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
  • Downtown SLC streets close for police training exercise

    SALT LAKE CITY – Streets in downtown Salt Lake City will be closed down Thursday night as police participate in a large-scale, real-life scenario-based training exercise. Beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday, various roads in the downtown area will be closed to accommodate the training. During which, first responders will learn how to manage large-scale protests, perform crowd control and extract people from vehicles involved in an accident. Traffic in the downtown area is expected to be impacted. Beginning at 6 […]

  • Metro Gang Unit officers cleared in fatal October 2018 shooting

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office has ruled two officers with the Metro Gang Unit were justified in their use of deadly force against a wanted felon last October. The fatal shooting occurred in Salt Lake City on the night of October 18. Officers located 23-year-old Andrey Tkachenko near 400 East and 300 South, where they chased two vehicles into a nearby alley and became involved in a confrontation. Officers blocked the exit of the […]

  • Community members voice opposition to inland port tax break agreement

    SALT LAKE CITY — More than 60 community members spoke out in opposition at the Salt Lake City Council meeting Tuesday, regarding the use of a tax increment agreement associated with the inland port. “I do not want any of my tax dollars to be spent towards this project. I am concerned about the environmental impact it’s going to have on our city and state,” said one concerned citizen named Marina. “I also feel that this project is a direct […]

  • Missing 19-year-old found dead in parked car at FrontRunner station

    LEHI, Utah — A man who went missing from Eagle Mountain last week has been found dead, according to local officials. Merlin Dutson, 19, was reported missing after going several days without contacting his family. He was last heard from on August 8 when he talked to his mother on the phone. He was found dead Friday in his car, parked at the Lehi FrontRunner station, according to Utah Transit Authority spokesman Carl Arky. His brother discovered him. Arky said […]

  • Teenager dead after possible drowning at Strawberry Reservoir

    WASATCH COUNTY, Utah — A 15-year-old boy died in what authorities called a possible drowning at Strawberry Reservoir Saturday afternoon. Officials said a 911 call came in around 3:30 p.m. Saturday saying the teen had gone under the water and had not resurfaced. Wasatch County Sheriff Jared Rigby announced later in a press conference that an officer and some search and rescue members went free-diving while they waited for equipment to arrive and found the boy’s body in an area […]

  • Kearns High School dedicates home opener, retires number of former player shot and killed over summer

    KEARNS, Utah — Kearns High School is honoring the life of a former student and football player who was shot and killed over the summer. Cougar pride was booming from the stands at the Kearns High School football field Friday night — fans donned their best green and yellow for a home opener like none other. But this year, one number is missing from the sidelines. “Football was everything to him, it was his getaway,” said Luke Dalling. “It’s how […]

  • Utah family grateful for community support in wake of daughter’s death

    FARR WEST, Utah – In the midst of their 14-year-old daughter’s tragic and untimely death, a Utah family is expressing their gratitude for the community that is helping them heal. Driving into the neighborhood behind Wahlquist Junior High School in Farr West, you’ll see the color purple peppered across trees, poles and fences. One house, in particular, decorated in purple balloons with an elaborate sign in the yard reading “We love you Sparrows.” The small sentiments, lending the Sparrow family […]

  • Utah family turns tragedy into triumph with cards, sparking thousands of random acts of kindness

    RICHFIELD, Utah — What started as a tragedy for one Utah family has turned into a widespread kindness campaign, sparking thousands of random acts of kindness throughout Utah and beyond. Standing in front of their daughter’s grave at the Richfield City Cemetery, the Newby family is still healing. “We just had her headstone put in last week for her birthday, on August 8,” said Brady Newby as he stood in the Richfield City Cemetery. “We come out here multiple times […]

  • Utah community shows support for family after 14-year-old dies at Glacier National Park

    UTAH — A Utah community is showing their support after a tragic accident claimed the life of a teenager Monday evening. Purple ribbons and balloons can be seen scattered across a Utah neighborhood, showing support for a local family who lost their 14-year-old daughter at Glacier National Park in Montana. The National Park Service said the accident happened around 7 p.m. when the family was driving up “Going to the Sun Road.” Rocks started falling onto their car, shattering the […]

  • Three Utah teens compete in So You Think You Can Dance top ten

    OREM, Utah — An exciting night for not one, but three Utah teenagers as they compete in the top ten of Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance – including a brother, sister duo with some extremely proud parents. It’s thousands of parents hope for, but few actually get to see – they’re children being chosen among the thousands to compete for the title of being one of the best dancers in America. “What they’ve accomplished, is just incredible,” Enrique […]

  • Pop-up police hub closes in high-crime SLC area

    SALT LAKE CITY – They had to move out, so will the crime come back? Salt Lake City Police are weighing in on the impact of their North Temple pop-up police hub and looking at what that means for the future. When a for-sale sign went up at the old Arctic Circle building near 800 West on North Temple two months ago, SLCPD’s sign had to come down. The boys in blue had called the space home to a pop-up […]

  • New numbers show upward trend in unvaccinated students in Utah schools

    SALT LAKE CITY – Vaccination numbers from the Utah Department of Health show a consistent rise in the number of non-medical exemptions, allowing unvaccinated students to attend school due to personal or religious reasons. Utah is one of just 18 states which accepts non-medical exemptions (NME) to allow kids to attend school unvaccinated for personal or religious reasons. “You have the freedom of choice,” said Rich Lakin, Immunization Program Manager for the Utah Department of Health, as he discussed the […]

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