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Dave Cawley

Dave Cawley
Dave Cawley is an executive producer at KSL NewsRadio and the host of the "Cold" podcast. He is also a Utah native, U of U grad, outdoor enthusiast and storyteller. Contact him at
  • Crime

    Sandy police chief placed on leave amid investigation

    SANDY — Sandy City police have confirmed Chief Kevin Thacker is on paid administrative leave as a result of an internal investigation. The department issued a three-sentence press release announcing the probe. It did not provide any specific information about the topic or substance of the investigation, only that it began on Monday. BREAKING: #Sandy […]
  • general conference Faith

    New Mormon temple announced for Layton, Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY — Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Utah will soon have a new place to worship. President Russell M. Nelson concluded the 2018 Annual General Conference by revealing the planned locations of seven new temples. One is in Layton, Utah. President @NelsonRussellM announces new temples in the […]
  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Faith

    LDS Church leaders announce end of home teaching and visiting teaching

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a significant change to two programs during the Sunday afternoon session of the faith’s 188th Annual General Conference. Home teaching and visiting teaching are being retired in favor of a new approach called “ministering.” Learn more about ministering as the Savior would […]
  • Amber Alert issued for South Salt Lake girl

    SOUTH SALT LAKE – Police in South Salt Lake on Saturday afternoon issued an Amber Alert for an 8-year-0ld girl believed to have been taken by her non-custodial father. Police have identified the suspect as Robert Winston. They said he is the subject of a protective order but took his daughter Jaszmine Corianna Leah Winston from the […]
  • Utah

    Last ride for Dinosaur’s original Weed Warrior

    JENSEN, Uintah County — The Yampa River is wild, untamed. It’s home to some of the west’s most jaw-dropping desert scenery and has big, dangerous whitewater. Every year, thousands of people enter a lottery, hoping for a permit that will grant them a chance to dip their oars in the Yampa or in the Green […]
  • NASA scientist seeks pilots to help monitor toxic algal blooms

    SALT LAKE CITY — A NASA scientist is leading an all-volunteer effort in his free time, hoping to recruit general aviation pilots and turn them into an early warning system for toxic algal blooms. The effort has caught the attention of the Utah Division of Water Quality, which last year struggled with the effects of […]
  • salt lake airport expansion

    Park-and-wait lot moves at SLC International Airport

    SALT LAKE CITY — Keep your eyes open the next time you head to Salt Lake City International Airport to pick up a relative, friend or business associate from an incoming flight. The airport has closed the long-established park-and-wait lot on the east side of Terminal Drive. Instead, the airport has opened a new park-and-wait […]
  • Strong Utah snowmelt highlights value of swiftwater rescue training

    HEBER CITY — We stood at the edge of the Provo River. It was full of water that just days – or maybe hours before – was mountain snow. We were dressed in full kit: water-proof dry suits, PFDs, helmets, gloves. We were prepared for this and here by choice. So why, then, was my heart beating just a […]