Becky Bruce

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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 bbruce@ksl.com.

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.
16 days 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.
30 days 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.
1 month 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 […]
1 month 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. 
1 month ago

Sen. Lee would beef up journalist protections with the PRESS Act

The bipartisan PRESS Act would keep government agencies from compelling journalists to give up their sources.
1 month ago

Utah death row inmate says he will choose death by firing squad

A judge has signed the death warrant for a man who's said he will choose the firing squad for his execution here in Utah.
2 months ago

Man accused of faking death, fleeing country to avoid rape charges makes court appearance in Utah

Nicholas Rossi, whose name is legally Nicholas Alahverdian, faces rape charges related to a 2008 attack on a Utah County woman.
2 months ago

Romney: Both Republicans, Democrats holding up Ukraine aid

In an exclusive interview on NBC's Meet the Press, Utah Senator Mitt Romney said both Republicans and Democrats share blame in holding up an aid package for Ukraine.
3 months ago

Air quality to deteriorate this week with new temperature inversion

When a temperature inversion moves in, it frequently traps pollutants in the air in addition to the colder air, resulting in worsening air quality.
3 months ago

Winter storm warning in place for Wasatch Mountains, Wasatch Back

The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City issued a winter storm warning for the Wasatch Mountains as well as the valleys of the Wasatch Back. 
3 months ago

Northern Utah Avalanche risk high, forecasters warn

Forecaster Drew Hardesty said the conditions combine strong winds with heavy, wet snow that fell on top of a weaker base. 
3 months ago

Utah snowpack below normal, reservoirs above average

With about 125 days left until Utah typically reaches its peak snowpack for the water year, which began Oct. 1, we're off to a slow start.
3 months ago

Officer-involved shooting in Sandy sends suspect, bystander to hospital

The officer involved shooting in Sandy happened near 9000 South and Monroe Street, an area just east of I-15.
4 months ago

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes responds to latest Ballard lawsuit

AG Sean Reyes along with the Utah Attorney General's Office responded to a lawsuit, against Tim Ballard, in which Reyes's name appeared.
5 months ago

Analyst: September jobs report reflects economic stability

US employers added 336,000 jobs in September 2023, according to the monthly report released from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
5 months ago

Property valuation appeals down across Salt Lake Valley

Homeowners who think their property tax valuation is incorrect can file appeals through their county between August 1 and September 15.
6 months ago

Utah delegation reacts to calls for Biden impeachment inquiry

Sen. Lee said the impeachment inquiry against President Biden was a necessary course of action, while Sen. Romney said it was important.
6 months ago

“Don’t eat Borax”: Doctors bust TikTok myth

In the viral trend, TikTok users tout false claims about Borax relieving inflammation and joint pain or cleansing the body. Doctors say the substance is toxic.
6 months ago

As student loan interest accrues, knowing repayment options is key

An expert from the University of Utah Financial Wellness Center offers tips for when student loan interest starts accruing. 
6 months ago

Cache County health officials investigating E. coli outbreak

There are six confirmed cases of E. coli in Cache County. The health department says this outbreak has the hallmarks of a potential cluster of cases.
6 months ago

Provo man killed by FBI previously pointed gun at officers, police say

A report from Provo police says Craig Robertson pointed a gun at Google Fiber employees working in his yard five years ago.
7 months ago

Woods Cross police chief placed on administrative leave last month

In a statement, Woods Cross city leaders said the police chief, Chad Soffe, was placed on administrative leave in late July, but they did not say why.
7 months ago

Provo man killed by FBI pointed a revolver at agents, agency says

FBI agents shot and killed 75-year-old Provo man Craig Robertson the morning of President Joe Biden's arrival in Salt Lake City.
7 months ago