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
  • Cleanup underway after 250-gallon paint spill in South Salt Lake

    SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah — Cleanup crews continue to removed hundreds of gallons of paint from a heavily traveled road after a striping truck sprang a leak Wednesday afternoon. Six blocks of the heavily traveled roadway got a shiny new coat of white paint after a piece broke off of a road striping truck’s pant drum – and it made quite the mess. “Imagine somebody driving 35-to-40 miles per hour down a roadway with an open two-inch spigot,” said South […]

  • 16-year-old killed in accidental shooting as brothers played with shotgun in Kearns, police say

    KEARNS, Utah — A 16-year-old boy was killed in an accidental shooting as two brothers played with a firearm Monday. Sgt. Melody Gray of the Unified Police Department said police responded to a home near 5000 West and 5400 South just before 9 a.m. A 16-year-old boy suffered fatal injuries as he and his 17-year-old brother were playing with a shotgun, which went off accidentally, according to police. Gray said the boys were in a bedroom “playing” with the gun […]

  • Explosion and fire levels cabin in the Timber Lakes area of Wasatch County

    WASATCH COUNTY, Utah – There was an explosion and fire at a cabin in the Timber Lakes area of Wasatch County Sunday. Janet Carson, a PIO with the Wasatch County Fire Department said crews were dispatched to the cabin on Cottonwood Lane around 1:15 p.m. Investigators said it looked more like a bomb had exploded than a fire. “At least 200 yards out, there’s debris in the trees, chunks of sheetrock, dishes, the fridge is actually up on the other […]

  • Montana Highway Patrol members stand guard over trooper shot in the line of duty as he clings to life in Utah hospital

    SALT LAKE CITY — For the first time Saturday night, we heard from those close to a Montana Highway Patrol trooper, who remains in critical condition at the University of Utah Hospital. A photo shows both Montana and Utah police officers lining the hallways of the University of Utah Hospital, standing guard over Montana Highway Patrol trooper, Wade Palmer. “We won’t leave his side, there’s going to be somebody here for the duration, until he’s back in Montana,” said Sergeant […]

  • Ladies Spa Night in Salt Lake City raises thousands to fight child sex trafficking

    SALT LAKE CITY – Hundreds of women got a little self-indulgent to save lives, receiving as many spa services as they can for a $50 donation at the 3rd Annual Ladies Spa Night. Four hundred women took to the Leonardo Museum in Salt Lake City Friday night for three floors worth of beauty centers offering up unlimited spa services for just three hours. For just $50, women made a mad dash to the different floors, trying to squeeze in as […]

  • Police identify intruder shot, killed by homeowner in Murray

    MURRAY, Utah — Police have identified a man who was shot and killed after entering a Murray home uninvited Sunday. Authorities identified the intruder who was killed as 32-year-old Andrew W. Miller. According to the Murray Police Department, Miller broke into a residence near 5900 South and 400 East around 7 p.m. Sunday. Some sort of altercation between Miller and the homeowner ensued. The homeowner was armed and shot the intruder at least once. “At some point somewhere in the […]

  • Six days after husband’s disappearance, Utah woman hopes to find answers at ‘Missing in Utah’ event

    SANDY, Utah – Families, searching for answers and loved ones, flocked to the inaugural “Missing in Utah” event Saturday to update and create missing person reports. “It’s very emotional,” said Detective Jessica Kilgore with the Salt Lake City Police Department as she described the long and sometimes tedious process that comes alongside filing a missing person report. She was one of many detectives lined up to offer services to families hoping to find answers. Some were there to update cases […]

  • New Latter-Day Saint Temple in Rome dedicated

    ROME — Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints dedicated the faith’s new Temple in Rome Sunday. The Church says it took years and extraordinary efforts to build the Temple in the Capital of Catholicism. The Rome Temple is the 162nd LDS Temple in the world with 40 more under construction. “We build temples so our faithful members can visit often and receive the most sacred ordinances of our faith,” LDS President Russell M. Nelson said. The […]

  • Man ditches car, skis down Provo Canyon to avoid avalanche-prompted detour

    PROVO, Utah — After an avalanche prompted the closure of Provo Canyon, a Utah man decided to bypass the lengthy detour with a little back country skiing. Utahn William Perry was driving back from a day of skiing in Park City Friday afternoon when two avalanches prompted the closure of the canyon road he needed to take to get home. “With the rain and the snow that we’ve had up in the mountains it created a really wet and heavy […]

  • Utahns sit-in at governor’s office for LGBT rights

    SALT LAKE CITY — A group of people, disappointed by the outcome of a conversion therapy bill, took to Governor Gary Herbert’s office Thursday to make their voices heard. Sitting on a cold granite floor outside of the Governor’s office, a group of once-strangers came together for LGBT rights. ”We all cross the finish line together and we are all in this battle together and we all want our equal rights together,” said Isaac Reese as he sat in a […]

  • LGBTQ rights activists stage sit-in, get apology from Utah’s governor over conversion therapy ban bill

    SALT LAKE CITY — A group of young LGBTQ rights activists staged a sit-in outside Utah Governor Gary Herber’s office over a gutted bill that banned conversion therapy. House Bill 399 would have prohibited the practice of conversion therapy on LGBTQ children. Conversion therapy is defined as efforts to change someone’s sexual orientation or gender identity. But the bill was dramatically altered in committee. House Judiciary Committee Chairwoman Karianne Lisonbee, R-Clearfield, made a substitute motion that only prohibited abusive practices […]

  • ‘Roofalanches’ putting Utahns at risk amid unusual weather conditions

    BRIGHTON, Utah — Avalanche experts are warning the public about at-home avalanche danger as a mix of warm weather and snow continues to build on this season’s snowpack. Feet and feet of snow continue to pile up in Utah mountains. “It’s no secret the mountains have just been crushed with heavy snow this winter,” said avalanche forecaster, Craig Gordon, with the Utah Avalanche Center. For locals, it’s nothing new. “It’s how winter should be honestly,” said Brighton local, Alicia Fuller, […]

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