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

People in Eagle Mountain question whether their water is safe after change

There are concerns among the residents of Eagle Mountain about how safe their water is to drink.
17 days ago

Police body cameras in Farmington officer-involved shooting turned off after 5 minutes

Body cameras at the scene of an officer-involved shooting in Farmington Wednesday were turned off just five minutes from the time shots were fired.
21 days ago

Police body cams turned off after officer-involved shooting in Farmington

FARMINGTON, Utah — Audio from the moments after a shooting in Farmington Wednesday is raising new questions as the investigation begins.  A 25-year-old man, Chase Allen, was shot and killed by police after a traffic stop yesterday outside the Farmington Post Office. Police have said he was “non-compliant.” Someone can be heard on scanners giving […]
22 days ago

All-Star Weekend sting operation leads to child exploitation arrests

SALT LAKE CITY  — 12 people are in jail after a sting operation across the state during All-Star Weekend worked to crack down on child exploitation. The FBI worked with police departments across the state for 10 days around All-Star Weekend. The goal of the sting operation was to find people who police say were […]
24 days ago

All-Star weekend will go well with enough patience, SLC officials say

Salt Lake City Mayor Mendenhall said officials are preparing for 100,000 people to come into the city for the All-Star weekend.
1 month ago

White House says recently shot down flying objects are not UFOs

The White House says the recently shot down flying objects are not UFOs. Some people believe they’re proof that we’re not alone in the Universe.
1 month ago

New bill could prevent HOAs from fining over yellow grass

A bill that would make it illegal for HOAs to fine someone for yellow spots in their grass passed its first hurdle Friday.
1 month ago

Equality Utah supports bill clarifying rules for therapists when it comes to conversion therapy for minors

Equality Utah is supporting a bill adjusting rules for therapists when it comes to conversion therapy for minors.
2 months ago

Thousands of dead birds are washing ashore at the Great Salt Lake

Tens of thousands of dead birds are washing up on the shores of the Great Salt Lake. Wildlife experts say it's all very normal.
2 months ago

Bill banning vaccine passports heading to Utah Senate

A bill to ban vaccine passports is heading out of the Utah House and into the Utah Senate. The bill is similar to a failed bill from 2022.
2 months ago

Sen. Lee quotes Taylor Swift lyrics during Ticket Master/Live Nation hearing

Who knew Sen. Mike Lee is a swiftie? The senator quoted Taylor Swift lyrics multiple times at a senate committee hearing Tuesday.
2 months ago

Utah House Education Committee gives thumbs up to school voucher bill

A school voucher bill is heading to the full Utah State House for consideration. The bill involves things such as a bonus for teachers.
2 months ago

Salt Lake City School District looking at possible school closures

The Salt Lake City School District is looking at closing schools, but closures probably won't happen for another year as the school looks at options.
2 months ago

Salt Lake City Mayor orders homeless shelters to open more beds following five deaths

The order for more beds in homeless shelters comes after five unsheltered people died in the past week in freezing temperatures. 
3 months ago

Much-needed money on the way to help save the Great Salt Lake

Utah will be receiving money in the sum of $10 million to help in saving the Great Salt Lake.
3 months ago

With shortage on children’s medicine, hospitals look for other treatments

With a shortage on children's medicine, even experts at Primary Children's Hospital have been forced to become creative in how they treat sick children.
3 months ago

Families of Hunter High shooting victims unhappy with plea deal

The families of three Hunter High students who were shot in January are upset with the plea deal given to the 15-year-old suspect.
4 months ago

Provo Police looking for information about two cars in deadly hit-and-run

Police are asking anyone with information about the hit-and-run to contact Provo Police Detective Smith at 
4 months ago

Lawsuit against Arches National Park after incident resulting in the death of a woman

A trial is underway after a woman was decapitated at Arches National Park. Her family alleges the park was negligent in not securing a gate that killed her.
4 months ago

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.
4 months 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."
4 months 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.
4 months 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.
4 months 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.
4 months ago