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Becky Bruce is the news director of KSL NewsRadio. She has been with KSL since 2007. You can contact her at

Research: Threats, harassment of local officials up 55% since 2022

Princeton University's Bridging Divides Initiative performed the research with Civic Pulse, surveying local elected officials nationwide about their experiences with threats. 
4 days ago

New Utah road rage law would allow better case tracking

The new law enhances penalties for road rage also allows better tracking of road rage cases among law enforcement agencies and statewide. 
19 days ago

Utah names TikTok in new lawsuit over “virtual strip club”

The lawsuit was filed by the Utah Division of Consumer Protection over TikTok's live video streaming feature, TikTok LIVE.
20 days ago

Chad Daybell trial: witness testimony ends, closing arguments begin Wednesday

If the state of Idaho wraps up its questioning of rebuttal witnesses today, closing arguments in the trial of Chad Daybell would take place next.
26 days ago

Slain Santaquin officer enjoyed ‘making a difference’ with police work

Santaquin Police Chief Rod Hurst said that 'making a difference' was what Sgt. Hooser enjoyed the most about police work.
2 months ago

The first-timer’s guide to the Kentucky Derby

Need a guide to the Kentucky Derby, the Kentucky Oaks and the world of thoroughbred racing? Look no further.
2 months ago

Parents of boy killed in meth-fueled, high speed crash sue Utah state agencies

Odin Ratliff and Hunter Jackson, both 3, were playing with their toy trucks in a corral outside Cedar Valley Stables in Eagle Mountain on May 2, 2022, when the driver crashed through multiple fences at over 100 miles per hour.
2 months ago

Serial hit-and-run suspect facing three new charges

The new charges against the man suspected of a series of hit-and-runs involve two crashes but three victims.
2 months ago

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints reports membership growth

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said the growth of the faith in 2023 means there are now more than 17.2 million members.
3 months ago

Chad Daybell trial jury selection wraps up days ahead of schedule

The Chad Daybell jury selection is still underway. Because this is a death penalty case, selection could take two weeks.
3 months ago

Future options for UTA service include possible Orange Trax line

A proposed Orange Trax line aims at providing better east-west service throughout the Salt Lake Valley.
3 months ago

Music and the Spoken Word has a new voice

Derrick Porter will replace Lloyd Newell as the new presenter, writer and producer of Music and the Spoken Word.
3 months ago

Utah history shows inmates in transit can be a security challenge

At least two inmates, past and present, on Utah's Death Row, wound up facing execution in Utah because of successful or attempted prison escapes.
3 months ago

March 8 marks the 100-year anniversary of 1924 Utah mine disaster

It's been exactly 100 years since the Utah mine disaster of 1924, where 172 men died when two explosions went off in a mine just outside of Helper.
4 months ago

Northern Utah snowpack, water in good shape ahead of spring runoff

The director of the Utah Division of Water Resources says the Utah snowpack "has been consistently above normal since the beginning of February."
4 months ago

Utah GOP party members differ on 2024 caucus turnout

The Utah GOP caucus turnout was three times as high in the 2020 presidential primary than yesterday, a Utah GOP caucus leader said.
4 months ago

Lawsuit: Death of man in Salt Lake County jail was preventable

The lawsuit claims the death of Leland Cropper, 40, could have been prevented if Salt Lake County officials or jail employees had provided proper medical care.
4 months ago

South Jordan still cleaning up after tumbleweed take over

The invasive and non-native tumbleweeds blew into South Jordan on Saturday, blocking streets, driveways and even entire homes. 
4 months ago

Code Blue Alert issued for multiple northern Utah counties

Salt Lake County declared a Code Blue Alert on Sunday night and multiple Utah counties expected similar conditions Monday.
4 months ago

Utah lawmakers target open meetings, public records access

A First Amendment attorney in Utah says this session has included more exemptions aimed at open records and meetings laws than any previous one.
4 months ago

US employment beats expectations, January unemployment rate holds steady at 3.7%

The US jobs report beat economists expectations in January, adding over 353,000 jobs. The unemployment rate holds steady.
5 months ago

Man found dead was accused in baby formula theft scheme

A man found dead by FBI agents faced federal charges related to a scheme involving the theft and resale of baby formula and other supplies.
5 months ago

LISTEN: Unpacking Utah’s lawsuit against TikTok

Sound up for more information on Utah’s lawsuit against Tiktok     SALT LAKE CITY —  You already know the State of Utah is suing Tiktok for its alleged harmful impact on teens. But much of the original suit against TikTok was redacted. Now we’re seeing more details from the suit. According to an unredacted […]
5 months ago

“Priceless” painting stolen by mob turns up in St. George

A stolen painting, a John Opie original described as "priceless" by the FBI, turned up in the estate of a St. George man. 
5 months ago