Erin is thrilled she works her dream job in her home state. A Cache Valley girl through and through, Erin graduated from Utah State University and is proud to call herself an Aggie. She’s a Multimedia Journalist (MMJ), which means she’s her own photographer and editor on top of being a reporter.

Before joining the Fox13 team, Erin was a freelance photographer in Cache Valley for all Salt Lake City TV Stations.

In 2017, Erin covered President Trump’s Inaugural Ceremony and the first Woman’s March in Washington D.C. for Utah Public Radio—an award winning radio news piece for the 2017 SPJ Mark of Excellence Awards.

She returned to the East Coast later that year to work in the Senate as a communications intern. Her boss remarked that she knew how to explain the reconciliation rules for health care reform “better than most senators.” Erin loved her up-close and personal association with our Utah Delegates as well as national political leaders.

Erin is one of the only bilingual reporters in Utah who speaks Cantonese. Living in Hong Kong China for 18 months, she fell in love with the culture, language and people.

While studying journalism and political science at Utah State University, Erin researched and co-wrote an award winning paper on Utah women and the constitutional defenses they employed for suffrage.

When she’s not pursuing a story, you can find Erin enjoying time with her family, hiking, researching Utah’s history and serving within her community.

Erin loves any and all story ideas! Feel free to contact her anytime at erin.cox@fox13now.com or on Twitter @erincoxnews.


Recent Articles
  • String of golf courses burglarized across Utah

    UTAH — Golf courses across the state have been targeted in a string of burglaries starting a month ago. Burglars tried to bash in the front door of the Bonneville Golf Course, but when that didn’t work, they went through the back window. “They came in and got the safe,” said Jeff Maudlin, an Assistant Golf Professional at the course. “They used a desk chair to wheel it to the window, tossed it out and then they were gone.” The […]

  • One killed, one injured after car goes ‘airborne’ off I-15 off-ramp in Brigham City

    BRIGHAM CITY,  Utah — One person was killed and another was injured after a vehicle went airborne off the edge of an I-15 off-ramp Monday, according to Utah Highway Patrol. The driver, 29-year-old Sammi Jo Revilla-Fernandez of Brigham City, was killed after the vehicle crossed over the northbound off-ramp, went airborne in the gore area and landed on its roof. UHP Sgt. Nick Street said the crash occurred as a vehicle was traveling westbound on 1100 South in Brigham City. Fox […]

  • Woman killed after car hits horse on SR 198 in Payson

    PAYSON, Utah — A woman was killed Saturday night in Payson after the car she was in collided with a horse. A horse escaped its enclosure and ran onto State Route 198, where it was hit. A woman in her 60s riding as a passenger was killed. The male driver suffered serious injuries. The parties involved have not been identified. Shari Tryfonas was relaxing after dinner with her friends in Payson when she heard the clomp of horses’ hooves. “’The […]

  • A decade later, the search for Susan Cox Powell continues

    WEST DESERT, Utah — After a decade of unanswered questions, volunteers joined another search effort for Susan Cox Powell on Saturday in the West Desert. Volunteers found bones, even car carpet, but for Hailey Dearden and Jordyn Dark from Kaysville, they found something more. Dearden and Dark found tire tracks that lead to the sole of two shoes, part of a belt and what they believed was human bones. “If we found her, I really hope this provides some closure,” […]

  • Couple rescues woman who hydroplaned into Tooele ravine filled with water

    TOOELE — One woman is alive after her car hydroplaned during Thursday night’s storm, sending her car into a water-filled ravine along Interstate 80. “That water just kept pouring in, and she said at that point, ‘I didn’t know how I was ever going to get out from here,’ she thought she was drowning,” said Shelly Wolf, the mother of the 23-year-old driver in the accident. Wolf listened on the phone in horror as her daughter described what happened to […]

  • New law in place as millions of dollars are lost to illegal gambling in Utah

    PRICE, Utah — The new law on fringe gambling already has local law enforcement busy. The Attorney General’s office said gambling is an issue occurring across the Beehive State adding up to millions of dollars lost to gambling machines. “It’s kind of one of those hidden in plain sight,” said Agent Russell with the Utah Attorney General’s Office. Russell was a part of a raid back in 2017 where the Utah Attorney General’s Office removed more than 400 gaming devices […]

  • Paraglider suffers ‘traumatic injuries’ at Point of the Mountain

    LEHI, Utah — A paraglider was taken to the hospital by Life Flight after being seriously injured in a crash at Point of the Mountain Monday morning. Lehi Fire Department Battalion Chief Kim Beck said the 33-year-old from Colorado sustained a “severe” back injury and a right leg injury. The fire department called in Life Flight to assist. “Conditions change quickly up there, the wind does, so it`s always a variable,” Beck said. “He was only about 100 feet down […]

  • Rescued from the rubble: Utah woman recounts cabin explosion 

    A Utah woman, once buried under a pile of burning rubble, is alive thanks to three men who she just recently met.  Fox 13’s Erin Cox sits down with Eric Staten, Mark Pierce and Nate Hammond about the night they decided to put their own lives at risk to save Lori Walker. Watch as Walker shares the moment she was rescued from the rubble, and now, her road to recovery. 

  • Best Friends won’t settle until every shelter is ‘no-kill’

    SALT LAKE CITY — Most animals that come through the shelter system in Utah are healthy and adoptable. Still, Best Friends Animal Society said thousands are dying every year—3,500 were killed in shelters in 2018.  “Right now, the biggest concern is Utah County,” said Lydia LaSalle, the Executive Director for Utah’s Best Friends Animal Society.  “There’s about 1,300 animals that are dying in that county, and Best Friends is here and dedicated to saving animals in that county.” LaSalle said they’ve […]

  • ‘Cowboy sheriff’ uses lasso in river rescue

    PIUTE COUNTY, Utah — A sheriff used his roping skills to help save a man from a river Saturday morning. “This is not something that you see every day,” Piute County Sheriff Marty Gleave told FOX 13 News. “You never really know how much stuff goes on here.” Late Friday night, a man swerved to avoid hitting an elk but overcorrected, sending his car into the Sevier River. He was able to climb out and onto the top of the […]

  • Man originally charged for fatal auto-pedestrian crash says he wasn’t driving; second suspect arrested, according to police

    SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – A new suspect has been arrested for a fatal auto-pedestrian accident that happened two months ago, according to South Salt Lake City Police. Richard Bice, 56, was arrested and booked with counts of failing to remain at an accident with serious injury and death and one count of obstruction of justice. Police said the original suspect, Ryan Kidrick, is still in jail because of the obstruction of justice charge. According to police, Bice was […]

  • Woman meets men who saved her when her Heber family cabin exploded

    PROVO, Utah — Months after her family cabin exploded in Heber, Lori Walker met the men who rescued her. It’s the first time all three rescuers have been together with Lori Walker, the woman they saved. “Glad to see her in person and it’s emotional,” Nate Hammond said. “But she has the right attitude about all of this.” Walker stood on stage — a miracle in of itself — and recognized the three men who pulled her from the rubble […]

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