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
  • Doctors warn of long-term impact from short-term bad air quality

    SALT LAKE CITY — While bad air quality continues to plague parts of the Wasatch Front, doctors warn of the dangerous impact small doses of bad air quality can have on a seemingly ‘healthy’ person’s overall health. You can see it, you can smell it, you can almost taste it — when it comes to poor air quality, the Salt Lake Valley is no stranger. “It’s a much greater problem than just a breathing problem,” said Dr. Brian Moench, President […]

  • Nearly empty Utah animal shelter welcomes in dozens of rescues from other locations following successful adoption event

    MURRAY, Utah – One of Utah’s largest animal shelters is running out of pets just before the holidays, but they say rows of empty kennels is an amazing problem to have! At the Humane Society of Utah, you’ll find it all — toys, bowls, beds… everything a dog, cat, bunny or guinea pig could need. “We house up to 250 animals at our facility each day,” said Humane Society of Utah’s director of marketing and communications, Deann Shepherd. But room […]

  • ‘Very suspicious’: Investigation underway after Tooele Police find body in freezer during welfare check at retirement community

    TOOELE, Utah — An investigation is underway after police made a shocking discovery while performing a welfare check Friday. Tooele City Police said they received a call from a maintenance worker at the Remington Park Retirement Apartments around 11 a.m. Friday, requesting a welfare check for a 75-year-old resident whom he had not seen in two weeks. “We had a history of checking on this female, making sure she was fine,” said TCPD Sgt. Jeremy Hansen, as he recalled a […]

  • South Ogden man finds ‘graveyard’ of headstones

    SOUTH OGDEN, Utah — It’s not something you see every day, a pile of old headstones. One Utah man said he was out with his family when they made the discovery. “My wife and I came to see the cats to show the kids,” Kevin Neumayer said as he stood near a cove of make-shift shelters for feral cats. It was the last thing Kevin expected to see when he was out with his family. “It’s just not something, you […]

  • ‘Miracle in the mountains’ 16-year-old with 2-hour memory gets life back thanks to Utah treatment center

    PROVO, Utah – Everyday Riley Horner wakes up thinking it’s June 11th, the day she lost her ability to create memories. Her story captivated the nation and stumped doctors across the country – now, five months later, Riley has found a beacon of light in Utah. Sitting on a park bench, enjoying lunch and taking in nature – this has been 16-year-old Riley Horner’s routine for the last seven days. “It’s really pretty, I love it,” Riley smiled. “I will […]

  • Food pantries feeling the brunt of high housing costs; donations needed

    BOUNTIFUL, Utah — High housing costs are driving more and more Utahns to food pantries, and with the holidays around the corner, they need donations. Come 6:00 every night, dozens of people have lined up outside of the Bountiful Community Food Pantry. Inside, they check in and anxiously wait for their number to be called and their turn to get groceries. “We’re extra busy right now because of Thanksgiving time coming up,” said Executive Director Lorna Koci. “It’s also winter, […]

  • 7-foot long Sinclair Dino stolen from small business in wake of construction pains

    SALT LAKE CITY – Orange cones and closures have slowed traffic and business for one family-owned gas station, and now after two years of roadwork, they’re left with declining sales and a major theft. For two years, the roadway near 1700 South and 1300 East has been closed for construction. All the while, the store next to it has quietly sat open. “Business is getting slower,” said Tha Imran, the owner of Sharooz Sinclair. Day in and day out, Imran […]

  • WATCH: Roy plane crash captured on dash cam

    ROY, Utah  — A driver is sharing video captured on his dash camera which shows the moment a small plane crashed on the shoulder of I-15 Sunday afternoon. Use the video player above to watch it. (Video Courtesy: Tylar Overturf) Roy Police Department said the plane had recently departed from Ogden-Hinckley Airport, and the aircraft and two passengers were part of a flight school. “One of the occupants was an instructor and the other was a student,” said Officer Stuart […]

  • Roy resident among first on scene following I-15 plane crash; aircraft linked to 2018 emergency freeway landing

    ROY, Utah — A Roy resident was one of the first on the scene after a plane came crashing down on the shoulder of Interstate 15 Sunday, sending two men to the hospital in critical condition. “I was in the kitchen preparing dinner, heard an infamous noise that I’ve heard before,” said Scott Miller as he stood near his home off of Airport Road and 4500 South in Roy. Sunday afternoon ended up being a case of being in the […]

  • Two injured in Roy plane crash

    ROY, Utah — A small plane crashed on the side of Interstate 15 Sunday afternoon, sending both occupants on board to the hospital. Around 3:30 p.m., a single-engine Piper Cherokee crashed between I-15 and I-84, according to Federal Aviation Administration officials. There were two male occupants on board the plane and were both seriously injured. One was flown to the hospital and one was transported by ground ambulance. Police believe their injuries are not life-threatening and that they may have […]

  • Utah man creates ‘Cat Coolers’ to help feral cats escape winter cold

    OGDEN, Utah – A Utah man’s passion project is gaining popularity, turning old coolers into warm, insulated spaces for feral cats to take refuge this winter. “Normally the cooler keeps things cold. We’re going to use it to keep animals warm,” Philip Rogich said with a smile. It’s a do-it-yourself project that only takes five minutes, a little elbow grease and a few cheap supplies. “I actually have a 6-inch drill bit and then once you drill the hole you […]

  • ‘It’s like a miracle’: new Cystic Fibrosis drug breathes hope into Utah’s first prescribed patient after just one week

    SALT LAKE CITY — A prescription drug, recently approved by the FDA to treat Cystic Fibrosis, is proving to be promising for the state’s first prescribed patient and impact on future generations. On Oct. 21, Somer Love said hope became a reality for her and many others living with Cystic Fibrosis (CF). On that day, the Federal Drug Administration fast-tracked approval on a new medication called Trifakta – the news painted a bright silver lining for Somer as she sat […]

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