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
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    UTAH COUNTY — A woman in Payson is still wondering how her kitten, Milo, is alive after he rode under her car through several cities. Jessica Mosher thought she had lost Milo. “Everyone else is like, ‘It’s just a cat, it’s not a big deal,’ and I’m like, ‘It’s my baby,'” she said. She spent the day searching for the cat, even posting on Facebook in a desperate plea to be reunited with her pet. Then she figured out the […]

  • UDOT crews tackle first big snowstorm of the season

    BIG COTTONWOOD CANYON, Utah — As the day grew closer to an end Saturday, Big Cottonwood Canyon filled more and more with snow. It’s the first big snowfall of the season. Utah Department of Transportation crews spent the day at Big Cottonwood Canyon, Little Cottonwood Canyon and Parley’s Canyon. Plows cleared the roads until 10 p.m. and will start again at 4 a.m. Sunday, according to UDOT spokesman John Gleason. The pavement is still warm, so snowfall in the Salt […]

  • Rocky Mountain Power crews busy as cold weather comes in

    MIDVALE, Utah — Rocky Mountain Power crews stay busy year-round to work on minimizing power outages, but they can only do so much. Fall and spring are the busiest times for power outages, spokesperson Tiffany Erickson said. “When we have leaves on the trees and we get an early snow, that can often cause a lot of problems because you’ve got those weighted leaves that will weigh down the branches and break and you see quite a few outages then,” […]

  • Hospitals face shortage of vital pediatric cancer drug

    ‘Everyone needs to be screaming about this’ Nationwide shortage of childhood cancer-fighting drug There is a nationwide shortage of the vital pediatric cancer-fighting drug, Vincristine. The sole supplier of the drug, Pfizer/Hospira, credits the shortage to a manufacturing delay, according to a notice from the Children’s Oncology Group. “Vincristine is such an important drug for the duration of the entire two-year treatment for children with cancer,” Dr. Richard Lemons said. Dr. Lemons is a Pediatric Hematology Oncologist for Primary Children’s […]

  • Fall Break travelers expected to increase crowds at Salt Lake International

    SALT LAKE CITY – Utahns fly out of town for fall break Tens of thousands of people flew out of Salt Lake International Airport Wednesday. About 30,000 people were expected to go through security Wednesday. Around 25,000 passengers usually fly out of the airport on what officials call a ‘busy’ day. While there were certainly extra travelers, many people were shocked and excited by the short security lines. “I was worried. My wife wasn’t worried but I was because you […]

  • Demolition begins on Swift building in Ogden after major EPA cleanup

    OGDEN, Utah — The first phase of demolishing the Swift building in West Ogden began Tuesday as a shed attached to the building came down piece by piece. Part of the area will be used to help the city re-open a kayak park that used to be here, Ogden City Chief Administrative Officer Mark Johnson said. “Today is just another day of progress towards this whole area,” Johnson said. The rest of the building will be demolished within the next […]

  • Lawyer advocating for change after adoption fraud scheme

    SALT LAKE CITY – At least 19 women from the Marshall Islands planned to give up their babies for adoption in the U.S. through what is now being called an adoption scheme spanning across many states. Arizona attorney and politician Paul Petersen was arrested and accused of facilitating so-called “baby mills” in Utah, Arizona and Arkansas. Some of the at least 13 families planning to adopt those babies are in Utah, according to attorney Josh Bryant. Now, Bryant is working […]

  • ‘It is a beautiful thing’: Riverdale Home Depot receives $5,000 worth of stolen goods back

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  • Sen. Mitt Romney hosts round table to discuss vaping ‘crisis’

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  • Health department reports Utah’s first vaping-related death

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  • Early freeze means time to winterize your home

    SALT LAKE CITY — People could see some record-breaking freezing temperatures this week in Utah, which means it is time for people to winterize their homes. While winter isn’t officially here, it will certainly feel like it this week. “This much of a freeze this early on can really catch people off guard,” said Rich Woodruff with the American Red Cross. The time to prepare is now, Woodruff said. “Leave the faucet dripping just a little bit with some luke-warm […]

  • Kanye West surprises SLC fans during faith-filled weekend

    SALT LAKE CITY — Thousands of fans packed The Gateway in Salt Lake City Saturday afternoon for a chance to see Kanye West. The impromptu free “Sunday Service” concert brought fans from all over Utah. The area was packed, and people were doing anything to find the perfect view, newlyweds Hannah and Taylor Wimberly said. “You could feel it and hear it. It looked like ‘The Walking Dead,'” Hannah said. “So many people — like the apocalypse. It was crazy. […]

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