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
  • Crews respond to two-alarm fire in Holladay

    HOLLADAY, Utah — Fire crews are responding to two-alarm blaze at a home in a Holladay Friday. A representative for Unified Fire Authority said crews responded to a home near 4500 South Russell Street. The fire engulfed a detached garage and a camper trailer at the home,  and it also caused some of the siding on neighboring homes to melt and warp. Keith Garner of Unified Fire Authority said firefighting efforts were exacerbated by the hot weather. “The heat is […]

  • Ogden police investigating ‘suspicious death’ near the 21st Street pond

    OGDEN, Utah — Ogden police are investigating a suspicious death near the 21st street pond. The body was found early Thursday morning in a heavily wooded area. It’s a popular walking area that connects with the city’s parkway trail system. “It’s a nice area and it`s a nice walkway,” Captain Danielle Croyle with the Ogden Police Department said. The body was found right off the trail, and there was visible signs of trauma, Croyle said. Investigators say there are a […]

  • Ogden Police investigating suspicious death at 21st Street Pond

    OGDEN, Utah — Police in Ogden are investigating a suspicious death after a male was found dead with “significant trauma” near the 21st Street Pond. Ogden Police stated around 11:40 a.m. Thursday they are investigating “a suspicious death from West 21st Street Pond.” Capt. Danielle Croyle with Ogden City Police say they found a man dead at the pond around 4 a.m. The man had signs of significant trauma on his body, which was found off the river walkway trail […]

  • Salt Lake City sprucing up school zones with a goal of making it safer for students to get to school

    SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City is getting ready for the new school year by painting school zones and using brighter lights and signs to bring attention to them. Crews use special paint with tiny glass beads that shine during the day and glow when headlights hit it at night. The city hopes the spruced up school zones will get motorists thinking about being safe when the kids do go back to school. “We all drive semi-consciously and if […]

  • A year after Operation Rio Grande, one man has kicked his meth and heroin addictions and landed a full time job

    MURRAY, Utah — One year after the implementation of Operation Rio Grande, city officials are giving the public a look inside one of the transitional housing facilities. It’s been on year since Operation Rio Grande began, now they are moving into phase two which includes furthering treatment for those with substance abuse and mental health issues. “I was in a pretty dark place at the end of a dark road,” Carl Henry said. “I hit rock bottom and continuously digging […]

  • SLC gets ready for new school year with improvements to school zones

    SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake City welcomes in the new school year with innovative lights, signs and paints to bolster school zone safety. There are 1,483 school zone areas in Salt Lake City, and Tuesday crews finished painting and refreshing the last one – getting the city ready just in time for the new school year. It may look like your everyday white paint, but the paint used in school zones is different. “(City officials) have been looking at […]

  • Utah communities come together to support 16-month-old seriously injured while with babysitter

    WASHINGTON TERRACE, Utah — Communities from across Utah are coming together to raise money and show support for a 16-month-old baby who was seriously injured while in the care of a babysitter nearly one month ago. It has been almost one month since 16-month-old Marley sustained serious injuries while in the care of a babysitter, that babysitter was later found dead, of an apparent suicide. Saturday night, friends, families and strangers came together at Rohmer Park to raise money for […]

  • St. George man killed in crash of an ultralight experimental aircraft crashes

    ST. GEORGE, Utah – A  St. George man died Saturday morning when his ultralight experimental aircraft crashed shortly after takeoff in St. George, the St. George News reported. The man who died in the crash has been identified as 69-year-old Sterling Palmer of St. George. He was taking off from St. George Regional Airport around 9:00 a.m. and his plane crashed shortly after taking off. Palmer was killed on impact. “Once we were aware of the crash, the runway was […]

  • Man injured, 6 pets killed in house fire connected to West Valley homicide

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — A Utah man says he’s in shock after a neighbor allegedly set his house on fire Thursday, just after the same neighbor allegedly shot and killed a West Valley City code enforcement officer. Ryan Luke spent his Thursday morning like he would any other, working in his home office. “I was just working away and I hear what sounds like a gunshot,” Luke said. “I thought a tire blew out.” Twenty minutes later, he heard […]

  • I-80 closures in Parleys Canyon extended at least one night

    SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — The Utah Department of Transportation is extending overnight closures on I-80 in Parleys Canyon, and westbound lanes will close again Wednesday night. The agency confirmed the extension of the closures early Wednesday morning, saying they were unable to complete the work as expected overnight and apologizing for the inconvenience. We were unable to complete the girder installation last night. Westbound I-80 will need to close again tonight from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. from Jeremy Ranch […]

  • Utah Cold Case Coalition now offering $3,000 reward in more than 200 cases

    SALT LAKE CITY — August has been designated Cold Case Month in Utah, and a reward of $3,000 is being offered for information that leads to a conviction in any of the state’s open cold cases. The Utah Cold Case Coalition, law enforcement and others gathered Tuesday to discuss Cold Case Month, the new reward and the state database for cold cases created this year. Senate Bill 160, also known as “Rosie’s Law”, was passed earlier this year and took […]

  • Crews rescue motorcyclist stranded overnight in Davis County

    DAVIS COUNTY, Utah — A man who took a road bike up a trail in Davis County was rescued Tuesday morning after being stranded overnight. According to authorities, Monday night the man was riding a motorcycle on a trail not designed for motorized vehicles and got stuck. The man was able to call his brother around 9 p.m. Monday and tell him he was stuck in the area of Davis Creek and Ricks Creek before his phone battery died. The […]