Kira Hoffelmeyer

Kira Hoffelmeyer

Kira Hoffelmeyer is the assistant news director at KSL NewsRadio. Contact her at khoffelmeyer@ksl.com.

UHP gives update after another wrong-way driver causes crash overnight

Two drivers experienced only minor injuries after yet another crash caused by a wrong-way driver overnight. 
2 months ago

Man charged with dealing Park City teens ‘pink’ drug that killed them

Court documents say Colin Shapard dealt teens in Park City "pink", leading to their overdose deaths. Drug enforcement officers uncovered Shapard's eight-year dealing history.
2 months ago

3-year-old girl dies after bad weather crash on I-15 in Ogden

OGDEN, Utah — A 3-year-old girl has died after being critically injured in a crash on northbound I-15 in Ogden this morning. This happened around 5 a.m. when 9-10 cars collided in three different areas because of the slick road conditions on northbound I-15 from the overnight storm.  The 3-year-old girl was in a Chrysler […]
2 months ago

VIDEO: Heber City Police arrest DoorDash driver, finish up his order

A Heber City police officer finished a DoorDash delivery after arresting the delivery driver.
2 months ago

Attacks hits Ukraine children’s hospital, officials say

A Russian attack severely damaged a children's hospital and maternity ward in the besieged port city of Mariupol, Ukraine.
2 months ago

Lawmakers approve bill inspired by Izzy Tichenor to track who gets bullied at school

Utah lawmakers passed a bill to require school officials to collect data on kids who are getting bullied. That data would include the victim's demographics.
3 months ago

Governor to sign bill that limits public, journalist access to some police statements

Tune in every Thursday and Friday to hear from the Utah House speaker and minority leader on Utah's Morning News.
3 months ago

Jeff Caplan’s Minute of News: Speeding ticket excuses that won’t work

Editor’s note: This is an editorial piece. An editorial, like a news article, is based on fact but also shares opinions. The opinions expressed here are solely those of the author and are not associated with our newsroom. SALT LAKE CITY — It’s well documented Utah has had a problem with speeding lately. More drivers […]
3 months ago

Jeff Caplan’s Minute of News: A deadly career choice — journalists in Russia

Nearly two dozen journalists in Russia have lost their lives doing their jobs. Jeff Caplan explores what it's like to work in the country.
3 months ago

Members of the U.S. Navy are helping at overwhelmed Utah hospital

More than 25 members of the U.S. Navy are now at the University of Utah Hospital to help with over 500 surgeries deferred because of COVID-19 hospitalizations.
3 months ago

WATCH: Blackhawk helicopters removed from Snowbird Ski Resort

The Utah National Guard has removed two Blackhawk helicopters after two collided during a training accident last week in the Mineral Basin area of the Snowbird Ski Resort.
3 months ago

Utah House follows Senate’s footsteps in restricting journalist access

Members of the Utah House of Representatives approved a new rule limiting where reporters can go in the House chambers.
3 months ago

Father charged for his 4-year-old firing a gun outside a McDonald’s

Sadaat Johnson is now facing charges of child abuse, neglect, and aggravated assault. He's also charged with interfering with an arresting officer.
3 months ago

So in Utah weather… it’s spring now? Sort of — yes

March 1 marks the first day of "meteorological spring", which is really just a tidy way for meteorologists to keep a record of Utah weather.
3 months ago

Jeff Caplan’s Minute of News: I watched Russian TV

Most Russians get their news from state-run TV — 70% say it’s their primary source of information. I wondered what they could possibly be seeing on Russian TV.
3 months ago

Get used to seeing those downed Blackhawk helicopters at Snowbird Resort

Nearly a week after two Blackhawk helicopters crashed into each other at Snowbird Resort, they're still dotting the landscape, leaving skiers navigating around the site.
3 months ago

School voucher bill fails in Utah House

The Hope Scholarship, also known as the school voucher bill, failed to pass out of the Utah House of Representatives this afternoon.
3 months ago

These are the changes Salt Lake County made to its masking recommendations

Salt Lake County’s top health expert is saying people only need to continue to mask up to prevent COVID-19 if they have an underlying risk or spend a lot of time with others who have underlying risks.
3 months ago

If you’re boycotting vodka, at least don’t dump Utah brands out

A few states, including Utah, are telling their liquor stores to pull Russian-branded and made products from their shelves.
3 months ago

Resolution aims to support gay, bisexual men in donating blood

A resolution is being introduced in the Utah Senate today to support allowing gay and bisexual men to make blood donations. 
3 months ago

How to write an article in WordPress

Let’s get to know the platform KSL NewsRadio uses to publish on KSLNewsRadio.com.  Getting started First, you’ll need a login to the back page of WordPress. If you don’t have one, Kira Hoffelmeyer or Becky Bruce can help you out.  Your login credentials will be your KSL company email. Kira or Becky will preset a […]
3 months ago

South Jordan high school hosts first Black History Month celebration

Valley High School in South Jordan held its first-ever Black History Month Celebration on Friday.
3 months ago

SLC police report officers using less force

Salt Lake City Police Department says their officers are using less force when responding to emergency calls.
3 months ago

University of Utah student accused of killing girlfriend formally charged

Charges have been filed against the University of Utah student accused of killing his girlfriend.
3 months ago