After 20 years of moving “up and down the dial,” Dave Nemeth has returned to Utah to join the FOX 13 team. Dave brings with him more than thirty years of broadcasting experience. His years in front of the camera include being the first host on Warner Brothers entertainment news show “Extra.” He has also hosted two shows on Sony’s Game Show Network and appeared on a number of television shows including “Desperate Housewives”, “Sabrina the Teenage Witch”, and “NewsRadio”.

Before leaving Utah to host “Extra,” Dave was also the lead singer for the popular salt lake city band “Under the Gun.” Dave says he’s very happy to be back in Utah and especially at FOX 13 where, aside from his reporting and hosting duties, he has launched his lifestyle franchise for the baby boomer generation, “Booming Forward”.

“Returning to Utah was a planned move for us. This is the last stop for my career train and returning to Utah and landing at FOX 13 has been an amazing opportunity for me.”

Dave and his wife Nanci have three grown children, and two “overgrown” dogs. They enjoy hiking, biking, home improvement projects, music and of course, animals. Dave and Nanci are currently “loving life” in Park City.

Recent Articles
  • Booming Forward: Never too early to think about taxes

    Getting your tax information is never a fun project, but why not do your future self a nice favor and do some of the legwork a little early? Many agencies are getting ready to assist taxpayers with understanding and taking full advantage of any new laws coming our way. AARP TAX AID PROGRAM:  AARP UNIVERSITY OF UTAH TAX AID PROGRAM: UTAH STATE TAX COMMISSION: INTERNAL REVENUE TAX ASSISTANCE:

  • Booming Forward: 77-year-old drummer

    OGDEN, Utah — You can’t have a good band without a good drummer, and Val Harris, from Ogden, is a good drummer. In fact, he’s a great drummer. His speed is lightning-fast. His timing: impeccable. His age: 77. He’s been “beating on the skins” since the fifth grade. Hear his story in this week’s Booming Forward. Also, Val is looking for a band! If there’s a group out there looking for a really good drummer, in any style, Val could […]

  • Booming Forward: New spine treatment helps those with back pain

    SALT LAKE CITY — Millions of Americans deal with back pain, and it can disrupt people’s home and work lives. But a new high-tech procedure is changing the game for many. In this week’s Booming Forward, we hear from a local woman who says it’s given her her life back.

  • Booming Forward: It’s never too late

    Learning new technology can seem overwhelming, but in this week’s Booming Forward Dave introduces us to some seniors who are having fun keeping up. See the video above for more on the It’s Never Too Late program.

  • Booming Forward: Get vaccinated

    We all hear the call each year from the medical community reminding us to get our flu shots, and for good reason. The flu is flat out dangerous — and for some people, more so than others. Nobody enjoys being vaccinated. It hurts — but not as much as getting the flu, or worse, pneumonia or shingles. Baby boomers are entering a high-risk zone when it comes to age, making the flu shot a must for staying healthy. Learn more […]

  • Booming Forward: Maintaining optimal brain health

    In this week’s “Booming Forward,” Fox 13’s Dave Nemeth talks about maintaining optimal brain health. Most doctors will tell you as we age, we need to be increasingly proactive when it comes to keeping our thinking wheels greased, and there are things we can be doing to help. Watch the video above for some helpful tips! For more information, visit AARP Utah’s website.

  • Booming Forward: Avoiding fraud

    Would you know what do to if a random person called you demanding money? There are tons of scams out there, but this one is relatively new. Fortunately, this story has a happy ending for one Midvale couple, but these scams don’t always end on a good note. A good rule of thumb: If it doesn’t seem right, don’t do it and call authorities. Click here for more information on AARP’s Fraud Watch Network.

  • Booming Forward: Combating seasonal affective disorder

    Seasonal affective disorder can be especially hard if you feel isolated. There are roughly 200,000 people over the age of 60 in the salt lake valley, and many of them live alone. While Utah has the second-lowest amount of older adults living in solitude, isolation still plagues many and can take its toll. Volunteering, socializing and exercising can help, but sometimes it takes someone from the outside to bring life to those stranded on the inside. If you know of […]

  • Booming Forward: A new procedure for prostate problems

    SALT LAKE CITY — September is National Prostate Health Month. Most men, as they age, will deal with problems associated with an enlarged prostate — The most common being frequent urination. An enlarged prostate is generally more bothersome than anything else, and in most cases, highly treatable. All men beyond the age of 50 should have their prostate checked annually — or earlier for African-American men or those who have a family history of prostate cancer. There are various ways […]

  • Booming Forward: Dealing with dementia

    Millions of Americans are diagnosed with some form of dementia each year, and those numbers are growing. When we talk about those with dementia and their needed care, we often forget about the caregivers, who often struggle more than those for whom they care. In this week’s Booming Forward, Dave Nemeth takes a look at one woman’s struggle with the dreadful disease.  

  • First generation of bone marrow transplant recipients return to Primary Children’s Hospital

    SALT LAKE CITY — Primary Children’s Hospital celebrated the 25th anniversary of its bone marrow transplant program Thursday. Patients, parents, doctors and nurses all attended the special event. In the 25 years since that first operation, more than 700 people have received bone marrow transplants at the hospital. Ian Dahl of Sandy was one of the very first young patients to undergo the life saving procedure. ‘It`s been a huge miracle for our family,” Dahl said. “It`s really added to […]

  • Pioneer Theatre Company kicks off season with ‘Cagney’

    Pioneer Theatre Company is a couple of weeks away from kicking off this year’s season, and they are starting things off with a bang. “Cagney” is a musical based on the life of the great James Cagney. Fox 13’s Dave Nemeth has been spending some time with the cast over the past few weeks and joins us with a preview. Tickets for Cagney are on sale now. Opening night is Sep. 20.

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