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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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    Supporters of child abuse prevention walk to raise awareness

    TAYLORSVILLE – As part of Child Abuse Prevention Month, some Utahns took strollers to the streets Saturday to raise awareness of child abuse prevention. There are thousands of victims of child abuse in Utah every year, so the Family Support Center held a Stroll-a-thon on Saturday to show support against child abuse. Some held blue balloons and others pushed strollers through Taylorsville.

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    Be aware of hazardous materials while spring cleaning

    With many Utahns getting ready for spring cleaning, officials are warning homeowners to be aware of some household items that can’t be thrown away. Items like old paint, oil, petroleum products, fluorescent light bulbs and prescriptions could mean big problems for the environment if not properly disposed of. “Things you really don’t want to throw in your dumpster,” said Lance Madigan, Utah Co. Health Dept. “Most of this stuff just can’t go into the landfill. We don’t want to get this stuff […]

  • Utah dentists brighten the smiles of Indian children


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    Teen gets rare double transplant

    Primary Children’s Medical Center made history while saving the life of a 13-year-old boy who wasn’t guaranteed to make it to his teen years. Ethan Skacy had a genetic defect that made it difficult for his body to get rid of fatty particles in his bloodstream. Skacy’s liver couldn’t handle the defect and eventually destroyed his heart. “Chest pain with exertion, he was feeling very short of breath and he was getting increased fluids,” said Dr. Kimberly Molina, a pediatric cardiologist. […]

  • Volunteer dentists ‘Give Kids a Smile’


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    Utahns enjoy City Creek Center’s outdoor space

    Stores at the new City Creek Center are closed, but that hasn’t stopped Utahns from visiting the grounds of the mall. Two major restaurants–The Cheesecake Factory and Texas de Brazil–are the only businesses open on Sundays. But even though visitors can’t hit the shops, they can walk around the grounds of the outdoor mall; the public outdoor spaces are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Mall rules still apply: dogs must remain on leashes; no bikes, roller blades or […]

  • Layton students have fun reading with Road to Success

    Students and parents at Ellison Park Elementary came to school early this week to read their favorite books together as part of the Road to Success program. Students who’ve read consistently for the past seven weeks got to pick out a book. The program hopes to get kids interested in reading. “And it we can get parents to read with their children after school at home at night, it makes our job a lot easier as teachers,” said Charles Johnson, […]

  • Thousands attend City Creek Center’s grand opening

    SALT LAKE CITY–City Creek Center is officially open for business. Planners of the project had the goal to re-energize the downtown area of Salt Lake City.  They say the center is world-class shopping center that captures the beauty of Utah. Many leaders and community members attended the ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday morning. In his speech, Gov. Gary Herbert talked about City Creek Center being the largest mixed use development in the country, except the Ground Zero project. “I’ve had […]

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    City Creek Center keeps kids in mind with playpark

    Opening in four days, City Creek Center has the premiere shopping adults will enjoy, but they didn’t forget the younger visitors. Inside the shopping center’s food court sits a dinosaur-themed playpark. “Utah has a rich heritage in dinosaurs,” said Linda Wardell, General Manager for City Creek Center. Kids can play in the unique playpark while parents enjoy a break or snack. “We certainly hope moms and dads are going to look forward to relaxing here a little bit and really […]

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    Utahns celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

    Utahns celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a grand parade at the Gateway in downtown Salt Lake City on Saturday morning. Thousands of people lined the streets of the Gateway for the 34th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The Hibernian Society of Utah put on Saturday’s parade to celebrate Irish culture.

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    13-year-old girl is an extreme martial artist

    13-year-old Gabby Braun started doing martial arts at the age of 3. She worked her way through the levels quickly and as she got better, her interest grew. Braun discovered extreme martial arts at a convention in 2010, but in her town of Spanish Fork, extreme martial art coaches are uncommon, so Braun took to the Internet for virtual training. She usually practices two or three hours a day, six days a week. Her hard work has paid off; she […]

  • Real Women Run conference encourages women to get involved in politics

    Real Women Run conference encourages women to get involved in politics

    The Real Women Run initiative says that Utah women are under-represented in politics. They are working to educate families on the process of getting involved in their political community. The group held their inaugural event, sponsored by The Hinckley Institute and the Salt Lake City chapter of the YWCA, on Saturday in Salt Lake City to help teach and encourage women to run for public office. Former and current elected female officials joined more than 200 participants at the event, […]