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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
  • Ogden man pleads guilty to torturing, killing girlfriend’s baby

    OGDEN, Utah – An Ogden man accused of killing his girlfriend’s baby has pleaded guilty Wednesday. Adam Barney is facing charges for child abuse homicide in the death of a 14-month-old girl. Officials said Barney tortured, beat and squeezed Kenzie Rose before she died last August in an Ogden motel room. Police said Barney had been living there with Kenzie’s mother and her two young sons, watching them while she was at work. One day Kenzie wouldn’t wake up and […]

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    Suspect arrested after stealing company’s truck, leading police on high-speed chase

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – A man is in police custody after leading officers on a high-speed chase on wet West Valley City roads.  Officials said the suspect was in a truck with business logos on the sides. West Valley City Police said they first spotted 32-year-old Mikaele Afu driving the stolen truck near 2700 S. and Redwood Rd. just before 11 p.m. Tuesday. Officers tried to pull over Afu but he wouldn’t stop. Police had to stop the chase […]

  • Emergency crews searching for missing fisherman in Willard Bay

    WILLARD, Utah – Search and rescue teams are looking for a man who has been missing since Sunday. The man’s family reported him missing at about 8:30 p.m. after they said he went fishing that morning and never came home. Utah State Park officials and Box Elder County sent out boats and Life Flight is helping in the search. Crews have found the boat that belongs to the man but haven’t been able to find the man. Officials aren’t releasing […]

  • Fire officials urge caution when it comes to agricultural, debris burns

    SALT LAKE CITY — Even though it’s only the first day of spring, Utah fire officials are already worried about this year’s fire season. One of the chief areas of concern are unlicensed agricultural burns, as crews have already responded to several out-of-control fires in northern Utah that started as planned debris or agricultural fires. Fire officials want to remind everyone the open burn season doesn’t start until March 30, and they said even at that point people still need […]

  • Man killed in West Jordan crash identified, suspect arrested for auto homicide

    WEST JORDAN, Utah – West Jordan officials have identified a man killed in an accident on Redwood Road near 8200 South Tuesday morning. William Horner, 73, of West Jordan, was driving his teenaged granddaughter to school when they were hit by a man who ran a red light going north on Redwood Road at 8200 South, according West Jordan police. The Horner family has established a GoFundMe account to raise funds for funeral and medical costs, click here for details. Cole […]

  • Judge rules evidence against teacher accused of sex with students stands

    DAVIS COUNTY, Utah – The former Davis County teacher accused of having sex with students appeared in court Monday; Brianne Altice is facing 14 felony charges.   Those charges stem from three alleged victims, all of then teen boys who were students were Altice taught in Davis County. Altice’s attorney, Ed Brass, tried to get all the evidence against his client stemming from her initial arrest in Oct. 2013 thrown out. Brass argued officers overstepped their bounds and violated Altice’s Miranda rights […]

  • Police investigating after man shot in chest

    SALT LAKE CITY – Authorities are investigating a shooting near 1200 N. Redwood Rd. Friday morning.  Police were called about a person who had been shot in the chest just before 7 a.m. Officers said the victim knocked on a woman’s door at an apartment complex near 1189 N. Redwood Rd. and said he had been shot. The witness said she didn’t know the man. The shooting victim is in serious condition. FOX 13 News’ Scott McKane has more on […]

  • Ogden drone fire

    Drone captures Ogden warehouse fire from the sky

    OGDEN, Utah – Authorities are putting out hot spots after an early morning blaze at an abandoned warehouse in Ogden. Crews were called to the old Ogden cold storage building at about 1:30 a.m. near 300 W. and 24th St. where they found it engulfed in flames. Fire officials are now investigating how the fire started. No one was injured. Check back with Fox 13 for the latest updates. An abandoned building off of 24th is currently on fire. @OgdenFireDept […]

  • Officials warn avalanche danger to remain high into weekend

    SALT LAKE CITY – Officials with the Utah Avalanche Forecast Center say the avalanche that killed 21-year-old Blake Ford in Hell’s Canyon was just one of more than a dozen human-caused snow slides Wednesday. Forecasters say even though there are no new storms on the horizon, the two to three feet of fresh powder we got early in the week, combined with warming temperatures heading into the weekend, means the potential for danger in the back country remains high.

  • Draper water main break

    Draper officials expect to open major road late Wednesday night

    DRAPER, Utah – A water main break in Draper is slowing the commute for drivers Wednesday. “Closed” signs went up in Draper Tuesday evening after a water main break forced several businesses to shut down. #Draper Est. completion time for road damage repair on 12300 So is late tonight (Wednesday). Commuters avoid 12300 So (eastbound). — Draper City (@drapercity) March 4, 2015 “I was just coming to get some tacos, but they’re closed,” Cynthia Talbot said, who was trying to […]

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    Police identify suspect officer shot during Salt Lake City traffic stop

    SALT LAKE CITY – Authorities have identified the suspect in the officer-involved shooting at 29-year-old Salvador Miranda Flores who remains in critical condition. Authorities said the altercation started when officers pulled over a truck near 1160 S. State St. at about 3:30 a.m. Tuesday. Police have not confirmed much information but did shots were fired during the traffic stop and no officers were injured. Officers said two guns were found near Flores after the shooting. Police said a woman, 28-year-old […]

  • Suspect in SLC standoff wanted for aggravated assault. 26-year-old Siaosi Latu. 5'11" & 200 lbs. with mole on right side of his face.

    Update: Armed man was not barricaded in SLC home, police searching for suspect

    Wanted for aggravated assault,Siaosi Latu 26 yrs old 5'11" ht 200lbs with a mole on the right side of his face pic.twitter.com/beMBXI8m0Z — SLC Police Dept. (@slcpd) February 27, 2015 SALT LAKE CITY – The standoff at a Salt Lake City home is over after the SWAT team discovered the man believed to be barricaded inside was not there. Authorities are now searching for 26-year-old Siaosi Latu who is accused of assaulting his mother and grandmother Friday morning. Salt Lake Police […]

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