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.

Developer, HOA apologize over Ramadan decoration fine

A Lehi neighborhood is standing behind a Muslim family after the HOA fined them over their Ramadan decorations. 
1 year ago

Utah’s unemployment down, employment up in April, marking economic progress, say DWFS

In April, Utah's unemployment rate dropped to 2.8%, compared to 2.9% from the month prior, according to the most recent employment report
1 year ago

COVID-19 testing site at the Maverik Center closes due to less demand

Friday is the last day resident can receive a COVID-19 test from the Maverik Center testing site before it permanently closes due to decreased demand.
1 year ago

Report: Number of business deals in Utah down during pandemic, but value hit new record of $26B

Even though there were fewer business deals made in Utah overall in 2020, the value of those deals reached a new high of $26.4 billion.
1 year ago

BBC faces questions of integrity after Princess Diana report

LONDON (AP) — British broadcaster BBC, seen as a respected source of news and information around the world, is facing questions at home about its integrity following a scathing report on its explosive 1995 interview with Princess Diana. Britain’s justice secretary said Friday that the government would review the rules governing oversight of the BBC […]
1 year ago

Palestinians see victory as Israel warns Hamas in Gaza cease fire

Palestinians rallied by the thousands Friday after a cease-fire took effect in the latest Gaza war, however, Israel is still sending a warning to Hamas.
1 year ago

The Fear Factory launches their 2021 ‘Ten Years of Fear’ celebration with this weekend’s Halfway to Halloween haunts

This year as The Fear Factory marks their ‘Ten Years of Fear,’ they are excited to roll out some unique events and experiences for loyal horror fans.
1 year ago

US House votes to create panel to probe Jan. 6 insurrection

The House voted Wednesday to create an independent commission on the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
1 year ago

New trails, parks and signs: A look at the 99 outdoors projects to receive grants from Utah in 2021

A $500,000 grant toward the construction of nearly 25 miles of new bike trail east of Zion National Park highlighted the Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation's seventh annual outdoors grant.
1 year ago

Smith’s Food, Kroger to drop mask requirement if fully vaccinated

Smith's Food & Drug is joining other retailers by dropping its mask requirement for patrons and employees who are fully vaccinated. 
1 year ago

Utah volleyball players carry dolls to show support for coach

Utah volleyball players carried plastic baby dolls as a sign of support for breastfeeding coaches at a weekend tournament in Denver.
1 year ago

Utah’s drought might bring out the bears… Here’s how to protect yourself

There's a strong possibility Utah's drought will bring out bears more than normal this year. Here's how to protect yourself from the burly animal.
1 year ago

It’s getting warmer outside… Here’s how to protect your dog from the heat

The heat will soon be beating down upon us, making it a tad miserable at times--especially for your dog. Here are some tips to protect your pup on hot days.
1 year ago

AP source: Govt to ease up guidance on indoor mask-wearing

The CDC will ease indoor mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people, allowing them to safely stop wearing masks inside in most places.
1 year ago

No masks required for the last week of school, Governor Cox says

K-12 students can ditch their masks during the last week of school, Governor Cox announced Thursday during his weekly COVID-19 briefing.
1 year ago

CDC expert says it’s OK to get a COVID-19 vaccine alongside other vaccines

A CDC expert said it's OK to give the coronavirus vaccine alongside other vaccinations, a major boon for children and teenagers behind on their regular inoculations.
1 year ago

Lacrosse match between Highland, Wasatch under investigation after alleged use of racial slur

A high school lacrosse match between rival schools in Utah is under investigation after an alleged use of a racial slur by at least one of the players.
1 year ago

Say goodbye to extra Chick-fil-A sauce… for now

SALT LAKE CITY — It’s the never-ending saga of shortages. Next on the list: beloved Chick-fil-A sauce. The chicken chain is limiting the amount of Chick-fil-A sauces per order due to an industry-wide shortage.  The new Chick-fil-A sauce ratio is as follows: 1 sauce per entree 2 sauces per meal 3 sauces per 30-count chicken […]
1 year ago

Masks still required in Salt Lake City buildings until further notice

Salt Lake City will still require members of the public and city workers to wear masks when visiting a city building or facility.
1 year ago

KSL NewsRadio, KSL TV win four regional Edward R. Murrow Awards

KSL NewsRadio and KSL-TV were awarded four Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards for their production of outstanding broadcast and digital journalism in 2020.
1 year ago

President Biden’s declaration to Congress: America’s democracy ‘is rising anew’

President Joe Biden declared “America is rising anew” as he called for an expansion of federal programs to drive the economy past the coronavirus pandemic and broadly extend the social safety net on a scale not seen in decades.
1 year ago

Historic Native American petroglyph known as ‘The Birthing Scene’ vandalized

A historic and ancient petroglyph near Moab known as "The Birthing Scene" or "Birthing Rock" has been vandalized with vulgar language and drawings. 
1 year ago

CDC says many Americans can now go outside without a mask

The CDC eased its guidelines on the wearing of masks outdoors, saying fully vaccinated Americans don't need to cover their faces anymore unless they are in a big crowd of strangers.
1 year ago

VIDEO: South Ogden police investigating two reported attempted kidnappings

The South Ogden Police Department is investigating two separate attempted kidnappings in a town with a little over 17,00 residents. 
1 year ago