Sydney Glenn joined the FOX 13 news team in Sept. 2019 as a multi-media journalist.
After three years in Myrtle Beach, S.C. as an anchor and multi-media journalist, Sydney is happy to be back closer to home. As an Arizona native, Sydney grew up skiing in Deer Valley and has spent many summers in Park City escaping Arizona’s heat. She is excited to call Utah home!
Sydney covered a wide variety of stories while in Myrtle Beach. She spent weeks covering the before, during and aftermath of Hurricanes Matthew, Irma and Florence. She also covered a deadly mass shooting in Florence, SC. that left two police officers dead. There were also many happy stories in between where Sydney was able to highlight incredible people in the community. She enjoyed exploring the East Coast and trying out classic southern dishes like chicken bog and cheesy grits.
Sydney graduated from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in 2016 where she majored in broadcast journalism and minored in meteorology. Her love for storytelling started at a young age and she considers herself a news junkie.
When she’s not at work, you can find Sydney traveling, volunteering, spending time with friends and family or out shopping for good deals.
If you have a story idea, you can send Sydney an email at

Recent Articles
  • ‘A lot of tears shed on our street’: Community reacts to Grantsville shooting

    GRANTSVILLE, Utah — A shooting that left four dead and one hospitalized in Grantsville has shocked a tight-knit and normally peaceful neighborhood. One teenager is in custody after police say he shot five people — killing four and wounding another — in the home where they all lived on Eastmoor. “Grantsville is relatively a quiet community, and we don’t see things like this typically,” said Grantsville Police Cpl. Rhonda Fields. One neighbor spoke to FOX 13 the day after the […]

  • Three children, one adult dead in Grantsville shooting

    GRANTSVILLE, Utah — Police are investigating a shooting in Grantsville that left four people dead and one injured Friday night. Police say the shooting occurred at about 7 p.m. on Eastmoor between Main Street and 130 South. They were told there might be bodies inside the home when they arrived. Once they were on scene, they found the four deceased, including three juveniles and an adult female. The fifth individual who was shot — an adult male — was taken […]

  • Herriman High school guys want to make sure all the female students know they matter

    HERRIMAN, Utah — Valentine’s Day is supposed to be a day of love. It’s often a day filled with candy, flowers, balloons and jewelry. In 2019, the National Retail Federation estimated Americans would spend more than $20 billion on the holiday. It’s a day some love, and others hate. The female students at Herriman High School have a reason to love the day this year, whether or not they have a significant other. The Herriman High Men’s Cross Country Team […]

  • Four plane crashes near Ogden-Hinckley Airport since 2017

    WEBER COUNTY, Utah — A small plane crashed into a Weber County neighborhood Wednesday afternoon, leaving a 64-year-old pilot dead. This isn’t the first time a plane has crashed in the area. This marks the fourth plane crash in the area since 2017. FOX 13 spoke with the Airport Manager for the City of Ogden to discuss local people’s concerns. Many people have expressed their worry about the series of plane crashes. “We do 112,000 operations a year. 10,000 a […]

  • Herriman woman working to bring light to Puerto Rico amid devastation

    Puerto Ricans continue to face devastating effects as massive earthquakes continue to crumble homes, businesses, churches and more. People are sleeping in their cars or tents, not knowing when the next quake could hit. “The good thing about us Puerto Ricans is that we don’t give up,” said Carolee Hernandez, who was born and raised in Puerto Rico. It’s not easy for anyone to see this type of devastation, but it’s especially difficult to see the place you were born […]

  • Family members confirm body of missing Utah woman has been found in Florida

    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A Utah woman who went missing on a work trip in Florida was found dead Saturday morning. She was reportedly found by divers in a body of water near the hotel she was staying in. Kelly Glover was last seen at The Westin Fort Lauderdale Thursday at 2 a.m. Her husband, Adam Bremer, said she was last seen on security footage heading to the exit stairs, but there is no footage of her actually outside. She […]

  • Holladay woman vanishes while on work trip in Florida

    UPDATE: FAMILY MEMBERS HAVE CONFIRMED KELLY’S BODY WAS FOUND SATURDAY MORNING IN FLORIDA. FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Police in Fort Lauderdale are searching for a Utah woman who went missing while on a work trip this week. Kelly Glover was last seen at The Westin Fort Lauderdale Thursday at 2 a.m. Her husband, Adam Bremer, said she was last seen on security footage heading to the exit stairs, but there is no footage of her actually outside. She was last […]

  • Classic burger joint serves up kangaroo burgers, some call it ‘insensitive’

    ROY, Utah — The Burger Bar has been around for more than 60 years and it’s a staple in the community. About five years ago, the owners decided to try something new, offering up an exotic burger each month. Throughout the years, the burger joint has offered up more than 20 exotic meats, manager Joe Fowler said. “Camel burgers, llama, alligator, I’m trying to think what else would be interesting. You know, quail, duck, rabbit all sorts of stuff,” he […]

  • ‘We want it to be here for decades to come’: Cotton Bottom Inn getting new owners, more to offer

    HOLLADAY, UTAH — It’s hard to miss the giant sign with the bunny rabbit as you drive into the City of Holladay. The sign leads you to the Cotton Bottom Inn, a bar that’s been a staple in the community for decades. The original owners announced the bar was officially closed, as of the first full week of 2020. While the original owners are saying goodbye, the bar won’t be closed forever, Holladay Mayor Rob Dahle said. The property is […]

  • Some Herriman elementary schools no longer handing out homework

    HERRIMAN, Utah — It’s a growing trend across the nation: more elementary schools moving away from homework. Two elementary schools in Herriman — Butterfield Canyon and Bastian — have decided to get rid of homework this school year. It wasn’t a quick decision, the Butterfield Canyon Elementary School principal said. A few years back, a previous school superintendent shared some research from John Hattie, who argues that homework for elementary school students is not effective. “When there is research to […]

  • People up before the sun New Year’s Day to hit the slope

    People woke up to a blanket of fresh white snow to start off 2020. While many people slept in on the holiday after ringing in the new year, some were up before the sun. “It’s just nice to beat the traffic, to get first tracks. Usually, we will bring a grill and have breakfast in the parking lot,” Nathan Hansen said as he prepared to head to Alta. Little Cottonwood Canyon was filled with cars, as people worked their way […]

  • Ultimate Ute fans watch Alamo Bowl in ultimate man cave

    RIVERTON, Utah — On a quiet street in Riverton, you can’t miss the Utah red in the front yard. From the outside, you’ll see the Utah Football flag, sign and welcome mat. But it’s when you walk inside the Gamboas’ house that you really understand how big of fans this family is. Albert Gamboa loves the Utah Utes. “From the moment I started living here in this amazing state, in this wonderful city, I fell in love with the university,” […]

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