Adam Mason

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Website: http://www.staging.kslnewsradio.com

Adam Mason is a digital content producer for KSL NewsRadio, a huge Jazz fan, and a BYU graduate. You can reach him at amason@bonneville.com

UPDATE: North Blue Fire to be 100% contained by the end of the day.

Authorities responded to a new wildfire, the North Blue Fire, Thursday afternoon near Vernal. It was caused by lightning.
4 months ago

Henri becomes a hurricane as it moves toward the Northeast

The urgency of preparations for a monster storm hitting parts of the Northeast became a priority Saturday when Henri was promoted to a hurricane as the tropical system moved closer to landfall, expected to hit Long Island and Connecticut first.
1 year ago

Smoky skies in northern Utah with thunderstorms in southern Utah; flash flooding possible

The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City says smoky skies will remain in parts of northern Utah and there will be thunderstorms with a possibility of flash floods in southern parts of the state on Sunday.
1 year ago

Messy Grand Teton camp draws bear; Idaho woman fined $5.8K

A judge has ordered an Idaho woman to pay over $5,800 for leaving trash out that attracted a grizzly bear to her campsite in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park.
1 year ago

National Weather Service: smoky skies here until Tuesday, if not longer

The National Weather Service Salt Lake City says people can expect to see smoky skies until at least Tuesday if not longer for some parts of the state.
1 year ago

Billionaire Richard Branson reaches space in his own ship

Swashbuckling entrepreneur Richard Branson hurtled into space aboard his own winged rocket ship Sunday, beating out fellow billionaire Jeff Bezos.
1 year ago

National Weather Service for Salt Lake City issues excessive heat warning for parts of the state

The National Weather Service for Salt Lake City has issued an excessive heat warning for parts of Utah which will be in effect until 9 P.M. tomorrow.
1 year ago

Claudette weakens to a tropical depression but still drenches Gulf Coast and the Southeast

What was Tropical Storm Claudette has now become a tropical depression but was still dumping heavy rain as it pushed into the Southeast Saturday evening, threatening to add to the flooding it already has left in parts of four states.
1 year ago

New wildfire sparked off Highway 28 just south of Levan

Utah Wildfire Information announced a new wildfire Saturday afternoon that sparked just off Highway 28 south of Levan.
1 year ago

New wildfire sparks near Wasatch Mountain State Park

A new wildfire sparked near Wasatch Mountain State Park Thursday. Fire authorities are calling the blaze the Pine Canyon Fire.
1 year ago

Utah Jazz majority owner says Utah on verge of being economic powerhouse

The Utah Jazz majority owner Ryan Smith joined Governor Spencer Cox for a special one-on-one virtual conference and said the state is poised to be an economic powerhouse.
1 year ago

American Fork police, others, arrest suspect after officer-involved shooting and car chase

Police from American Fork and Pleasant Grove safely apprehended a suspect after officers fired their weapons and a vehicle pursuit.
2 years ago

‘Hooked on a Feeling’ singer B.J. Thomas dies at 78

B.J. Thomas, the Grammy-winning singer who enjoyed success on the pop, country and gospel charts with such hits as “I Just Can’t Help Believing,” “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head” and “Hooked on a Feeling,” has died.
2 years ago

Donovan Mitchell ‘felt better than anticipated’ after returning from ankle injury in Game 2

Utah Jazz shooting guard Donovan Mitchell says he 'felt better than anticipated' after returning from his ankle injury to play 26 minutes in Game 2 of the NBA Playoffs.
2 years ago

University of Utah announces plan for full-capacity stadium for 2021 season

The University of Utah athletic program officially announced its plans for full capacity stadium for the football team's 2021 season at Rice-Eccles stadium.
2 years ago

Two workers from Wasatch Electric electrocuted while working in West Valley City

Lieutenant Manfred Lassig from Unified Police Department says two male workers from Wasatch Electric were electrocuted while working in West Valley City.
2 years ago

New climbing Olympic sport coming to Salt Lake before debuting in Tokyo

Salt Lake City is set to host back-to-back IFSC climbing World Cups which gives locals an opportunity to preview the new Olympic sport before it debuts in Tokyo.
2 years ago

Donovan Mitchell completes full practice, will be ready for Game 1 Sunday

The Utah Jazz's shooting guard Donovan Mitchell completed a full practice with the team Thursday and says he plans to be ready for game one on Sunday.
2 years ago

Another avalanche triggered near same location of fatal slide; no injuries reported

A second avalanche triggered in the Dutch Draw area just days after a slide took the life of Matt Tauszik from Salt Lake City.
3 years ago

Hong Kong police storm university held by protesters

Police breached a Hong Kong university campus held by protesters early Monday after an all-night siege that included firing repeated barrages of tear gas and water cannons.
3 years ago

Vigil planned for victims of California school shooting

A candlelight vigil is planned Sunday evening to remember two students shot and killed by a classmate at his Southern California high school as investigators try to determine what prompted the deadly attack that left three other teens wounded.
3 years ago

Small plane crashes in Roy near I-15 leaving two in critical condition

Authorities responded to a small plane crash in Roy near I-15 on Sunday afternoon which left two people in critical condition.
3 years ago

Utes Football move up to No. 7 in AP Top 25 poll after rout of UCLA

The Utes Football program moved up a spot in the AP Top 25 poll after dismantling the UCLA Bruins 49-3 on Saturday.
3 years ago

Utah Utes routs UCLA 49-3 to improve to 9-1

The Utah Utes dominated yet another opponent on both sides of the ball.
3 years ago