Taylor is a native of Denver, and a graduate of Marymount Manhattan College in New York City. He has been working at Fox 13 since September of 2017. He enjoys biking, and listening to music.

Recent Articles
  • Police arrest 15-year-old suspect in Sandy sexual assault case

    SANDY, Utah – Sandy police stated that they had arrested a 15-year-old suspect in a sexual assault case where a man pulled a woman off a walking trail Monday afternoon. The identity of the suspect was withheld because he is a juvenile. Police said the juvenile is suspected of committing multiple offenses: “A fifteen year old male has been arrested, and booked into the Salt Lake Valley Detention Center, on suspicion of Aggravated Kidnapping (Felony 1) , Aggravated Sexual Assault (Felony 1), […]

  • Former Missionary Training Center President accused of sexual assault

    PROVO, Utah – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints responded to allegations made by a woman, who claims a former President of the Provo Missionary Training Center (MTC) attempted to sexually assault her in 1984. Joseph L. Bishop, former President of the Missionary Training Center (MTC), was named by both “MormonLeaks” and the LDS Church of the person being accused of attempted sexual abuse. “MormonLeaks” posted a recording Monday that was made in 2017, when the alleged victim spoke […]

  • Helping deal with stress using herbal remedies

    SALT LAKE CITY – Stress affects everyone in different ways. Many wonder if a bottle of prescription pills is really the answer when trying to cope with everyday feelings of stress. Fox 13 spoke with David Foreman, an herbal pharmacist, Tuesday on how different herbs and supplements can help in dealing with stress. For tips and herbal remedies, watch the video from Fox 13’s Live at Four:

  • Former Bountiful doctor pleads guilty to production of child pornography

    SALT LAKE CITY – 56-year-old Nathan Clark Ward of Bountiful pleaded guilty to charges related to child pornography production Tuesday. Ward admitted Tuesday afternoon in U.S. District Court that he had used a smartphone to stream live videos that depicted children in various states of undress from his home in Lehi between June 2013 and Aug. 2015. A federal grand jury indicted Ward in Sept. of 2017, charging him with production of child pornography, possession of child pornography, and distribution […]

  • SLC police respond to report of employee stabbing coworker at local bar

    SALT LAKE CITY – Police confirmed that officers were responding to a stabbing incident at a local bar Tuesday night. According to Lt. Justin Hudson with the Salt Lake City Police Department, two employees at a bar called Whiskey Street on 323 Main St got into an argument. Later on that evening, Hudson said that one of the employees stabbed the other employee in the back. Coworkers held the suspect down until police arrived. The victim was taken to the […]

  • Man killed in Draper industrial accident at Geneva Rock identified

    DRAPER, Utah – A man who was killed in an industrial accident in Draper on March 14 has been identified. “It’s difficult to express in words the deep sadness we feel for the passing of our friend and Geneva Rock family member, Lee Mackay,” Geneva Rock Products said in a statement. “We respectfully remember the life of this man that we were honored to work alongside for over 15 years.” The fatal accident occurred at Geneva Rock just off I-15 […]

  • Department of Health shows debilitating effects of intimate partner violence in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) released a new report that shows the impact that intimate partner violence (IPV) has on individuals in the state. According to the study, 18.1 percent of adult females and 10 percent of adult males were affected by IPV in 2016. The study also showed that IPV is often linked to childhood trauma, and negative health outcomes later on in life. “Intimate partner violence is any violence that occurs between two […]

  • Two suspects sought in West Point forged check case

    WEST POINT, Utah – Police are seeking two suspects who allegedly passed stolen and forged checks at a Smith’s Marketplace in West Point on March 1. According to a post made by the Davis County Sheriff’s Office, the suspected offenders are Sabrina Samora and Leo Flores. Sheriff’s officials posted surveillance footage of both suspects at a fueling station: Both individuals are believed to be somewhere in North Davis or Weber County. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Valencia […]

  • Layton police seek bank robbery suspect

    LAYTON, Utah – The Layton Police Department is seeking a suspect who allegedly robbed a Key Bank with a gun Tuesday afternoon. Police said the robbery occurred at 999 N Hillfield Road. The suspect left the scene in an “older” Honda Civic with faded black paint, no hubcaps, and a temporary registration tag. No injuries were reported during the incident, but police said a gun was displayed by the suspect. Police released a surveillance photo of the suspect. The suspect […]

  • Granite Police officer shoots teen suspect who hit officer with car in West Valley City

    Please wait a moment for the video to load below: WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – The Granite School District said a Granite Police officer shot a teen suspect during an incident in West Valley City Tuesday afternoon. Granite School District spokesman Ben Horsley said a Granite Police officer on his usual patrol route saw a car full of what appeared to be students near Hunter Ridge Park before the school day had ended. The officer approached the car and said […]

  • Political hopefuls gather in Utah for caucus night

    COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah  – Republicans, Democrats and other parties gathered their voters last night across the state to caucus. “I think there is great hope for Democrats this year,” said Democratic Senate hopeful Jenny Wilson. “I think we need some balance in government from the state of Utah and we need a new generation of leaders to change Washington.” But the climb is steep for Democrats. Since President Trump’s inauguration, the number of active Democrats in Utah is down 3.7 […]

  • Summit County first in state to file lawsuit against opioid manufacturers

    https://www.facebook.com/fox13newsutah/videos/10156079977625586/SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah – Summit County in Utah announced that it has filed the state’s first lawsuit against “Big Pharma” opioid manufacturers and distributors. The 240-page complaint alleges that the opioid crisis was created by false claims and marketing, spearheaded by companies who produce opiate drugs. The county states that in the 1990’s, manufacturers lied to doctors and the public about the addictive properties of opioid painkillers. “Opioid distributors injected millions upon millions of opioid pills into small communities, like Summit County, […]