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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

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 months 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 months 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.
3 months 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. 
4 months 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.
4 months 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.
4 months 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.
4 months ago

It’s not just hot – this September heat wave is impacting high altitude locations as well

Traveling to high altitude does not afford much relief from the heat wave in northern Utah this week, with blame falling on the high-pressure system above.
5 months ago

Utah leaders sue Biden administration over national monuments

Utah elected officials want a congressional solution for national monuments, rather than repeated use of executive power to manage them.
5 months ago

Denial of stay clears way for redistricting lawsuit to move forward

Government leaders named in the redistricting lawsuit asked a judge to stay the case while a similar matter makes its way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
5 months ago

Parents, need a side hustle? The Murray School District is hiring

The first day of school in Murray came with a plea for parents to consider a new side hustle. The district needs support staff.
5 months ago

F-35s grounded at Hill Air Force Base after concerns over seat ejection malfunctions

Hill Air Force Base fleet of F-35s is grounded over concerns about the seat ejection function. And it's not just HAFB, but the entire U.S. Air Force.
6 months ago

Antisemitic flyers found in St. George neighborhood and nationwide

Someone put the antisemitic flyers in Ziploc bags and weighed them down with rice. They repeat hateful, debunked assertions about Jewish people.
6 months ago

Firefighters work to protect Chalk Creek Hieroglyphs

FILLMORE, Utah — Stone etchings above a cave, the Chalk Creek Hieroglyphs in Millard County, remain for future Utahns to explore because firefighters fighting the Halfway Hill Fire took steps to protect the site.  The U.S. Forest Service said crews fighting the fire near Fillmore worked with archaeologists to protect the Chalk Creek Hieroglyphs. They […]
6 months ago

Smoke from fires in Utah and beyond impacts western air quality

Smoke contributes particulate matter, which increases pollution levels, and ground-level ozone, both of which affect air quality.
7 months ago

Gov. Cox issues warning to Utahns over fire safety

Gov. Cox urged caution, responsibility, and to leave fireworks to the professionals for July 24th celebrations.
7 months ago

Utah pulmonologist applauds FDA ban on Juul e-cigarettes

A Utah pulmonologist believes the FDA specifically targeted Juul for the ban because of their past marketing tactics that may have appealed to kids.
7 months ago

Who switched parties in Utah ahead of the June primary election?

SALT LAKE CITY — Information provided by the Utah lieutenant governor’s office shows the impact of a new rule aimed at curbing “party switching” in Utah. The new rule, H.B. 197 became law after the 2021 Utah Legislative Session. It dictated when people could switch political party affiliations in Utah ahead of primary elections. The […]
7 months ago

Iron County could see power outages to prevent wildfires

Residences in central and southern Utah may face power outages this weekend, due to the elevated risk of wildfires, Rocky Mountain Power announced Thursday.
7 months ago

Weber State University’s unsung perks

You hear a lot about how unaffordable college is, but Utah *high school students* have an advantage when it comes to earning college credit: Weber State University. School President Dr. Brad Mortensen said the school has just under 30,000 students. “A big chunk of those are high school students in their local high schools taking […]
8 months ago

Update: Marina Fire near Saltair believed to be human-caused

Nobody was injured by the fire near Saltair, and no structures were damaged. While an exact cause isn't known, officials believe the fire was human-caused.
9 months ago

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. 
10 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. 
10 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. 
10 months ago