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Marc Giauque

Marc Giauque
Marc Giauque is the News Director of KSL NewsRadio. He has produced, reported and anchored news in Salt Lake City for 25+ years. Contact Marc at
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    Specialized rehab team moves into Brian Head fire burn area

    BRIAN HEAD — A team of soil scientists, geologists, botanists and others are now working in the aftermath of the massive fire that has burned for nearly a month near Brian Head and Panguitch Lake .  The fire has blackened more than 71,000 acres and is expected to be brought under control within the next […]
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    Slain restaurateur’s estranged husband pleads guilty to murder

    SALT LAKE CITY — The estranged husband of a well known Salt Lake restaurant owner pleaded guilty this morning to aggravated murder and aggravated arson.  Craig Crawford, 48, admitted to trapping 72-year old John Williams in his home in May of 2016 and setting it on fire. Williams was found in the upper floor of […]
  • No headstone for Utah girl’s grave as fraud case continues against one-time fundraiser

    Addie Fausett’s story at one time had inspired hundreds of thousands of people from around the world.  Diagnosed with an incurable spinal disease, she had asked for people to send her Christmas cards.  The response was overwhelming.  Letters and cards from around the world poured into the Mountain Green post office, all for Addie. Fausett […]
  • First of 50 “Hoarded cats” now up for adoption

    It’s one of what Salt Lake County Animal Service call its bigger cases involving hoarding.  Now the first dozen of more than 50 cats, ranging through all ages, are up for adoption at the shelter. Spokeswoman Callista Pearson said a concerned neighbor alerted them to the situation earlier.  “An officer went in and spoke with […]
  • Six indicted in alleged fentanyl distribution ring

    Federal Prosecutors today announced indictments against six people in a drug distribution ring they say involved large amounts of fentanyl shipped in from overseas, and re-distributed in the form of pills that looked like oxycodone. The indictment, handed up Wednesday, names Aaron Michael Shamo of Cottonwood Heights as the key player in the alleged ring. […]
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    Wayne Co. memorial to honor WWII bomber crew, community

    LOA, Utah — People are expected to travel from as far away as Maine, to Loa, in Wayne County, Monday, to honor a story that may be little remembered as part of the loss of World War II. But to the community and the family of six airmen who died when their plane broke apart […]
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    LDS Church updates activities of President Thomas S. Monson

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter-day Saints today updated the status of church leader, President Thomas S. Monson. In a statement, the church said “Because of limitations incident to his age, President Monson is no longer attending meetings at the Church offices on a regular basis. He communicates and confers with […]