Elle joined the Fox13 news team in January of 2018.

From reporting, anchoring 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
  • South Salt Lake Police ask for help finding missing couple

    SALT LAKE CITY — Suspicions continue to grow for friends, family and police, as the search continues for a newly engaged couple who seemingly disappeared Wednesday night. Pacing the street in front of a missing Salt Lake couple’s home, friends and family are left wondering what happened to two people whom they love. “They both disappeared,” said Kendra Szabo, the couple’s best friend, as she stood in front of their red fence. “There are moments where some of the strength […]

  • West Valley officers serve up Sizzler steaks for a good cause

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — Some officers in West Valley City volunteered their time for a night of service, benefitting the most fragile victims involved in crimes. “We’re really good cops, but we’re not very good waiters and waitresses,” laughed West Valley City Police Deputy Chief Robert Hamilton as he stood in the middle of the Sizzler steakhouse dining area. About 20 West Valley City Police officers volunteered their own time to give back one steak at a time – […]

  • ‘Not in my school, not here,’ officials applaud student’s reaction after friend comes to school with gun

    LEHI, Utah — School district officials are pushing the severity of carrying firearms to class after a middle schooler brought a handgun in their backpack. Lehi City Police was called to Lehi Junior High around 9 a.m. Wednesday morning after a student brought a handgun to campus. “I don’t know what the issue is, it just keeps happening, it’s scary,” said Lt. Toby Peterson with the Lehi City Police Department. Police said there was no threat to other students or […]

  • High school rodeos cancelled, postponed over equine herpes concerns

    ERDA, Utah – Growing concerns regarding the spread of equine herpes, a potentially deadly virus, has prompted the cancellation and postponement of several high school rodeos across the state. Most of the students who compete in high school rodeos have dedicated their lives to their horses. “It’s a lot of cold, early mornings that you don’t want to be up, hay everywhere and it’s itchy, not good… but then you can just come out here and just watch them,” said […]

  • Utah man chases down hit and run suspect who fled the scene

    LAYTON, Utah — A Utah man stepped in to help, chasing down a hit and run suspect who literally ran from the scene after causing a three-car-crash involving children. What would you do in an emergency situation? For one Utah man, the answer was to step in and help. “It’s like, ‘oh no what did I just witness?’ And then it just got crazier from there,” said Kevin. Kevin witnessed a three-car crash at the Layton Hills Mall Friday evening, […]

  • Utah high schooler creates prom website for dates, deals

    AMERICAN FORK, Utah — Students at American Fork High School have a new resource to make prom night more affordable and the process of finding a date, a little less awkward, and it’s all thanks to one of their peers. Between the elaborate ‘promposals,’ and the pressure of having the perfect dress, hair and makeup (do we even need to mention dinner and after prom?) prom season can serve as a pricey stresser for high schoolers. This year, students at […]

  • ‘I want justice’ – family speaks after man who was punched in face at Clearfield gas station dies

    CLEARFIELD, Utah — A man who was punched in the face by a Chevron store owner died after suffering a severe head injury. Police have identified the victim as 39-year-old Layton resident, Brandon Stufflebean. Police said Stufflebean was at the Chevron off of Main Street in Clearfield when he and the store owner got into an argument over the purchase of a fountain drink Wednesday afternoon. “The detective that I talked to on the phone said there was an altercation, […]

  • Lots of snow? Here’s why resorts don’t extend ski season

    SOLITUDE, Utah — Heavy spring snow on top of a large snowpack won’t be enough to coax resorts into a later closing day, and there are a few reasons why. “It’s one last gift from mother nature,” said Sara Huey with Solitude Mountain Resort as snowflakes piled up on her hat and eyelashes. Snow came down hard throughout the day at Solitude Mountain Resort Wednesday, as employees continually shoveled away the snow building up under lifts. “It’s awesome,” said snowboarder […]

  • Jazz star gifts family tickets after seeing toddler’s Donovan Mitchell-inspired temper tantrum

    HOOPER, Utah – A Utah family received a big surprise from Donovan Mitchell after sharing a video of their toddler’s post Jazz game meltdown. At just 3-years old, Evie Tulane may be one of the Utah Jazz’s biggest fans. “Donovan Mitchell!” You can hear Evie shouting at the TV when she spots the Jazz player’s bright orange shoes on the court. Like many other Utahns, Evie just loves Donovan Mitchell. “I see him! Dad, I see him!” she continued to […]

  • Chalk art protest shut down by Utah city for criminal mischief

    LEHI, Utah — The city of Lehi and police are cracking down on protestors who are using sidewalk chalk to purvey their message, claiming it’s a form of criminal mischief. With toddlers in tow, the group, Utah Mothers for Clean Air, picked up sidewalk chalk Friday to put their message down on the pavement surrounding Lehi City Hall. “We say please, we say thank you, we draw suns and butterflies and flowers,” said Cherise Udell with Utah Mothers for Clean […]

  • Woman reunited with dog after it runs through I-15 traffic

    MURRAY, Utah – A dog and her owner are together again after the animal was found running through interstate traffic Thursday afternoon. A heartfelt reunion can be seen between Jerrika Casten and her sweet pup, Sweets. “Aw! She’s wagging her tail!” Casten can be heard saying in the video as she joins her lost dog in a kennel at Murray Animal Shelter. “You want to go home? Let’s go bye-bye,” Casten continued. It’s a moment Casten thought was never going […]

  • Heavy pothole season expected following Utah weather conditions

    SALT LAKE CITY – Potholes could be a problem on Utah roadways this spring thanks to a perfect combination of pothole creating conditions, according to the Utah Department of Transportation. Utah is no stranger to potholes. “You’ve got crater-like holes, it feels like you’re driving across the surface of the moon,” said Utah driver Hans Olsen. “Every once in a while, you feel like you’re driving through the Grand Canyon.” This spring, Utahns could expect to see even more and […]

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