Nick Wyatt

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Nick Wyatt is a reporter and anchor as well as an associate producer. Basically, he does everything at KSL NewsRadio. Contact him at nwyatt@ksl.com.

Not as many Utahns quit their jobs in September as the rest of the country

A record 4.4 million Americans quit their jobs in September, but the trend wasn't quite as extreme in Utah.
9 months ago

Four players kicked out at a Jazz game with loss to Pacers

Rudy Gobert, Joe Ingles, and Donovan Mitchell were kicked out at a Jazz game Thursday night after a scuffle. Myles Turner was also ejected.
9 months ago

Intermountain Healthcare plans drone prescription deliveries

Intermountain Healthcare is teaming up with electric drone maker Zipline to make drone prescription deliveries starting in 2022.
9 months ago

Lawmakers pass bill allowing federal vaccine mandate exemptions

On Wednesday, Utah lawmakers voted to approve a bill allowing employees to claim exemptions from the federal vaccine mandate for businesses.
9 months ago

High inflation might strain holiday budgets

This year, the usual holiday shopping might be more expensive due to inflation, supply chain issues, and labor shortages.
9 months ago

COVID-19 vaccine clinics for kids 5-11

Healthcare networks and school districts around Utah are setting up COVID vaccine clinics for kids 5 to 11 years old Monday.
9 months ago

Airport traffic up from last year, but not quite to pre-pandemic levels

Airport traffic is up and the U.S. Department of Transportation says the number of flights in August was 50% higher than the same month in 2020.
9 months ago

Utah had better traditional fire season than last year

Utah had a much better traditional fire season than state officials predicted back in April. The fires were also kept smaller by fire crews.
10 months ago

Sandy to have first female mayor, will West Valley follow suit?

Sandy to have first female mayor, Monica Zoltanski. Will West Valley follow suit in electing their first female mayor, Karen Lang?
10 months ago

BYU researchers create algorithm to predict adolescent suicidal thoughts, behavior

Researchers at BYU created an algorithm that can predict adolescent suicidal thoughts and behavior with 91% accuracy.
10 months ago

Tooele police investigate gun brought to junior high school by student

Police investigating a gun brought to junior high school by student. Investigators say the 12-year-old girl took a handgun from her parents and brought it to school on multiple occasions.
10 months ago

It’s Election Day in Utah

It's Election Day and you can either vote in person or simply drop off a completed mail-in ballot to a vote center or ballot drop box.
10 months ago

WAPO report: FBI knew about threats to Sen. Romney before Jan. 6 Capitol attack

A new Washington Post report suggests the FBI was aware of threats to Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) but chose not to act upon them.
10 months ago

What you need to know before Election Day tomorrow in Salt Lake County

Election Day is Tuesday. County clerks around the state are reminding people of deadlines and other details to ensure voting goes smoothly.
10 months ago

West Jordan officer-involved shooting leaves suspect in critical condition

West Jordan police shot a suspect after responding to a home near 8400 South 4000 West Sunday night. The suspect was not fatally injured in the West Jordan shooting.
10 months ago

Utah GOP to bid for 2024 Republican National Convention

Utah's bid for the 2024 Republican National Convention is underway with some good news, more hotel rooms than the 2012 bid.
10 months ago

Granite district to offer cash bonuses for substitute teachers

The Granite School District will offer cash bonuses to substitute teachers who work a certain number of jobs starting in November.
10 months ago

Labor shortage impacts hospitality and ski industry, could offer new careers

The ski industry (resorts, hotels, and restaurants) is understaffed by the labor shortage. Some worry it will negatively impact tourism.
10 months ago

Planning commission approves rezoning amendment for homeless tiny home village

The Salt Lake City Planning Commission approved a rezoning amendment request for the proposed Other Side Village, tiny home community for the chronically unsheltered in Utah.
10 months ago

New program raises reading literacy levels in Jordan School District

The new reading literacy program was piloted at Heartland Elementary School and puts a heavier emphasis on phonological awareness and phonics
10 months ago

SLC teachers’ union provides backpacks, supplies to refugee students

The backpacks filled with school supplies will go to refugee students in the Salt Lake City School District. 
10 months ago

Resorts and snow lovers prepare for 2021-2022 Utah ski season

Several resorts across Utah plan to start the 2021-2022 ski season in less than a month and there's already decent snow on the mountains.
10 months ago

Experts say Great Salt Lake problems require more water

Two experts who study the Great Salt Lake for years say Utah lawmakers need to allocate more water rights to the shrinking lake.
10 months ago

Logan coffee shop offers help to those experiencing mental health crisis

Cache Coffee in Logan says it will safely store guns owned by anyone experiencing a mental health crisis in effort to reduce suicide.
10 months ago