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.

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    Burglary at convenience store latest in spree of similar crimes in Salt Lake County

    DRAPER, Utah – Another recent burglary in Draper may be related to several similar crimes that have occurred around the Salt Lake Valley. The ProStop convenience store near 11300 South Bangerter Highway was burglarized Sunday night, and the suspects smashed their way inside before emptying an ATM. Within about a minute they get what they are after, the cash contents of the machine. And despite an alarm being tripped, they were gone before police arrived. “They act like a well-oiled […]

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    Officials break ground on aerospace research facility at Hill Air Force Base

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah — A new 75,000 square-foot Falcon Hill aerospace research facility is going up at Hill Air Force Base. The project is already providing construction jobs for the crews working on it, and in the future it will provide even more employment opportunities in the high-tech field of aerospace and defense research. “This is an example of significant cooperation over the last nine years,” Utah Gov. Gary Herbert said. “When Falcon Hill was developed as a […]

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    Suspects caught on camera in series of burglaries in Draper

    DRAPER, Utah – Detectives in Draper believe a burglary at a vapor shop is just the latest in a series of five crimes in recent days that may be connected. Security cameras captured footage of the suspects at work in several alleged burglaries, which included Draper Vapor, a bridal shop, an NYPD Pizza, Boondocks Amusement Center, and a business at the Ridge Complex. In each case there are two to three suspects, and they gain entry by using large pry-bars […]

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    Former rivals meet on the football field to help the Salt Lake community

    SALT LAKE CITY – This is now the sixth year in a row Glendale and Rose Park have come together on the football field for the Thanksgiving Day Turkey Bowl. Many of athletes played high school, college and, in some cases, NFL football. The competition is fierce yet friendly; the goal is to come together as a community in a positive way. Because in the past, differences and disputes between members of these communities were settled on the street with bloodshed. Organizers […]

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    Dash camera video shows Utah Highway Patrol’s dangerous weekend

    The Utah Highway Patrol is releasing video and photos showing the dangerous weekend troopers had on the roadways. Davis County Early Sunday morning a driver was going the wrong way on I-15 in Davis County. A trooper spotted the driver, caught up to him and clipped the suspect’s car, causing it to spin out and stop, keeping the suspect from endangering other drivers. No one was injured and the driver, Devin M. Pugh, was arrested for driving under the influence. […]

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    First snowstorm of season causes few issues on Utah roads

    SALT LAKE CITY – It was a big sigh of relief from Utah Highway Patrol Troopers Thursday as the small amount of snow that hit the valley overnight meant a low number of weather-related traffic incidents. In all, less than two dozen accidents were reported by troopers between midnight and 9 a.m. Thursday Most of those, 16, occurred in the Salt Lake Valley, while a half-dozen happened in Utah County. And even though most of the snow didn’t stick to […]

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    UDOT prepping to keep roads clear as first winter storm of season approaches

    SALT LAKE CITY — Snow may be on the way for Wednesday night and Thursday morning, and the Utah Department of Transportation is making sure they are ready for winter on Utah roadways. A small army of UDOT workers with an armada of heavy equipment have been preparing nonstop to meet the challenge of this season’s first winter-like storm. They’ve had a little extra time to get ready this fall due to our unusually warm November, but the snow is […]

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    Salt Lake County voters face long lines after mail-in numbers fall short of expectations

    SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah — Political experts, locally and nationally, are already trying to sort out what happens next in regards to candidates who were elected into or out of office Tuesday. But here in Utah, those who oversee the actual election are beginning the process of determining why some polling places had unusually long lines Tuesday, particularly in Salt Lake County. At Hunter Library in West Valley City, many voters told Fox 13 News they waited in line for […]

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    Concerning rise in Utah homicides has authorities searching for answers

    SALT LAKE CITY – A rise in homicides throughout Utah has police concerned. Now the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office is working with law enforcement do something about it. DA representatives from each of Utah’s 29 counties met to determine the best way to combat the significant rise in the number of homicides in the state. In 2011, District Attorney Sim Gill formed a Homicide Task Force which designates specific prosecutors to work closely with detectives investigating murder cases. […]

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    Orem couple’s home burglarized by relatives while at funeral

    OREM, Utah – It’s a double punch in the gut for the victims. An 85-year-old Orem man and his wife were at a funeral Saturday when their home was broken into and burglarized. It didn’t take long for police to solve the crime and for the victims to realize one of the suspects was related to them. Officers said 18-year-old Jacqueline Glass and her boyfriend, 19-year-old Dylon Chandler, were busted after cops say they found the pair had several items taken from the […]

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    Aqueduct project to close portion of Bangerter Highway starting Friday night

    SALT LAKE COUNTY — Bangerter Highway will close in both directions from 4700 South to 5400 South Friday night through Monday morning, and drivers are encouraged to plan ahead and seek alternate routes. Utah Department of Transportation crews will be working to relocate a 66-inch water main that is part of the Jordan Valley Aqueduct, which services nearly 600,000 people in Salt Lake County. The closure will begin Friday, October 28, at 9 p.m. and crews hope to have the road […]

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    Kearns man accused of shooting at mom wanted

    KEARNS, Utah — The Unified Police Department is asking for the public’s help finding a Kearns man after he allegedly fired shots at his mother Wednesday. Police said the suspect got into an argument with his mom about money at about 2:30 p.m. at 4890 S. 4135 W. That’s when 24-year-old Skyler Brady pulled out a large handgun and fired shots at his mother but missed and hit a TV, authorities said. Lt. Brian Lochrke with the Unified Police Department […]