Emily Tencer, FOX 13 NOW

Emily Tencer

FOX 13 NOW

Omaha, NE, United States

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  • KETV NewsWatch 7
  • KCCI News
  • WXII 12 News

Recent articles by Emily:

Utah State basketball player from Ukraine responds after Colorado State fans chant 'Russia'

Colorado State fans are under fire for their behavior at Saturday night’s basketball game when their fan section repeatedly chanted “Russia” at Max Shulga, a Utah State player who is from Ukraine. → Read More

Ogden teacher arrested for using charity donations for personal use

An Ogden teacher has been arrested after an investigation showed she used money designated for a children's charity and used it for personal items instead. → Read More

Farmers take extra precautions as extreme wind chill hits Utah

A Wind Chill Warning is in effect in Tooele County until Monday at noon, with wind chills as low as 30 below. It’s weather that a normal farm animal can handle with the help of some shelter and hay. → Read More

Utahns celebrate Lunar New Year with hope despite tragedy in California

The shooting in California has affected many Asian and Asian-American families celebrating the holiday here in Utah, but they refuse to let fear overshadow important, traditional events. → Read More

Murray family demanding justice for brother after deadly officer-involved shooting

A Murray family is demanding justice for their brother after he died in a shooting with police two summers ago. → Read More

Utah Jazz fans welcome Spida back to Vivint Arena with (mostly) open arms

Tuesday night’s dreary, rainy weather had no sway on the excitement and anticipation of All-Star Donovan Mitchell’s return to Utah. → Read More

Closures of highway, resorts leave eager visitors stuck in Little Cottonwood Canyon

Alta and Snowbird ski resorts had to shut off their lifts and keep guests and employees indoors all day Sunday due to extreme conditions and avalanche danger. → Read More

Utah's Jewish community, supporters gather for first night of Hannukah

Members of Utah’s Jewish community and its supporters gathered together Sunday inside the State Capitol to celebrate the first night of Hanukkah. → Read More

Eight Utahns charged for dietary supplement scam

Multiple people were indicted by a federal grand jury for selling a “nutraceutical” (nutrition pharmaceutical) that could allegedly treat seizures, cancer, erectile dysfunction, and help lose weight. → Read More

Iron County to hold meeting to address ballot mail-out issues from recent election

Despite many investigations and conversations, Iron County is still working to figure out what went wrong last month when mail-in ballots arrived too late — or not at all. → Read More

Family mourns siblings killed in West Valley City car crash

West Valley City Police have identified the two people who died in a car crash over the weekend as 32-year-old Bebs Tisha Lee Valencia and 40-year-old Myron Marcello Singer. → Read More

Iranians in Utah uncertain about reports on country's 'morality police'

After months of worldwide protests, an Iranian official has suggested its morality police could be shut down -- but some believe this announcement is a false attempt to ease international tension. → Read More

Utah family mourns man's death after body found in burning car

There have been no new updates from South Jordan Police, but a family has come forward, saying the person killed is their brother, 50-year-old Gino Montoya. → Read More

Families of West Valley elementary schoolers relieved after shooting scare declared false alarm

When word of a possible incident at a West Valley City school got out on Monday, panicked and confused parents soon began showing up with more questions than answers. → Read More

From roads to skies, a busy post-Thanksgiving weekend of travel

Sunday was one of the busiest travel days of the year with long lines at the airport and lots of traffic on the roads. → Read More

Utah's LGBTQ+ community holds vigil for Colorado Springs shooting victims

An act of violence that left five people dead and more than a dozen injured at a Colorado Springs gay club over the weekend has shaken Utah's LGBTQ+ community. → Read More

Skiers hope traffic issues calm down after busy, crowded opening weekend in Big Cottonwood

It was a busy weekend up in Big Cottonwood Canyon for skiers and snowboarders who found themselves waiting a long time in their cars and in the lift lines. → Read More

Iron County residents forced to vote in person due to ballot mailing delays

Election Day is just a day away, and voters in Iron County say they got their mail-in ballot too late or not at all. → Read More

Vigil held for 1-year anniversary of Utah girl's tragic death

Sunday marked one year since the death of Foxboro Elementary student Izzy Tichenor. Her family said the 10-year-old died by suicide after being bullied at school for her race and disability. → Read More

Utes' victory extra special for family of recently-passed superfan

The Utah Utes' victory was extra special for one Taylorsville family, who lost a loved one the day before the game. → Read More