KSTU in Salt Lake had a technical meltdown and it delayed the start of the newscast.
The station started to replace the entire newscast with Dr. Oz.
Co-anchors Bob Evans and Hope Woodside appeared briefly at 9 p.m. to announce they wouldn’t be appearing.
"Unfortunately, we are having technical difficulties tonight so we are not going to be able to air our program ‘Fox News at Nine’ at this point," said Woodside.
Evans offered a general explanation of what had gone wrong.
"We live by the computer and die by the computer," he said. "And we’re having computer issues."
They announced the station would air a episode of "Dr. Oz," but about a half hour later the technical staff cured what ailed the KSTU computer system. Or, at least, made it well enough to go on with a delayed newscast.
Station vice president and general manager Tim Ermish it's the first time it’s happened in 10 years."