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Mark Jackson is a reporter and anchor at KSL NewsRadio as well as a die-hard sports fan. Contact Mark at mjackson@ksl.com.

Cedar City, Southern Utah counties struggle under flood waters

Flash flood warnings were issued for Cedar City as the city struggled to stay ahead of rapidly rising flood waters on Monday.
10 months ago

Juvenile taken into custody following family domestic violence call

A male adult is recovering from two gunshots to the wrist after he was shot by his wife's juvenile brother Friday night.
10 months ago

St. George police officer dead after a two-week battle with COVID-19

A St. George police officer has passed away from COVID-19
10 months ago

Man arrested after reportedly opening fire and barricading himself in West Jordan home

West Jordan man has barricaded himself in his home.
10 months ago

Western wildfires: Crews make progress on huge Oregon blaze

BLY, Ore. (AP) — The nation’s largest wildfire raged through southern Oregon on Friday but crews are scaling back some night operations as hard work and weaker winds help reduce the spread of flames even as wildfires continue to threaten homes in neighboring California. The Bootleg Fire, which has destroyed an area half the size […]
10 months ago

UPDATE: Man accused of manslaughter in death of 7-year-old girl

One man is accused of manslaughter in the death of the 7-year-old girl, but three men were arrested in all in connection with the case.
10 months ago

Demolition widens search at condo site, but storms threaten

SURFSIDE, Fla. (AP) — Stormy weather is hampering search efforts at the site of a collapsed Florida condo building. Miami-Dade Assistant Fire Chief Raide Jadallah tells family members that a garage area has filled with water, and crews have had to use pumps. Thunderstorms moved into the area around the Surfside building Monday as Tropical […]
10 months ago

Car crash in West Valley early Friday kills one

The car crash involved an SUV and another vehicle and happened on 5600 West near 2200 South.
11 months ago

State housing shortage affects SUU and other state universities

There is a housing crunch affecting students at Southern Utah University, SUU officials are asking students to look for relatives to live with when they come back to school.
11 months ago

Governor Cox urges Utahns to get vaccinated headed into July 4 holiday

SALT LAKE CITY — Governor Spencer Cox is once again urging Utahns to get vaccinated.  On Thursday’s Let Me Speak To The Governor on KSL Newsradio, Cox said they are working on a number of ways to make vaccinations easier and more accessible to Utahns.  One of them includes encouraging more businesses to host events […]
11 months ago

Washington Terrace, Herriman announce water saving measures

"Tan is the new green." Two more Utah communities are announcing measures to help conserve water as Utah heads into summer in a drought.
11 months ago

Update: Officer hurt in accident on NB I-15 in stable condition

One person is hurt from a one-car accident that happened early Saturday morning on NB I-15 involving a UPD vehicle. 
11 months ago

State Street closed at 1150 South after car hits building

A portion of State Street is closed Friday morning after a car hit a building at 1150 South around 1 a.m. and caused a gas leak.
11 months ago

World Famous Yum Yum Food Truck vandalized with Anti-Asian graffiti

A well-known food truck was vandalized over the weekend The World Famous Yum Yum Food Truck spray-painted with anti-Asian graffiti.
11 months ago

Man, 30, dead from shooting at a Taylorsville apartment complex

Unified Police say a man is dead after a shooting broke out at a Taylorsville apartment complex Friday evening.
12 months ago

Orem shooting leaves one dead, two wounded, suspect in custody

The Orem shooting happened at a church near the canal trail, the bodies were found in a car. A search continues for a suspect.
12 months ago

Man dead after overnight shooting in Salt Lake City

It happened at a house party near 2400 East 1700 South. Police Lt. Gary Trost says officers got the call just after midnight that there was a fight, and a 19-year-old man had been shot. 
12 months ago

Police investigate discovery of dead body in Taylorsville Wednesday afternoon

Unified Police are investigating a suspicious death of a 16-year-old from Taylorsville.
12 months ago

Dirt bike rider at state capitol in custody after injuring UHP trooper

Man who rode his dirt bike up onto the grounds of Utah's state capitol early Saturday morning is under arrest after injuring UHP tooper.
12 months ago

College convocations for the University of Utah held in-person this year

For the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, in-person college convocations at the University of Utah are happening.
1 year ago

Chicken wing shortage has local bar-b-que restaurant ‘winging it’

A national chicken wing shortage is hitting Utah businesses too. One local wings restaurant says prices are soaring.
1 year ago

2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross returns after COVID-19 delay

The 2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross returns to Salt Lake City this Saturday after a year of "bubble" competitions amid the pandemic.
1 year ago

Ken Potts, USS Arizona survivor gets parade, Blackhawk ride, for 100th birthday

One of the last remaining survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Ken Potts, is one of only two living survivors that were aboard the battleship USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
1 year ago

Suspect in officer-involved shooting outside jail had criminal record

New details emerged Sunday about a suspect accused of shooting two deputies outside the jail on Saturday before they shot and killed him. 
1 year ago