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Meredith joined Fox 13 News in January 2012 as a web producer. Previous she has worked with Pew Charitable Trusts Environmental Group, USA Today and Aol News. Meredith studied photojournalism at Syracuse University and received a master's degree in interactive journalism from American University.

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    Police release photos of robbery suspect sporting false ponytail, seek public’s help

    ROY, Utah — Police are asking for help locating a male suspect who robbed a bank located inside a grocery store Saturday while wearing a hat with a false ponytail attached. The suspect entered the American First Credit Union located within the Harmon’s grocery store at 5370 South 1900 West at approximately 9:20 a.m. Police said he told the teller: “I’m here to rob you. I’m serious.” According to a press release from the Roy City Police Department, the man […]

  • Man injured in shooting at WVC McDonald’s

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — A man was shot at a West Valley City McDonald’s early Saturday morning. Investigators say witnesses called in about multiple shots fired in the area. However, the victim had already been taken to the Jordan Valley Medical Center. The shooting occurred in a McDonald’s parking lot near 3400 West and 3500 South. The victim told police he was shot by an unknown suspect from inside a black car at approximately 3 a.m. Detectives said they […]

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    Authorities identify woman’s body found near Bridal Veil Falls, said died after fall

    UTAH COUNTY, Utah – Authorities have identified the woman found dead at Bridal Veil Falls as 39-year-old Camille Stepan of North Salt Lake. Utah County Sheriff’s deputies she died from injuries she got after falling “from a significant height.” Deputies said her body was found at the base of Bridal Veil Falls in Provo Canyon Tuesday. Police got a call from a man who said he thought he found a coat while hiking Tuesday afternoon. When the hiker got closer, he […]

  • Former A.G. staffer says context important when viewing body cam video

    Police released video from a Salt Lake City police officer’s boy camera from the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Dillon Taylor in August. On Tuesday, Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill said the officer was justified in shooting Taylor. Ken Wallentine, former chief law enforcement for the Utah Attorney General, spoke about body camera footage on Live at Four. “This, frankly, is not a hard case,” Wallentine said. He said the video needs to be viewed within the context of […]

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    Photos: Storm takes down trees, power lines as it blows through Salt Lake Valley

    The storms took down trees and power lines Tuesday night and more storms are predicted Wednesday. The entire state is under a flash flood watch. Not near a TV or your computer? Download our free Fox 13 Now app to stay ahead of storms moving in. iPhone and iPad: Click here to download  Android: Click here to download Visit Rocky Mountain Power, for the latest information on power outages.  

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    Provo man charged with aggravated sexual abuse of a child

    A Provo man is accused of inappropriately touching a 6-year-old girl. Michael Eugene Adams, 22, is charged with one count of aggravated sexual abuse of a child and one count of dealing in materials harmful to a minor. Police said the girl told them that over the summer, Adams showed her inappropriate pictures while they were alone in a bedroom. Adams was booked into the Weber County Jail.

  • Hildale public school reopens after more than a decade

    HILDALE, Utah – Students in Hildale are going back to school, some for the first time in over a decade. The Washington County School District reopened the town’s public school this year. It’s called the Water Canyon School. Community members say hey hope the school will repair some of the isolation they’ve felt from members of the FLDS church.. Formerly Phelps elementary, the public school shut down in 200 after a revelation from FLDS leader Warren Jeffs resulted in almost […]

  • SLC officials work with businesses to build home for homeless

    SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City is working with local businesses to build a home near Pioneer Park for the homeless. “We are committed to find housing for our most chronic brothers and sisters who are in that situation where they need a roof over their head,” said Scott Howell, Pioneer Park Coalition. “Let me just tell you we are committed to that and we are going to continue to work until we can find a solution.” At a […]

  • UDOT develops app to encourage kids to walk to school

    HOLLADAY, Utah — The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) developed a new app to try to get more kids walking to school. Some parents in Holladay have been using the ‘Walking School Bus’ app. “Over the last 25 years, we’ve seen a decrease in the number of kids walking and biking to school by about 65 percent. That`s a big deal,” said Cherissa Wood, UDOT School and Pedestrian Safety Manager. UDOT came up with the idea for the Walking School […]

  • Jets refurbished in Utah bound for service in Indonesia

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – The first three refurbished F-16s departed Hill Air Force Base this week on their way to Indonesia. Crews combined for a total of 15,000 man hours as they worked to prepare the jets to fly again rather than be discarded. Maj. Frank Taravella, chief, shoutheast Asia Branch U.S. Air Force International Affairs, spoke about the work. “These aircraft were delivered in crates from the bone yard in Arizona,” he said. “They had to be […]

  • Study: Traffic on 400 S. down nearly 10,000 cars a day thanks to TRAX

    SALT LAKE CITY — A new study shows traffic congestion along 400 South leading to and from the University of Utah could have been much worse if not for the TRAX line. “It’s a pretty remarkable success story,” said Reid Ewing, a University of Utah professor of city and metropolitan planning. The recent University of Utah study looked at traffic along 400 South before, during and after the TRAX line opened in the early 2000s. They found a decline of […]

  • Historic B-29 Superfortress comes to Utah, tours available through Sunday

    SALT LAKE CITY – A historic aircraft is taking to the skies over Salt Lake City and giving Utahns a unique chance to experience a piece of World War II history. The B-29 Superfortress bomber is known as “Fifi”, and the Utah wing of the Commemorative Air Force was in Salt Lake City and Provo this week to showcase the aircraft. The iconic plane first flew in 1942, and it is best known for flying missions over Japan during WWII. […]


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