Aimee Cobabe

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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

12 Salt Lake City schools getting free breakfast and lunch this school year

The 12 schools all qualify for the Community Eligibility Provision, which looks at the number of families applying for other government assistance programs.
13 days ago

Removing the stigma: International Overdose Awareness Day

International Overdose Awareness Day is Thursday Aug. 31. The day recognizes and adds awareness to drug overdoses and recovery.
24 days ago

State correctional facility to offer new education programs

New education programs are being offered to women at the Utah Correctional Facility to help them prepare for a return to society.
30 days ago

Hundreds of bats discovered and removed from Highland High

Utah wildlife officials said nearly 70 bats were hanging around the third floor of Highland High. Nearly150 bats were outside.
1 month ago

Altercation at Central Utah Correctional Facility sends 5 to the hospital

The Utah Department of Corrections says an altercation Monday night at the Central Utah Correctional Facility involved 15 individuals, and five were taken to the hospital.
1 month ago

How to keep kids safe online with back to school posts

Parents and students are posting on social media about heading back to school. One IT expert joins KSL NewsRadio to discuss if this is safe.
1 month ago

Cattle drive surprises drivers in Logan Canyon

Like a scene from a John Wayne western movie, hundreds of cattle lined one side of the highway up in Logan Canyon Monday.
1 month ago

Giant sinkhole on 10600 South diverts traffic in South Jordan

A giant sinkhole formed in the middle of the eastbound lanes on 10600 South in South Jordan. All eastbound lanes are closed until the hole can be repaired.
2 months ago

Thermo Fisher Scientific shutting down Ogden facility

Thermo Fisher Scientific says the closure of the Ogden facility is just temporary while it sorts out volume demand.
2 months ago

Salt Lake County DA Sim Gill leading cause to bring Afghanistan prosecutors to U.S.

Salt Lake County DA Sim Gill is leading Prosecutors for Prosecutors to bring thousands of prosecutors from Afghanistan to the U.S.
2 months ago

How many earthquakes are happening under our feet? University of Utah researchers reveal answer

Wondering how many earthquakes are happening right now? At least for Utah, there’s a lot more than we can feel, says the University of Utah.
2 months ago

Former USU football player settles lawsuit

Former USU football player Patrick Maddox is getting $150,000 in the settlement of his lawsuit against the university.
2 months ago

Judge dismisses Crumbl lawsuit against Crave

A lawsuit between two Utah cookie companies, Crumbl Cookies and Crave Cookies, is now over. A judge has dismissed the lawsuit.
2 months ago

Salvation Army going out with cold water to help homeless people amid heat wave

A heat wave is bringing triple-digit temperatures to the state, posing a danger to homeless Utahns.
2 months ago

Diamond Ranch Academy closing after being denied a license renewal

The Utah Department of Health and Human Services said they are not renewing the licenses to Diamond Ranch Academy in southern Utah.
2 months ago

Downeast founder to take over as president and CEO of World Trade Center Utah

The World Trade Center Utah announced Friday Utah businessman Jonathan Freedman would take over as president and CEO.
3 months ago

Is Airbnb heading for a crash? Some experts say no

Is Airbnb heading for a crash that will cause thousands of homes to go back onto the market? Utah experts say no.
3 months ago

Hold off on fireworks until the wind dies down, meteorologist says

The weather leading up to the Fourth of July is going to be a little rocky as the valley faces high winds and chances of thunderstorms.
3 months ago

Utah leaders respond to Supreme Court’s student loan relief decision

Millions of borrowers will not receive student loan relief after a Supreme Court decision and reactions are split among Utahns.
3 months ago

New Delta pilot training facility coming to SLC

Delta is breaking ground on a pilot training facility just west of the airport. This will be the first training facility outside of Atlanta.
3 months ago

Utah book challenges by the numbers: A KSL investigation

KSL investigated the number of book challenges in each of Utah's 41 school districts. This is what we discovered in the data.
3 months ago

Utah County Sheriff’s Office warns against climbing Bridal Veil Falls

People are still climbing on avalanche debris near Bridal Veil Falls, even as the Utah County Sheriff's Office warns against it.
3 months ago

Following complaint against Bible in schools, Book of Mormon receives complaint for “sensitive content”

First it was the Bible and now Davis School District has a complaint against the Book of Mormon being on school bookshelves.
4 months ago

Davis schools remove Bible from certain school shelves

A Davis district review of the Bible found it didn't meet the "sensitive materials" definition in Utah, and it was returned to high schools.
4 months ago