Glen Beeby

Glen Beeby

News Reporter

Glen Beeby Joined the ABC 4 Utah team in August of 2015. He is a Seattle area native, who loves the outdoors and is excited to explore Utah.

Glen graduated from the Eward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University in 2008. After graduation he began a sports internship at KOMO in Seattle where he covered many of the sports stars he grew up watching as a kid. (Go Hawks, Go M's) Shortly after he became a morning anchor, and reporter at KPIC in Roseburg, Oregon. There he covered the complicated logging issues facing the state, and how the economic downturn effected a small community.

In 2012 Glen moved to Boise, Idaho where he became a reporter for KBOI. He won several awards for his coverage of breaking news on wildfire evacuations. During his time Glen became well known for his investigative reporting on government and consumer issues. Some of his favorite stories are looking out for consumers, and making sure they are not taken advantage of.

In his free time Glen loves to watch movies, and enjoy the outdoors. He is also a space and science enthusiast, which took off after an opportunity to interview Mercury astronaut Scott Carpenter.

Stories

  • Advocacy groups see influx of calls after #MeToo goes viral

    Advocacy groups see influx of calls after #MeToo goes viral

    Sexual assault advocacy groups saw an influx of calls from people seeking help Sunday and Monday. They say it's a direct response to the MeToo campaign going viral on social media which encourages people to share their stories. Advocacy groups see influx of calls after #MeToo goes viral

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  • Candidates for Chaffetz's seat take stage for first debate

    Candidates for Chaffetz's seat take stage for first debate

    SANDY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - There were jokes and even some light jabs, as the candidates vying for the open 3rd Congressional District seat had their first on stage debate.

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  • What exactly is consent?

    What exactly is consent?

    A former football standout accused of rape and forcible sodomy pleaded guilty to reduced charges Thursday. This case is once again bringing the topic of consent to the forefront of the conversation about sexual assault and rape.

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  • Torn apart by war, teen reunites with family after 14 years

    Torn apart by war, teen reunites with family after 14 years

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - After two years of trying, and 14 years apart, a Utah family is reunited with their son. They were separated by the civil war in Somalia, and because of the efforts of several local organizations he was finally able to return to Utah. The new travel ban is set to take effect October 18, and his family was worried 16-year-old Fuad Mohamud wouldn't make it in time. Thankfully for the family, was scheduled to arrive Wednesday night where he was greeted by...

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  • Utah job growth is strong despite national report

    Utah job growth is strong despite national report

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - Monthly national jobs report showed a loss for the first time in seven years. Economist note this may be a fluke, but say Utah's job growth is nearly double the national average.

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