Carlos Artiles Fortun


Carlos Artiles Fortún was born and raised in Gran Canaria, Spain, and moved to Utah when he was 15. He studied communications at Salt Lake Community College and has a bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Utah. He loves sports and politics and is the producer for KSL at Night.

Prepare your motorized lawn equipment for winter storage

On the latest episode of the KSL Greenhouse Show, hosts Maria Shialos and Taun Beddes give you some tips on preparing your motorized lawn equipment for winter storage.
2 months ago

Tree wrapping, why you should protect trees for the winter

Taun Beddes, host of KSL Greenhouse explains how to best take care of our trees and keep them healthy during the winter.
2 months ago

Time to pull annuals and cut back perennials

Jaydee Gunnell, professor at USU, joined the KSL Greenhouse show to discuss why we should be cutting back perennials.
3 months ago

Justice Dept. Asks US Supreme court not to Take Citizenship Case

There is a case with a Utah connection winding its way to the US Supreme court but yesterday the Biden administration told the court it should not take up this case about citizenship rights for American Samoa.
5 months ago

How to grow vegetables in containers

Maria Shilaos and Taun Beddes visit Mathew Jentzsch to learn how to grow vegetables in containers for easy, convenient growing.
9 months ago

Utah AG Sean Reyes asks TikTok, Snapchat to better protect children

Utah AG Sean Reyes joined with 42 State Attorneys General to tell TikTok and Snapchat they aren't doing enough to protect children.
10 months ago

Zelenskyy at the UN accuses Russian military of war crimes

Likening the troops' actions to those of Islamic State, Zelenskyy said: “The Russian military and those who gave them orders must be brought to justice immediately.
10 months ago

Tiger Woods intends to play in the Masters and thinks he can win

The 15-time major champion has been away from competitive golf for over a year, having suffered serious leg injuries in a car crash in February 2021.
10 months ago

Democratic, GOP Senate bargainers reach $10B COVID agreement

Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah, the lead GOP bargainer, hailed the accord as one that would address “urgent COVID needs.”
10 months ago

Utah leads nation in economic growth

Economic recovery from the pandemic is slowly improving across the nation, and Utah is leading the effort
10 months ago

Salt Lake City Police stop a 14-year-old driving the wrong way

A teenager stopped by SLC police was driving a stolen vehicle the wrong way, with other teenagers inside.
10 months ago

The pressure looming on the legislature’s special session

Today, Utah lawmakers are planning to meet for a special session to override Governor Spencer Cox's veto of a controversial transgender athletes bill.
10 months ago

Justice Clarence Thomas has been discharged from the hospital

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas got discharged today according to a tweet by SCOTUSblog. Justice Thomas has been hospitalized since Friday due to an infection after experiencing flu-like symptoms. He was treated with intravenous antibiotics at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington. The court’s public information officer did not mention Thomas’ condition when he was released […]
10 months ago

Manchin says he will vote for Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson

 (CNN) — West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin announced on Friday that he plans to vote for President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson, a move that all but guarantees she will be confirmed. In a statement outlining his decision, Manchin said, “I met with Judge Jackson and evaluated her qualifications to be a […]
10 months ago

US, EU announce new partnership to undercut Russian energy

BRUSSELS (AP) — The United States and European Union on Friday announced a new partnership to reduce the continent’s reliance on Russian energy, a step top officials characterized as the start of a years-long initiative to further isolate Moscow after its invasion of Ukraine. U.S. President Joe Biden asserted that Russian President Vladimir Putin uses […]
10 months ago

President Biden sending more anti-aircraft systems and drones to Ukraine

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Wednesday the U.S. is sending more anti-aircraft, anti-armor weapons and drones to Ukraine to assist in its defense against Russia. The president’s comments came as he formally announced his administration was sending an additional $800 million in military assistance to Ukraine, making a total of $2 billion in […]
11 months ago

7.3-magnitude earthquake hits coast off Japan’s Fukushima prefecture

(CNN) — A tsunami warning was issued by Japanese officials Wednesday following a 7.3-magnitude earthquake that hit off the coast of Fukushima prefecture, where a 2011 quake caused a disaster at a nuclear power plant. The advisory warns of tsunami heights reaching up to 1 meter above normal tidal levels, with the initial waves reaching […]
11 months ago

Two suspects in Bangerter Highway murder case arrested

Two men have been arrested in connection to the murder of Cesar Adan Martinez, whose body was found alongside Bangerter Highway in West Jordan in late February. 
11 months ago

Man killed after being struck by a semi on I-15

SALT LAKE CITY — A man is dead after being hit by a semi while trying to secure debris that had fallen off his camper. On Sunday the Utah highway patrol received a call around 7 am that a camper was in the middle of the road with fallen debris everywhere. The driver decided to […]
1 year ago

More than 6,000 flights canceled on Christmas weekend

Operational snags at airlines are coming as millions are still flying in spite of rising coronavirus cases.
1 year ago

Hiker dies on Christmas Day in Padre Canyon

The man was hiking in Tuacahn and Snow Canyon, and around a mile and a half up the trail, he began having seizures.
1 year ago

Snow, cold impact post-Christmas travel across the western and northern U-S

Dangerous avalanches are also likely in the Sierra Nevada, Washington Cascades, Northern Rockies, and Wasatch," the Weather Prediction Center said Saturday.
1 year ago

Desmond Tutu, South Africa’s Nobel Peace winner, dies at 90

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Desmond Tutu, South Africa’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning icon, an uncompromising foe of the country’s past racist policy of apartheid and a modern-day activist for racial justice and LGBT rights, died Sunday at 90. South Africans, world leaders and people around the globe mourned the death of the man viewed as the country’s […]
1 year ago

Crash between trucks driving the same direction leaves one dead on I-70

The accident involved a truck hauling a gas field trailer, which was hit from behind by another truck.
1 year ago