Dave Cawley

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Website: http://www.ksl.com

Dave Cawley is an executive producer at KSL NewsRadio and the host of the "Cold" podcast. He is also a Utah native, U of U grad, outdoor enthusiast and storyteller. Contact him at dcawley@ksl.com.

National Park Service stonewalls public records in Gabby Petito case

In its response the agency said the release of Gabby Petito records could interfere with "enforcement proceedings."
1 year ago

Campsite planning app offers new clues in case of missing woman Gabby Petito

KSL's COLD podcast team has learned Gabby Petito, 22, used an app called The Dyrt to plan her cross-country road trip with boyfriend Brian Laundrie.
1 year ago

Boyfriend named person of interest in disappearance of van lifer Gabby Petito

Police in North Port, Florida officially named Brian Laundrie as a person of interest in the disappearance of his girlfriend, Gabby Petito, on Tuesday.
1 year ago

New details in search for Joyce Yost prompted by podcast

The former sheriff of Rich County believes the search for Joyce Yost should focus on the area where Doug Lovell was stopped on suspicion of poaching.
1 year ago

Judge slashes jury damages in lawsuit over deaths of Susan Powell’s sons

A Washington State judge has slashed the jury damages awarded to the parents of Susan Powell in the lawsuit over the death of her sons.
2 years ago

Applying evidence to 3D model of Daybell property

Visual Law Group president Mark Johnson sees three advantages to the use of 3D renderings in the courtroom: education, persuasion and emotion.
2 years ago

Exclusive 3D model offers unique view of Daybell crime scene

A company that specializes in recreating complicated crime scenes using 3D models offers a unique view of the Daybell crime scene.
2 years ago

Transcript of Lori Daybell’s call to Chad Daybell on day of children’s discovery

On Tuesday, an Idaho prosecutor produced a second call between Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell, who are both facing charges involving the deaths of Vallow's children.
2 years ago

Full transcript of Lori Daybell secret phone call recording

Idaho prosecutors introduced a recording of a telephone call during a preliminary hearing for Chad Daybell, making public for the first time a conversation at the heart of the criminal case.
2 years ago

Jury awards parents of Susan Powell $98.5 million in children’s deaths

The parents of Susan Powell say they will use any money they receive from the judgment in the deaths of their grandsons to fight domestic violence.
2 years ago

Pandemic pause ends in Susan Powell parents lawsuit trial

A lawsuit between the parents of Susan Powell and the state of Washington's child welfare agency is back on, after months of COVID-19 delays.
2 years ago

Satellite photo shows Chad Daybell property on likely day of child’s burial

The satellite photo, obtained exclusively by KSL TV and KSL's Cold podcast team, includes a cluster of dark pixels on property belonging to Chad Daybell.
2 years ago

Unsealed court document details final days of Vallow children

Probable cause documents released Friday reveal details about the final days and presumed deaths of the Vallow children, JJ and Tylee.
2 years ago

Covid-19 delays continue in Susan Powell family lawsuit

The much-delayed trial over the wrongful death of missing Utah woman Susan Powell’s two sons is delayed again by Covid-19.
2 years ago

Wrongful death lawsuit in murder of Susan Powell’s sons continues

Testimony continues in the wrongful death lawsuit involving Susan Powell's sons, more than ten years after the West Valley City woman disappeared.
3 years ago

Parents of Susan Powell endure day of graphic court testimony

The parents of missing mother Susan Powell walked out of a courtroom on Tuesday as attorneys recited the testimony of the graphic deaths of their grandsons.
3 years ago

COLD: Computer at heart of Josh Powell custody dispute did not belong to him

The computer on which investigators found cartoon pornography that was later used in a custody dispute involving Josh Powell did not belong to him. 
3 years ago

Utah political polling icon Dan Jones dies

SALT LAKE CITY — Longtime Utah political analyst and pollster Dan Jones has died at the age of 84 Sen. Orrin Hatch’s office announced Jones’ death in a tweet on Friday afternoon. Hatch on the passing of his friend Dan Jones: “Dan was a remarkable man who had a profound impact on Utah’s political landscape. […]
4 years ago

University of Utah launches two reviews following deadly campus shooting

Authorities provided new information about the shooting death of student athlete Lauren McCluskey which happened on the University of Utah campus Monday night.
4 years ago

University of Utah on lockdown following reports of shooting

University of Utah students and faculty members receive shelter-in-place alert after a deadly shooting that launched a manhunt.
4 years ago

Train derailment causes mess near Milford

DELTA — Strong, unexpected wind gusts are believed responsible for a train derailment in Utah’s West Desert on Friday afternoon. Union Pacific said 23 cars derailed about 20 miles north of Milford on tracks that run parallel to Utah State Route 257. No injuries occurred as a result of the derailment, however clean-up required closure […]
4 years ago

Swimmer dies in accident at Flaming Gorge Reservoir

DUTCH JOHN — The Daggett County Sheriff’s Office said a swimmer died Sunday afternoon in a mishap near the Cedar Springs Marina area of Flaming Gorge Reservoir. The man was in the water at about 2:10 p.m. when sheriff’s deputies received word of a situation. They responded to the marina and located the man, who […]
4 years ago

Pres. Russell M. Nelson visits Latter-day Saints in Caribbean

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints delivered messages of hope and encouragement to church members in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic on Saturday and Sunday. The church announced on its website that President Russell M. Nelson traveled to the Caribbean to meet with members […]
4 years ago

Driver dead following late-night Cache County crash

MENDON, Cache County — One person died shortly before 1 a.m. Sunday in a car crash west of Logan. The Utah Highway Patrol said a Chevrolet Blazer going southbound on State Route 23 ran a stop sign at the junction with State Route 30. The Blazer slammed into the passenger side of a Ford F-150 […]
4 years ago