Becky Bruce

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

Author of book on grief for children accused of murder of husband

The author of a book aimed at helping children deal with grief faces charges related to the murder of her husband, almost exactly a year before that book was published
1 year ago

Assume any flood water you see is contaminated, Utah officials say

The chance for contaminated flood water in Utah comes from the strain that flooding puts on infrastructure.
1 year ago

Police seek photos, videos, information in overnight stabbing and shooting

Police ask anyone with photos, videos or other information about the overnight stabbing and shooting in Salt Lake City to call them at 801-799-3000.
1 year ago

Its National Park Week, celebrate with free entry to Utah’s Mighty 5

It's National Park Week, prepare for some long lines this weekend at Utah's five national parks as Saturday admission is free to all
1 year ago

Salt Lake County flood control team works to mitigate risk

SALT LAKE CITY — A special Salt Lake County crew works around the clock, all year-long, to help control and prevent any flood event before it happens in the area.  Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson told Inside Sources on KSL NewsRadio the crew focuses on flood mitigation even when the risk remains low.  Flood […]
1 year ago

Utah company named in Connecticut ghost gun lawsuit

AR Industries, based out of Orem, was named along with three other companies in a lawsuit over Connecticut's ghost gun ban.
1 year ago

Fatal 2021 shootout deemed justified by DA’s office

District Attorney Sim Gill said in a press conference on Friday that body cam footage showed 20-year-old Anei Joker opened fire during a confrontation.
1 year ago

Wind advisory in effect for parts of Utah

The wind advisory is in place until 5 p.m. Friday, and the National Weather Service is advising people to play it safe on the roads.
1 year ago

Mother of man killed by Farmington police has history with department

Diane Allan sued Farmington police over a traffic stop in April, saying police had no grounds to stop her due to her sovereign status.
1 year ago

Utah Medical Cannabis Program warns of pot franchise scam

New mailers making the rounds appear to invite Utahns to invest in a pot shop franchise. The state says they are a cannabis scam.
1 year ago

Plastic surgeon, clinic, associates named in COVID vaccine card scheme

Court documents show the scheme unraveled with the aid of undercover agents. They made appointments to get a vaccine card without the COVID shot.
1 year ago

Enoch father faced abuse accusations years before murder-suicide

The revelation of child abuse accusations involving Michael Haight comes from Enoch police records, obtained by KSL through a public records request. 
1 year ago

Snow coming just in time for Friday morning commute

The arrival of new snow in the overnight hours could make for an interesting Friday morning commute said KSL meteorologist Kevin Eubank.
1 year ago

Southwest, storm-delays trickle down to Salt Lake City International Airport

Salt Lake City International Airport isn't the worst affected airport in the country for cancellations, but the day is still young.
1 year ago

Polygamist sect leader accused of orchestrating girls’ disappearance

Sam Bateman leads a polygamist sect that split off from the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or FLDS. He's pleaded not guilty to the charges filed against him so far.
2 years ago

State intends to appeal vacated death sentence of Utah man

The state of Utah filed paperwork Monday indicating it intends to appeal the vacated death sentence of Douglas Stewart Carter, a man first sentenced to death in 1985.
2 years ago

If the small snowstorm took you by surprise, you’re not alone

Turns out, Utah weather can be unusually difficult to predict. So why did we end up with a surprise snowstorm? Lake-effect snow.
2 years ago

Lori Vallow Daybell deemed competent to stand trial

Lori Vallow Daybell's trial was put on hold in October, but now that a judge has ruled that she is competent, the trail can move forward.
2 years ago

Man accused of faking his own death to evade rape charges officially identified in Scotland

A judge in Scotland has identified a man as Nicholas Rossi, the man charged with a 2008 rape in Utah, He now faces an extradition hearing.
2 years ago

Uncontested: We already know who will win these races

Normally, newsrooms have strict rules about when to call an election for one candidate or another.
2 years ago

Orem, Alpine School District split debate centers on whose math you believe

The Utah Taxpayers Association supports the break-up of the Alpine district, in part because it finds problems with the data used by the Stronger Together Coalition, which opposes the split. 
2 years ago

SLCPD investigating reported sexual assault at frat house near University of Utah

An alert went out to University of Utah faculty, staff and students saying the sexual assault happened at the Pi Kappa Alpha frat house.
2 years ago

The plan to build an inland port/commerce hub is on hold

The announcement comes about a week after a state audit suggested that the Utah Inland Port Authority needs a master plan.
2 years ago

Three people facing charges after deadly Salt Palace shooting

Deng Mawut Buk, Joshua Goy Riak, and Nogolweit "Nunu" Kug were charged in the shooting death of Deliford Knight at the Salt Palace.
2 years ago