Kate Davis

Kate Davis is the associate producer for Utah's Morning News.

Kate Davis is the associate producer for Utah's Morning News, as well as the executive producer for Utah's Noon News. You can reach her at kdavis@ksl.com.

Sandy house fire sends one to hospital for smoke inhalation

One person is recovering from smoke inhalation after an overnight house fire in Sandy near 2200 High Mountain Drive.
7 months ago

Parts of I-80 closing temporarily in Parleys Canyon due to elk

The temporary I-80 closure will affect East Canyon and some on and off-ramps in the area. Closures start at 10 a.m. Saturday.
9 months ago

70-year-old construction worker dies after worksite fall

Police said the 70-year-old construction worker suffered a 10-foot fall at his work site and was pronounced dead at the scene.
9 months ago

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donates water shares to help Great Salt Lake

Gov. Spencer Cox expressed his gratitude to the church for the donation, saying that the decision makes the lake's future more secure.
9 months ago

UTA seeing delays due to storm

Delays in UTA services are racking up, but UTA spokesperson Carl Arky said public transit is still quicker than driving on days like today.
9 months ago

Utah lawmakers seeking funding for a free fare year on public transit

After the success of last year's Free Fare February, lawmakers are pushing for funding to cover public transit costs for an entire year.
10 months ago

One person is dead after auto-pedestrian accident in Murray

Murray police said the auto-pedestrian accident happened early Thursday morning near 4500 South and 500 West. The driver is cooperating.
10 months ago

Employees safe after hazmat called to Spanish Fork business

Officials said the hazmat team that responded in Spanish Fork is made up of multiple agencies from across Utah County.
10 months ago

House Speaker Wilson expresses disappointment¬†in Biden’s State of the Union Address

House Speaker Brad Wilson said the tone of President Joe Biden's State of the Union was a reflection of the state of lawmaking in Washington.
10 months ago

Small fire set intentionally on Utah Capitol steps, suspect in custody

Authorities believe a fire set at the Utah Capitol Thursday morning was set intentionally.
11 months ago

Utah Highway Patrol urges caution after near-miss on I-215

After responding to a crash on I-215 at Redwood Road, a trooper's cruiser was smashed after a different car lost control.
1 year ago

Mirror Lake Highway closes for the season

The seasonal closure of Mirror Lake Highway will likely last until May, according to the Utah Department of Transportation.
1 year ago

Lila Canyon Mine at risk of closure due to month-long fire

Embers at the Lila Canyon Mine have been burning since Sept. 20. According to the Bureau of Land Management, the mine could be closed permanently.
1 year ago

Semi truck and train collide in Tooele County

KSL TV's Derek Peterson reported from the scene that a semi stalled on the tracks and was then hit by a train in Tooele County.
1 year ago

Avalanche danger high after weekend storm

If you decide to take to the mountains this winter, forecasters said to be prepared with gear that can help you in an avalanche situation.
1 year ago

West Jordan officials investigating house fire

An early morning West Jordan fire left a home with an estimated $75,000 in damages. Crews are still investigating the cause of the fire.
1 year ago

Couples across the world using Utah County Clerk’s Office to get married

Virtual marriage licenses provided through the Utah County Clerk's Passports and Marriages Office allows couples to get married anywhere in the world.
1 year ago

BYU student and youngest-ever Survivor contestant says he’s confident he will win

BYU Student and youngest-ever Survivor contestant, Sami Layadi, says he is confident he will win this season of the series
1 year ago

Home prices in Salt Lake City harbinger of a national trend?

A report from Zillow shows that home values in Salt Lake City fell more than 7% from May to August 2022.
1 year ago

New site helps inform voters on Utah judges ahead of election season

People looking to vote on Utah judges this election season have a revamped resource to look to. An official website provides summaries of judges.
1 year ago

Salt Lake saved almost 3 billion gallons of water this season

Lower Salt Lake water usage led the county to save billions of gallons of water in the face of Utah's ongoing drought.
1 year ago

Advisory tells visitors to Grand Canyon to be leery of rabid bats

The National Park Service issued an advisory this week after a rabid bat was found near the Colorado River.
1 year ago

Salt Lake City School District students and staff get free UTA passes

Students and staff in the Salt Lake City School District have started receiving their free UTA passes, which cover most transportation services.
1 year ago

Utah Board of Water Resources approves nearly $200 million to build secondary water meters

Grants totaling around $190 million will be used to build over 100,000 new secondary water meters across the state of Utah.
1 year ago