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.

As the old state prison goes down, development of The Point begins

The Point will take about two decades for developers to finish, but leaders in the project are optimistic that the planned community will be worth the wait.
2 days ago

Demolition begins at the old Utah State Prison in Draper

It took years to get the Utah State Prison to this point. Now, the site will be repurposed and built into a so-called "15-minute community."
3 days ago

Historic Logan Tabernacle vandalized

Police in Logan are investigating vandalism at a historic tabernacle for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
11 days ago

Judge denies retrial for Jerrod Baum, convicted of killing Utah teens

Baum wanted a retrial so his defense could use statements made by a juror after Baum's murder trial concluded.
11 days ago

Home sale rates are dropping faster in Salt Lake City than in any other city

Salt Lake City is leading the nation for having the biggest drop in home sales year-over-year. Utah’s hotter-than-hot housing market is cooling quickly.
15 days ago

Message to Utah skiers from UDOT about traffic — plan ahead

A driver shortage is one of the traffic issues affecting Utah skiers during the 2022-2023 ski season. Growing crowds and traffic are others.
18 days ago

Air show crash victim identified as former Utah resident

Dan Ragan, a former Utah resident, was one of the victims of an air show crash in Dallas. Two vintage planes collided in midair.
18 days ago

Illnesses such as RSV already striking children hard

Illnesses such as RSV are causing more and more children to be admitted to the hospital.
21 days ago

Granite District: Computer glitch sent negative lunch balance notices

A computer glitch in the Granite School District has inadvertently notified parents that their students have a negative lunch balance. The district is working to correct the issue.
22 days ago

Department of Justice to monitor polling stations in San Juan County

Election polling stations in San Juan County will be monitored Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Justice. In the past, there have been complaints such as translation in Navajo Nation.
25 days ago

Police concerned about two teens missing from Utah area

Spanish Fork police say the teens have been missing since Friday.
25 days ago

School districts in Utah keeping lunch costs down despite inflation

Inflation hasn't hit some school lunchrooms yet, and school districts in Utah have been able to keep school lunch prices down as a result.
28 days ago

Wednesday’s snowstorm will help with water needs of the state

A snowstorm that moved through northern Utah on Wednesday made it look like winter along the Wasatch Front. A KSL meteorologist says the snow will help with Utah's drought.
30 days ago

Springville High student suspended for wearing Ku Klux Klan costume

The Springville High student came into the school wearing a sheet for a ghost costume, but supposedly later put on a white KKK-style hood to take a picture.
30 days ago

Video of blackface in Utah first surfaced on TikTok

The video shows three teens in blackface dressed up like criminals, purportedly in a Utah Walmart.
1 month ago

One year since 13-year-old hit and killed in Taylorsville crosswalk

Karl Finch was hit in a crosswalk on 2700 West in Taylorsville. He later died at Primary Children's Hospital from his injuries. 
1 month ago

In for a scare? Here are some scary movies filmed in Utah

'Tis the season for scary movies and Utah has hosted a few frightening films over the years. From the 60's to the 2010's, there's something for everyone.
1 month ago

The Great Resignation isn’t all bad, Utah economist says

SALT LAKE CITY — In a sign that the Great Resignation continues, Utah’s quit rate has gone back up in recent months. In a slight bump, about 3.5% of Utah workers quit their jobs in August, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. But as Utahns continue to quit their jobs, economists say it’s […]
1 month ago

National Report Card shows decline in math and reading, but it’s not as bad in Utah

The National Assessment of Educational Progress showed huge declines in math and reading tests for both fourth and eighth grades.
1 month ago

Legislature look to make changes to the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office

Utah lawmakers are examining the possibility of making some changes to the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office.
1 month ago

Snow this weekend, is ski season in Utah almost here?

It's still a bit too early to tell what the snow season will look like, but that doesn’t mean Ski Utah isn’t excited.
1 month ago

Housing crisis in Park City about to get a lot worse

It’s about to get even harder to find a place to live in Park City and the surrounding area. 
1 month ago

Complaint alleges discrimination against Latino students in Alpine School District

An advocacy group alleged that Alpine School District discriminates based on race and income, and diverts money away from Title I schools.
2 months ago

Utah drought update: how did we fare this summer?

The latest drought update for Utah shows low water levels. This is in spite of the state's efforts to conserve water over the summer.
2 months ago