Elle joined the Fox13 news team in January of 2018.

From reporting and hosting to web and producing, Elle has found herself filling a number of positions around the newsroom.

Most recently, she worked as a morning and noon anchor/producer in Colorado. Prior to her time there she acted as a one-man-band reporter for the PBS affiliate in Phoenix, Arizona.

Before getting into the broadcast side of the industry, Elle wrote for a number of online and print publications.

She received her degree in Journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Arizona State University.


Recent Articles
  • 16-year-old girl killed in Santaquin Canyon hiking accident identified

    SANTAQUIN CANYON, Utah – A 16-year-old girl died in Santaquin Canyon Monday after falling 100 feet down a water chute while hiking with a friend. The girl has been identified as 16-year-old Kaylee Marvin of Santaquin. “Obviously this is a huge loss. A beautiful young lady now has tragically passed away from an unfortunate accident,” said Lt. Tom Hodgson with the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.It seemed like a perfect day for a hike, an activity Lt. Hodgson said Marvin loved […]

  • Elderly woman killed by suspect, suspect killed by police in South Salt Lake standoff

    SOUTH SALT LAKE – An elderly woman was killed and an elderly man was wounded in a standoff that resulted in a suspect being shot and killed by police in South Salt Lake. The incident happened in the area of Stanley Ave and 400 East Sunday morning, officials with the South Salt Lake Police Department said. Police initially responded to an incident where two elderly residents were involved in a hostage situation with an adult male. SWAT responded to the scene. […]

  • Utah veterinarian warns pet owners after dog swept into culvert by fast moving water

    NORTH OGDEN, Utah – A quiet lunchtime hike turned into one Utah dog owner’s worst nightmare after she nearly lost her dog to fast moving water, and now she’s warning other pet owners of the dangers. It’s a walk veterinarian Wynlee Decker and her dog, Tobi, had done a hundred times. But she never imagined one day he would jump in and she would almost lose him to the Pine View canal. “I thought he would be gone in seconds […]

  • Local couple spearheads petition to change Salt Lake City flag

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — One local business owner is using his booth at the weekly Salt Lake City farmers market to spearhead an effort to create a new city flag. “We just want to raise awareness, the first step to changing a flag is creating public discontent,” said Jorrien Peterson, standing in the booth where he sells prints and stickers of his designs. “The flag is the heart of the city, it’s a symbol that can unify, it’s a […]

  • Clinton family concerned after children find and detonate homemade bombs that looked like balls

    CLINTON, Utah — A group of kids in Clinton had a close call with an explosive after a ball they found turned out to be an incendiary device. The Faris family lives on a quiet cul-de-sac near 1300 North and 2600 West in Clinton. It’s a place they’ve always considered clean, quiet and family friendly. So when the kids, 8-year-old Dahlia and 6-year-old Darien told their parents that they found a ball that exploded, they were pretty shocked. “We all […]

  • Wind fuels spread of Trail Mountain Fire in Emery County to 6,000 acres

    HUNTINGTON, Utah — A wildfire in Emery County has now spread to more than 6,000 acres after windy conditions caused fire officials to lose control of a prescribed burn.The Trail Mountain Fire in Emery County has burned more than 6,000 acres in just over a weeks time. The Forest Service said this started out as a prescribed burn that had been in the works for just over a year. The initial burn plan marked 4,000 acres that could be included. […]

  • Police arrest man accused of snapping photos up women’s skirts at City Creek Center

    Update: The Salt Lake City Police Department announced they had arrested the suspect, who is accused of taking inappropriate photos of women at City Creek Center. Our #Outstanding #SVU Detectives were able to locate and interview the suspect from a report of voyeurism from this weekend. Stephen Grogan (41 yrs old) has been booked into the SL County Jail. #SeeSomethingSaySomething — SLC Police Dept. (@slcpd) June 12, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY — A day of shopping turned ugly after one […]

  • Citizen shoots man who broke into apartment in South Salt Lake, police say

    SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah – Waking up to the sound of gunfire, people living at Brick Stone Apartments in South Salt Lake put in an early morning call to 911. “Several residents at an apartment complex off 220 East and 3300 South reported hearing gun shots,” said Sgt. Matt Oehler with South Salt Lake Police. Around the same time (4:30 a.m.), police received a second call from a 35-year-old man. “He did call 911 separately as well, asking for help, […]

  • Family of burglary suspect shot, killed by West Jordan homeowner speaks

    WEST JORDAN, Utah – A Utah mother is in disbelief after her daughter was shot and killed while breaking into a West Jordan family’s garage. “I knew she was going to die for like a week: ‘You’ve got to get some help Makayla. You’ve got to get some help or you’re going to die!” said LeeAnn Yeaman, clinging to a picture of her daughter. A quiet West Jordan neighborhood, turned into a crime scene, and a mother’s worst nightmare. “None […]

  • Rocky Mountain Raceway joins effort to steer youth away from alcohol

    MAGNA, Utah — Rocky Mountain Raceway is using its final season to push for teen drinking prevention with a larger than life representation of alcohol’s effect on a teenager’s brain. In its final season, Rocky Mountain Raceway has partnered with Parents Empowered to promote a visual campaign against underage drinking. “It’s amazing how something so subtle can have such a big impact on us,” said 17-year-old Zachary Christensen, standing in front of a car crashing into a giant brain. With […]

  • Utah family uses dog bite case to fuel fire for state law reform

    SOUTH JORDAN, Utah — A Utah family is facing legal action after their dog bit a contractor who came into their backyard unannounced. Now they’re using their case to fuel the fire for reform to state laws. Titan is a 100-pound Rottweiler and loving family pet. When Taylor Sanford heard his dog had bit someone, he was shocked. “I’ve got a one-year-old little girl and the worst thing he does is kiss her on the face,” Sanford said. In six […]

  • Park City teen becomes first Utahn awarded Evans Scholarship for caddies

    PARK CITY, Utah – A Utah teen is bringing the plot to Caddyshack to life, as the first in the state to receive a full-ride college scholarship for being a golf caddie. “Honestly, it’s one of my favorite feelings,” said Park City High School senior Jack Hanskat while sitting at Park Meadows Country Club. “Being out in nature and walking for four and a half hours, just enjoying the peace and quiet, hearing the birds and all the green and […]