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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
  • Sundance Film Festival growing over the years

    PARK CITY, Utah — Is it a local attraction or a complete tourist trap? Maren Mullin has watched the Sundance Film Festival grow over the 13 years she’s owned Gallery MAR. “For us, a lot of the visitation of the gallery during Sundance are the folks who own a second home here in Park City, so we certainly consider them local,” said Mullin. Mullin does not rent her gallery space out to other vendors but says other shops do. “We’ve […]

  • Police release names of family members shot, killed in Grantsville

    GRANTSVILLE, Utah — Police have released the names of the five family members who were shot Friday night in Grantsville, four of whom were killed. Grantsville Police held a press conference Monday afternoon, where they said the victims are members of the Haynie family. The father, 50-year-old Colin Haynie, was shot, wounded, taken to the hospital and has been released. The mother, 52-year-old Consuelo Alejandra Haynie, was shot and killed, along with three of their children: Alexis, 15, Matthew, 14, […]

  • Roy mayor and Ogden airport manager meet to discuss small plane accidents

    WEBER COUNTY, Utah — Two officials from neighboring cities in Weber County met Friday to talk about what can be done to prevent future accidents coming to and from the Ogden-Hinckley Airport. Five accidents have occurred in the past few years, and Roy City Mayor Robert Dandoy said his community is emotional and looking for solutions. “My community is struggling,” Dandoy said. “We need to try to do something to make a difference.” Dandoy asked Bryant Garrett, the manager of […]

  • Remembering David Goode, the man killed in a small plane crash in Roy

    ROY, Utah —A community of friends and family mourn the loss of Dave Goode — not just here in Utah, but across the globe. Fox 13’s Erin Cox spoke with the first man hired to work at Goode’s company here in Utah, along with skiers across the country who traveled with Goode. “He’s really a friend, as well as a boss, a ski buddy. Someone that has changed lots of people’s lives,” Kevin Lundell said. Kevin Lundell was the first […]

  • Utah County hospitals report decrease in opioid prescription use

    UTAH COUNTY — Hospitals in Utah County are reporting a decrease in opioid prescriptions handed out — some good news for Utah’s opioid epidemic. The decreases come after a two-year program called “Use Only as Directed” has been implemented across the state. Dr. Eugene Zanolli has worked at Timpanogos Regional Hospital since it opened in 1998. Forty percent of patients coming through the emergency room doors have some sort of pain, Zanolli said, and doctors are asked to find a […]

  • Lawmakers say new SLC hotel could reduce tax burden by $1,300 per household

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake County Mayor joined others in the groundbreaking of a Hyatt Regency Hotel right outside of the Salt Palace on Friday. “This has been a long time coming, and the day is finally here,” said Mayor Jenny Wilson. South entrances for the Salt Palace Convention Center will become a construction zone on Monday, but come 2022, it will be a brand new hotel. The new building will aver 25 floors and a total of […]

  • INTENSE VIDEO: Davis Co. Sheriff’s Office releases body cam footage from assault on two deputies

    KAYSVILLE, Utah — The Davis County Sheriff’s Office has released body camera footage from a Christmas morning traffic stop that resulted in a violent encounter in which two female deputies were assaulted. (Scroll down to watch the footage.) Benisamini Pouha, 42, told police his car had broken down. One of the deputies noticed drug paraphernalia and an open box of beer in the vehicle. When Pouha was asked to exit the car, he tried to run. Deputies Gossels and Stimpson […]

  • Retired Colonel on Iran conflict

    Retired Colonel Randy Watt served in a special operations task force and worked in counterterrorism operations during three separate deployments. “If you’re not on the ground, if you’re not smelling the smells, zipping the body bags, you’re not listening to those families cry, it’s very difficult to connect yourself to the depth of what’s going on,” said Watt. Watt led a special forces assault team in Afghanistan, capturing a Canadian teenager who was detained for 10 years, pleading guilty to […]

  • A taste of hope: Utah restaurant raises money for Puerto Ricans after devastating earthquake

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utahns watch from thousands of miles away as friends and loved ones are stuck in Puerto Rico after earthquakes have left the island without power. The Vasquez family uses their restaurant, Papito Moe’s, to raise money for those affected. Kimberly Vasquez and her husband own Papito Moe’s — a restaurant they started because they missed Caribbean-style food. “It made me a little homesick when I went food shopping because there was no ethnic food,” Vasquez said. […]

  • SLC Police identify those at homeless protest also a part of Inland Port protest

    SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City Police identified some of the protesters from recent demonstrations at homeless camps as the same people arrested during the Inland Port protests. The Take Shelter Coalition organized the occupation of Washington Square Park to help feed the homeless and provide warmth and emotional support. Sam Murdock, a member of the coalition, said they also wanted to bring their five demands to Salt Lake City Police. “We just want to make it clear that police […]

  • ‘It’s going to feel like a divorce’: local congregants react to United Methodist Church’s separation announcement

    SALT LAKE CITY — The United Methodist Church has signed a separation agreement that would create two denominations — one with the traditional practices of the church, and another with the ability to perform same-sex marriages and ordain members of the LGBTQ community to leadership. Reverend Russell Butler with the Christ United Methodist Church in Salt Lake City said the majority of his work has been pushing for a change like this. Not all of his congregants agree on the […]

  • Catching up with Utah’s ‘millennium baby’ as she turns 20 years old

    SALT LAKE CITY — 20 years ago, the first Y2K baby for the State of Utah was delivered. Fox 13 News spent the next day in the hospital with baby Brinlee Shephard and her family, but now we hear from Brinlee herself. Here’s what the millennium baby has been up to these past 20 years:

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