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Lexie joined Fox 13 in March of 2019 as an anchor and reporter.
She was born and raised in Indiana and graduated from Purdue University.
Although she has lived in Indiana most of her life, she is no stranger to Utah. She has family that lives in Park City and has visited numerous times.
Before moving to Salt Lake City, Lexie was the Daybreak anchor at a station in Evansville, Indiana.
In her spare time she enjoys being outside, exercising, spending time with friends and family and of course, watching Purdue sports and cheering on her Boilermakers.

Recent Articles
  • Conflicting opinions at public hearing for proposed vaping rule in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY — Both sides were aired Wednesday morning at a public hearing regarding a proposed rule to help regulate vaping products. The rule, proposed by the Utah Department of Health, would require all tobacco retailers to display mandatory nicotine warning signs and restrict the sale of flavored e- cigarette products to retail tobacco specialty shops. Juan Bravo, the President of the Utah Vapor Business Association, said the new rule is wrong. “The issue that we as the UVBA […]

  • ‘Day of Service’ at Utah Food Bank on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Food Bank celebrated Martin Luther King Junior Day with a day of service. Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall, along with 75 other volunteers, took part in the annual event. “It’s not a day off from work, but a day on,” Mayor Mendenhall said, helping to make sure people get the food they need. “The food bank touches every community in the state that needs that kind of support and we’re glad to be […]

  • Snowmobiling avalanche victim identified

    FARMINGTON, Utah — Police have released the name of the 18-year-old who died Saturday as a result of an avalanche. Chase Adams was snowmobiling in Farmington Canyon with his father Ben Adams when an avalanche was triggered. Chase and his snowmobile were immediately buried. He was wearing an avalanche beacon and deployed the airbag in his backpack, but it did not deploy and the Davis County Sheriff’s Office said it was punctured during the recovery. Adams and his snowmobile were […]

  • Condom giveaway led to ‘fallout’ at Utah Health Dept, campaign planner says

    SALT LAKE CITY — Two of the people involved an HIV awareness campaign spoke to FOX 13 Thursday after Governor Gary Herbert’s office halted a major part of the campaign on the grounds that it was inappropriate. The Utah Department of Health had planned to give away 100,000 condoms packaged in sleeves that feature suggestive Utah-related tropes, such as “The Greatest Sex on Earth,” “Fillmore Beaver” and “SL, UT.” “Someone contacted the governor and was outraged that a condom would […]

  • UDOT feasibility study looks at aerial transit options for Little Cottonwood Canyon

    SALT LAKE CITY — Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons can be packed with traffic, especially on powder days, leaving people stuck in their cars for hours. UDOT is conducting a study to try and figure out how to reduce some of that congestion in Little Cottonwood Canyon. In the study, they are looking at several different ways to reduce the number of cars coming up the canyon and they’re also asking the public for input. “Looking at different transit options […]

  • Salt Lake City man dies in house fire

    SALT LAKE CITY — One man is dead after a house fire Friday morning. Salt Lake City firefighters say they got a call about a house fire just after 7:00 a.m. on Logan Avenue. “Initially the call came in off 700 East, so it was a little harder to locate luckily that was those alert individuals that called in so that was the address nearby they made their hose lines stretch to get a little bit further in very aggressive […]

  • Former Utah speaker Greg Hughes jumps into gubernatorial race

    SALT LAKE CITY – The race for governor in Utah is only getting bigger. Greg Hughes announced Wednesday morning that he’s entering the race. Family, friends, and supporters cheered on Hughes at Dee’s Automotive in Murray. “I’m in this garage because I feel like I’m an everyday guy, I feel incredibly lucky and blessed to be where I am, but I’m running for the everyday guy and gal,” said Hughes. Hughes says while it’ll be a tough race against the […]

  • 117 new U.S. citizens naturalized at Utah State Capitol

    SALT LAKE CITY — 117 people are now U.S. citizens after taking the oath of allegiance at the Utah State Capitol on Monday. Family and friends packed the capitol rotunda to support their loved ones. “Today is a very exciting day for me to be an American citizen,” said Tesfaye Bedadaebsa from Ethiopia. People from all over the world took the oath of allegiance to become U.S. citizens. Amelia and Oliver Kersey are from England, but say Utah is home. […]

  • Activists clash with police over homelessness issue

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — One man was arrested Wednesday after a community group confronted police over the issue of homelessness, leading to an altercation. In a video posted online by the community activist coalition, CivilRiot, Salt Lake City police can be seen forcing people affected by homelessness to clean up their stuff and leave where they are staying outside of downtown. SLCPD said officers were enforcing the city’s camping ordinance on New Year’s Day at Library Square. The video […]

  • UDOT takes steps to avoid avalanche dangers

    SALT LAKE CITY — In the Salt Lake City area, the risk of avalanches is high today with all the snow we’ve seen in the last two days. The Utah avalanche center and UDOT crews have been working hard to protect people on the roads and in the backcountry from an avalanche. “I’m just going to head up here up Emma’s ridge probably ski a few of the runs,” said Dustin Pellegrino. Dustin Pellegrino is taking advantage of the snow […]

  • Young victim in West Valley City homicide identified; mom confessed murder to neighbor, police say

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — Police have released the name of a young girl who was killed in West Valley City, allegedly at the hands of her mother. The victim was identified as 4-year-old Laney Vos. According to West Valley City Police, 29-year-old Nicole Lester confessed to killing the girl to a neighbor. The neighbor then called police. When officers arrived, they found Lester wearing blood-stained clothes in front of her home, a statement of probable cause said. Police officers […]

  • Recreational marijuana dispensary opens in West Wendover

    WEST WENDOVER, Nev. — A cannabis dispensary is now open just across the Utah-Nevada border. After being approved by Nevada’s Department of Taxation, Deep Roots Harvest opened Monday in West Wendover — now the closest dispensary to Salt Lake City. Many people say this is something they’ve been waiting years for. They say marijuana has been life-changing for them. One man said he feels like he has his wife back after she began using medical marijuana. A veteran we spoke with […]

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