Cami Mondeaux

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Cami Mondeaux is a digital content producer with KSL NewsRadio. Contact her at cmondeaux@ksl.com.

Utah gets more diverse; researcher says it should influence policy

The data shows Utah is getting more diverse in terms of its racial, ethnic and sexual makeup. One researcher says our decisions should reflect that.
1 year ago

Slowing job growth in Utah, elsewhere, could be result of labor shortage

As the U.S. reported slower job growth for the month of April, a Utah economist says federal unemployment benefits may be to blame.
1 year ago

Snow College offers assist to students paying tuition for Fall 2021 semester

Snow College is offering students a major assist with paying college tuition for the fall 2021 semester, paying for up to 14 credit hours.
1 year ago

Project Recovery: Sarah Frei talks about losing legs to DUI driver’s crash

Sarah Frei, who lost both legs in a DUI accident, speaks with Project Recovery host Casey Scott about her experience and how she's healing.
1 year ago

How an accused murderer’s ex-wife helped solve the murder of Joyce Yost

Doug Lovell confided in his ex-wife about the murder of Joyce Yost. He didn’t know it, but he had just confessed to the crime on tape.
1 year ago

‘It’ll never be the same’: Repair work on ancient petroglyph may take months

Emergency efforts to clean up the ancient petroglyph Birthing Rock got underway last week, but crews say it may take months to fully repair the damage.
1 year ago

Utah man avoids drug charges for 3 years — until he was arrested for allegedly refusing a mask

A Utah man was arrested in 2018 for drug possession, but was never charged. That is, not until he was arrested in December for allegedly refusing a mask.
1 year ago

How Utah colleges are celebrating commencement

With graduation ceremonies largely canceled in 2020, many Utah colleges are approaching commencement ceremonies in a different way.
1 year ago

5th Utahn arrested for participation in Jan. 6 riot at Capitol

A Washington County man was arrested Wednesday in connection with the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol that killed five people and injured dozens of others.
1 year ago

More people are buying houses even as Utah home prices skyrocket

Despite the surge in home prices, more buyers than ever completed their purchases in March 2021, according to data from the Utah Association of Realtors.
1 year ago

Utah lifts pause on J&J vaccine after CDC recommends continued use

The Utah Department of Health lifted its pause on the J&J vaccine Friday, just hours after the CDC recommended the country to continue its use.
1 year ago

UDOT warns of traffic delays on Timpanogos Highway over weekend

UDOT is warning drivers of traffic delays on Timpanogos Highway over the weekend as crews continue its installation of a pedestrian bridge.
1 year ago

Vigil to be held for 19-year-old who died in wrong-way crash on I-15

A vigil will be held for 19-year-old Gwendolyn Doner who died after another driver hit her car in a wrong-way crash on a northbound I-15 ramp.
1 year ago

Salt Lake City Council seeks replacement for District 2

The city council in Utah's capital city is seeking to replace its District 2 chair as council member Andrew Johnston plans to step down.
1 year ago

Expert: Utah is getting less red, but that’s not the whole story

A new analysis from the Cook Political Report found Utah -- a reliably Republican state in terms of national politics -- is becoming slightly less red in its latest rankings.
1 year ago

COLD: Lovell found guilty in rape trial, at which Joyce Yost would never appear

A new episode of the podcast, COLD, details the disappearance of Joyce Yost just ten days before she was set to testify at the rape trial of her assailant. 
1 year ago

USU football player arrested after report of sexual assault in campus dorms

Police arrested a Utah State University football player Sunday over accusations of sexual assault involving breaking into a campus dorm.
1 year ago

Logan Canyon reopens traffic both ways after crash Saturday

Officials report Logan Canyon is back open after it temporarily closed to traffic following a car accident Saturday.
1 year ago

Update: Suspect who fired shots at SWAT standoff in Taylorsville taken into custody

A suspect who reportedly fired shots at officers during a SWAT standoff in Taylorsville was taken into custody around 10 p.m.
1 year ago

Gov. Cox to lower flags statewide in honor of Indianapolis shooting victims

State facilities across Utah will lower both the U.S. and state flags to honor the victims from a shooting in Indianapolis late Thursday.
1 year ago

UDOT to monitor bridges infrastructure report found in poor condition

The Utah Department of Transportation reported it would be closely monitoring more than 60 bridges after an infrastructure report from the White House found them in poor condition.
1 year ago

COLD: Communication breakdown between law enforcement failed Joyce Yost

Joyce Yost did everything she could to bring justice to Doug Lovell, but he continually evaded responsibility - in part because of communication failures.
1 year ago

2 people hospitalized after shooting at SLC boxing gym

Two people are hospitalized after a shooting at the State Street Boxing Gym in downtown Salt Lake City early Sunday morning.
1 year ago

Parents, educators urge State School Board to amend definition of ‘equity’

The Utah State Board of Education adopted a new definition of "equity" in terms of educational resources following a debate with parents and educators.
1 year ago