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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.

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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, […]

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    Improved Provo River Trail reopens

    PROVO – The Provo River Trail opened Saturday after being closed for nearly two years while improvements were made. As part of the I-15 CORE project, a portion of the trail was closed to reconstruct a bridge that goes over the top of the Provo River. The trail now boasts 24-hour lighting and smooth concrete walkways. “Now you will see a clearly defined path there with a protective wall that separates you from the river,” said Todd Jensen, I-15 CORE Project […]

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    High-tech vending machine offers variety of a convenience store

    TAYORSVILLE — A high-tech vending machine at a Taylorsville apartment complex is making a trip to the grocery store a thing of the past. The Shop24 automated convenience store at Fairstone Apartments holds about 220 items, from batteries and hygiene items to bread and milk, all available right at the complex 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with prices comparable to convenience stores. The machines have their roots in Europe and a few have made their way to […]

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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 […]

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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. […]


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