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
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    SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City Police found new evidence in the MacKenzie Lueck case on the edge of the Jordan River — just 15 minutes away from where the man charged with her murder made his first appearance in court. Ayoola Ajayi’s face was seen and voice was heard Monday for the first time since he was arrested and charged for the murder of 23-year-old Lueck. “Good morning, sir” was all he said to Judge Mark Kouris during […]

  • Five sisters from Utah serving in different branches of the military 

    ROOSEVELT, Utah — A group of five sisters from Utah have served or will serve in the military together all around the world. One just returned home from deployment in Kuwait a few days ago. With the Puro family, it all started when their parents met on the University of Utah ballroom team.  Growing up in Roosevelt, the five Puro sisters said their parents taught them to be independent, but never realized they would go to war to fight for […]

  • Man recovering after rolling SUV into home in Magna

    MAGNA, Utah — An 18-year-old man is in stable condition after he crashed into a house early Saturday morning. Unified Police said he was driving a Dodge Durango and tried to pass a truck traveling westbound on 3500 South in Magna when he lost control and rolled into a house. The man was partially ejected, police said, and fire crews had to cut the vehicle apart to get him out. He was flown to the hospital by helicopter in extremely […]

  • Preparing for ‘the big one’ in Utah

    Utah has been gearing up for a big earthquake for decades. Keith Koper, director of the University of Utah Seismograph Station, said the earthquakes that happened here earlier this year, along with the Los Angeles quake last week, have done nothing to relieve the stress building up along the Wasatch fault. “We have geological evidence that earthquakes as large as the California earthquakes have happened here in Utah,” said Koper. Fault lines typically run North to South, so aftershocks from […]

  • Boy Scouts rescued from rough patch in Green River, then finish the trip — in handmade canoes

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  • UHP trooper shares moment truck crashed into patrol car

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Highway Patrol released the dash camera footage Monday from a crash that could have been deadly for one trooper.  Pulled to the side of Interstate 80 in Parley’s Canyon Sunday night, Trooper Riley Rugg’s patrol car was hit while he was helping another person who had crashed earlier. “On the highway, our vehicles are usually the safest place to be,” Rugg said. “But in that moment, I was glad I wasn’t sitting in there.” Rugg […]

  • Firework throwers start brush fire near North Ogden Divide

    NORTH OGDEN, Utah — Firefighters were called to a brush fire at a look-out point by the North Ogden Divide just after 1 a.m. Sunday morning.  Flames scorched the trees while crews fought the wind blowing in their faces. “We found 20 mph winds from the East … pushing down the hill towards the houses,” said Deputy Chief Jeremiah Jones with North View Fire District.  Burning less than a quarter of an acre, Jones said it was the dry, windy […]

  • California fugitive shot and killed in West Jordan police standoff

    WEST JORDAN, Utah — A man wanted in California is dead after an officer-involved shooting Friday night. Jose Martinez, 34, had a warrant out of Sacramento County for aggravated kidnapping and other charges, according to West Jordan Police Sgt. J.C. Holt. Holt said the department was called in to help assist other agencies from out of state who had tracked Martinez to The Ridge at Jordan Landing condominiums.    West Jordan Police arrived at about 6:30 p.m. with K9 units. […]

  • Snowbird open on Fourth of July

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  • Risk of wildfire sparked by humans increases daily

    GRANTSVILLE, Utah — The Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands reports 200 wildfires sparked since January.  Even though Utah saw a wet spring, division spokesman Jason Curry said things could get worse. “It’s certainly drying out,” Curry said. “Especially the cheatgrass is really, really flammable.” High winds and cheatgrass make the perfect combination for what Curry calls “biological gasoline.”  “Everywhere in the state, the risk is climbing every day with these grasses drying out,” he said. A fresh […]

  • SLC residents talk about neighbor accused of murdering MacKenzie Lueck

    SALT LAKE CITY — Tom Camomile has lived next door to Ayoola Ajayi for a little over two years and never expected he would be accused of murder. “He came across to me as your everyday neighbor, somebody who was very professional, very friendly,” Camomile said. Ajayi had renovated his basement to be an AirBnb — Camomile said he walked through it just a few months ago. “I saw a professional man who was clearly excited about becoming a first-time […]

  • Sheriff’s Office identifies boy found dead under suspicious circumstances in Corinne

    CORINNE, Utah — A body has been discovered in a city park in Corinne and a Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office representative is calling the death suspicious. On Thursday afternoon, the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office identified the body as that of 16-year-old Marcus Elkins. A news release from the Sheriff’s Office said deputies responded to the Bill Flack Park shortly before 8 a.m. Thursday. “Investigation reveals that Elkins did not die at this location and was brought to the […]

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