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
  • Salt Lake City leaders toast transit as UTA route changes take effect Monday

    SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City and UTA officially launched new transit services on Monday. Mayor Jackie Biskupski, Council Member Charlie Luke and UTA Board Chair Carlton Christensen spoke about the new bus routes and gave a toast to transit at the Salt Lake Central Station during the Monday morning commute. This is all part of the first phase of the city’s Transit Master Plan. More than half of the bus routes around the Wasatch front changed on Monday, […]

  • Flash flooding in Utah delays two Amtrak trains

    SALT LAKE CITY — Flash flooding and mudslides have closed several roads in Utah and delayed two Amtrak trains. Amtrak states a washout between Provo and Helper prevented a train from departing Salt Lake City around 11:30 p.m. Thursday. The delay held the train until about 11 a.m. Friday. Bob Neely was one of the passengers affected by the delay. He is returning to Sacramento. “We just had a beautiful week in Moab and Yellowstone, and matter of fact just […]

  • It’s graduation day at Sandy’s Junior Firefighter Academy

    SANDY, Utah — About 25 kids graduated from the Junior Firefighter Academy in Sandy Thursday morning. The three day event put on by the Sandy Fire Department teaches kids about fire safety and about what it’s like to be a firefighter. “It feels good, it feels like you’re a real firefighter now it feels like you’re strong, you’re focused, you’re brave,” said 9-year-old CJ Aston. “My dad is a firefighter so he had like this idea to like help me […]

  • Rep. Chris Stewart Town Hall meeting gets heated; Congressman threatens to walk out

    NORTH SALT LAKE, Utah — Shouting and arguing dominated a Rep. Chris Stewart Town Hall meeting in North Salt Lake Wednesday night. The Salt Lake Tribune reports the first question asked was how the government can keep people safe from mass shootings. At that point, the Tribune reports, the meeting devolved into a shouting match on topics ranging from President Trump inciting the recent shootings to gun control and second amendment rights. Rep. Stewart tried to calm the crowd down […]

  • ‘Tools for Schools’ fundraiser fills buses full of backpacks loaded with school supplies and other needs

    SANDY, Utah — There’s a fundraiser Thursday and Friday and the goal is to fill six school buses with backpacks full of school supplies. The Tools for Schools fundraiser will benefit students in the Canyons, Granite, Salt Lake, Jordan, Alpine, Davis County, Ogden, Tooele and Nebo School Districts. Country station Z104 has partnered with the Salt Lake Board of Realtors and The Shops at South Town to sponsor the event. Z104’s Dave and Deb are living in one of the […]

  • Jon Huntsman resigns as U.S. Ambassador to Russia; will possibly run for Utah Governor

    SALT LAKE CITY – Jon Huntsman is resigning his post as U.S. Ambassador to Russia and will return to Utah for a possible run for Governor, the Salt Lake Tribune reported Tuesday morning. Huntsman sent President Donald Trump a resignation letter Tuesday morning and is planning to move back to the Beehive State in October, the Tribune reported. His resignation is effective October 3, and he previously served as Utah’s governor from 2005 to 2009. However, a source close to […]

  • California toddler, infant found unharmed in Utah; suspected kidnapper and his parents arrested

    PAROWAN, Utah — The Utah Highway Patrol said a man suspected of kidnapping two young girls in California was arrested just before 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The man, 24-year-old Joshua Adle, was taken into custody without incident along with his parents, according to UHP. The two girls, an 18-month-old and an 8-month-old, were found unharmed by UHP in the vehicle. UHP said a trooper was able to identify Adle’s father and identified Adle during a traffic stop in Parowan, Utah, which […]

  • South Salt Lake Police say missing 12-year-old found safe and well

    UPDATE: South Salt Lake Police confirmed just before noon that Aisha Mister “has been found safe and well.” Fox 13 News will update this story as more details emerge. Previous story continues below: SOUTH SALT LAKE  — Police are asking for helping locating a 12-year-old girl considered missing and endangered Thursday morning. A press release from South Salt Lake Police states they are searching for Asiah Mister. Asiah is described as 12-year-old black girl with black hair, which she wears […]

  • Ogden Police: Man shot, killed after attacking officers with weapon during burglary call in Roy

    ROY, Utah — A call about a burglary with someone barricaded inside a room at a medical clinic ended with a deadly officer involved shooting in Roy early Wednesday morning. Ogden Police state things began around 1:50 a.m. when an Ogden Police K-9 officer was called to assist Roy Police with a report of a burglary at Tanner Clinic, 3443 West and 5600 South in Roy. “A caller reported that a suspect had broken into the medical clinic and the […]

  • Neighbors alert family about dumpster fire after car part explodes, shatters window

    UTAH COUNTY, Utah — A dumpster fire caused by Pioneer Day fireworks was put out Thursday night after Lone Peak Fire District said a “perplexing” chain of events led to neighbors alerting the family and firefighters about the flames. LPFD officials said the Utah County family had finished their holiday firework show and disposed of the firework debris in their dumpster before heading off to bed. Neighbors, who LPFD said were tucked into their beds, were suddenly awakened by a […]

  • Thousands gather for Pioneer Day parade in SLC

    SALT LAKE CITY — People lined the streets of downtown Salt Lake City for the Pioneer Day Parade on Wednesday. Many people camped out along the streets for almost 24 hours. “Our group has been out here since noon yesterday,” said Michael Powell. Many of the kids waiting to see the parade said they were looking forward to seeing the floats and getting some candy. “I want to see the fire trucks and the motorcycles,” said Sophie Santos. “I want […]

  • Campfires and fireworks banned in City Creek Canyon

    SALT LAKE CITY — Local firefighters are concerned about fires starting over the next few days with extreme heat, dry ground, fireworks and campers. To help, the Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities has put some restrictions in place. The city has banned campfires at 30 campsites in City Creek Canyon. “In dry conditions like this, we have a predominance of dry fuels and warm temperatures,” said Laura Briefer, the department’s director. “We want to take every precaution we […]

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