Lindsay Aerts

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Lindsay Aerts is a reporter, anchor and the host of "The Mom Show" on KSL NewsRadio. You can contact her at laerts@ksl.com.

Utah social media influencer warns of WiFi baby monitor hack

A WiFi hack to a baby monitor has a Utah social media influencer warning other parents to check their WiFi security.
1 month ago

Two people tried to double vote at Salt Lake GOP convention, charges could come

Sound up for live discussion with Dave and Dujanovic about this weekend’s county conventions! KEARNS, UT —  Two men were caught trying to vote more than once in the race for County Clerk at the Salt Lake County GOP Convention Saturday, and the chair of the party says it may take legal action against them. […]
1 month ago

Delta pilots picket at Salt Lake International Airport

Delta pilots picketed outside of Salt Lake City International Aiport's arrivals section in protest of their company's scheduling.
1 month ago

West High students walk out in protest over law banning trans girls from sports

Around 100 students walked out of West High School in Salt Lake to protest a law banning trans girls from playing in school sports in Utah.
2 months ago

Wildfire conditions could come early, worrying fire officials

The Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands said the snowpack could dry out early and cause wildfire conditions to start earlier than usual.
2 months ago

Support for LGBTQ rights growing among Latter-day Saints

More Latter-day Saint members are supporting LGBTQ+ rights.
2 months ago

BYU Student raises money with fantasy-style map of Ukraine

Isaac Dushku creates fantasy-style maps and has now drawn such a map of Ukraine as a fundraiser for the United Nations Children's Fund.
2 months ago

Utah’s Deaf community praises ‘CODA’ as accurate

Some of Utah's Deaf community applauded Best Picture winner "CODA" for its accuracy in depicting their everyday lives.
2 months ago

Salt Lake County in low COVID transmission, at risk for new variant spike

Salt Lake County is now in low COVID-19 transmission. But the county may not be out of the woods with a new variant making the rounds.
2 months ago

Lehi couple housing Ukrainian siblings while parents stay behind

A Lehi couple offered to house their friends' kids when their friends made the decision toto stay behind in Ukraine to assist their country and family.
2 months ago

Transgender athlete ban sponsor says he did not pressure Governor to walk back veto

The Senator who proposed the transgender athlete ban bill maintains he did not attempt to change the Governor's mind about vetoing it.
2 months ago

Paralympians return to Utah from Bejing

Paralympians flew into Salt Lake City on their way home from the Beijing games. They were greeted by a crowd of supporters.
2 months ago

UTA says fares will stay put despite rising gas prices

A spokesman for UTA said fares will not increase despite rising diesel costs. UTA is one of the largest consumers of diesel fuel in the state
2 months ago

Reliable childcare hard to find for estimated half a million families

SALT LAKE CITY — Reliable childcare is hard to come by for Utahns, according to data from a recent report. And local experts say more than half of Utah families have both parents working outside the home.  “54% of children under age six live in families with a need,” said childcare policy advocate Erin Jemison. […]
2 months ago

Group looking into Utah AG’s involvement in ‘bogus’ 2020 election lawsuit

A group called the 65 Project says Utah's Attorney General, Sean Reyes, is among hundreds of lawyers it's looking into for allegedly helping to peddle post-2020 election lawsuits that had no merit.
2 months ago

Follow the Ballot: How Utah ballots are tabulated and audited

In the second of a two-part series, learn how Utah ballots are tabulated and audited to assure accuracy and election security.
3 months ago

Follow the Ballot: Multiple security features accompany Utah mail-in ballots

There are checks and double-checks when it comes to the security of a mail-in ballot in Utah, beginning with the envelope.
3 months ago

Utah Pride Festival and parade set to return this June

After not being able to happen last year, the Utah Pride Festival makes its return in 2022.
4 months ago

BALANCE OF POWER: Voters may be last path to curb legislative power

Constitutional questions have been raised about the legislative power to move schools to online learning.
4 months ago

BALANCE OF POWER: Did Utah’s legislature violate the state constitution with its remote school plan?

A law that dictates how Utah schools can switch to online learning raised questions about whether state lawmakers violated the state constitution.
4 months ago

‘We can do it in 5 minutes’: Governor Cox will sign bill giving state’s top leaders final say on schools going remote

SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Spencer Cox said he will sign a newly passed bill that lays out how a school can go remote amid omicron. Cox spoke exclusively to KSL NewsRadio, detailing that he will sign H.B. 183, which also suspends the test-to-stay program in Utah’s schools. The bill requires that the state’s four […]
4 months ago

‘Serious constitutional questions:’ Democrats take issue with process that immediately ended mask mandates

Utah Democrats in the House of Representatives are questioning if legislation to overturn mask mandates should have taken effect right away.
4 months ago

Attend the Utah 2022 legislative session remotely, here’s how

The Utah 2022 legislative session will offer in-person and remote options for lawmakers and the public. Here's our step-by-step guide.
4 months ago

Utah lawmaker proposes ‘optional’ background check for private gun sales

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah lawmaker wants to change state law so people can have the option to do a background check when they buy or sell a gun with another person. “If you’re a seller of a firearm…you want to make sure that the person you’re selling it to…you can check to make […]
5 months ago