Alejandro Lucero

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Website: http://kslnewsradio.com

Alejandro Lucero is a former digital content producer for KSL NewsRadio.

Timpanogos Cave: a refuge for explorers past, present and future

Timpanogos Cave has been silently forming dazzling displays since the days of Lake Bonneville.  
8 months ago

Gilgal Sculpture Garden: Providing refuge from the commotion

Gilgal Sculpture Garden has received the distinction of being listed as a visionary art environment. The only one in the state and part of the handful in the country.
9 months ago

A look at Provo Castle Amphitheater’s storied history

The Provo Castle Amphitheater began as a recreation area for Utah State Hospital, but its purpose and reputation soon took several turns.
10 months ago

Utah Highway Patrol to conduct DUI blitz on St. Patricks Day

The DUI blitz will add 150 additional DUI shifts from 27 different agencies across five different counties tonight.
1 year ago

Alta High School evacuated after suspicous package found, determined non-explosive

The Sandy Police Department determined a suspicious bag left at Alta High School non-explosive after it was left by a former student.
1 year ago

Alpine Loop re-open after car slides off road into stream

While on the Alpine Loop, the vehicle ended up in a stream about 10 feet down an embankment. The driver and passenger were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. 
1 year ago

Holidays are wrapping up, here’s how to properly get rid of holiday items

Gift wrapping, live Christmas trees and other holiday items are being accpeted by buissness and fire stations to be recycled properly.
1 year ago

Goldilocks snowstorms and how they impact the slopes and snowpack

Goldilocks snowstorms are great for hitting the slopes because the snow water equivalent is not high, unlike the wet storms we saw earlier in the season.
1 year ago

Shooting in Taylorsville believed to be botched drug deal or robbery, not road rage

Taylorsville police said the driver was shot in the back of the head during a road rage incident in Taylorsville.
1 year ago

Vivint Smart Home acquired for $2.8 billion by NRG Energy

Vivint Smart Home has announced in a press release that they will be acquired by the Houston based NRG Energy in a $2.8 billion deal.
1 year ago

Avalanche safety should be on everyone’s mind says forecaster

An avalanche avoidance and preperation can help keep everyone safe while enjoying the greatest snow on Earth.
2 years ago

Cause of Sugar House fire could remain unknown another month

The SLC Fire Department is closing in on a cause for the Sugar House fire, but one official said it could take another month to know.
2 years ago

Utah official says better coordination could help with homelessness

Homelessness continues to grow in big cities across the U.S., and Salt Lake City is not an enigma. Could focusing on mental health help curb the trend?
2 years ago

Pass the stuffing not the uncomfortable conversation this Thanksgiving

Dave and Dujanovic spoke with an expert who will help you void the gobble-squabble around the dinner table this Thanksgiving.
2 years ago

Utah Humane Society advises communication if gifting pets during holidays

The Utah Humane Society encourages adoption during the holiday season, especially as the number of animals in shelters across the state grows
2 years ago

Utah DWR offering horse-drawn sleigh and wagon rides for the first time in two years

Sleigh rides in Utah have been on pause for the last two years at the Hardware Wildlife Management Area, but they're finally back.
2 years ago

New Utah state flag chosen after months of deliberation

The new state flag decision comes after a months-long process of vetting other candidates by the Utah State Flag Task Force.
2 years ago

Centerville teen hospitalized with multiple injuries after being hit by car

According to Centerville Police, the 16-year-old girl was in a marked crosswalk, and the 82-year-old driver was cooperating.
2 years ago

Water Canyon football stays warm with help from school district partner

The high school's inaugural football season almost came to an end because of the snow, but strong partnerships gave them a fighting chance.
2 years ago

Affirmative action decision may overturn precedent

The U.S. Supreme Court has heard many arguments on affirmative action throughout the years, but will this year prove different than the rest?
2 years ago

High speed chase reached 125 mph, UHP says

A call UHP responded to in Willard turned into a high speed chase, reaching speeds of 125 mph said a probable cause statement from UHP.
2 years ago

UDOT announces new toll lane in Davis County

The new Express Lane toll will now span 83 miles, the largest continuous carpool lane in the country, according to UDOT.
2 years ago

U of U Health offering full-tuition scholarships for pharmacy program

First-year students applying for the pharmacy program in Fall 2023 will be eligible. This will also cut the cost of the pharmacy program by 25%.
2 years ago

Riverton Mayor says UTA overlooks parts of Utah

Riverton Mayor Trent Staggs says UTA does not provide transit options in the southwest corner of Salt Lake County.
2 years ago