Elle joined the Fox13 news team in January of 2018.

From reporting, anchoring and hosting to web and producing, Elle has found herself filling a number of positions around the newsroom.

Most recently, she worked as a morning and noon anchor/producer in Colorado. Prior to her time there she acted as a one-man-band reporter for the PBS affiliate in Phoenix, Arizona.

Before getting into the broadcast side of the industry, Elle wrote for a number of online and print publications.

She received her degree in Journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Arizona State University.

Recent Articles
  • UDOT unveils $5 million wildlife bridge over I-80 in Parleys Canyon

    PARLEYS CANYON — Construction is complete on a wildlife overpass on I-80 in Parleys Canyon, bringing an end to one of the Utah Department of Transportation’s largest projects. The bridge stretches above six lanes of I-80 and is 320 feet long and 50 feet wide. The overpass bridge was designed to keep wildlife off the interstate, which will make things safer for all animals traveling through the canyon. UDOT officials said there have been about 100 wildlife collisions reported in […]

  • Winter weather makes for messy morning commute

    SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah – Accidents continued throughout the day Wednesday as Utahns were greeted by a slow, snowy and at some spots dangerous roads. It was a noisy day at the Utah Department of Transportation’s Traffic Operations Center Wednesday, as a police radio can be heard sounding off on the different accidents and snow incidents occurring on state roads. “Dozens of crashes,” said John Gleason with the Utah Department of Transportation. Radio alert after alert, as the snow came […]

  • Utah couple out $20,000 after tattoo supply shop burglary

    SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah — A Utah couple is out tens of thousands of dollars after burglars allegedly hit their tattoo supply shop in South Salt Lake. “We are out in the neighborhood of $20,000,” said Fifth Avenue Studio Shop co-owner, Allen Record. Allen and his wife Ginger stood in front of two glass display cases. Each had an empty top shelf. “This one hurts, this one hurts,” Allen said. Allen and Ginger are now counting their small business’s losses […]

  • Taylorsville man files lawsuit against UPD officer

    TAYLORSVILLE, Utah — A Taylorsville man is looking for justice after he said a police officer wrongfully filed charges against him not once, but twice following a traffic stop in 2016. The incident took place on August 25, 2016 near the intersection of 4700 South and 2200 West in Taylorsville. Lopeti Misinale said he was driving his friend, Johnny Sengamanichanh, to the airport when a Unified Police Department officer mistakenly pulled them over for an illegal U-turn the car in […]

  • Crews recover bodies of missing couple in Strawberry Reservoir

    BREAKING: “Search crews found the body of Chenoa L. Plank, a 26 year old woman from Sugar House, this afternoon,” the Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office said Sunday. The previous story continues below:  WASATCH COUNTY, Utah — Crews searching for a missing couple in Strawberry Reservoir said they recovered the body of a missing man Saturday who appeared to have drowned in a part of the reservoir. The Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post Saturday that search and […]

  • Sheriff’s officials searching for couple who went missing while camping in Wasatch County

    WASATCH COUNTY, Utah — Search and rescue teams are working to locate a woman and her boyfriend after police say they never came home from camping near Strawberry reservoir. According to the Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office, the father of a 26-year-old Salt Lake County woman called authorities Thursday night and said his daughter had gone camping on Nov. 11 near Strawberry Reservoir with her boyfriend and her dog. The father told the sheriff’s office that his daughter and the 24-year-old […]

  • Group voices concerns over 2030 Olympic bid

    SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah group is voicing concerns over 2030 Winter Olympic bid, saying residents may not be considering consequences of an Olympic round two. All around the Salt Lake Valley, residents can find remnants of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. The infrastructure that came alongside those games is part of what has been garnering a lot of support from Utah elected officials, but a group has concerns Utahns aren’t taking the consequences of the games into consideration. […]

  • Senator pushes for criminal charges against House Rep. after altercation on Capitol Hill

    SALT LAKE CITY — Tensions are high between a House Representative and Senator on Utah’s Capitol Hill after an alleged physical incident led one to file a police report that could now turn into criminal charges. Sen. Daniel Thatcher is pursuing criminal charges against House Representative and Minority Leader Brian King after an altercation in the Senate Building halls. Thatcher said an October 3 incident left him with no choice but to press criminal charges against King. “It was literally […]

  • Plans submitted for new skyscraper, 3rd tallest downtown building in Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY – Preliminary plans have been submitted by City Creek Reserve, a real estate arm of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to add a new skyscraper, but some have concerns that the change could bring growing pains. Right now you will find a small grassy area on the corner of 100 South and State Street in downtown Salt Lake City, but pretty soon you could be cranking your neck to look up at the city’s […]

  • Shipping containers put big business dreams in small spaces

    SALT LAKE CITY — Bright blue shipping containers are catching eyes in Salt Lake City’s Granary District as the newest place for businesses to set up shop. It’s just 150 square feet, but it comes fully equipped with a 12 foot storefront, heating, air conditioning and electricity. “It’s cutting edge,” said Lara Fritts, Salt Lake City’s Department of Economic Development Director. Bringing a new meaning to the term “small business” with a 40-foot shipping container, re-imagined into two separate store […]

  • ‘Serious cases of teacher misconduct’ found in state educator misconduct audit

    SALT LAKE CITY – A newly released state performance report on educator misconduct finds sexual assault, physical assault and drugs and alcohol among “very serious cases” that have gone unreported to the Utah State Board of Education. Surprising findings from a performance audit the state conducted on educator misconduct in Utah show more cases are going unreported than reported. Physical assault. “A teacher threw a wrench at a student and hit the student with the wrench,” said Utah State Auditor […]

  • Downtown water main break teaches valuable lesson to young renter

    SALT LAKE CITY –A water main break caused a massive mess one Salt Lake resident won’t soon forget. It was a Monday for the books for some residents who call the avenues in Salt Lake City home. “Pretty spectacular, absolutely,” said Capt. Adam Archuleta with the Salt Lake City Fire Department. “Construction workers in the area called in a [bubbling] leak from underneath the roadway.” But a UTA bus may have turned that ‘bubbling leak’ into more of a geyser […]