Nate Carlisle, FOX 13 NOW

Nate Carlisle

FOX 13 NOW

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Recent articles by Nate:

Utah's ties to white supremacist group arrested near Idaho pride event

Six men with Utah ties were among those arrested near a Pride rally in Idaho on Saturday where authorities believe they were planning to start a riot. → Read More

How Idaho barley is raising the price of Utah beer

The price of a specific type of barley is rising, which is leading to a subsequent rise in beer prices. → Read More

Report faults operator of drill rig that landed on car in Salt Lake City

The operator, who was the only person injured when a drill rig collapsed earlier this year in Salt Lake City, failed to follow the manufacturer’s procedures, according to a report from Utah Occupational Safety and Health. → Read More

Son involved in Rust Rare Coin scheme sentenced to prison, probation, restitution

The final defendant in the Rust Rare Coin Ponzi scheme was sentenced Tuesday. → Read More

She replaced ‘Dr. Death.’ Now she’s suing his old Utah company for discrimination

The former head scientist at Discgenics is suing Christopher Duntsch's old company, saying she was harassed and denied advancement. → Read More

Vivint Smart Home agrees to pay restitution to customers in Arizona

The state of Arizona and Vivint Smart Home have settled a case that the attorney general there called “false representations to induce customers to sign a contract.” → Read More

FOX 13 Investigates: LDS leader Brad Wilcox has been teaching Utah boys about puberty for decades

The video starts with: “I’m Brad Wilcox and I’m going to be presenting a maturation clinic at this school here in just a few minutes.” → Read More

Utah man sentenced for role in Jan. 6 riots in DC

A fourth Utahn was sentenced Monday for his role in the U.S. Capitol riot, while another prominent defendant has indicated he also intends to plead guilty. → Read More

FOX 13 Investigates: Ute people alter way of life despite little evidence uranium mill is polluting

WHITE MESA, Utah — A few miles from Michael Badback’s home are springs bubbling from the brown soil of southeast Utah. “They used to bring us here when we were children,” Badback said standing beside the spring. “And we used to cut sumac bushes,” he added, “they make baskets and they used to come and collect sumac berries to make porridge for everybody to drink.” “We don't do that anymore.”… → Read More

Former SLC police officer may face jail time for role in U.S. Capitol riot

Federal prosecutors are asking that a retired Salt Lake City police detective be sentenced to to 45 days in jail plus 36 months’ probation, 60 hours of community service, and $500 in restitution for his role in the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol Building. → Read More

Gaylen Rust sentenced to 19 years in prison for $200 million Ponzi scheme

Gaylen D. Rust was sentenced to 19 years in prison for one of the largest Ponzi schemes in Utah history. → Read More

Gaylen Rust sentenced to 19 years in prison for $200 million Ponzi scheme

Calling it one of the largest Ponzi schemes in Utah history, a federal judge on Tuesday sentenced the mastermind behind the scam to 19 years in prison. → Read More

FOX 13 Investigates: Utah bank listed as owner for airplanes of Russian billionaires

For years, the Bank of Utah has managed trusts that allow the wealthy to fly the world on private jets. Now, some of those airplanes are showing up in a Twitter account following the travels of two Russian billionaires – Leonard Blavatnik and Leonid Mikhelson. → Read More

Report shows how many Utah National Guard soldiers are refusing vaccinations

The Utah National Guard is vaccinated at a lesser rate than active-duty branches of the military. → Read More

Moab to replace police chief who was collecting sick pay while promoting other employment

Moab Chief of Police Bret Edge has been released from his position after controversy arose over his official time off. → Read More

Moab to replace police chief who was collecting sick pay while promoting other employment

Moab will seek a new police chief, even as the current chief returned to work Monday after about four months of leave → Read More

Former Utah police detective pleads guilty to charge from Capitol insurrection

A retired Salt Lake City police detective pleaded guilty Friday to a misdemeanor stemming from the riot at the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

FOX 13 Investigates: Utah police chief was collecting sick pay while promoting other employment

On Nov. 8, Bret Edge’s Twitter account posted a photo of someone wrapped in a blanket holding a dog while sitting on slickrock. → Read More

First Utahn to be sentenced for Capitol insurrection avoids prison

A Sandy man who stole a U.S. flag during the Capitol insurrection on January 6, 2021 has been sentenced to three months of home confinement and three years of probation. → Read More

Sandy man stole U.S. flag during Capitol insurrection, FBI says

Federal prosecutors want a 24-year-old Sandy man to serve three months in prison for rioting at the U.S. Capitol. → Read More