Kelly Chapman came to FOX13 after returning back to Utah from California. For 3 years Kelly anchored the wildly popular Good Day Sacramento weekend morning show that was a variety show of news, entertainment and guests. Previously Kelly worked as the features reporter, traffic reporter, and helicopter reporter at another television station in the Salt Lake television market. You can watch Kelly anchor Utah’s number one rated weekend morning show from 6:30am-9am on Saturday and Sunday.

Kelly and her meteorologist husband have 3 children and love to spend time together as a family. When not working on the anchor desk or as Super Mom, Kelly enjoys baking, interior design, scrapbook journaling and gardening.

Recent Articles
  • The disappearance and search for Elizabeth Salgado, whose body was found Friday in Hobble Creek Canyon

    SPANISH FORK, Utah — The body of Elizabeth Salgado was found Friday, May 18 in Hobble Creek Canyon. A news conference regarding the case will be held in Spanish Fork at 10:00 a.m. today, and it will be streamed live on the Fox 13 News Facebook page. Salgado was 26-years-old when she went missing on April 16, 2015. Family and friends organized several searches for Salgado, and marked the three year anniversary of her disappearance this past April. She is […]

  • Social media spurs growth of risky ‘viral challenges’

    SALT LAKE CITY — As social media has grown, so has the popularity of so-called viral challenges. From the “Vaseline challenge” to the “ghost pepper challenge”, many teens are attempting stunts that can have dangerous consequences. “My friend tried the cinnamon challenge; he had to go to the hospital for a week after doing it,” 13-year-old Austin Grant says. Pix 11 brought together several teenagers to examine the trends and why they appeal to teens, and they also spoke with […]

  • Fox 13 Dream Team awards lifetime of service by paying off woman’s home 

    SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – The Fox 13 Dream Team is on a mission to change lives. We’ve partnered with Mountain America Credit Union to help make some dreams come true for deserving Utahns. For our first surprise, we dropped into Aleen Spencer’s ceramics class at the South Jordan Community Center. Aleen holds the all-time record for most volunteer hours at the center, and she also volunteers at the Riverton Senior Center as well. Aleen’s friends and family tell us she […]

  • Utah boy scout raises money for K-9 bulletproof vests

    The Utah Highway Patrol is recognizing Gavin Ritter from Boy Scout Troop 838 for his fundraising efforts. Ritter raised money to buy two bulletproof vests for a couple of UHP K-9 officers. Gavin decided to do this as part of an Eagle Scout project. He met with Sgt. Jimmy Banks and his K-9 companion Chapo on Friday to present them with the vests. Fox 13 News wants to see your hometown headlines! Send us a picture with your name, location and […]

  • Davis High marching band to perform in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

    The Davis High marching band will perform in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Nov. 23. Davis High Band Director Stevan Hendricks says they’ve been preparing for the event ever since organizers invited the school in April 2016. More than 150 schools apply each year for the opportunity; Davis High is the second band in Utah history to be invited. The band’s final rehearsal is Nov. 15. Then they will load their trailer with instruments and uniforms so it can make the […]

  • Spanish Fork High takes first place in marching band championship

    SPANISH FORK, Utah – Spanish Fork High School is celebrating its first place win at the State Marching Band Championships. The school was awarded for its outstanding caption in color guard and has been awarded the title of 1A State Marching Band Champions. The Utah Music Educators Association held the annual State Marching Band competition at Dixie State University Nov. 3. Fifty bands from across Utah and the Mountain West came to compete in separate divisions. Spanish Fork High competed […]

  • A chocolate Renaissance in the Beehive State

    SALT LAKE CITY — Eight businesses in Utah produce mouth watering, award-winning, small batch chocolate. “By capita, we have by far the most,” says Matt Caputo, C.E.O. of Caputo’s Deli. For Caputo and other food connoisseurs, the only chocolate is dark chocolate made ‘bean to bar’, using methods and supply chains large companies can’t compete with. “Utah’s chocolate makers, I would say that we have the highest quality chocolate makers in the U.S., and this isn’t just me saying this: […]

  • Economic impact of ‘Brexit’ vote may be felt in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY – There is a lot of uncertainty regarding the financial implications of the UK voting to exit the EU, and the Obama administration said they’re keeping a close eye on the situation. With the Brexit vote fresh on everyone’s minds, Zions Bank released their monthly Utah Consumer Attitude Index at Salt Lake City’s “London Market.” Aaron Andersen of the Cicero Group advises Zions Bank, and he began by comparing the U.S. economy with other nations’ Gross Domestic […]

  • Parents and TSA discuss tips for traveling with children

    SALT LAKE CITY — Thinking about going through airport security can be daunting, and even more so if you’ve got little ones in tow. But TSA officials say there are rules and exceptions for traveling with kids that aim to make the whole process faster and easier. For example, children’s shoes don’t have to come off during screenings the way adults’ do, and your child can stay with you the whole time. It’s also easy for passengers to take a […]

  • Despite higher costs and greater potential risk, C-sections on the rise in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY — Decades ago, cesarean sections were rarely performed, and often only in the event of an emergency. These days, one in ten babies in Utah are delivered by C-section, and in some states, the rate is twice as high. The procedure is more expensive and the recovery time is longer, but many mothers are still opting for C-sections. Geoffrey, Jonathan and Karenna Stratemeier were delivered via C-section, and they will soon have another little brother. Their mom, Kaitlynn, […]

  • High winds take down trees in Salt Lake City, winter storm on the way

    SALT LAKE CITY – High winds before the expected winter storm have taken down trees in Salt Lake City near 8th S. and 1600 W. Hey Utah, #ColdFront on the way! Be ready for wind gusts > 60mph, brief heavy snow in mountains. #UTwind #UTwx — NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) February 18, 2016 Wind damage in your area? Show us. Post your videos and pictures here or send to You could see them on TV. 

  • Utahn who climbs with feline companion talks ‘catting’ with local college students

    SALT LAKE CITY – A sociology class at Westminster College focuses on relationships people have with their cats, and, last week, a Park City man who spends a lot of time in the great outdoors climbing with his feline friend was invited to speak to students. Craig Armstrong is the pioneer behind what he calls “catting”, which means taking a cat along for hikes and climbs. “I go climbing a lot, I go on a lot of weekend trips,” he said. “I […]