David’s interest in news media began early in life. Bored with the Dick and Jane books his classmates were into, he began reading The Salt Lake Tribune at age six. At seventeen, he became the Editor-in-Chief of Bountiful High School’s student newspaper, The Brave.

David graduated Cum Laude from Weber State University in December of 2005 with a degree in Communication / Electronic Media. For his first post-college job, he began freelancing for KSTU-FOX 13 as a video editor. He was hired full-time in that position in June of 2006.

Then, in August of 2006, FOX 13 launched a new website, called MyFoxUtah.com (now defunct). David was the first Web Content Producer to be hired for FOX 13’s new-and-improved online presence, and he has happily worked in KSTU’s web department ever since.

In July of 2008, David was promoted to Senior Web Producer and began overseeing FOX 13’s web department. In January 2009, the team launched an even bigger and better web site, Fox13Now.com – the web site you are now visiting.

In his spare time, David enjoys writing music, travel, cooking and cinema.


Recent Articles
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    SOUTH JORDAN, Utah — A fatal rollover crash forced police to close a section of Lake Ave. in South Jordan Wednesday morning. According to a press release from the South Jordan Police Department, initial reports said a male had been ejected from his vehicle while an unconscious female was pinned inside a vehicle. The department said a GMC K3500 pickup truck traveling eastbound ran a red light, colliding with a Dodge Caravan traveling northbound on Mountain View Highway. The pickup […]

  • Woman ‘caught in the act’ of shoveling, cleaning bathrooms in American Fork Canyon

    UTAH COUNTY, Utah — The Utah County Sheriff’s Office is praising a woman whom they said was “caught in the act” of cleaning bathrooms, shoveling snow and picking up trash in American Fork Canyon. A news release from the Sheriff’s Office said the woman, identified only by her first name “Tanya,” decided to help maintain a picnic site in the canyon “in view of the government shutdown, and out of a sense of civic pride.” Tanya and her dog, Jenna, […]

  • Shelter in place, lockout protocols lifted at Salt Lake-area schools

    SALT LAKE CITY — Schools in the Granite and Salt Lake City school districts are no longer on shelter in place or lockout protocols after police investigated a series of threats Tuesday. According to Salt Lake City Police, numerous daycare and preschool locations received threats from a male caller claiming to be in the parking lot and threatening violence on the school. The threats prompted several elementary and junior high schools to either lockout or shelter in place, but both […]

  • Oscar Mayer seeks ‘hotdogger’ to drive Wienermobile

    VERONA, Wis. — Oscar Mayer is accepting applications for its “Oscar Mayer Hotdogger” job, which includes the use of a certain hot dog-shaped company car. “Do you dream in ketchup and mustard? You might be missing out on your next calling: to be an Oscar Mayer Hotdogger!,” a tweet from the company said. The position involves much more than driving the Wienermobile. It’s a one-year public relations gig, and applicants are expected to promote the Oscar Mayer brand “through radio […]

  • ‘Black Panther’ is first superhero movie to receive Oscar Best Picture nomination

    LOS ANGELES — Eight movies were nominated for best picture on Tuesday, but there are two that couldn’t be more different — “Black Panther,” the Marvel blockbuster; and “Roma,” Alfonso Cuarón’s black-and-white Netflix film — might be the most significant in terms of leading the Oscars into new frontiers. Marvel and Netflix have officially punched their tickets — finally, in the eyes of some — to Hollywood’s most exclusive club. The nominations offered something old and something new — breakthroughs for superheroes […]

  • I-15 reopens in Millard County after semitrailer slideoff

    KANOSH, Utah — I-15 has reopened in Millard County after a semitrailer slideoff forced Utah Highway Patrol troopers to close a 12-mile section of the freeway Monday morning. Traffic had been diverted off the freeway between mile markers 146 and 158 as an active power line came down across the roadway. UHP first reported the incident on Twitter at 10:23, then announced the freeway reopened at 1:38.  

  • UDOT: ‘All hands on deck’ for winter driving conditions Monday

    SALT LAKE CITY —A winter storm is bringing dangerous winter driving conditions to northern Utah Monday, with several inches of snow expected to fall along major roadways. The storm is expected to bring snow accumulations of four to eight inches along the Wasatch Front, Salt Lake Valley, Tooele Valley, Utah Valley, Cache Valley and other parts of northern Utah, according to an update from the National Weather Service. Utah Department of Transportation crews are working to keep the roadways safe […]

  • Weather forces multiple canyon closures around northern Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Highway Patrol has closed parts of I-80 and I-84 due to snowy weather and a semitrailer rollover. I-80 at Parleys Canyon was closed “until the snow can be better cleared.” The eastbound lanes reopened as of 10 a.m. In Weber Canyon, the westbound lanes of I-84 near the rest stop due to a semitrailer rollover. Big Cottonwood Canyon will be closed between 12:30 and 1:30 for avalanche control. Little Cottonwood Canyon will likely remain […]

  • Winter storm knocks out electricity for thousands across Utah

    SALT LAKE COUNTY — Rocky Mountain Power workers are restoring power after multiple outages were reported throughout the state Monday. On Monday morning, around 13,000 customers lost power in Salt Lake County in outages that primarily affected the Draper and Bluffdale areas. As of 11:20, the company reports 6,188 of its customers are without power. “Scattered outages across the state due to weather. Crews working to restore service as quickly and safely as possible,” a message on RMP’s website said. […]

  • Police: 14-year-old driver crashes into Unified Police station; three juveniles in custody

    MILLCREEK Utah — Three juveniles are in custody after a 14-year-old driver crashed into a Unified Police station in Millcreek, police said on Twitter. The crash happened at 6:40 a.m. when the driver lost control of a four-door sedan and crashed into the side of the building at 1580 E 3900 S. FOX 13 has reached out to the Unified Police Department for more details. Watch FOX 13 for updates.  

  • Crews extinguish fire at Bountiful fourplex; one injured

    BOUNTIFUL, Utah — South Davis Metro Fire crews extinguished a fire at a fourplex Friday afternoon. A tweet from SDMFA said the fire occurred at 160 E 100 N. The fire was contained to one unit in the fourplex. The other three units sustained smoke damage. One person was taken to a hospital for treatment of burn injuries.  

  • Roadway through Provo Canyon reopens after avalanche

    UPDATE: Officials say that Provo Canyon has reopened following an avalanche Thursday that covered the roadway. Crews have cleared U.S. 189 of snow and reopened all four lanes of traffic. #snowfighters #udottraffic pic.twitter.com/DtlGMLaU1i — UDOT Region Three (@UDOTRegionthree) January 19, 2019 PROVO, Utah — Crews are continuing to clear snow from U.S. 189 in Provo Canyon after an avalanche buried parts of the roadway in 30 feet of snow. Utah Department of Transportation spokesman Geoff Dupaix said they anticipate the road […]