Rebecca is excited to call Salt Lake City her home,

Rebecca joined the sports team in September 2015 after working in Lake Charles, LA for two years with KPLC.

She graduated from the University of Alabama (Roll Tide!) and is from Birmingham, AL.

Before you ask, yes, she was at the 2008 Sugar Bowl game where Utah defeated Alabama. No, she did not cry. (maybe a tear or two)

Rebecca has been to Salt Lake once before where she tried to snowboard… also where she broke her arm.

You can find her on twitter @RCadeSports.


Recent Articles
  • Real Salt Lake supports young Utahn battling leukemia

    RIVERTON, Utah — Real Salt Lake’s Leo the Lion made a visit to Southland Elementary School in Riverton Wednesday to help 8-year-old Kohen Church, who’s battling leukemia at the school’s jog-a-thon. Kohen was diagnosed with leukemia about a year ago following a trip to Disney World. “He couldn’t get off of the airplane when we landed home,” Michelle Church recalls. “We had to carry him off. We went right to the ER, just because his back was hurting him so […]

  • Tanner Mangum talks return to starting QB spot for BYU Cougars

    PROVO, Utah — Tanner Mangum stepped in for an injured Taysom Hill two years ago but took a back seat last season when Hill returned as the starter for the Cougars. Mangum is now back at the helm for BYU, and he spoke to Fox 13 Sports’ Rebecca Cade about his journey. BYU opens their football season August 26 at home vs Portland State. The game is scheduled for 1 p.m. at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo.

  • UYSA searches for top players at 2017 tryouts

    The following is sponsored by Utah Youth Soccer Association. ODP was designed to find the most skilled soccer players through open tryouts. The coaches evaluate and choose players based on four things: technique, tactical, physical and psychological skills. More info: http://www.utahyouthsoccer.net/

  • Inside the skydiving experience at Skydive Utah

    TOOELE, UTAH— Most people wouldn’t consider skydiving an extreme sport, but Skydive Utah insists, “It is!” Skydiving requires training, skill, and practice just like every other sport. There are also many different varieties of skydiving. Your first time skydiving is called ‘Tandem.’ You’ll then be matched with a very experienced instructor and hop on the next available plane load. You and your instructor will jump out from the aircraft from 13,500 ft. above ground, free falling for one minute before […]

  • NFL player Haloti Ngata opens training facility in Salt Lake City

    Salt Lake City has a new sports training facility in town. Haloti Ngata, a Highland High School alum and current Detroit Lions defensive tackle, teamed up with D1 Sports Training and opened a new gym in the area. D1 has quickly gained the reputation as ‘The Home of Athletic-Based Training’ saying, “Our trusted Athletic-Based Training system and sports medicine services are provided to athletes of all skill levels and those who want to be trained like an athlete throughout the […]

  • Utah Youth Soccer players go to India with ‘Goals for Girls’

    The following is sponsored by Utah Youth Soccer Association.

  • Women invited to Ladies Night at Powder Mountain

    EDEN, Utah — Women of all ages are invited to Powder Mountain every Wednesday night through February 22 for Ladies Night. The event, put on by “SheShreds,” is a female only rail jam and also features music, raffles, a bonfire, clinics, and demos. It is for all abilities, and all ages. “SheShreds,” founded by Gina Duffy, values passion, freedom, style, courage, pain, and support – all through empowering women. Sheshreds.co’s mission is: “To make sure that every girl who wants to shred […]

  • Utah boy, 6, already a golf champ

    SALT LAKE CITY — Six-year-old Wyatt Biagi has qualified for US Kids Golf Championship. Wyatt had played in the US kids Utah tour the last 4 seasons and Wyatt finished in first place 11 times, winning the tour championship twice. According to his father, Kevin Biagi, Wyatt, first picked up a plastic club when he was only 18-months-old. Wyatt had a great swing, Kevin said, he hit the center of the club every time. He also finished 5th in the CA state […]

  • Jordanelle Reservoir hosts Wake Surf Fest

    The second annual Wake Surf Fest, hosted at Jordanelle Reservoir, brought out boating and board vendors to give demos to registered riders. Each rider had the chance to ride on every boat for 10-12 minutes at the event and select a different board on each boat. Each boat had a variety of wake surf boards for riders to choose from, along with a board company rep helping folks choose the perfect fit. Each boat also had a coach on board to […]

  • East Canyon State Park hosts Summer Krush

    The inaugural Summer Krush event took place at East Canyon State Park Saturday. Featuring wakeboarding competitions and wake surfing events open to the public, Sunmer Krush executed the event with the same team that puts on The Wake UP weekend. Professional athletes like Taylor McCullough were on hand to sign autographs and throw down demo runs to entertain folks before the podiums were announced. Taylor is currently ranked 4th in the world coming off a 3rd place podium at the […]

  • Riders to compete in Tooele during MotoAmerica Superbike Championships

    TOOELE COUNTY, Utah — The fastest racing motorcycles in North America are in Utah, as the MotoAmerica Superbike Championships are bringing speedsters from around the United States into Tooele to compete. Four different classes will be showcased on the outer course: Superbike, Supersport, Superstock 600, and KTM RC Cup Spec Series. Devin Husband, a Salt Lake City local, is competing in the KTM Races. Having attended Highland High School, Husband began racing BMX, then decided the KTM cup was more […]

  • Rodeo rider partners with nonprofit group to fight smokeless tobacco use

    SALT LAKE CITY — Oral cancer is becoming an epidemic in the U.S., and has been in the news in the last year with the loss of major league baseball hall-of-famer, Tony Gwynn, who died at 54 from smokeless tobacco use. Rodeo has a historic tie to smokeless tobaccos, and Oral Cancer Foundation, has teamed up with Bareback Rider Cody Kiser to draw awareness to, and prevent, this growing epidemic where it thrives – the rodeo circuit. Smokeless/spit tobacco is […]