Allie Litzinger

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Website: http://kslnewsradio

Allie Litzinger is a born and raised San Diego-an now turned Utahn. She attended the University of Utah, where she studied journalism and played ice hokey. She's now a reporter and producer for KSL NewsRadio. You can reach her at alitzinger@bonneville.com.

University of Utah to add 5,000 new on-campus housing units by 2030

The University of Utah needs to expand its housing by a large number in order to keep up with the school's growth.
15 days ago

Officials urge snowmobile safety after recent accidents

Since the start of 2023, there have been several reports of snowmobile crashes in our mountains and even the death of rally car driver Ken Block.
18 days ago

UHP urges drivers to be safe and alert over holiday weekend

Utahns are gearing up to celebrate the New Year, and the Utah Highway Patrol wants to make sure that everyone gets home safely this weekend.
28 days ago

Air quality along the Wasatch Front is concerning for sensitive groups

With the smoggy air looming over the Wasatch Front, certain groups may be at risk for health concerns in Cache, Davis, and Salt Lake counties.
1 month ago

A bill to help build and expand trails around northern Utah gets federal funding

A bill to help build and expand trails around Northern Utah is going to get some federal funding after it passed the House unanimously.
1 month ago

Police identify skier that died at Solitude

A 37-year-old man was reported missing at Solitude Resort on Dec. 12, 2022. By Tuesday morning, officials reported his body had been found.
2 months ago

Nonprofit asks skiers to dispose of environmentally unfriendly ski wax

According to Recycle Utah, Fluorocarbon ski wax has PFAS, which degrades over time and can spread into the environment.
2 months ago

Upcoming storm may make for a snowy Monday commute

An upcoming storm is bringing rain and snow to the Wasatch Front starting Sunday night. Monday's commute could be a snowy one.
2 months ago

18-year-old connected to Orem shooting turns himself in

The man is accused of attempted murder after a shooting in Orem in November. He turned himself in with the help of his lawyer.
2 months ago

Draper City suing Geneva Rock, the mining company at Point of the Mountain

Draper City is suing, Geneva Rock, a mining company at the Point of the Mountain over concerns about what the company's mining activity will do to the area.
4 months ago

Anonymous donor to pay for all student meals at Manila Elementary

The financial donation to Manila Elementary will allow all students in attendance to have free meals for the remainder of the school year.
4 months ago

Rocky Mountain Power to have planned outages amid heatwave

Rocky Mountain Power said there are urgent and necessary maintenance projects that require a planned outage in order to get done.
5 months ago

Utah’s federal rental relief funds may be reallocated

About $50 million remains in Utah's rental relief fund, due in part to Utah's strong economy and bounce back from the pandemic.
5 months ago

Farmers confront grim choices in midst of severe drought

A survey shows many farmers are being forced to leave fields uncultivated, destroy orchards and sell cattle herds due to severe drought.
5 months ago

Gov. Cox opens up about past mental heath struggles at press conference

Gov. Cox spoke of a friend's suicide, Utah's high suicide rate, and resources that are available to those experiencing mental health issues.
5 months ago

Monkeypox may be added to wastewater monitoring in near future

Wastewater has become a focal point of testing for diseases since polio was recently discovered in the wastewater of New York.
5 months ago

New device helps high school football players and other athletes stay safe in the heat

Safety for high school football players and other athletes includes more than safety gear. A heat reading device helps keep athletes away from heat stroke.
6 months ago

UDOT removing Lehi light poles, expect lane closures on I-15

The 120-foot, as well as 80-foot light poles in Lehi are being removed due to manufacturing issues. They will eventually be replaced.
6 months ago

Salt Lake water watchers say Utahns stepped up to conserve water

The Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District is happy with the results after asking customers to conserve by reducing water use by 10% back in May.
6 months ago

Archeologists find prehistoric footprints in Utah’s West Desert

Footprints dating back about 12,000 years have been discovered in Utah's West Desert by archeologists working for Hill Air Force Base.
6 months ago

Stress leads to dangerous, risky driving behavior, expert says

An expert joined Dave and Dujanovic to discuss how stress is leading to more dangerous driving on Utah's roads and highways.
6 months ago