Emily Ashmead

emily ashmead assistant promotions director

Website: http://www.kslnewsradio.com

Emily Ashmead is a Utah-grown millennial, boy mom, who married her high school BFF. She's a big fan of Indian food, sideline cheering, gardening, and temperatures between 75-90 degrees. You can reach her at eashmead@ksl.com.

KSL BBQ Cookoff

It’s been a long winter and Bonneville Media is excited to get the summer heat started!  Join us May 20th to kick off our very first KSL BBQ Cookoff, featuring BBQ Pitstop and the SCA Competition (Steak Competition Association). Come and watch as the best of the west compete for cash, bragging rights, and great […]
20 days ago

KSL in your community: Telling your stories

See KSL in your community, as we take our shows on the road, stopping at Utah high schools to shine a spotlight on the amazing people and stories of your community.
5 months ago

Macey’s BYU Tailgate Parties 2022

Cougar fans - don't miss the 2022 Macey's Tailgate Parties with KSL NewsRadio!
9 months ago

Senior scam prevention class- Utah Gives Back

Join us on July 21st at the Provo Recreation Center for a senior scam prevention discussion.
11 months ago

ScenicView Academy

Utah has one of the highest rates of autism in the nation, and when people hear the word autism they think of beautiful children who struggle with rigid routines & social interaction. But children with autism will spend the majority of their lives as adults with autism, many of whom struggle to get the support […]
1 year ago

Farmers Market

It’s time to support the great farmers markets across Utah. The Downtown Farmers Market in Salt Lake City is nationally recognized and was created in 1992 by the Downtown Alliance and it’s become a summer tradition for residents and visitors. Located in historic Pioneer Park, the Downtown Farmers Market has infused vitality and fresh produce […]
1 year ago

Bike Helmets

It’s important to stay safe on a bike by always wearing your helmet. This can reduce your risk of head injury as much as 85%. There are a few things to note when properly fitting a helmet. First, make sure you get a helmet that has an ANSI or SNELL label to certify its safety. […]
1 year ago

The Goal Foundation – Ogden Marathon

If you’ve ever thought about participating in a race, now is the time because the Ogden Marathon is back! It has been ranked one of the most beautiful races in the world and the best for first-time marathoners. This year you can choose your own experience by racing virtually or in-person on May 21. The […]
1 year ago

Street Dawg Crew of Utah

Many of those experiencing homelessness find comfort in having a pet, but sometimes it can be difficult to provide food or vet services to those animals. Street Dawg Crew of Utah offers free pet food and supplies, promotes positive and responsible pet ownership, and identifies and provides low-cost pet resources. Pets not only act as […]
1 year ago

Saddle of Love

Saddle of Love is a therapeutic ranch where participants ride and bond with horses using equine assisted psychotherapy. They serve youth, young adults, and families struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, and other indications leading to suicide ideation. They partner with horses to explore self-awareness, connection, confidence, and to gain new perspectives. A connection with animals […]
1 year ago

Bicycle Collective

Cycling is an effective and sustainable form of transportation and recreation. It’s a cornerstone of a cleaner, healthier, and safer society. For some it’s their only way to get to work or school. Bicycle Collective provides refurbished bicycles – and educational programs to the community focusing on children, lower income households, newly resettled refugees, and […]
1 year ago

Civica RX

There’s good news for those who take insulin to control their diabetes. Insulin is going to be up to 80 percent less expensive, thanks to a new nationwide initiative being led by Utah-based Civica RX. Headquartered in Lehi, Utah, they are announcing plans to manufacture and distribute insulins that will be available at significantly lower […]
1 year ago

National Volunteer Month

National Volunteer Month is an opportunity to recognize the impact of volunteer service and the power of volunteers to tackle society’s greatest challenges, build stronger communities, and a force that transforms the world. Over the last few years, we have seen volunteers throughout Utah continue to show up for their neighbors. Americans volunteer 8.8 billion […]
1 year ago

Robert’s Place

Robert’s Place has developed a safe haven that provides immediate relief for Pacific Islanders in crisis. They intervene in suicidal behavior and can help you feel safe and connected.
1 year ago

Project Embrace

Project Embrace in Salt Lake City restores and redistributes medical devices to patients worldwide who would otherwise have trouble finding them.
1 year ago

Bridge 21 Park City

Bridge 21 Park City is creating a network of housing opportunities to help young adults with intellectual developmental disabilities find that housing.
1 year ago

SelectHealth Medicare 5-Star Rating

Medicare created the Star Rating system to help Medicare beneficiaries compare the performance and quality of Medicare Advantage and Medicare Prescription Drug Plans. These ratings offer a quick summary of a plan’s performance and it may help you determine which plan is best for you. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services uses over 40 quality […]
1 year ago

Teen Author Boot Camp

Teen Author Boot Camp supports literacy and authorship for children and provides opportunities to enhance their skills.
1 year ago

Next Level Recovery

Next Level Recovery focuses on substance abuse recovery, rehab, and mental health treatment with lasting results.
1 year ago

All Poly Sports

All Poly Sports was created in 2001 to provide educational opportunities for student-athletes through football camps and clinics.
1 year ago

Golden Healer Service Dogs

Golden Healer Service Dogs team up with trainers and dog professionals to provide service dogs to those with mental illness or physical disabilities.
1 year ago

St. Anne’s Lantern House

It is estimated that over 3,000 people in Utah are experiencing homelessness on any given day. Lantern House in Ogden exists to aid the poor, needy, and those experiencing homelessness by providing food, shelter, and critical emergency services. They provide a hand up rather than a hand out by transitioning residents from shelter to housing, […]
1 year ago

Rape Recovery Center

Sexual violence impacts all facets of our community. In 1974 a small group of volunteers initiated a local community rape awareness program. It has since grown into a robust nonprofit to empower those victimized by sexual violence through advocacy, crisis intervention, and therapy and to educate the community about the cause, impact, and prevention of […]
1 year ago

SelectHealth Awards

Do you know of a program that supports the community? Or an organization that changes the lives of those around you? The SelectHealth Awards supports 20 organizations each year with an award worth over $23,000. Award winners promote health and wellness, assist individuals with special needs, create safe environments, and build strong communities. Whether it’s […]
1 year ago