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
  • promo286862345

    Despite higher costs and greater potential risk, C-sections on the rise in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY — Decades ago, cesarean sections were rarely performed, and often only in the event of an emergency. These days, one in ten babies in Utah are delivered by C-section, and in some states, the rate is twice as high. The procedure is more expensive and the recovery time is longer, but many mothers are still opting for C-sections. Geoffrey, Jonathan and Karenna Stratemeier were delivered via C-section, and they will soon have another little brother. Their mom, Kaitlynn, […]

  • High winds take down trees at 8th S. and 1600 W.

    High winds take down trees in Salt Lake City, winter storm on the way

    SALT LAKE CITY – High winds before the expected winter storm have taken down trees in Salt Lake City near 8th S. and 1600 W. Hey Utah, #ColdFront on the way! Be ready for wind gusts > 60mph, brief heavy snow in mountains. #UTwind #UTwx — NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) February 18, 2016 Wind damage in your area? Show us. Post your videos and pictures here or send to You could see them on TV. 

  • Utahn who climbs with feline companion talks ‘catting’ with local college students

    SALT LAKE CITY – A sociology class at Westminster College focuses on relationships people have with their cats, and, last week, a Park City man who spends a lot of time in the great outdoors climbing with his feline friend was invited to speak to students. Craig Armstrong is the pioneer behind what he calls “catting”, which means taking a cat along for hikes and climbs. “I go climbing a lot, I go on a lot of weekend trips,” he said. “I […]

  • ‘Anything Can Be’ project gives 8-year-old fighting cancer the pro BMX experience

    SALT LAKE CITY — An 8-year-old boy from Bountiful recently took a break from cancer treatments to live out his dream at the Rocky Mountain Raceway alongside the professionals. And Eli Hill wasn’t just riding with BMX professionals–he got the full celebrity experience, as he signed autographs as part of the event. Eli Hill took to the track at Rocky Mountain Raceway, and the young boy said he loves doing tricks on his bike. Another trick in his arsenal is […]

  • Ice Ice Baby

    Video: Kelly channels her inner Vanilla Ice on Good Day Utah

    With Vanilla Ice making headlines this week for an alleged burglary incident, the song of the day Saturday wound up being his hit, “Ice Ice Baby.” Kelly Chapman got caught up in the beat and channeled her inner Vanilla Ice, see the short video above for her rap moves.

  • Image courtesy University of Utah.

    Photo Gallery: Motion-activated cameras in Red Butte Canyon capture variety of wildlife

    RED BUTTE CANYON, Utah – Utah is home to a diversity of wildlife, and the installation of cameras at an outdoor area has allowed university professors and students to capture excellent images of coyotes, cougars, black bears and more. Students studying biology at the University of Utah are part of a project that has installed motion-activated cameras in strategic places in the Research Natural Area of Red Butte Canyon. Cagan Sekercioglu A professor of biology at the U of U, […]

  • Health department data indicates an increase in out-of-hospital births in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY – A new study conducted by the Utah Department of Health indicates out-of-hospital births are an increasing trend in Utah. Heather Johnston is a licensed direct-entry midwife, and she spoke about the trend toward more births taking place outside of the hospital. “It very much draws upon physiologic care, understanding that the birth process is a normal process, the intervention should only be as called for, and to allow the woman to be the director of her […]

  • UVU ‘SMART Lab’ brings technology to marketing

    OREM, Utah — The ” Sales and Marketing Applied Research Tech Lab” at the Utah Valley University School of Business is also known as the SMART Lab, and it is a big part of the marketing department at the school. The purpose of the lab is to train students and help local businesses with the most advanced marketing techniques and technologies. “Marketing used to be about, just create a piece of communication and send it out there and hope it […]

  • SLC organization assists Liberian children in wake of Ebola outbreak

    Kelly Chapman talks with Karen Mathot from Lifting Liberia about the Ebola crisis in Liberia. For years the organization has provided education opportunities to the children in the country. Mathot has made several trips in the past but now goes to help the children in the wake of the Ebola outbreak. Mathot said she brings medical supplies, food, clothing and shoes to the children. More information on how to help can be found at

  • Video: Kelly and John tackle Ice Bucket Challenge

    The ALS Association is on a mission to treat and cure ALS through global research and advocacy, and the Ice Bucket Challenge is one tool being used in the fight against ALS. Participants are given the ice bucket treatment and then extend the challenge to others, who are encouraged to donate to the fight against ALS and/or take the challenge themselves within 24 hours. FOX 13’s John Goulet and Kelly Chapman accepted the challenge this weekend, see the video above […]

  • Experts discuss impact of rain fall on state water levels

    SALT LAKE CITY – Portions of Utah have experienced flooding recently due to heavy rain fall, but officials said these heavy rains don’t contribute much to the state’s overall water levels. Randy Julander, Snow Survey Supervisor for Natural Resources Conservation Service Utah, said the summer months don’t add much to the overall water picture. “For the entire summer season–three months–July, August, September, normally you are only going to get a percent of the, one percent of the annual total spring […]

  • Video: Hundreds climb fence to crash sold-out Wu-Tang Clan show in SLC

    SALT LAKE CITY – Thousands of hip hop fans turned out to watch Wu-Tang Clan at Thursday night’s Twilight Concert, but only some of those who took in the show paid to see it. The concert was held at Pioneer Park as part of the annual Twilight Concert Series, and the large chain link fence surrounding the venue was not enough to keep everyone out of the sold-out concert. Video shot at the show people climbing over the fence to […]


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 3,512 other followers