Scott has been a part of Fox 13’s ” Utah’s Most Wanted” for more than a decade, covering some of the biggest Utah news events.

After working in Flagstaff, AZ, and Anchorage, AK, Utah has been Scott’s home since 1990. Scott said he feels lucky to be a part of the local community and that he has met “amazing people.”

When he’s not chasing down tips, he enjoys spending as much time as possible with his family and enjoying everything Utah has to offer. Scott is also an “eternal optimist,” which he learned growing up in Buffalo, NY and takes time to root for his “beloved” Bills and Sabres.

Recent Articles
  • Group arrested after fight in West Jordan

    WEST JORDAN, Utah – Police have five suspects in custody after a fight where someone pulled a gun. Officers responded to a call about a fight involving a weapon near 7800 S. and Old Bingham Highway at midnight. Police found a car matching the description with five men and a gun inside. As authorities were taking the men into custody, one ran. “We searched that area for quite a while with some K-9s and were eventually able to find that […]

  • Two-alarm fire at Grantsville ranch destroys building

    GRANTSVILLE, Utah – Firefighters put out a fire at the Big Shot Ranch north of Grantsville Monday morning. Fire crews were first called to the fire at about 4:30 a.m. Since it is a gun range, firefighters were concerned about ammunition exploding as a result of the fire. The other big concern was getting enough water to the scene for firefighters to use. Authorities had to shuttle in about 20,000 gallons to put it out. Firefighters said the building was unoccupied […]

  • Wanted with Scott McKane: Help police solve cases from credit card theft to use of counterfeit bills

    SALT LAKE CITY – They’ve been caught on camera under very suspicious circumstances, and now police want your help tracking them down. In this week’s edition of Wanted with Scott McKane, you can help find suspects in four separate cases. Cottonwood Heights police are looking for a woman they say stole a credit card and used it at a Target store. West Valley Police are also looking a young woman wearing green they say also stole credit cards. Police in […]

  • Treadmill lands on I-15 causing multi-car crash in Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY – Interstate 15 is back open after a crash involving a treadmill and multiple cars. The Utah Highway Patrol said a truck carrying an unrestrained treadmill hit a barrier on the collector ramp at 1700 S., sending the exercise device over the barrier and into traffic on I-15. Troopers said at least eight cars hit the treadmill at about 9 p.m. Monday. The truck hit the left barrier, traveled across the lane and hit the right barrier where it stopped. Officials are investigating why […]

  • Car to blame for Fruit Heights house fire, no one injured

    FRUIT HEIGHTS, Utah – Firefighters said a car is to blame for a fire that damaged a Fruit Heights home early Thursday morning. Residents called firefighters to the house near 593 N. 1400 E. at about 5:20 a.m. when they saw smoke. Fire crews said the fire started in the garage. “It appears it started in the middle car, there were three cars in the garage, in the engine compartment, and then spread throughout the garage, destroying three cars and also […]

  • Police arrest fugitive who hit police car before police chase

    TAYLORSVILLE, Utah – Police arrested a man on Wednesday night after a chase across two Utah cities. Investigators say a West Valley officer spotted Todd Pace, who is in his thirties, in the parking lot of the Embassy Suites Hotel at 11:30 p.m. Tuesday. As officers moved in to make an arrest, police said Pace backed into an officer’s vehicle before leaving the scene. Police chased Pace from West Valley near 3500 S. Market St. to Taylorsville near 5700 S. […]

  • Investigators believe shooting at Taylorsville cemetery is latest battle in ongoing gang war

    TAYLORSVILLE, Utah — A shooting Saturday at a Taylorsville cemetery appears to be the latest incident in a recent, violent cycle of gang murder and retribution. Investigators with the Unified Police Department say the victims, including an 18-year-old who remains hospitalized with a gunshot wound, were apparently visiting the grave of 16-year-old murder victim Alan Hernandez Lopez. Lopez was shot to death the afternoon of February 13, moments after leaving an alternative high school building in South Salt Lake. Last […]

  • UDOT: Do not pass snow plows in a snowstorm; you will lose

    SALT LAKE CITY – You can pass the buck. You can pass the salt. But whatever you do, don’t pass a UDOT plow during a snowstorm. Why? In doing so, you endanger yourself and everyone else on the roads. Last winter UDOT plows were hit 60 times, almost always by impatient drivers trying to pass them. Already this winter, nearly a dozen drivers have crashed into snow plows. That includes a crash last week near the Wyoming border where a semi […]

  • Salt Lake County DA Sim Gill announces run for re-election

    SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah — Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill says he’s ready for another run, announcing his bid for re-election Wednesday. Gill is seeking a third term as Salt Lake County’s top prosecutor, and he said there is still much he wants to accomplish from his position as DA. Gill said he wants criminals held accountable when they commit offenses, but also hopes that those who want to change their lives will have opportunities to do that […]

  • Southwest flight makes emergency landing in SLC after engine fire

    SALT LAKE CITY – A Southwest Airlines flight made an emergency landing at Salt Lake City International Airport Monday morning. Officials said the right engine caught fire shortly after takeoff in Salt Lake City at 6:40 a.m. and the plane immediately returned to the airport. Flight 604 was headed for LAX. No injuries were reported. According to Southwest, the passengers will be moved to a different aircraft to continue the flight to LAX. Southwest Airlines sent Fox 13 News this […]

  • 15-year-old student arrested after threatening gun violence at Wasatch High School

    HEBER CITY, Utah – Police arrested a 15-year-old Wasatch High School student accused of allegedly threatening gun violence at the school on social media. Officers said a 16-year-old student saw the teen’s Snapchat video, in which he held an assault rifle and told students not to come to school. She told her parents about the video and they called police. Wasatch County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Jared Rigby said authorities contacted the student suspect and took him into custody Wednesday night. […]

  • Cottonwood Heights man chases thief who stole his car

    COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah – A man now has to get both of his cars repaired after chasing a thief who stole his vehicle early Friday. Police say the victim heard someone starting his car outside his apartment near Fort Union Blvd. and 1500 E. just before 2 a.m. He ran downstairs, jumped into his second car and started chasing his own vehicle he just watched a thief steal. The victim chased the suspect into Midvale and drove onto eastbound I-215 […]