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Mark is a nomad at heart, having moved more than 20 times in 26 years. Before becoming a Web Content Producer at Fox 13, Mark worked as a writer on Senator Orrin Hatch’s reelection campaign, a surgical assistant, a legal aide, a door-to-door sales rep and the fastest hands a movie theater’s concession stand had ever seen.


Recent Articles
  • Man faces kidnapping charges after fleeing from police with passengers in car

    TAYLORSVILLE, Utah — A wanted man was arrested after a police chase in Taylorsville Friday and he now faces charges that include kidnapping. According to a statement of probable cause, Charles Ray Armstrong was spotted driving a stolen vehicle Friday just before midnight in the area of 1700 South and Redwood Road. Police began pursuit and deployed spikes to try to stop the suspect vehicle. The chase ultimately ended near Salt Lake Community College when the suspect drove to a […]

  • Authorities identify man killed in crash on I-15 near Nephi

    NEPHI, Utah — A man from Michigan was killed near Nephi Saturday morning after troopers say a car rear-ended a semi-trailer on I-15. Sunday police identified the deceased as Tyler J. Hinken of Burr Oak, Michigan. According to the Utah Highway Patrol, the crash occurred around 6:27 a.m. on northbound I-15 near mile marker 214 south of Nephi. Troopers say a Camaro rear-ended a semi traveling in the right lane, and the Camaro became lodged beneath the rear of the […]

  • Former BYU football player Harvey Langi hospitalized after car accident in Massachusetts

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Harvey Langi, a linebacker for the New England Patriots who previously played for BYU and the University of Utah, was injured Friday night in a car crash. The New England Patriots issued a statement Saturday saying Langi and a passenger were injured when a vehicle rear-ended them while they were stopped at a traffic light. The statement reads: “We are aware of the traffic accident involving Harvey Langi and a passenger last night in Foxborough. The two […]

  • Video shows woman robbing man as he suffers seizure in Midvale 7-Eleven

    SALT LAKE COUNTY -- Police have released video of a woman committing what they called an "unimaginable" crime in the hope the public can help them identify her.

  • Man killed in single-vehicle crash west of Logan

    CACHE COUNTY, Utah — A man was killed in a single-vehicle crash on State Route 30 west of Logan early Thursday morning. Police identified the deceased Friday as 44-year-old Kent M. Batty of Nibley. According to the Utah Highway Patrol, the fatal crash occurred around 12:40 a.m. Thursday on State Route 30 near mile post 103 as a gold 2000 Ford pickup truck was traveling eastbound. The truck left the road to the right and the driver over-corrected to the […]

  • Six juveniles in custody after armed robbery in Salt Lake City park

    SALT LAKE CITY – Six teenage boys are in police custody Thursday in connection with an armed robbery in a Salt Lake City park. Police say the victims report they were approached by six juveniles around 3:30 p.m. at Jordan Park, near 1000 South and 900 West. Sgt. Brandon Shearer of the Salt Lake City Police Department said the suspects, who range in ages from 15 to 17 years old, robbed the victims at gunpoint and then left the scene. […]

  • Suspect in fraud case hits pedestrian while fleeing from police

    SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah — One person is in custody after a suspect fleeing from police crashed into a pedestrian and another vehicle Thursday. Sgt. Ryan Shosted of the Cottonwood Heights Police Department said two people were suspected of committing fraud at a Wells Fargo bank at 1985 East Fort Union Boulevard. Police responded, and a suspect used a truck to ram a police car before fleeing the scene. A chase ensued but police decided to terminate the pursuit. A […]

  • NAACP responds to renaming of Utah’s Negro Bill Canyon

    MOAB, Utah — The NAACP in Salt Lake City responded Thursday after the U.S. Board of Geographic Names voted to rename Negro Bill Canyon. The recreation area northeast of Moab will now be known as Grandstaff Canyon. The name will be updated in the BGN’s official database and the Geographic Names Information System within the next few days. An email from the BGN states the name change was passed with 12 votes for, 0 against and one abstention. Jeanetta Williams, […]

  • Brigham City Police seek help finding missing, endangered man

    BRIGHAM CITY, Utah — Police in Brigham City are asking the public for help as they try to locate a missing man who suffers from dementia. Police say 89-year-old Floyd Kling left home Wednesday around 6 p.m. driving a red 2012 Chevy Silverado with Utah license plate F268G. The man has not made contact with his family since leaving, and police say Kling suffers from dementia and may have become lost or disoriented. Anyone who sees the man or his […]

  • Human remains found in Millcreek Canyon identified as man missing since December 2016

    MILLCREEK CANYON, Utah — Police have positively identified human remains found in Millcreek Canyon as a man who was reported missing in December of 2016. Hikers found the remains October 5, and authorities recovered the remains the next day. Wednesday, police positively identified the deceased as 24-year-old Blake Richardson. Police initially suspected the remains were that of Richardson but did not make formal identification until this week. Richardson was reported missing in December of 2016. The man was last seen […]

  • Crews extinguish small fire in unused portion of American Fork Hospital

    UTAH COUNT — Fire crews extinguished a small blaze at American Fork Hospital Wednesday after a fire broke out in a ceiling fan in an unused portion of the facility. American Fork Hospital is located at 170 North 1100 East in American Fork, and Fox 13 News first heard report of the fire around 2:30 p.m. Janet Frank, a hospital spokesperson, said a fire ignited in a ceiling fan in a bathroom in one of the unused rooms. Frank said […]

  • ‘We want sauce’: McDonald’s ‘Rick and Morty’ promotion fails to anticipate demand

    SALT LAKE CITY — McDonald’s efforts to earn some goodwill and business from fans of the show “Rick and Morty” backfired this weekend after a limited edition run of Szechuan sauce was not nearly enough to meet demand. The sauce was first released as a promotional item years ago for the release of Disney’s “Mulan” but more recently became the focus of Internet buzz after an episode of the show featured Rick’s longing for the discontinued condiment. So when McDonald’s […]