Becky Bruce

Becky Bruce

Website: http://www.ksl.com

Becky Bruce is the news director of KSL NewsRadio. She has been with KSL since 2007. You can contact her at bbruce@ksl.com.

One killed, one wounded in shooting after Draper party

Draper police continue to search for the gunman responsible for the shooting, described him as having facial tattoos, including "801" over one eyebrow. 
2 months ago

BLM acknowledges crews damaged Mill Canyon Dinosaur Tracksite

Some dinosaur footprints at Mill Canyon suffered minor damage, which the BLM says happened when construction crews worked to replace a boardwalk. 
2 months ago

Latter-day Saints call first Black woman to serve in a general presidency

The first day of the 192nd Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints brought a first for the faith: The calling of a Black woman to serve in a general presidency. 
2 months ago

Police shoot carjacking suspect Saturday in Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City police said a carjacking suspect died Saturday afternoon in a shootout with officers near 200 South Orange St.
2 months ago

Troopers respond to yet another wrong-way driver on I-80 in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — Just days after the Utah Department of Transportation and Utah Highway Patrol announced a plan to form a task force to address wrong-way driving in the state, troopers stopped a wrong-way driver in Parleys Canyon.  Wrong-way driver stopped in Parleys Canyon UHP Sgt. Cameron Roden told KSL the first 911 calls […]
2 months ago

Utahn who spent two years in Venezuela prison responds to Americans’ release

The Utah man who spent two years in a Venezuela prison, Josh Holt, has mixed feelings about the release of two Americans from that country.
3 months ago

Congressman John Curtis confirms attack on Ukraine hospital

Speaking on KSL Wednesday, Curtis said the bombing of the hospital represents a continuing pattern for Putin's Ukraine invasion. 
3 months ago

KSL NewsRadio, KSL TV join push to find Great Salt Lake solutions

Utahns don't drink water from the Great Salt Lake. But the health of the saltwater lake still impacts Utah residents every day.
3 months ago

Evidence uncovered in murder probe leads to child porn charges for suspect

Evidence uncovered in the murder of two Utah teens now means the suspect in that case, due to begin trial Monday, will also face child porn charges.
3 months ago

Round two of snowstorm makes for a messy commute

The second round of the snowstorm arrived just in time to make for a slick commute, with lake effect snow blanketing northern Utah.
3 months ago

Cox would veto school voucher bill, if passed

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox said he would veto a bill some say brings back the school voucher debate if it reaches his desk. 
3 months ago

Listen Live: Legislative leaders join Utah’s Morning News

Tune in every Thursday and Friday to hear from the Utah House speaker and minority leader on Utah's Morning News.
4 months ago

Street racing deserves harsher penalties, SLC police chief says

Senate Bill 53 would change the definition of reckless driving in Utah to include street racing. Violators could see their licenses suspended.
4 months ago

BLM responds to accusations it damaged dinosaur track site

The Bureau of Land Management says it can't find evidence its crews damaged a dinosaur track site near Moab, but promised to investigate.
4 months ago

Wildlife rehab center rescues two bald eagles in one day

Wildlife rescuers hope to be able to release both bald eagles back into the wild, but note they can't guarantee that possibility. 
4 months ago

UPDATE: Alpine Board asks for a delay in implementing a temporarily shorter school day

In a letter to parents, the Alpine Board of Education asked for more time to allow further study of the challenges created by a shortened school day.
4 months ago

Family of teen shot near Hunter High School: He’s a miracle

As of Friday, police said the teen who survived the shooting near Hunter High School, Ephraim Asiata, continued to improve. 
4 months ago

Legislature one step closer to overturning mask mandate

A joint resolution filed in the Utah Legislature could overturn the mask mandate in Salt Lake County after passing in the Senate. The House votes next.
4 months ago

Another COVID-19 case count record set in Utah: 12,990 in a single day

Amid test supply challenges and debates over remote learning, Utah set a new record Thursday for COVID-19 cases in a single day.
4 months ago

Utah sets new daily COVID-19 case record for second day

The Utah Department of Health reported 8,913 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, for a total of 672,567 since the pandemic began. 
5 months ago

Utah likely sets unofficial new record for COVID-19 cases in one day

We won't know until next week if the high number of COVID-19 cases reported Friday breaks a Utah record as health officials don't provide case counts on holidays and weekends.
5 months ago

Colorado governor on wildfire: This hit close to home

The governor of Colorado said more than 500 homes were destroyed by a fast-moving wildfire that struck urban and suburban areas Thursday.
5 months ago

Trial still on track despite attorney removal in Lori Vallow Daybell case

The attorney previously representing Lori Vallow presented a clear conflict of interest said a Utah legal analyst.
5 months ago

The next Utah snowstorm to hit just in time for your evening commute

KSL meteorologist forecasts a snowstorm starting off at 5 p.m. on Thursday, with the heaviest downfall in line with the evening commute home.
5 months ago