Aimee Cobabe

Sen. Mike Lee tells KSL NewsRadio he was not trying to overturn 2020 election

Sen. Lee maintains that text messages with the Trump administration showed he wanted states to investigate any potential election problems.
5 months ago

Avian flu in Utah causes worry in pet owners

A Utah veterinarian explained there is no reason to worry about your cats or dogs getting the avian flu. He encouraged pet vaccinations.
5 months ago

Goldman Sachs warns of potential recession in the next two years

Goldman Sachs predicts there’s a 35 percent chance we’ll have a recession in the next 2 years. 
5 months ago

Reaction to text messages from Sen. Lee to the Trump administration about 2020 election

A spokesman for Sen. Lee said the text messages "tell the story of a US Senator fulfilling his duty to Utah and the American people."
6 months ago

Department of Emergency Management defends not sending out typical Amber Alert

An unusual Amber Alert was sent out Wednesday night after three kids went missing. The Department of Emergency Management explained the alert.
6 months ago

How will our latest snow storm impact the drought? 

A fresh layer of snow now tops Utah's mountains but it won’t make much of an impact on our drought, according to KSL Meterologist Kevin Eubank
6 months ago

Winter storm could impact fruit trees and fruit harvest this summer

Recent winter storms could impact fruit trees' production rates. Certain steps can be taken to protect against winter-storm implications.
6 months ago

Amber Alert for two missing girls worked perfectly according to police

Riverton Police say an Amber Alert worked perfectly after two sisters were found safe Sunday night.
6 months ago

Corporate profit in US saw huge leap in 2021

A DMBA financial planner explained how the economic recovery is going better than expected; the U.S. saw a 25% jump in corporate profit in 2021.
6 months ago

Utah joins mask mandate lawsuit against federal government

The lawsuit claims the mask mandate on planes and other public transportation is illegal and prohibitive in states that have banned mask mandates.
6 months ago

Arches reservation system begins April 3, lasts through October

There were a record 1.8 million visitors to Arches in 2021, and between 2009 and 2019 visitor usage increased by 66%.
6 months ago

Murat Suljovic of SLC sentenced after admitting to trying to help ISIS

Court documents show Murat Suljovic pretended to be a leader of the terrorist group online. He was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison.
6 months ago

Jon Huntsman pessimistic about Putin and Russia’s invasion in Ukraine

Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman served as a U.S. ambassador to Moscow for two years, he shared his thoughts on the war in Ukraine.
7 months ago

The Fed’s rate increase will hit car loans, new mortgages, credit cards

The expected interest rate increase on Wednesday is an attempt to slow inflation by first slowing borrowing and spending. 
7 months ago

It’s time to change the clocks again, despite efforts to end daylight saving time

Daylight saving time will change the clocks this Sunday. Opposition to the practice continues but hasn't been successful.
7 months ago

Missing Roosevelt 13-year-old found safe after meeting man on Oculus

Oculus is a virtual reality gaming platform with no parental control operated by Meta (formerly Facebook). A Facebook account is required.
7 months ago

Utah bill may make online dating apps safer

Utah lawmakers are working on a bill to require dating apps warn their users about the dangers of online dating, and encourage safe practices.
7 months ago

Utahns are reportedly paying more in inflation than other states

A report by the U.S. Congressional Joint Economic Committee found that Utahns are paying more in inflation that other states.
7 months ago

Utah lawmakers pull back on plan to do away with money earmark

Lawmakers have argued the change is needed to give more flexibility to the budget because sales tax revenue is not growing.
7 months ago

50 spots in Utah with the name “squaw” could soon be renamed

The U.S. Department of the Interior is taking a step forward in removing the name “Squaw” from hundreds of federal locations. 
7 months ago

Next winter storm will bring strong winds to northern Wasatch Front

The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City forecasts strong winds will start building Tuesday night, especially near the mouths of northern canyons.
7 months ago

“Garrity bill,” exempting some statements from public records requests, advances

On Friday, a bill that would make it harder for the public and media to have access to certain statements, known as Garrity statements, advanced to the full House.
8 months ago

Utah Legislature passes bill barring cities and counties from enacting gun regulations

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah lawmakers have approved Senate Bill 115, which would bar the creation of firearm regulations by locally elected officials.  It is now on its way to the governor. The bill’s House sponsor, Republican Rep. Cory Maloy, of Lehi, told his legislative colleagues that the bill clarifies that the power over firearm […]
8 months ago

Bill would require Utah police officers to train on responding to hate crimes

Police could get training to respond to certain types of hate crimes in a new bill.
8 months ago