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
  • Drowsy driving affecting teens, young adults during summer road trips, UDOT warns

    SALT LAKE CITY — We are in the middle of the 100 deadliest days on Utah roads and the Utah Department of Transportation wants to remind drivers of the risks of drowsy driving as we’re seeing more cars on the road this summer. UDOT Public Information Officer John Gleason said teens and young adults are affected most by drowsy driving. “During the summer months, you have longer days, more people out on the road, more people that are taking longer […]

  • Water main break causes sinkhole, damages art in Park City

    PARK CITY, Utah — A Park City road is closed due to sinkholes caused by a water main break, which also damaged several works of art at a nearby shop. The break was reported in the area of Trappers Way and Park Avenue between 9:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. Thursday. The water ran down Main Street, but city officials and firefighters put sandbags around businesses and homes in the area to protect them from damage. Responders left the scene around […]

  • Firefighters warn of red flag conditions after passing train sparks brush fire in Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY — A rail line is open again Thursday after a fire sparked by a passing train forced a closure Wednesday night. Fire officials said sparks from a passing train ignited a patch of brush near 3700 West and 800 South around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Firefighters shut down the Union Pacific rail lines in the area so they could access the area and extinguish the fire, which they were able to do quickly. Capt. Chad Yamane, Salt Lake […]

  • Sandy joins rentable e-scooter trend

    SANDY, Utah — Starting Monday you’ll see e-scooters in a new part of the Salt Lake Valley. Sandy City launched a partnership with Lime, placing 200 scooters around the Cairns District. This is a 90-day pilot program, and, if all goes well, more scooters will be added. Mayor Kurt Bradburn says the downtown area of Sandy, known as the Cairns District, is really growing and this will help to move people around. “We have our Hale Theatre, Real stadium, Mountain […]

  • Search and rescue crews find overdue hiker in Little Cottonwood Canyon

    LITTLE COTTONWOOD CANYON, Utah — A 41-year-old woman who failed to return from her hike Thursday in Little Cottonwood Canyon has been found alive. Search and rescue crews have located Dawn Rohde, who went hiking in the White Pine area. Police said she left for her hike around 7 a.m. Thursday. Unified Police spokesman Det. Ken Hansen said search and rescue crews, with the aid of a Department of Public Safety helicopter, located Rohde in a campground at Tanners Flat. […]

  • Dozens take part in annual cardboard boat regatta

    MORGAN, Utah — During the Fourth of July, many people spend their day on the water, trying to stay cool and have fun — and that’s exactly what people in Morgan, Utah, did at the third annual Cardboard Boat Regatta. Boats of all shapes and sizes showed up to float a half a mile down the Weber River. From an army tank, to a Huckleberry Fin raft, to Aladdin’s Magic Carpet, 21 unique boats raced in the regatta. “It’s pretty […]

  • Man dead, woman seriously injured after motorcycle collides with car in Layton

    LAYTON, Utah — A man was killed and a woman is in serious condition after a motorcycle crash in Layton. The crash occurred at the intersection of Antelope Drive and Main Street just before 9 p.m. Tuesday. Police tell Fox 13 the man operating the motorcycle was going north on Main Street and struck a vehicle making a left turn onto Antelope Drive. The motorcyclist was speeding, police said, and the impact of the crash threw him from the vehicle. […]

  • Friends push back against victim shaming in kidnapping, murder of MacKenzie Lueck

    SALT LAKE CITY — MacKenzie Lueck’s friends are standing up against victim blaming and shaming, saying MacKenzie’s actions have nothing to do with her death. Instead, they want everyone to remember her for the light that she was in this world. Lueck’s sorority sisters said she was the sweetest person, someone who could always make you smile. But they worry that many people are trying to ruin their loved one’s character by spreading rumors about her personal life. In the […]

  • Firefighters use abandoned home for training

    DRAPER, Utah — The Draper City Fire Department among other agencies held training exercises Wednesday morning to help sharpen their skills in the face of danger. The fire department first set three separate fires inside the home, waited for them to grow, and then went inside the house to attack the fire and put it out. “Every fire is different, it can be scary at times because if you’re not scared then you’re probably too comfortable,” said Draper Battalion Chief […]

  • Woman in critical condition after being hit by car in Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY — A woman is in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle in Salt Lake City Friday morning. The crash occurred near 2100 South and 900 East in Salt Lake City, and Fox 13 News first heard report of the crash shortly before 8 a.m. Det. Michael Ruff, Salt Lake City Police, said the woman was in a crosswalk when she was hit, but no further details about the crash were immediately available. The woman was […]

  • Rocky Mountain Power discusses future energy production, Sierra Club calls for coal plant retirements

    SALT LAKE CITY — Rocky Mountain Power held a meeting Thursday to discuss how it will generate power in the future. A group of people from the Sierra Club showed up to the meeting to voice their concerns over Rocky Mountain Power’s use of coal plants. This Thursday and Friday, Rocky Mountain Power is meeting with its commission to present a preliminary integrated resource plan to talk about the types of power generation they will use in the future, including […]

  • Woman taken to hospital after fire at Holladay townhome

    HOLLADAY, Utah — A woman was taken to a hospital with serious injuries after a fire broke out in a home in Holladay. The fire began shortly after 11 p.m. Monday near 6000 South and 2000 East in Holladay. The blaze involved a single unit among several townhomes, and firefighters were able to keep the fire to mostly one room. Firefighters found an oxygen concentrator—a medical device that delivers concentrated oxygen to a patient—in that room. Matthew McFarland, Unified Fire […]

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