Dan Bammes

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Dan Bammes is a reporter and anchor with KSL NewsRadio. You can reach him at dbammes@ksl.com.

One person injured in series of I-215 crashes Thursday

The Utah Highway Patrol said semi trucks were involved in crashes on both sides of I-215.
1 month ago

2,400 veterans’ graves at Salt Lake Cemetery to get wreaths

More than 2,400 veteran's graves at the Salt Lake City Cemetery will get wreaths this Saturday as part of the Wreaths Across America movement. 
2 months ago

President M. Russell Ballard has passed away at 95

President M. Russell Ballard, Acting President of the Quorum of Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, passed away at the age of 95. 
3 months ago

Public schools will share millions of dollars from Utah’s Trust Lands

Each school gets to decide how it will spend its share of $106 million from the state's school trust lands.
4 months ago

Wind prevents Friday prescribed burn in Salt Lake canyons

The burn piles are ready to go, however, and the prescribed burn may begin on Saturday if conditions are right.
5 months ago

Housing unit quarantined after scabies outbreak at state correctional facility

57 inmates were affected after a breakout of scabies in a housing unit at the Utah State Correctional Facility.
5 months ago

Mountain View Corridor extension near Saratoga Springs now open

The extension of Mountain View Corridor will help drivers coming to and from Salt Lake County and will take some pressure off Redwood Road.
5 months ago

American Fork park to be renamed Monarch Park after the monarch butterfly

Mountain Meadow Park in American Fork will be renamed Monarch Park on Tuesday morning in honor of the monarch butterfly.
6 months ago

Bruce Hough, Celeste Maloy face off in second GOP debate

Two Republican candidates running for Congress in Utah's 2nd District met for their second debate in St. George.
7 months ago

DWR plans to double the population of declining fish species

The bluehead sucker is a native fish species that lives in the Weber River, and the DWR plans to stock the river next week with fish raised in a hatchery.
8 months ago

Mosquitos in Utah not likely to spread malaria, according to experts

The mosquitos found in Utah are more likely to be the kind to carry diseases like West Nile virus, not malaria.
8 months ago

Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square announces guest performers for July concerts

The Tabernacle Choir and The Orchestra at Temple Square will hold its summer concerts July 14-15 with guest performers Adassa and Alex Melecio.
8 months ago

Over $700,000 in unclaimed money returned to veterans

Utah State Treasurer Marlo Oaks said his office has been matching veterans in Utah with unclaimed money.
9 months ago

Reflections on the Thistle mudslide from a reporter who was there

It's been 40 years since mud roared onto Highway 6 in Thistle, Utah, destroying homes and a school, and, eventually, the town's existence.
11 months ago

Death penalty off the table for Lori Vallow Daybell

Lori Daybell and her husband Chad stand accused of the murders of her two children.
11 months ago

Truck on FrontRunner tracks causes delays in Farmington

A truck stuck on FrontRunner tracks in Farmington led to delays of up to 50 minutes Tuesday morning.
1 year ago

Winter is officially here, what weather does Utah have ahead?

But as winter officially began, KSL meteorologist Matt Johnson said La Niña hasn't affected our snowfall totals so far.
1 year ago

Uintah County Police activate OICI following suspect’s shooting death

The release from the Uintah County Sheriff's Office said the Utah State Bureau of Investigations would handle the officer-involved critical incident.
1 year ago

Senate passes Romney-sponsored bill to fund Great Salt Lake study

A bill to study the Great Salt Lake passed through the Senate with a unanimous vote on Wednesday. The bill would provide $5 million per year in funding.
1 year ago

The sad history of Tragedy Spring

The Mormon Battalion historic site, high in the Sierras is in sad shape after windstorms and wildfires.
1 year ago

Uber passenger killed after crash with TRAX train in downtown SLC

The train was moving eastbound through the intersection when police said the Uber car, moving at approximately 40 mph, ran a red light.
1 year ago

Utah lawmakers hear concerns about canyon wildfires, outdated plans

City council members told Utah legislators they have concerns about an aging plan to address fire in Utah's wildland urban interfaces.
2 years ago

Range of options to power a house in times of emergency

The Ford F-150 Lightning pickup truck offers an opportunity to power a house during times of emergency.
2 years ago

Romney’s Great Salt Lake bill folded into larger law, passes the Senate

Sen. Mitt Romney's Great Salt Lake bill was rolled into the larger Water Resources Development Act of 2022, which just passed in the Senate.
2 years ago