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
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    Fireworks season starts Sunday

    SANDY, Utah – Sunday marks the first day of fireworks season in Utah. With extreme fire danger across the state, igniting fireworks is illegal in much of the state. Matt Shadle, who sells fireworks on the corner of 9000 South and State Street, says sales are down this year. He attributes it to the fire danger and that many people think igniting fireworks is actually illegal this year. “I think they’re all pretty down, not selling as many. A lot of […]

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    Woman ignores fire evacuation order to gather items from home

    HERRIMAN – Evacuations for the Rosecrest Fire in Herriman were ordered while some residents were still at work. Some who were unable to drive home to gather their family treasures decided to run instead. More than 900 homes were evacuated Friday afternoon shortly after a fire broke out in The Cove subdivision of Herriman. Gary and Lindsey Eggett own one of those homes. Neither was home when evacuation orders were put in place. Both tried to make it back to […]

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    Officials urge precaution when igniting fireworks

    SALT LAKE CITY – Saturday marked the official opening for firework sales in Utah, but state officials are warning residents to take precautions in dangerous conditions. Thousands of acres have already burned in Utah this year because of human-caused wildfires, and hot, dry conditions are combining for very high fire dangers. “I think it’s going to be a record fire season for the state of Utah,” said Bob Fitzgerald, West Valley City Fire Marshal. “Even a simple and small fire can […]

  • A flank of the Dump Fire is flaring up (from Ben Winslow)

    Evacuated residents preparing to return to homes

    SARATOGA SPRINGS – More than 1,100 homes were under mandatory evacuation Saturday afternoon because of the 6,000-acre Dump Fire. Thousands of residents were forced from their homes more than 24 hours ago. Many found a place to stay with families or friends, some found refuge at Westlake High School, where the American Red Cross set up a center help the stranded evacuees. “We’ve had agencies come in with homemade blankets to give them more of the home feeling and remove […]

  • New intersection opens at Bangerter Hwy and 7800 S

    WEST JORDAN – A new overpass in West Jordan is easing traffic congestion and pioneering a change to Bangerter Highway. The intersection of 7800 South and Bangerter Highway in West Jordan has been congested for years with a major retail center and residential areas nearby. “The future growth projections that are expected out here on the west side of the valley are calling for interchanges along Bangerter Highway from 7800 South all the way down to I-15, said Adan Carrillo, UDOT […]

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    20th Downtown Farmers Market opens for business

    SALT LAKE CITY – The 20th annual Downtown Farmers Marker opened for the season in Pioneer Park on Saturday morning. Thousands of visitors will flock to Pioneer Park every Saturday through October to buy fruits, veggies and other items from local vendors. “It’s a great place to buy local produce. It’s a great place to kind of get to know what’s in the area,” said Ashley Fricker, who shopped at the market on Saturday. When the market first opened two […]

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    Group uses Pride Festival as platform for anti-bullying campaign

    SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Pride Festival is a celebration of the LGBTQ community, and some participants used the festival as a platform to fight bullying, an issue close to the heart of many members within the community. Kathy Godwin, co-president for the Salt Lake City chapter of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, says nine out of ten kids who describe themselves as LGBTQ are bullied. “We have a large percentage of students who drop out […]

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    Community leaders get trained in Fire Ops 101

    WEST VALLEY CITY – Dozens of community leaders traded in their suits and high heels for water hoses at Fire Ops 101 in West Valley City. The course allows well-known members of our community – mayors, city council members and state lawmakers – to get a hands-on glimpse of what firefighters do on a day-to-day basis. “We provide an opportunity for local elected officials – whether they be legislators, city council, mayors and those kind – to mingle with the fire […]

  • Participants ‘Rise to the Challenge’ at airshow

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE – Rainy weather postponed the Warriors Over the Wasatch airshow presented by Hill Air Force Base, but Utahns still got to experience a little of what the Air National Guard does for their community and for the nation. Participants in the Rise to the Challenge tour got an opportunity to take a medical challege, a reconnaissance challenge and a refueling challenge, plus games and a video booth where personalized messages can be sent to the men and […]

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    Pups compete in Beehive Cluster Dog Show

    SOUTH JORDAN – Top dogs from around the country headed to South Jordan to compete in the Beehive Cluster Dog Show put on by the Internmountain Kennel Club. Dog owners and trainers work year-round in hopes of getting the top prize. Judges look for dogs that closest meet the standards set by the American Kennel Club. More than 1,500 dogs participated in this weekend’s show.

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    CH residents prepare for new park opening

    COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS – A new park in Cottonwood Heights is two weeks from opening and some residents got a sneak peek Saturday while helping spruce up the landscape. Mountview Park sits on 11 acres at Fort Union Blvd. and 1620 East on what was once the site of a school. When the school was torn down eight years ago, leaving a large plot of open land in a built-up area, the city went to the Canyons School District with an […]

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    Swamp coolers are cheaper, more eco-friendly

    With temperatures warming up, Rocky Mountain Power is encouraging residents to consider swamp coolers instead of air conditioning. RMP says swamp coolers are both cheaper and better for the environment. “In Utah, the cost of cooling your home accounts for about thirty percent of the average customers electricity bill,” said Jeff Hymas with Rocky Mountain Power. Hymas says evaporated cooling systems, also known as swamp coolers, can use as much as 75 percent less electricity than central air conditioning systems, […]