Amy Donaldson

Amy Donaldson

Website: http://www.kslnewsradio.com

Amy Donaldson is an executive producer with KSL Podcasts. She is the co-host of Talking Cold and Voices of Reason. When she's not chasing a story, she's a grateful wife, mom, grandma, dog lover, cat convert, and outdoor enthusiast. You can contact her at adonaldson@bonneville.com

Former Utah state prison Warden talks about death row and change

Former Utah state prison Warden Ken Shulsen talks about his experience in the states prison system
1 year ago

In Utah, the death penalty can be a life sentence for victims’ families

The Utah death penalty turned Matt Hunsaker's life into a trip through the maze of American justice. And he has had enough.
1 year ago

Talking Cold: Can police lie to suspects? Who can offer immunity? And how to inmates earn an early release from prison?

When Doug Lovell's ex-wife was relucent to come forward with information about the murder of Joyce Yost, she was offered immunity. Here's what that means.
1 year ago

Elizabeth Smart offers advice for survivors and those who love them

Elizabeth Smart was 14 when she was kidnapped, and she said all she wanted to do was 'blend in.' Instead, she gives a voice and support to other victims.
1 year ago

Advocates: Criminal justice system can be traumatic for sexual assault survivors

The criminal justice system isn't just difficult for survivors of sexual assault to navigate, it can be another type of trauma.
1 year ago

Man threatens to shoot up The Stockist store over a mask request

Employees closed the Stockist store after an employee refused to comply with mask requirements and threatening to shoot up the establishment.
1 year ago

“Talking Cold” explores issues raised in COLD Podcast

"The only recording that we have ...is one of the worst moments of her life," Dave Cawley said in a new KSL podcast, Talking Cold.
1 year ago

Candidate Conversation: Jenny Wilson for Senate

Jenny Wilson believes not having Democrats in the Utah delegation hurts Utah on critical issues, especially public lands.
4 years ago