Aimee Cobabe

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Website: https://www.kslnewsradio.com

Aimee Cobabe is a Utah native who fell in love with storytelling as a kid reading anything she could get her hands on. She fell in love with radio production at Utah State University. Now, she chases good stories for KSL NewsRadio. You can reach her at acobabe@ksl.com.

Firefighters are camping to continue to battle the Silver King Fire

647 firefighters are camping in the small towns of Richfield and Marysvalle as they continue to battle the Silver King Fire.
4 days ago

Head football coach at USU officially responds to firing over Title IX policy

Football coach's written response, provided after accusations of impropriety related to Title IX, is reportedly 70 pages long.
5 days ago

Judge rules against Colby Jenkins in uncured ballots lawsuit

A judge ruled that Colby Jenkins' cannot compel the county clerk to give him the list of "uncured" ballots.
13 days ago

Stadium of Fire show being investigated; what it was like during the show

The Stadium of Fire show this year caused a bit of chaos, according to a man watching the show. Now, the show is under investigation.
14 days ago

Man accused of killing Santaquin officer gets new representation

Michael Jayne, the man accused of killing a Santaquin Police officer has new private attorneys working on his case.
18 days ago

Man who killed Dylan Rounds sentenced after plea deal

James Brenner admitted he killed Dylan Rounds in 2022. He entered a plea deal, and then showed Box Elder County officials where Rounds could be found.
20 days ago

Increased traffic is costing you time and money

Traffic analytics company INRIX says for the average driver, traffic times have increased to 23 hours, as opposed to 19 hours in 2022.
21 days ago

Utah leaders present plans to the IOC in hopes to host the 2034 Olympics

The Olympics being held in Utah are becoming a reality one step at a time, and Utah leaders just took one more step towards that reality.
24 days ago

High court decision may impact transgender-related medical treatment for Utah minors

The Supreme Court will hear a Tennessee case arguing that a ban on all medical treatments prescribed to help minors transition is unconstitutional.
27 days ago

Utah files lawsuit over BLM Public Lands Rule

In the lawsuit, Utah accuses the BLM of taking a "museum-like" approach to the state's public lands.
1 month ago

Utah House passes bill requiring government to comply with Utah law, not portions of federal Title IX law

One of the biggest issues involves a bill passed during the regular session, having to do with the future of a coal power plant in Delta, Utah. 
1 month ago

Utah governor’s office pushing back against Denver for bussing immigrants to Utah

Gov. Spencer Cox's office says that the City of Denver did not consult with them about sending immigrants to Utah.
1 month ago

Utah getting closer to 2034 Olympics, but it’s not over yet

Utah legislative leaders got a preview of the 2034 Olympics in a meeting Tuesday. This is just ahead of things becoming official.
1 month ago

Utah governor, fire officials ask Utahns to take wildfire safety seriously

All our winter snow could spell disaster for Utah's wildfire season. It's why Gov. Cox encouraged Utahns to do their part to prevent wildfires.
1 month ago

Salt Lake County DA filing charges against man accused of hitting officer with a car

The Salt Lake County District Attorney is filing charges against a man accused of hitting a police officer with his car last month.
1 month ago

More road buckling is possible as temperatures climb

John Gleason with UDOT said road buckling usually pops up in the early summer. “Our crews are always on the ready."
2 months ago

State Auditor says very few bathroom bill complaints made on “good faith”

The State Auditor has found just five viable complaints, out of thousands, related to the state’s new “bathroom bill.”
2 months ago

University of Utah changes policy on tuition coverage for student employees

The University of Utah is changing its policy on covering tuition costs for employees. Not everyone is pleased with this change.
2 months ago

Parents, do you know who’s chatting with the kids on Roblox?

Roblox is an online gaming platform used by 71.5 million people every day. About half of those users are under age 13.
2 months ago

Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall is asking for a pay raise

Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall is looking to increase her pay for up to 26% which will make an additional $44,000 a year. She is also proposing a 5% pay increase for all city employees for this year.
2 months ago

Man accused of killing Santaquin officer appears in court

In a wheelchair and escorted by police, Michael Aaron Jayne appeared virtually from the Utah County Jail, to hear the charges against him.
2 months ago

Man accused of killing Dylan Rounds pleads guilty to murder

Dylan Rounds disappeared in April 2022. His remains were found in Box Elder County about a month ago. 
2 months ago

Shops at South Town asks temporary business to leave

Dreamscapes interactive art museum will relocate, after spending two years at the Shops at South Town in Sandy, Utah.
2 months ago

Dozens of Utah bridges need repairs, prepare for summer closures

Transportation officials said this week that 62 bridges in Salt Lake County alone need attention because of winter wear and tear.
2 months ago