Bob Evans has been co-anchor of Fox 13 News at Nine since October 1995. Previously, he worked as an anchor/reporter for KUTV and at stations in Kansas City, Spokane and Boise.

He has won numerous awards in his career including two Emmys, two Telly Awards and many Society of Professional Journalists and Utah Broadcasters awards. He has had the opportunity to report on a wide variety of issues and events. Commenting on some of his favorite reporting experiences Bob said, “I’ll never forget the Hess and Pearce families and how they adopted a total of seven Russian children between them. Or the gut-wrenching heartache of families shattered by sexual abuse. Or the alarming decline in the number of doctors who deliver Utah’s babies.

Bob enjoys meeting viewers in person saying that it is a privilege to take part in the station’s community events. Over the years he has represented Fox 13 at functions such as The Great Salt Lake Council of the BSA Silver Beaver Awards, The Governor’s Office on Volunteerism Silver Bowl Awards, the Combined Federal Campaign Kick-off Luncheons, Utah’s Safe Kids Coalition, the American Lung Association of Utah, the Days of ’47 Celebration of Utah’s Cultures, the Granite Education Foundation “Excel” Awards, Utah Regional Ballet and many others.

Bob graduated from Brigham Young University with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Music Performance. He met his wife at BYU and describes their union as follows: “We were both in the broadcast journalism program and had on-air assignments. She had come back to get her Masters Degree in broadcast management. And as it turned out, she’s managed this broadcaster and our family very, very well for over 30 years. And I could not be more grateful to her. We’ve been blessed with wonderful children. We love the mountains, skiing, sports, and music. But mostly we like just being together.”

Bob sums up his job this way, “How wonderful it is to do something you love for a living, and to do it with people you really enjoy. There’s just something special about working at Fox 13.”

Recent Articles
  • 3 Questions With Bob Evans: Gayle Ruzicka, leader in the Utah Eagle Forum

    Gayle Ruzicka has been a force to be reckoned with in the Utah State Legislature for the past 30 years. She has been a constant presence as a leader of the Utah Eagle Forum. Bob Evans sat down with Ruzicka to ask her three questions: There is a big difference between a job and a calling. Can you describe to me what goes on inside your heart when you identify an issue that the eagle forum should be engaged in and […]

  • 3 Questions With Bob Evans: Lt. Governor Spencer Cox

    Lt. Governor Spencer Cox is one heartbeat away from running the state of Utah, but he is about as down to earth as anyone you’d meet. Cox is in charge of the state’s election process, and with the November elections approaching, he’s been quite busy. Bob Evans sat down with Cox and asked him three questions: Proposition 2, the medical marijuana initiative, has been very divisive this election season. Your office has been sued by people trying to keep it […]

  • 3 Questions With Bob Evans: University of Utah President Ruth Watkins

    She is the first woman to lead the University of Utah as president and aims to transform education. Doctor Ruth Watkins now oversees 33,000 students and 23,700 employees, as well as a top-tier medical complex, a competitive business school and a competitive athletic department. Bob Evans sat down with Watkins to ask her three questions: Outgoing President David Pershing said that he selected you as a Senior Vice President because you two share the same vision for the university. What […]

  • 3 Questions With Bob Evans: Jazz star Donovan Mitchell talks success, extending a helping hand

    He is a standout NBA rookie, whose stock is quickly rising in the Utah Jazz. Donovan Mitchell spends a lot of his free time helping people in his community, and his work on the basketball court is nothing short of awe-inspiring. Bob Evans caught up with Mitchell and talked money, success and what it means to stay true to oneself in this week’s edition of 3 Questions: How do you find time to be the kind person that you are, […]

  • 3 Questions With Bob Evans: Lou Ferrigno, body builder and actor in ‘Incredible Hulk’ TV series

    It was championship bodybuilding that led Lou Ferrigno to his prolific acting career. He is best known for playing the Hulk in “The Incredible Hulk” television series. Ferrigno was in town for the FanX convention and stopped by to speak with Bob Evans for Three Questions: Have you figured out why it is that society looks up to men with big muscles? What was it like being a fitness coach to Michael Jackson before his untimely death? Which one would […]

  • 3 questions with Bob Evans: Steve Klauke reflects on calling more than 3,600 games for the Bees

    Steve Klauke has been the play-by-play announcer for the Salt Lake Bees since 1994 when they went by the Salt Lake Buzz. He has called a record 3,620 games for the Bees. Klauke won the Utah Sportscaster of the Year in 2016, and his peers consider him someone who could, and possibly should, be calling games in the major league. Bob Evans sat down with Klauke and asked him the following questions: How close are you to doing what you […]

  • 3 Questions With Bob Evans: Keith Stubbs on performing comedy in Utah

    On this week’s 3 Questions With Bob Evans, Keith Stubbs, Owner of Wiseguys Comedy Club, shares his experience doing comedy in Utah. Watch the video above for the 3 Questions, or see below for the extended interview.

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Rare book seller Ken Sanders

    SALT LAKE CITY – He is considered one of the leading experts on rare books in the country, and though not a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he has an astonishing knowledge of rare books in Mormon history and culture. Ken Sanders was a serious book collector by age 14. Now, in addition to buying and selling rare books at his store in Salt Lake City, Sanders serves as an appraiser on the PBS program, […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Jake Garn

    SALT LAKE CITY — He is known for being direct, and doing what he thinks is right, no matter the personal or political cost. Jake Garn was a pilot in two branches of the U.S. Military, served as Mayor of Salt Lake City, represented Utah for 18 years in the U.S. Senate, was a business executive and an astronaut aboard the space shuttle. Now retired, Garn continues to speak about politics and America’s space program. He recently sat down with […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Utah Highway Patrol Lt. Todd Royce gives the trooper’s side of patrolling the highways

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Highway Patrol troopers, like others in law enforcement, are a special breed. They think nothing of running toward danger, when everyone else is running away. From delivering babies on the side of the road, to responding to the most horrific accidents, and then delivering the bad news, theirs is an almost impossible job. Recently, UHP Lt. Todd Royce joined Bob Evans for 3 Questions: In recent months we have seen just incredible bravery on the part […]

  • 3 Questions with Bob Evans: Darla Day joined the circus as a teen, now she helps prevent teen suicide through the performing arts

    SALT LAKE CITY — In her late teens, she ran away from home and joined a Mexican Circus. Performing circus acts eventually led her to Las Vegas and Cirque du Soleil. Yearning for something more meaningful, she and her husband now run a nonprofit organization in Utah that tries to help prevent teen suicide and promotes a healthy lifestyle through the performing arts. Darla Day recently sat down with Bob Evans for 3 Questions: “What is the relationship between performance […]

  • Trib Talkback: FanX, after being accused of mishandling harassment issues, launches advisory council

    SALT LAKE CITY – Aiming to rebuild trust after its handling of a sexual-harassment complaint ignited a public firestorm, FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention has created a community council to help oversee the event’s anti-harassment policies, The Salt Lake Tribune reported. Kira Coelho, a Salt Lake City after-school education consultant who cosplays under the name Kiki Furia, agreed to serve on the 10-member board. She said Friday the council is “a huge step forward. It’s all about change. It’s all […]