Amber Gentry

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Amber Gentry is a jack of all trades. She runs soundboards, produces, writes, and edits podcasts. You can contact her at

A crash course to understanding the Winter Solstice

The Winter Solstice makes for the longest night of the year in the northern hemisphere. Here's why it happens and where it comes from.
9 months ago

2020 brought 30% less in Utah tourism dollars, but 2021 is looking up

The near 30% decrease in Utah tourism spending impacted jobs, wages, and tax revenue. Still, the state fared better than others.
10 months ago

What to ask yourself before proposing this holiday season

If you're thinking about a holiday season proposal to your significant other, here's what you should ask yourself.
10 months ago

Doctor discusses rise in blood pressure during pandemic

The rise in blood pressure during the pandemic, as noted by one significant study of 450,000 people, was seen predominantly in women.
10 months ago

How to make your Thanksgiving celebrations more inclusive

For Indigenous cultures, this holiday is a celebration of thankfulness and is a time to express gratitude toward all.
10 months ago

How to handle difficult conversations with loved ones about masks and vaccines this holiday season 

With the holidays right around the corner, and loved ones are finally getting the opportunity to spend time together. But how do we brooch the topic of controversial opinions on masks and vaccines? Psychologist and licensed therapist Dr. Catherine Athans says it’s best to be patient and listen to differing views.  Talk About it: “It’s […]
10 months ago

Retired individuals are returning to the workforce in droves

Tired of retirement? Research reveals that retired individuals are returning to the workforce in the multitudes. DMBA Certified Financial planner Shane Stewart joined Utah’s Morning News on Monday to explain the reasoning’s why we are seeing this trend.  “There are some who retired for what we call ‘bad reasons,’ meaning they were fearful of the pandemic or were forced […]
10 months ago

Volunteers of America has resources for homeless youth

SALT LAKE CITY — Thousands of Utah’s homeless youth are not only facing hunger, but are experiencing homelessness. Volunteers of America is a program that aims to promote and spread awareness for the more vulnerable people in our community.   As a part of Utah Gives Back presented by Select Health, The Director of Youth […]
10 months ago

Salt Lake City Mission needs hundreds of turkeys for those in need

The Salt Lake City Mission will start to distribute turkeys and all the fixings for a Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 19th.
11 months ago

Bridging the divides: Tim Shriver on the benefit of doubt

The importance of giving someone the benefit of the doubt, said Inside Sources guest Tim Shriver, can help bridge the American divides.
11 months ago

COVID 19 testing in Utah now easier with more hours and locations

Those who need COVID testing in Utah now have more hours, locations, and testing options all across the state. No appointment is needed. 
11 months ago

Utah veteran uses virtual reality to help others combat PTSD 

Veterans can use virtual reality to connect with doctors and fellow veterans, as well as play games to help ease stress they may be feeling.
11 months ago

Mayor Wilson: Gondola system up Little Cottonwood Canyon not the answer

Instead of a gondola system, Mayor Jenny Wilson suggests a mobility hub and then an enhanced bus system for Little Cottonwood Canyon.
11 months ago

Plan trips to Utah national parks in advance, say tourism officials

Utah national parks are crowded and finding a spot takes strategy. Vicky Varella from the Utah Office of Tourism joins the conversation.
11 months ago

Wendover Fire Department warns against dogs and circular bones

The warning comes after Wendover firefighters remove a bone stuck on a dog's lower jaw. The dog needed sedation for the procedure.
11 months ago

October sets new record for snowfall in Utah, officials hoping for more

Ski Utah officials reported a much higher snowfall this October than normal, in fact this was the snowiest October since 2004.
11 months ago

A Crash Course on Dia de los Muertos 

Dia de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday celebrated to honor those who passed on before us. It is also referred to as the Day of the Dead. While sharing some common identifiers, Dia de los Muerto should not be mistaken for the Mexican verison of Halloween. Both holidays do share some overlapping traditions, such […]
11 months ago

One in five Utahns support a cash payment for addicts to stay sober

At least half of those participating in the study said that addicts should receive an outright cash payment to stay sober.
11 months ago

Last chance to experience Red Rocks Film Festival in Cedar City, Utah

This year the Red Rocks Film Festival screened 80 films from 26 countries, with more than 20 films receiving red carpet premieres.
11 months ago

The Ice Castles attraction in Midway is moving to a cool new location

Ice Castles isn't moving far, the attraction is staying in Midway but headed to the Soldier Hollow Nordic Center.
11 months ago

Broadway Centre Cinemas to reopen Friday after 19 months of closure

SALT LAKE CITY — A very long 589 days have passed, but the wait is finally over. The beloved Broadway Centre Cinemas will reopen on Friday October 22, and Tori Baker is ready. “We are so excited. Really tired, but so excited,” said Baker, president and CEO of the Salt Lake Film Society. One of […]
11 months ago

Granite district says n95 masks given to them by the state are being used

A district spokesman told KSL NewsRadio that children in their district can request a new n95 mask every week.
12 months ago

Deaths on Utah roads hold steady from 2020 to 2021

The state's rate of deaths remained roughly the same on Utah roads from the year before, despite a campaign urging drivers to "Summer Safely."
1 year ago