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.

Great Salt Lake dust could be toxic, bad for snow season

Dust from portions of dried lake bed at the Great Salt Lake could be problematic. An expert shares the possibilities (they're not good).
10 months ago

McCluskey parents launch initiative tackling campus dating violence, stalking

JIll and Matt McCluskey honored their daughter, Lauren McCluskey, with a lap around the U. track on the third anniversary of Lauren's murder.
10 months ago

Intermountain recommendation for COVID-19 booster – repeat the past

The Intermountain recommendation is that people get the same booster as their original vaccine, but mixing and matching is ok.
10 months ago

Assaults against police officers rose in 2020 from year before

The FBI reports over 60,000 police officers were assaulted last year, representing an increase in assaults over the year before.
10 months ago

No more plea bargains for gun crimes announces Salt Lake County DA

Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill says his office will no longer offer plea bargains in cases of violent crime involving a firearm.
10 months ago

Are there solutions for the supply chain headaches?

There seems no simple solution to the lingering supply chain problems. Experts believe it will take several steps to get back on track.
10 months ago

Gov. Cox announces fund for incoming Afghan refugees

Gov. Spencer Cox announced a new Afghan Community Fund to help support the 765 incoming Afghan refugees to Utah.
10 months ago

Is permanent inflation a byproduct of continuing supply chain disruptions?

Economists are debating whether permanent inflation will accompany ongoing shipping delays and other problems.
10 months ago

Concealed firearm permit applications drop after new Utah law takes effect

Concealed firearm permit applications are down in Utah after the state passed a permitless "Constitutional Carry" law earlier in 2021.
10 months ago

Emerald Project looks to build understanding of Islam with more Afghan refugees arriving in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — The Emerald Project, a non-profit group, is working with Muslim youth to give them a voice and help build an understanding of Islam in the community. The group held its second annual “Slam Islamaphobia” poetry event at the Gateway Mall on Friday.  Slam Islamaphobia poetry event hosted by @emerald_project & @utahhumanities […]
10 months ago

University of Utah asks for COVID-19 tests ahead of return from fall break

The University of Utah is asking students, staff, and faculty to get tested for COVID-19 before returning to campus from fall break.
10 months ago

BYU Cougarettes Instagram page held hostage by hacker

The BYU Cougarettes Instagram page is in the hands of an internet hacker demanding a $1,000 ransom. The page was taken over Sept. 30.
10 months ago

Salt Lake City accused of civil rights violations during Floyd protest

A lawsuit alleges Salt Lake City and its police force violated civil rights during the May 30, 2020 protest over the murder of George Floyd.
10 months ago

Supply-chain issues impacting local snowboard shops, related businesses

Two local snowboard shops experiencing delays in orders and price increases due to the ongoing global supply chain issues.
10 months ago

Cold weather prompts donation requests for homeless population

Homeless resource providers are requesting donations of warm clothing, socks, underwear, and hygiene kits as winter weather moves into Utah.
10 months ago

Local program looks to help women break into tech industry

SALT LAKE CITY — A local program called Tech Moms is giving women the skills they need to land tech jobs.  Tech Moms The Tech Moms program offers a foundational education in coding, cyber security, and data science. Tech Moms also features workshops with guest speakers.  Tech Moms founder and RizeNext CEO Trina Limpert says […]
10 months ago

Cyber security: Do you know how to #BECYBERSMART?

Security experts are offering tips for National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Some simple steps can prevent problems down the road.
10 months ago

Health department: Salt Lake City schools lowest risk of student COVID-19

The Salt Lake City School District has the lowest cumulative risk for student COVID-19 infection in Salt Lake County.
11 months ago

Vaccine swastika protest display offensive says U. history professor

The use of a vaccine swastika in a Utah protest is called disturbing and traumatizing by a University of Utah history professor.
11 months ago

American Fork company looks to hire Afghan refugees

American Fork-based Xlear wants to bring on 10 or more Afghan refugees to fill entry-level manufacturing jobs.
11 months ago

Utah Jazz visit San Antonio Spurs for preseason opener, KSL broadcast debut

The preseason game between the Utah Jazz and San Antonio Spurs won't be televised. The only places to listen are KSL Newsradio and The Zone.
11 months ago

Utah labor shortage affects mostly lower skilled workers

People with fewer skills and less education are more hesitant to return to the workforce because of the pandemic.
11 months ago

General Conference: the intersection of faith and technology

Technology has made it possible for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints everywhere to watch General Conference.
11 months ago

Gov. Cox announces test to travel program

The state health department will operate a separate COVID-19 test-to-travel line for travelers at the Cannon Health Building in Salt Lake City.
11 months ago