Becky Bruce

Becky Bruce

Website: http://www.ksl.com

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

Legislature one step closer to overturning mask mandate

A joint resolution filed in the Utah Legislature could overturn the mask mandate in Salt Lake County after passing in the Senate. The House votes next.
4 days ago
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Another COVID-19 case count record set in Utah: 12,990 in a single day

Amid test supply challenges and debates over remote learning, Utah set a new record Thursday for COVID-19 cases in a single day.
9 days ago
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Utah sets new daily COVID-19 case record for second day

The Utah Department of Health reported 8,913 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, for a total of 672,567 since the pandemic began. 
16 days ago
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Utah likely sets unofficial new record for COVID-19 cases in one day

We won't know until next week if the high number of COVID-19 cases reported Friday breaks a Utah record as health officials don't provide case counts on holidays and weekends.
22 days ago
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Colorado governor on wildfire: This hit close to home

The governor of Colorado said more than 500 homes were destroyed by a fast-moving wildfire that struck urban and suburban areas Thursday.
22 days ago

Trial still on track despite attorney removal in Lori Vallow Daybell case

The attorney previously representing Lori Vallow presented a clear conflict of interest said a Utah legal analyst.
23 days ago
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The next Utah snowstorm to hit just in time for your evening commute

KSL meteorologist forecasts a snowstorm starting off at 5 p.m. on Thursday, with the heaviest downfall in line with the evening commute home.
23 days ago
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Two dead in RV fire near I-80 off Redwood Road in Salt Lake City

At least two people are dead after an RV fire under I-80 near Redwood Road in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, but a third person was able to escape.
24 days ago

Former Utah lawmaker Paul Ray faces serious health scare

House Speaker Brad Wilson asked lawmakers to keep the health of their former colleague, Clearfield Republican Paul Ray, in their prayers. 
24 days ago
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Utah leaders react to death of Nevada’s Harry Reid

Despite representing opposite political views, Utah Republicans remember Nevada Democrat Harry Reid with fondness and appreciation.
24 days ago
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Utah health officials warn Utahns to expect long COVID-19 testing lines

Monday, several of the health department's official COVID-19 testing sites featured lines that stretched around the corner and beyond.
26 days ago
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I-15 to be closed in both directions at times in Lehi for emergency repairs

UDOT crews plan to route drivers around the closure of I-15 in Lehi using frontage roads while they make emergency light pole repairs.
26 days ago
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Airport delays, cancellations persist into third day due to COVID-19

SALT LAKE CITY — Delays and cancellations at the airport stretched into a third day on Monday after airlines reported staffing shortages caused by COVID-19.  Listen live to KSL NewsRadio for the latest updates or watch our live stream below.  Airport delays hit SLC As of 6:30 a.m. Monday, FlightAware.com reported 34 canceled flights at […]
26 days ago
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Update: Afghan Community Fund raises more than a million for Utah refugees

The Afghan Community Fund collected more than $1.1 million since mid-October, though Gov. Spencer Cox acknowledged an unprecedented level of need.
1 month ago

Las Vegas man accused of threatening church headquarters in Salt Lake

Isaac Hearne, a Las Vegas man, stands accused of making terroristic threats to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in a recorded phone call.
1 month ago

University of Utah investigating reports of poop, KKK recruiting in possible racism issue on campus

The University of Utah is investigating racism, including a report of poop smeared on a student's door and people trying to recruit for the Ku Klux Klan. The school's Racism and Bias Incident Response Team believes they happened in the same dorm building on campus.
1 month ago

Expect worsening air quality through midweek as inversion sets up

Monday morning, much of Salt Lake County appeared as red dots on the KSL Air Quality Network map, meaning unhealthy air for all groups.
1 month ago

Schools announce closures, delays and online learning because of winter storm

A number of northern Utah schools announced closures, delays or a move to online learning Wednesday as a fast-moving winter storm arrived.
1 month ago
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Birdwatchers urged to help biologists with annual bird count

VERNAL, Utah — Birdwatchers, assemble! The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources hopes you can help in an upcoming bird count at the Ouray National Wildlife Refuge in eastern Utah.  Wildlife officials ask for birdwatchers to help count birds The 122nd Audubon Christmas Bird Count takes place across multiple locations, 26 just in the state of […]
1 month ago

Ski patrol latest industry hit by worker shortage, low pay

Utah ski patrol workers, in short supply at resorts across the region, now want better pay for the essential job they perform. 
1 month ago
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Power outages, rain and snow affect Thursday morning commute

By 8:30 a.m., rain changed to snow at Salt Lake City International Airport, and drivers on the valley's east benches reported a snowy commute.
1 month ago
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No five-second rule for this fallen KFC chicken bucket

Crews closed parts of 4700 South after a giant KFC chicken bucket fell over, blocking multiple eastbound lanes near the intersection with Redwood Road. 
1 month ago
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Omicron variant of COVID-19 detected in first Utah patient

Utah health officials confirmed the state's first patient to test positive for the omicron variant of COVID-19 Friday. 
2 months ago
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Omicron variant of COVID-19 detected in Colorado

The governor of Colorado confirmed that state's first patient to be diagnosed with the omicron variant of COVID-19. She recently traveled to South Africa.
2 months ago