Curt Gresseth

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Curt Gresseth is a digital content producer with KSL NewsRadio. You can contact him at cgresseth@ksl.com.

Sen. Mitt Romney talks inflation and economy

High home and gas prices and inflation, are causing real hardships for Utahns and Democrats will be blamed by voters, Sen. Mitt Romney told Inside Sources.
1 month ago

How families should prepare for an emergency at home or away

Do you have an emergency reunification plan ready for your loved ones? Two experts share tips on what to do when disaster strikes while at home or away.
1 month ago

South Salt Lake mayor defends new $130,000 salary

The mayor of South Salt Lake defended her latest salary of $130,000 by saying she hasn't received a pay raise in 11 years in office.
1 month ago

South Salt Lake resident wants to stop mayor and City Council from awarding themselves raises

A South Salt Lake resident has taken his ballot initiative on pay raises for city leaders to the Utah Supreme Court after being rebuffed by the city attorney on what he said was a technicality.
1 month ago

Why does my cheeseburger cost so much? Most ingredients touched by inflation.

A reporter joined the show and walked us through the reasons that popular cheeseburger ingredients have jumped in price since March of 2021.
1 month ago

Missing three years, autistic teen found in Park City

An autistic teen missing from northern California since 2019 was found by sheriff's deputies in Summit County, Utah. He has since been reunited with his stepfather.
1 month ago

Gov. Cox’s use of pronouns unnerves Fox News’ Tucker Carlson

Tucker Carlson of Fox News attacked Utah Gov. Spencer Cox for sharing his preferred pronouns with a student during a virtual town hall a year ago. Equality Utah's Executive Director Troy Williams discusses how pronoun use is meant to convey a sense of belonging for younger Americans today.
1 month ago

Inflation may be starting to ease, says insider

The editor in chief of Investopedia says inflation is costing Americans like they haven't experienced in 40 years but signs show inflation is easing.
1 month ago

Utah Legislature sued over allegedly unconstitutional gerrymandering

A Utah group is supporting plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the state's Legislature for alleged gerrymandering on Utah's newest maps.
2 months ago

Utah woman shadowed lawmakers to ease her political rage

Frustrated and angry with politics, a Utah woman shadowed state lawmakers to gain a better understanding of the process and to lower her own political rage.
2 months ago

Will Biden’s plan to tap national reserve lower gas prices?

An industry insider says it's good President Biden wants to encourage oil and natural gas production, but isn't sure what it'll do for gas prices.
2 months ago

Do you regret quitting your job?

A Utah economist discusses the pros and cons of remote work as a study shows a majority of workers regret quitting jobs during the Great Resignation.
2 months ago

Building bridges between Latter-day Saints, Muslims

SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has released a new 35-page pamphlet designed to enhance understanding between Muslims and Latter-day Saints. The booklet is the fruit of years of work, including collaboration with Muslim imams. Muslims and Latter-day Saints: Beliefs, Values, and Lifestyles Elders David A Bednar and Gerrit […]
2 months ago

Are you a registered Utah Democrat seeking to vote in the Republican primaries? Deadline is midnight tonight to switch

For registered Utah Democrats seeking to vote in the Utah Republican primaries, the deadline to switch party affiliations is midnight tonight.
2 months ago

What’s the holdup on my tax refund?

A tax expert talked to Inside Sources about new duties given to the IRS and why your tax refund is taking so long to arrive.
2 months ago

Volunteer describes rescuing stranded hikers (with baby) in waist-deep snow

A volunteer describes rescuing a group of stranded hikers -- along with a 10-month-old baby -- from Big Baldy Mountain on Saturday.
2 months ago

In Utah’s drought, watering your lawn once a week will turn it brown but keep it alive

Because nearly 97% of the state is in a drought, watering lawns and plants is restricted to once a week in the Weber Water Basin Conservancy District. But that is enough to keep a lawn alive through the heat of the summer, said a turf-grass specialist.
2 months ago

Everyone can do something to help, says advocate for homeless in Utah

Utah homeless advocated Pamela Atkinson said there are actions we can all take to help provide assistance to the unsheltered.
2 months ago

Social media at core of two kidnappings in two weeks

Two Utah girls were reportedly kidnapped after meeting men on the virtual-reality platform, Oculus. A Utah IT expert discusses the dangers of social media.
2 months ago

Is now the time to buy an electric vehicle?

The question arises with the rising price of gasoline. The executive director The New Car Dealers of Utah offers advice and recommendations.
2 months ago

Demand exceeds supply, so home prices will keep climbing in Utah

A senior research fellow from the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute explained why home prices in Utah, and across the nation, are skyrocketing right now.
2 months ago

Lawsuit says peacock scratched girl’s face at Hogle Zoo

A peacock attacked and injured a young girl at Utah's Hogle Zoo in April 2021 according to a lawsuit that has been filed against the zoo.
2 months ago

Economy is healthy except for inflation, which will come down, says finance expert

Inflation is affecting everyone but it will start to ease, plus the economy is healthy for those seeking good-paying jobs in a tight labor market, says the editor-in-chief of Investopedia.
2 months ago

Daylight saving time or standard time? Sleep doctor weighs in on which is better year-round

The U.S. Senate approved a bill making daylight saving time permanent. Dut a doctor at U of U's Sleep Wake Center said standard time is the better choice.
2 months ago