Saige Miller

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Saige Miller is a proud University of Utah graduate and a digital content producer at KSL NewsRadio. Contact her at smiller@ksl.com.

Utah firework restrictions and bans currently in place

The severe drought is prompting many cities and counties around Utah to issue fireworks bans and restrictions to minimize wildfire risks.
11 months ago

GOP filibuster halts Democrats’ signature voting bill

The Democrats' sweeping attempt to rewrite U.S. election and voting law stalled in the Senate Tuesday, blocked by a wall of Republican opposition.
11 months ago

Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas joins Inside Sources

Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas joined KSL NewsRadio’s Inside Sources to discuss the upcoming games in Tokyo and what athletes need to do to keep themselves physically and mentally healthy.   Listen to the conversation. 
11 months ago

President Biden pushes shots for young adults as variant concern grows

The U.S. government is stepping up efforts to get younger Americans vaccinated for COVID-19 as concerns grow about the spread of a new variant that threatens to set the country back in the months ahead.
11 months ago

Juneteenth marks ‘the freedom of all Americans,’ says Utah Black Chamber founder

To the founder of the Utah Black Chamber, Juneteenth represents more than just the emancipation of Black citizens--it's the freedom of all Americans.
11 months ago

Sandy leaders, Gov. Cox encourage the state legislature to ban fireworks

To minimize the risk of wildfires during the drought, Governor Spencer Cox, along with city officials, is calling on the Utah Legislature to ban fireworks this year. 
11 months ago

Questions about firework restrictions, drought, coronavirus, or anything? Ask Gov. Cox your question

SALT LAKE CITY– It’s time for Utah Governor Spencer Cox to answer your questions. If you would like Cox to respond to something on your mind, ask away during ‘Let Me Speak to the Governor,’ from noon to 1 pm.  Call 801 KSL TALK or text 575 8255 to ask your question.   
11 months ago

Senator Romney speaks on two Utah national monuments following Sec. Haaland’s recommendations

Senator Mitt Romney spoke on the highly debated boundaries of Grand Staircase Escalante and Bears Ears National Monuments.
11 months ago

President Biden, Putin conclude summit between ‘two great powers’

U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin concluded their summit meeting Wednesday between what the American leader called “two great powers,” wrapping up more quickly than expected.
11 months ago

UPDATE: Temperatures in Salt Lake City hit 107-degrees, a record high

Temperatures reached 106-degrees in Salt Lake City Tuesday, for the first time ever in the month of June. 
11 months ago

Fire restrictions announced for Utah BLM land, no makeshift campfires

The Bureau of Land Management has enacted fire restrictions across Utah to minimize wildfire probability. 
11 months ago

Chick-fil-A’s peach milkshake back on Utah menu

Summer is officially here with the return of Chick-fil-A's iconic peach milkshake. The seasonal treat is back on the menu across Utah locations. 
11 months ago

One person dead following officer shooting at Pioneer Park in SLC

At least one person is dead following an incident that led to a police shooting at Pioneer Park in Salt Lake City Thursday morning. 
12 months ago

Human-caused fire near Moab leads to evacuations

A fire burning south of Moab Thursday afternoon has been found to be human-caused and has led to multiple evacuations.
12 months ago

East Canyon Fire human caused, evacuations lifted

Crews are working to put out a new fire sparked along Highway 66 outside of East Canyon State Park Tuesday afternoon.
12 months ago

Cooling centers open for seniors in Salt Lake County

As it continues to get hotter, multiple cooling centers are open to residents looking to escape the scorching sun in Salt Lake County.
12 months ago

The first COVID-19 long haulers clinic opens in Utah

The University of Utah Health opened the first clinic in the state dedicated to treating COVID-19 long haulers symptoms.  
12 months ago

Salt Lake City School Board member faces child pornography accusations; board demands his resignation

A Salt Lake City School Board member is currently in jail as police investigate his accused possession of child pornography. 
12 months ago

June is officially LGBTQ+ Pride month in Utah

Utah is officially recognizing June as LGBTQ+ Pride month following a declaration signed by Governor Spencer Cox Tuesday.
12 months ago

Ransomeware attack hits largest meat processing company, disrupts global production

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A ransomware attack on the world’s largest meat processing company is disrupting production around the world just weeks after a similar incident shut down a U.S. oil pipeline. JBS SA of Brazil notified the U.S. of a ransom demand from a criminal organization likely based in Russia, White House principal deputy […]
12 months ago

State School Board Committee OKs rule banning critical race theory

A Utah State Board of Education committee sided with the Utah legislature on banning Critical Race Theory in public schools.
12 months ago

Beware of Memorial Day scams targeting veterans, military families

The Better Business Bureau is warning people to be vigilant of scams targeting veterans and military families during Memorial Day weekend.
12 months ago

Lori Vallow Daybell could face charges related to death of late husband

Lori Vallow Daybell could potentially face a conspiracy to commit first-degree murder charge over the death of her late husband Charles Vallow.
12 months ago

Organizers of Utah County rave during pandemic peak agree to public apology

The Utah organizers of a Halloween rave attended by thousands during the pandemic have taken a plea deal requiring them to apologize.
1 year ago