Adam Small

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Adam Small is a reporter for Utah's Morning News on KSL NewsRadio. When he's not chasing his little girl, Adam enjoys sports, movies, video games, and just chilling at home with family or visiting friends. You can contact him at asmall@ksl.com.

Salt Lake seeing highest drop in home sales, national report finds

Utah's home sales are dropping fast according to a new national report. Prices have dropped by 48% in the last 12 months.
3 months ago

Experts urge gun safety as child gun deaths see higher rates

Experts say that the number of gun deaths and gun suicide is a big concern, and urged safety practices for gun owners.
3 months ago

One person injured, suspects being sought after rolling shootout in Murray

An alleged robbery led to a shootout in the streets of Murray, Utah on Sunday. Police said at least one person was injured.
3 months ago

Ski resorts continue opening around the state

Ski resorts around the state are opening. Thanks to the increased level of snowfall resorts are pushing their opening days earlier.
3 months ago

Utah receives grant to study the indium deposit in West Desert

Indium, found in West Desert, is a mineral used to create the clear protective coating on smartphones and display screens.
3 months ago

What Salt Lake County voters are saying on Election Day

Despite the rainy weather, voters are showing up to vote in person or drop off their ballots on Election Day 2022.
3 months ago

Uber in-app recording arrives in Salt Lake City and five other cities

A pilot program allows Uber riders and drivers to record their trips. Riders will be alerted to whether their Uber driver is recording.
3 months ago

HPV vaccine rate for Utah teens increasing

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah historically had one of the lowest rates of teens getting the HPV vaccine, but new data shows that’s changing. According to data from the CDC, Utah’s HPV vaccination rate for kids ages 13 to 17 has jumped 16.4% since 2020. That increase moves Utah from 44th to 20th in the […]
3 months ago

University of Utah Police training to build trust with students

University of Utah Police have made numerous changes since the scrutiny that came with Lauren McCluskey's murder in 2018.
3 months ago

Redefining a pay gap among Utah’s executive branch employees

The results of a pay gap study within Utah's executive branch change, somewhat, when non-demographic factors are considered.
3 months ago

Alleged shooter in road rage incident facing multiple charges

The 50-year-old suspect was arrested and booked on multiple charges after a road rage incident in Kaysville.
3 months ago

Some businesses near Sugar House fire may take weeks to reopen

The fire closure affects Sugar House businesses like Buffalo Wild Wings, Cold Stone Creamery, Cubby's and a handful of others.
3 months ago

Some Sugar House residents unable to move back in as fire continues to smolder

As the embers continue to smolder at the scene of the Sugar House fire, officials say residents can't come back to due to the current threat of a collapse.
3 months ago

Officials and residents still dealing with aftermath of Sugar House fire

The Sugar House fire started late Tuesday night but locals are still feeling its effects. Fire crews are continuing to monitor what's left of the fire.
3 months ago

Voter registration deadline approaching

For mail-in voting, all ballots must be sent out by Nov. 7. Registered voters who participated in the last two election cycles should've been automatically sent a ballot in the mail.
3 months ago

Recent bear attacks have Utah wildlife officials urging preparedness and caution

Humans and bears can coexist in the wild if humans are prepared, conscientious about food practices, and maintain a healthy fear of the animals.
4 months ago

Winter makes grand entrance in Utah

Much of Utah saw it's first real dose of snow over the weekend. The winter weather caused treacherous driving conditions.
4 months ago

Legislative committee advances bill concerning gender-affirming surgeries

Gender-affirming surgeries would be banned for minors until the age of 18, but opponents are concerned with potential legal challenges.
4 months ago

City Council votes to advance tiny-home village on Salt Lake City’s west side

A new tiny home village, built by the Other Side Acadamey, will house roughly 400 to 450 people on Salt Lake City's west side.
4 months ago

Experts discuss combating gun violence across partisan lines

A panel of experts discussed gun violence today at the University of Utah's Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute.
4 months ago

Its time to turn off the sprinklers and stop watering your lawn

Experts say to stop watering your lawn, but recommend using this time of year to fertilize your grass and clean your irrigation system.
4 months ago

Fire crews investigating after woman’s death in Centerville apartment fire

The Centerville fire broke out Wednesday night at an apartment complex at 88 W 50th Street. Residents were evacuated but one woman died in her unit.
4 months ago

Aggressive deer encounters have wildlife officials encouraging caution

Aggressive deer have wildlife officials giving safety tips on managing encounters with wild animals. Officials say, to keep your distance.
4 months ago

5-year-old hit while riding bike on path to recovery, gets a special visitor

A 5-year-old boy who was hit by a truck while riding his bike on Wednesday is making progress in his recovery at Primary Children's Hospital.
4 months ago