Adam Small

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Website: https://kslnewsradio.com

Adam Small is a reporter for Utah's Morning News on KSL NewsRadio. When he's not chasing his little girl, Adam enjoys sports, movies, video games, and just chilling at home with family or visiting friends. You can contact him at asmall@ksl.com.

Lawyers say new Petito photos prove Moab Police ignored evidence of abuse

The newly released photo is part of the evidence filed in the Petito and Schmidt family lawsuit against the Moab Police Department.
12 hours ago

Utah gas prices spike, Governor blames regional supply

Gas prices continue to go up around the country but the prices in Utah tend to be higher that than national average. Gov, Cox addressed the surge earlier this week. Utah is running nearly 25 cents higher than national.
15 hours ago

Inversion could build again this week

As of late, Air quality has improved along the Wasatch Front, but inversion may rebuild in the coming days depending on winter storms.
1 day ago

UHP urges drivers to slow down around elk, other wildlife

SALT LAKE CITY — The area around Foothill Drive and Parley’s Canyon is seemingly gaining popularity among herds of elk, as they have been seen every day since they were first spotted in late January. Unfortunately, the busy roads in that area have led to multiple crashes involving the animals like elk. Now, Utah Highway […]
5 days ago

Davis County officials charge suspect in Layton Amber Alert

Charging documents allege Aaron Michael Zeman, 26, had been communicating with the victim as far back as October 1, 2022.
6 days ago

Alpine schools investigating “suspicious” computer activity

The issue involves the Alpine district's computer software. On Tuesday, the district said they noticed suspicious activity.
7 days ago

Non-public-school students could more easily play sports under a new bill

Bill sponsor, Rep. Jordan Teuscher, R-South Jordan, said the bill would level the playing field for some students.
7 days ago

Utah State Bar opposes resolution aimed at state trigger law

SALT LAKE CITY– The Utah State Bar Association announced that it stands opposed to HJR2, a resolution that could end a judge’s hold on the state abortion ban. In a memo obtained by KSL Newsradio, it states, “The Bar opposes HJR2 because of its effect on both access to justice and the administration of the […]
12 days ago

Former deputy arrested for allegedly impersonating an officer

According to arrest documents, Jason Ryan Little, 47, was taken into custody Monday on multiple counts, including impersonating an officer.
13 days ago

Drug trafficking investigation of ‘bath salts’ in SLC nets arrests, assets

Bath salts, or synthetic cathinones, are described as "a human-made stimulant" that can cause agitation, paranoia, delusions, and death.
14 days ago

Low temperatures in Utah feeling even colder thanks to wind

The temperature in Utah has been chilly, and it's being made worse by recent wind winds.
16 days ago

Utah State Board of Education votes to oppose school choice bill

The Board voted on H.B. 215, a bill which would create a school choice scholarship program.
16 days ago

Former ski resort employee arrested after social media threat

Mariano Agustin Sanchez, 25, was booked into the Summit County Jail on one misdemeanor count of threatening a school.
19 days ago

A deal for mobile home owners in Riverdale, if they leave quickly

Lesley's Mobile Home park at 671 West 4400 South in Riverdale is closing, and the owner has offered financial incentives to move out quickly.
21 days ago

Salt Lake City scores high in new financial health report

Salt Lake City's good financial health can be chalked up to its low employment rate and the city's tax environment. But it still has room for improvement.
2 months ago

UPDATE: 14-year-old arrested in connection to Entheos Academy shooting threat

Entheos Academy administrators said a parent reported a shooting threat on Snapchat made towards students on the school's Kearns campus.
2 months ago

Shipwrecks uncovered in the Great Salt Lake

With water levels hovering around their lowest point on record, officials said they are finding more shipwrecks on the Great Salt Lake bed.
2 months ago

Utah avalanche danger: What causes an avalanche?

With winter enthusiasts anxious to take advantage of so much new snow, the question now is, when will avalanche danger in Utah decrease?
2 months ago

Utah snowpack: Where does it stand and how much more do we need?

The Utah snowpack is still in a snow-water deficit that thas built up over the past year. The state has made up two inches out of the 12-inch deficit.
2 months ago

The reason that the weather in Utah can change abruptly

The altitude of Utah, its complex terrain, and the wind all contribute to the complexity of forecasting weather here.
2 months ago

West Valley house fire leaves 80-year-old dead

An 80-year-old West Valley resident has died in a house fire. Authorities responded to the fire around 1 a.m. Friday morning.
2 months ago

SafeUT reaches 1 million messages for first the time

SafeUT worked with first responders to conduct 349 life-saving interventions in 2022. A 17% increase from the previous year.
2 months ago

How do forecasters determine avalanche risk?

Determining the avalanche risk for any given day takes coordination between avalanche forecasters and the National Weather Service.
2 months ago

Wasatch Front gets snow, Utah drivers get tough commute

Snowy weather conditions brought early-morning drivers in Utah some rough commutes on Monday. Utah County got the worst of it.
2 months ago