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
  • Fire destroys vacant home in Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY — A vacant home in Salt Lake City was destroyed by fire early Monday morning. Crews responded to a two-alarm fire near 50 South and 900 West around 12:30 a.m. The home was vacant but the electricity was still on. Firefighters said the damage to the structure will make it difficult to investigate and determine the cause. “We had a lot of spot fires in there because the roof of the walls collapsed on itself, and so […]

  • ‘State of Lung Cancer’ report shows Utah has lowest rate of new cases in U.S.

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah has the lowest rate of new lung cancer cases in the country, according to a newly released report from the American Lung Association. But the Beehive State also has one of the lowest rates of screenings among those who qualify, just 2.5 percent. The “State of Lung Cancer” report for 2019 estimates 780 Utah residents will be diagnosed with lung cancer in 2019. Nationally the report revealed a positive trend in the survival rate of […]

  • Antelope Island hosts watch party as Mercury passes across the sun Monday

    ANTELOPE ISLAND STATE PARK – Mercury is passing from one side of the sun to the other Monday in a celestial event that only happens 13 times each century. Mercury, the smallest planet in our solar system, began its transit around 5:30 a.m., a journey that takes more than 5 hours to complete. Anyone who wishes to view the phenomenon will need solar filters, just like during an eclipse, as looking directly at the sun can cause permanent eye damage. […]

  • Shelter in place order lifted at schools after trio of cougars spotted feeding in Olympus Cove backyard

    HOLLADAY, Utah — Two schools were sheltering in place after several cougars were spotted in the Olympus Cove area Tuesday morning. Ben Horsley, a Granite School District Spokesman, said Oakridge Elementary School and Churchill Junior High School were both sheltering in place after three cougar sightings in the Olympus Cove area. Those protocols were lifted as of just before 9 a.m. but schools will not hold outdoor recess Tuesday and parents are cautioned to supervise children who walk home from […]

  • Salt Lake City to select new mayor Tuesday as Utah holds municipal elections

    SALT LAKE CITY — Municipal Elections will be held in Utah Tuesday, and perhaps the most anticipated race in the state is for Salt Lake City Mayor. Monday was the final day to postmark vote by-mail ballots, but those ballots can still be dropped off in person until 8 p.m. Tuesday. While organizers prefer folks to vote by-mail, many municipalities offer voting centers where you can vote in person as long as you have a valid ID. Voting in person […]

  • Utah crossing guard collecting coats for kids after students head to school wrapped in blankets

    TOOELE, Utah — A crossing guard in Tooele is turning to Facebook to help kids stay warm on their walk to school. Terri Johnson is a substitute crossing guard for Tooele City. This week as the weather has cooled down, she noticed some of the kids walking to school without coats. That’s when she came up with a simple idea to help out. “They’re going to school wrapped in blankets and that’s not enough,” Johnson said. This week she decided […]

  • Low unemployment makes it harder for ski resorts to attract seasonal staff

    SALT LAKE CITY — It’s almost time for ski resorts around the country to open for the season. However, with the good economy and low unemployment rates, many resorts are struggling to find seasonal workers. Here in Utah, we have many resorts preparing for the upcoming season, including Snowbird. “We’re taking a look at the cold temps, we’ve got our snow-making guns in position, and we are going to see what the weather does and see when we can fire […]

  • Officials urge travelers to plan ahead as crowds expected at SLC Airport for Fall Break

    SALT LAKE CITY — Fall Break is expected to bring major crowds to Salt Lake City International Airport the rest of this week. Upward of 30,000 passengers are expected to pass through the airport each day through Friday, and officials said travelers should plan ahead. Because of increased traffic, passengers should arrive two hours early if traveling domestically and have their boarding passes printed out our downloaded prior to arriving. Passengers can check airline websites to see if their flight […]

  • Semi hauling beer spills load across church parking lot in Sandy

    SANDY, Utah — A truck hauling beer rolled off the road and into a church parking lot in Sandy Thursday morning. Sgt. Jason Nielsen with Sandy Police said the crash occurred around 6:12 a.m. near 11300 South and 1300 East. A semi was traveling northbound on 1300 East when the driver of a Toyota Tundra going westbound ran a red light, causing the semi to veer to the left. The semi rolled off the road and went into the parking […]

  • De-icing crews prep for cold weather at Salt Lake City International Airport

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake City International Airport is gearing up for winter by preparing to de-ice planes. FOX 13 got a behind-the-scenes look at how that process works Friday. Integrated Deicing Services, or IDS, de-ices most of the aircraft at the airport. This year they started de-icing planes early. The first plane to get de-iced was on September 30, which is the earliest in history for IDS here in the Salt Lake City. Crew will radio when a […]

  • Herriman Police mark one-year anniversary of departure from Unified Police

    HERRIMAN, Utah — It has been a year since Herriman broke away from the Unified Police Department. Now, Chief of Police Troy Carr says he’s proud of the accomplishments the department has achieved over the last year. In the last year, The department has added two new officers, making for a total of 37 sworn officers on duty. They’ve added an animal services department, and there’s been no turnover. “I think it has to do with the culture we have […]

  • Uncle sentenced in kidnapping, rape and murder of 5-year-old Elizabeth Shelley

    LOGAN, Utah — A man was given his sentence Tuesday after he pleaded guilty to charges of kidnapping, rape of a child, sodomy of a child and murder in connection with the disappearance and death of his niece, 5-year-old Elizabeth Shelley. A judge sentenced Alexander William Whipple to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Police said Elizabeth was last seen at a home in western Logan at 2 a.m. on Saturday, May 25, and she was reported missing […]

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