Devin Oldroyd

devin oldroyd is a digital content producer for ksl newsradio

Website: https://kslnewsradio.com

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.

Relief from inversion and poor air quality may be in Utah’s near future

The Beehive State is in the middle of some thick inversion and poor air quality, but relief may be on the way according to the National Weather Service.
1 hour ago

UDOT uses public’s help locating potholes

UDOT spokesperson John Gleason says the department is monitoring where the potholes are, thanks in large part to the public.
1 day ago

Unsheltered Utah opens warming tent for unhoused people to escape frigid temperatures

As temperatures in the state plummet far below zero, advocates with Unsheltered Utah built an unsanctioned makeshift warming tent Monday.
3 days ago

Freezing weather causes delayed start for Cache County School District schools

Schools in the Cache County School District are on a 2-hour delayed start on Tuesday, Jan. 31, due to weather conditions.
4 days ago

Weather causing delayed starts for several schools across Utah

Due to weather, many schools across the state are on two-hour delayed starts Monday, Jan. 30.
5 days ago

Two Republicans voted against bill banning transgender-related surgery, here’s why

The Utah Senate has approved a bill banning transgender-related surgery and puberty blockers for minors. A total of two Republicans voted against it.
7 days ago

New Utah law could extend in-state tuition to refugees & asylum seekers

A House panel is endorsing a new Utah law, H.B. 102, which extends resident college tuition rates to refugees and political asylum seekers.
7 days ago

School choice bill is “limiting” public schools, UEA president says

Utah Education Association president Renee Pinkney says the controversial school choice bill is "weakening" and "limiting" public schools.
8 days ago

Road rage on SB I-15 in Salt Lake County leads to rollover

A vehicle rolled on southbound I-15 after a road rage incident, Utah Highway Patrol states. One in custody. Minor injuries reported.
12 days ago

Police investigating Sunday Ogden club shooting

Ogden City Police Department responded to a shooting at the Kokomo Club early Sunday morning. They believe there is no danger to the public.
12 days ago

Crash on I-15 in Provo closes southbound lanes

The Utah Department of Transportation reports a crash on southbound I-15 causing the closure of the southbound lanes Thursday night.
15 days ago

SLCPD investigating two unrelated hit-and-runs, one man dead

The Salt Lake City Police Department is investigating two unrelated hit-and-runs. Police say both hit-and-runs took place early Sunday morning.
19 days ago

Body discovered in Ogden, police say its been there since September

South Ogden Police Department responded to the discovery of a body Friday night. The department believes it had been there since September.
21 days ago

Utah Dems to hold special election filling the seat of Sen. Karen Mayne

Utah Democratic will hold a virtual special election at 6 p.m. on Jan. 15, to fill the seat of Sen. Karen Mayne as she steps down due to health issues.
21 days ago

Expert says Iranian government is responding to protests with violence

The Iranian government has executed two men following months of protests. Expert weighs in on how this will affect the cause.
25 days ago

The Great Salt Lake is “struggling to survive,” according to expert

A new study says The Great Salt Lake could completely dry up within the next five years. Expert says the situation is dire.
25 days ago

Police “wrangle” rogue goat in Taylorsville Sunday morning

Police report having to catch a goat on the loose in Taylorsville Sunday morning. It is not currently known where the goat came from.
26 days ago

Ogden women dead following gunshot wound; police investigating

An Ogden woman is dead after suffering a gunshot wound early Sunday morning. Police are not releasing further information at this time.
26 days ago

January construction to watch out for on the upcoming West Davis Hwy

As 2023 ramps up, so will construction on the unfinished West Davis Highway. The project will bring construction to Centerville, Farmington, and more.
28 days ago

Two Park City lifts closed as workers mourn employee who fell to his death

A Park City Mountain ski resort employee died Monday after falling at least 25 feet from a chairlift.
1 month ago

Wasatch County Search and Rescue assist snowmobilers on New Year’s Day

Wasatch County Search and Rescue assisted four stranded snowmobilers Sunday. No injuries were reported. This was its first call of the year.
1 month ago

Update: Search and Rescue retrieves hiker from Bridal Veil Falls

A search and Rescue operation was underway at Bridal Veil Falls on December 26.
1 month ago

TikTok likely to stay in Utah’s Higher Education system

Despite universities across the country banning TikTok on campus, it likely won't be going anywhere in Utah's higher education system.
1 month ago

One lane open on northbound I-15 near Willard following four-vehicle crash

A crash on northbound I-15 at mile point 358 near Willard, Utah has left one lane open. A stalled vehicle may have led to the crash.
2 months ago