Lindsay Aerts


Lindsay Aerts is a reporter, anchor and host at KSL Newsradio. She hosts "The Mom Show" podcast on KSL NewsRadio. She's done extensive reporting on Utah's mail-in election system. You can contact her at

GOP state delegate asked to resign after appearing in ad against Sen. Mike Lee

A woman who has appeared in an ad opposing Sen. Mike Lee has been asked to step down from her role as a Republican state delegate
24 days ago

After Pelosi attack, Utah officials say elected leaders are safe

Utah is part of a nationwide fusion center, where analysts, police agencies, and those monitoring social media can share information. It's meant to help keep elected leaders safe.
25 days ago

Family of 10-year-old who died by suicide tells Davis schools “settle, or we’ll sue”

Izzy Tichenor died by suicide after reporting bullying at Foxboro Elementary School, now her family says they'll sue the Davis District.
25 days ago

Storm bringing mountain snow

A storm arriving Wednesday is expected to bring a significant amount of snow to Utah's Canyons. The storm will last through Thursday.
25 days ago

Election clerks in Utah say new law is pulling them from counting votes

According to election clerks, the counting of votes has been slowed down because of a new state law that requires county clerks to post the number of ballots they have received each day.
26 days ago

Utah seeing low early voter turnout

Early voter turnout numbers do not look promising. There are not many initiatives or contested races on the ballot.
26 days ago

After attempted kidnapping, Lehi police have a message for parents

The Lehi kidnapping attempt happened Saturday night at Thanksgiving Point. A 14-year-old girl was able to give police a description.
27 days ago

County clerks in Utah are leaving, one county clerk explains why

County clerks have been reported by the Boston Globe to be leaving in droves. Weber County Clerk Ricky Hatch said county clerks in Utah are no different.
1 month ago

Halloween weekend closures of I-80 in Sugarhouse

During the I-80 closure, UDOT crews will move 11 massive beams into place to build a bridge at 1300 East in Sugarhouse.
1 month ago

Campaign sign thieves risk losing voting rights

Thieves of campaign signs can be charged with a crime. The charges could cost thieves the right to vote in all elections..
1 month ago

Utah voters to decide Constitutional Amendment A

A vote for HJR12, Constitutional Amendment A, gives Utah lawmakers more leeway in spending during an emergency.
1 month ago

Candidate disqualified in Davis County House race

Rep. Steve Handy, Trevor Lee and Brent Zimmerman remain in the Davis County House race after Steve Furshtut's disqualification.
1 month ago

After education board’s update, group says porn is still in libraries

Ahead of the 2023 Utah Legislative Session, educators, lawmakers, and the public are at odds over rules about pornography in public schools.
1 month ago

How Utah’s voter registration database is kept safe and up-to-date

The personal information, voter signatures, and unique voter ID numbers of every Utah voter exist in it, and it's the reason Utahns automatically get mailed a ballot.
1 month ago

‘Make smart choices,’ families of teens killed in car crashes say

The Utah Department of Public Transporation said 39 teens were killed driving on Utah roads last year.
1 month ago

Social security will get a bump due to inflation

People on a fixed income will get 8.7% more after the social security bump.
1 month ago

Sign with swastika, N-word posted on a residential fence in West Valley

A woman who lives in West Valley City says a racist sign was posted to her fence, including a swastika, the N-word, and more.
1 month ago

Election threats reported in Utah, as other states still see ‘unusual’ levels

Utah election officials say they are not immune from the threats being reported against election offices nationwide.
2 months ago

At Alpine school board meeting, Natalie Cline claims district allows porn in classrooms

Whether Cline, from the Utah Board of Education, can speak at the Alpine district meeting (where she doesn't reside) was questioned.
2 months ago

Lawmaker Moss again pushing to ban driving while holding a cell phone

Rep. Carol Spackman Moss, D-District 37, says she'll try again to crack down on driving with your cell phone in your hand.
2 months ago

Utah moms rally behind Fairness for Pregnant Workers Act

Utahns in the nationwide advocacy group Mom Congress are pushing for a fairness bill to give pregnant workers more federal protections.
2 months ago

Salt Lake City School District is parting ways with its superintendent

The Salt Lake City School District announced it is parting ways with its superintendent during a board meeting Friday evening.
2 months ago

Citations against people experiencing homelessness ‘not effective’ according to ACLU report

A new report from ACLU criticizes police in Salt Lake City for their handling of people experiencing homelessness.
2 months ago

A tale of two Steves: Davis County voters face confusion over two write-in’s named Steve

The write-in campaign by Rep. Steve Handy might face an added challenge now that a second "Steve," Steve Fershtut, has entered the race.
2 months ago