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
  • Motorcyclist critically injured in crash in South Salt Lake

    SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah — Southbound State Street has reopened near 3750 South after a crash that left a motorcyclist with critical injuries Saturday. Executive Officer Gary Keller of the South Salt Lake Police Department said the crash occurred around 11:39 a.m. near 3750 South State Street. “From what I’m told, the SUV had just made a U-turn and was headed southbound when the motorcycle came up and hit the rear of the SUV,” Keller said. The motorcyclist suffered critical […]

  • Crews battling large hay fire at dairy in Delta

    MILLARD COUNTY, Utah — Crews from several fire agencies are battling a hay fire at Nye Dairy in Delta Sunday. Millard County Sheriff Robert Dekker said the fire began around 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Nye Dairy. The cause of the fire is unknown. Dekker said five haystacks caught fire, and each stack is about 100 yards wide. He said crews from two or three fire agencies have responded, and dairy employees and volunteers from nearby Delta are using equipment to […]

  • South Fork Fire burning on 75 acres in Provo Canyon, blaze 65% contained

    UPDATE: As of Sunday just before 9 p.m., fire officials say the South Fork Fire is 65% contained and there was no fire growth on Sunday. Previous story continues below: PROVO CANYON, Utah — The South Fork Fire in Provo Canyon is burning on an estimated 75 acres and is 25% contained, and fire officials say it was human caused. Fire officials said Sunday that 25% containment was reached Saturday night and crews are working toward full containment Sunday. The […]

  • Police say man stole box of keys, IDs from rental company in Provo Canyon

    PROVO CANYON, Utah — Police in Utah County say a man stole a box containing customers’ keys and IDs from a rental company after he returned to the store without all of the gear he’d rented out. Sgt. Spencer Cannon of the Utah County Sheriff’s Office said the theft occurred at Provo Canyon Outfitters Saturday around 7 p.m. Cannon said a man who had rented gear from the company returned without all of the gear, and he had given the […]

  • Crews battling Trail Mountain Fire send Father’s Day messages home

    EMERY COUNTY, Utah — Nearly 600 personnel are away from their families on Father’s Day as they fight the Trail Mountain Fire in Emery County, but the sheriff’s office is helping them send messages of love to those they left at home. The Emery County Sheriff’s Office stated they wanted to express “gratitude to them for their dedication and hard work”, so they provided posters for firefighters and Great Basin Type 2 Incident Management Team 4 so they could send […]

  • Zion National Park reminds visitors vandalism is not art

    ZION NATIONAL PARK, Utah — The National Park Service is reminding visitors that while it’s human nature to want to leave your mark, doing so in a National Park is vandalism and not art. Zion National Park posted a photo of some recent vandalism on Facebook Sunday, saying they love artistic expression and have a whole program devoted to allowing artists to live and/or work within the park. “But this photo is not an example of that [art],” the park […]

  • Search and rescue responds to ‘possible drowning’ at Newton Dam

    CACHE COUNTY, Utah — Search and rescue crews are responding to “a possible drowning” at Newton Dam Saturday evening. According to the Cache County Sheriff’s Office, deputies and search and rescue personnel are responding to the dam on a possible drowning, but no further details were immediately available. Fox 13 News first heard report of the incident around 7:40 p.m. Authorities say they are in the early stages of the investigation and will provide an update as more information becomes […]

  • Orem Police arrest pair after finding 22 pounds of pot during traffic stop

    OREM, Utah — Two people were booked into jail after police say they located more than 20 pounds of marijuana in a vehicle following a traffic stop. According to statements of probable cause, things began Friday around 6 p.m. with a traffic stop on southbound I-15 in Orem. Police say after they stopped the car for speeding, they approached the vehicle with two people inside and could detect the strong odor of raw marijuana coming from the vehicle. The driver […]

  • Crews extinguish 2-alarm fire in abandoned building in Murray

    MURRAY, Utah — Fire crews extinguished a fire in an abandoned building that went to two alarms Saturday. Fire Chief Jon Harris of the Murray Fire Department said a passerby called 911 around 4:45 p.m. to report a fire in a field next to a building. The fire was in the area of 4300 South Commerce Drive, and the smoke was visible to many drivers on I-15, as shown in the video above. Harris said about 30 firefighters responded and […]

  • Man arrested in Moab in connection with death of St. George woman

    ST. GEORGE, Utah – A man was arrested in Moab Saturday in connection with the death of a woman in St. George earlier this week. According to the St. George Police Department, authorities have been investigating the death of 33-year-old Elizabeth Carter, who was found dead in her apartment near 500 North Bluff Street June 13. Police say the condition of her apartment and other suspicious circumstances prompted them to begin an “all hands on deck” investigation. “A person of […]

  • Layton police say juveniles vandalized 16 vehicles, caused $15K in damage

    LAYTON, Utah — Police say two teens are responsible for about $15,000 worth of damage after they used a slingshot and other means to damage vehicles at two businesses. Lt. Alex Davis with Layton Police said 16 vehicles were damaged, some by a slingshot and others by blows from hands or feet. Surveillance video shows one suspect jumping onto the back of one car and damaging the rear window. The vandalism occurred at Young Kia, 308 Main Street in Layton, […]

  • 10 residents displaced after fire damages two homes in Lehi

    LEHI, Utah — Ten people have been displaced by a fire that damaged two homes in Lehi Saturday morning. According to the Lehi Fire Department, the fire broke out shortly before 3 a.m. in the area of 700 West and 200 South in Lehi. A travel trailer became fully engulfed, and from there the flames spread to two nearby residences. One home is considered a total loss while the other home sustained about $250,000 in damage. Crews extinguished the blaze […]