Animal Sanctuary are looking for caretakers and locations to keep free roaming feral cats. The wild cats have fewer options when it comes to finding a caretaker, as they are not a typical house cat. Sandy Nelson is the marketing and communications coordinator with Salt Lake County Animal Services, and she said the feral cats can be a boon to the neighborhoods they reside in. “They will help […]

  • Shoppers head to the mall on Black Friday

    FOX 13′s Kelly Chapman visited the South Towne Center in Sandy on Black Friday to see how shoppers fared. Watch her report in the clip above.

  • Carving workshop turns soap into art

    SALT LAKE CITY – Hand carved soap may not be the first thing to spring to mind when most people think about art, but the hygiene product can also be an art form. The City Creek West Elm store hosted a workshop last week for people who want to learn how to carve soap into flowers. Artist Subin Doenges said there is a learning curve when it comes to carving soap. “I’m doing the basics,” Doenges said. “You know, like […]

  • New animal at Hogle Zoo part of plan to save the species

    SALT LAKE CITY – The Hogle Zoo has a new addition, and the Amur leopard they’ve taken in is an important part of a breeding plan for the endangered species. The 14-month-old animal is named Dimitri, and he came to Salt Lake City from the zoo in Minnesota where he was born. Erica Hansen is the community relations coordinator at Hogle Zoo, and she said Dimitri is adjusting to his new home. “You know, he’s adjusted really well,” she said. […]

  • Utahns join 300 cities nationwide in Million March Against Child Abuse

    SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake City is one of 300 cities nationwide taking part in the Million March Against Child Abuse on Monday. Anissa Martinez and Lucinda Martin have a passion for standing up for children and standing against abuse. They say they first got involved with advocacy against child abuse when 4-year-old Ethan Stacy was allegedly abused by his mother and stepfather until he died in May 2010. Now they spearhead advocacy events and are working to combat […]

  • shakeout

    Hundreds of thousands participate in Great Utah Shakeout

    SALT LAKE CITY – Hundreds of thousands of Utahns dropped and took cover on Wednesday morning as part of the second annual Great Utah Shakeout. Just over 840,000 people statewide registered to participate in the drill, including residents within their own homes, schools, businesses and hundreds of employees at the Utah State Capitol. The shakeout was started by the Utah Division of Emergency Management last year  to give Utahns a chance to practice for a large earthquake hitting. “You never know […]