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Heather Kelly

Heather Kelly
Heather Kelly is a news and traffic reporter on KSL NewsRadio, and the host of the podcast "Money Making Sense." Contact her at hmcshane@ksl.com.
  • Even distant wildfires pose health risk, officials say

    SALT LAKE CITY — Health officials say fires can do a number on your health. What may look like haze or fog could, in fact, be smoke from fires hundreds of miles away. And the debris in the smoke is causing eye, nose and throat irritation in people across the state, along with increased risk […]
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    Memorial Day travel starts with a semi-tanker rollover

      TOOELE — A tanker traveling South on SR-36 in Tooele went through an intersection with a  yellow light.  A car turning left from the opposite direction thought the tanker would stop — it didn’t.  The tanker swerved to avoid the left-turning, white Prius, lost control, and rolled, shutting down a lane of travel just […]
  • SALT LAKE CITY — Land managers from across northern Utah gathered Friday to discuss the looming start to the wildfire season. Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest supervisor David Whittekiend said heavy winter snows have delayed the start of fire season. “In the high country we expect it’s going to be awhile,” Whittekiend said. “Once that snowpack goes away, it […]
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    UPDATE: Kidnapped woman found, suspect still at large

    SALT LAKE CITY — Police are still looking for a man accused of kidnapping a 24-year-old woman at gunpoint on Wednesday and later found. Police say Samantha June Medina was taken from her apartment and forced into a vehicle Wednesday morning. After Medina was found later that night, police said the man accused of taking […]
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    Lions and tigers and BEARS! (Polar bears)

    Utah is getting two new polar bears..  Nora will arrive this fall from the Oregon zoo and Hope comes from Toledo.  Nora gained fame earlier this year when she was caught on video frolicking in the snow.  Her first taste of the white stuff her species lives in. Hogle Zoo spokesperson Erica Hansen tells Nora’s […]
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    Are you scared yet?

    Did the latest terror attack in Europe focused on a “soft target” shake your confidence? Police in Manchester, England Police in Manchester, England, say a suicide bomber went after Ariana Grande fans at an arena. And now the United Kingdom is at its highest possible terror alert level. Ogden Police Chief Randy Watt is a counter-terrorism […]
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    Mother Nature is playing games

    SALT LAKE CITY — There was snow falling from the sky, and on the ground, earlier this week. KSL TV 5 meteorologist Kevin Eubank was wearing his white snow jacket a few days ago, but not today. He answers the question, ‘Is Spring coming back?’
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    The race is on to fill congressional seat

    SALT LAKE CITY — The big question after Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, announced he’s leaving Congress early is, “Who will replace him?” A lot of people are lining up for a special election or two. Chase Thomas from Alliance for a Better Utah explains what Governor Gary Herbert’s plan means to the voters in the […]
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    Will he stay or will he go now?

    SALT LAKE CITY — The calls for Jazz star Gordon Hayward to stay in Utah are growing. But, the question of where he will go became more complicated when the All-Star was not named to any of the three ALL NBA teams. KSL.com Jazz writer Andy Larsen joined Utah’s Afternoon Host, Jeff Caplan to discuss […]
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    President Trump tweets ‘warning’ for Comey

    SALT LAKE CITY – The fallout over FBI Director James Comey’s firing continues. There are conflicting stories coming from the White House as to why Comey was let go. Brian Martin and Amanda Dickson of KSL News Radio’s Morning Show spoke to ABC News White House Correspondent Karen Travers and asked about the interesting words coming […]