Devin Oldroyd

devin oldroyd is a digital content producer for ksl newsradio


Devin Oldroyd is a digital content producer for KSL NewsRadio. Oldroyd is currently a student at the University of Utah double majoring in Gender Studies and Communication with an emphasis in Journalism. He enjoys reading, writing, and going on hikes when the weather is warm. Oldroyd hopes to pursue a career in journalism.

New hymnbook from Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

"Hymns for Home and Church" will be released in 2026 and will feature up to 500 songs from the current hymnbook and the Children's Songbook.
2 days ago

SLCPD looking for suspect in credit union robbery

The Salt Lake City Police Department is investigating a credit union robbery that took place Monday afternoon.
6 days ago

SLC responds to bomb threat at The King’s English Bookshop

A bomb threat canceled a drag story time at The King's English Bookshop on Sunday. The situation received responses form around the city.
6 days ago

SLCPD respond to shots fired near Independence Blvd. searching for suspects

The Salt Lake City Police Department is looking for two suspects related to shots fired near Independence Blvd. Sunday morning.
7 days ago

How does the UAW strike affect auto industry and President Biden?

As the UAW strike continues, Seth Harris, who served as President Biden's top labor policy advisor, tells KSL NewsRadio what he knows.
12 days ago

Before you attack the Supreme Court, understand its role

The Supreme Court has faced more and more criticism over recent years. Public trust in the court is the lowest it's been in generations.
15 days ago

UVU President Astrid Tuminez on a more accessible higher education

Higher education is a very important part of many Utahn's lives. Many people are calling for higher education to become more accessible.
19 days ago

Unmarried couples are buying more homes together than ever, report says

More unmarried couples are buying homes together. They make up 18% of all first-time homebuyers, according to a new report.
20 days ago

Hispanic Heritage Celebration: A place for people of “all walks of life”

Murray City held its first Hispanic Heritage Celebration event on Sept. 9, 2023. Over 300 people from various backgrounds attended.
21 days ago

Federal Reserve Bank President Mary Daly on inflation and the Fed’s job

Everything seems to be more expensive and more inflation numbers seem to come out every day. However, for the Fed, it's all about data.
23 days ago

UDOT says on temporary road on U.S. Highway 6 between Helper and Soldier Summit now open

A mudslide has closed U.S. 6 in both directions at mile point 288.
28 days ago

Silent suffering: Why kids don’t report bullying to adults

When bullying is going on, many kids suffer in silence, they don't tell an adult. That's the takeaway from a recent survey.
1 month ago

UPDATE: Missing Millcreek woman has been found

The Unified Police Department says a woman missing from the Olympus Cove area in Millcreek is endangered.
1 month ago

Ogden woman arrested for allegedly attempting to kidnap 1-year-old

34-year-old Ogden woman Ambrey Welch was arrested Sunday for allegedly attempting to kidnap a 1-year-old out of a car.
1 month ago

Maintenance on active shooter system triggers false alarm at Butler Middle School

An active shooter alarm system was accidentally tripped at Butler Middle School. This happened while crews were performing maintenance.
1 month ago

West Jordan man pleads guilty to felony assault charge related to Capitol riot

A West Jordan man pleaded guilty Thursday to a felony assault charge related to the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
1 month ago

Multi-vehicle crash causing heavy delays on NB I-15

The multi-vehicle crash is causing delays from downtown Salt Lake City to Murray. It has an estimated clearance time of 4:30 p.m.
1 month ago

Flash mob shoplifting rising across the country

A new trend of flash mob shoplifting is on the rise across the country.
1 month ago

Canyons School District giving students some ‘Thrive Time’

As the 2023-2024 school year begins, Canyons School District is implementing district-wide Thrive Time, a new curriculum.
1 month ago

Covid cases on the rise, should we be worried?

COVID-19 cases are rising across the country, but there are no signs of another major wave. However, there is a new variant.
1 month ago

SLCPD investigating bank robbery and suspicious package

The Salt Lake City Police Department is investigating a bank robbery and the discovery of a suspicious package Friday afternoon.
1 month ago

What’s the lure for new teachers in Utah?

With so many teachers being hired, what's the lure for new teachers in Utah?
1 month ago

What is Utah’s Public Safety Power Shutoff program and how does it work?

Could Utah survive an emergency of the same caliber as the wildfire in Maui? How would the state respond? Rocky Mountain Power has a plan.
2 months ago

Explainer: What does the executive branch really do?

"We finally realized the power of the bully pulpit," says Inside Sources Boyd Matheson. "And suddenly, it became very much a rhetorical role."
2 months ago