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Heather Kelly is a traffic reporter for KSL NewsRadio. You can reach her at hkelly@ksl.com.

UDOT repaving Legacy Parkway, traffic down to one lane overnight

UDOT anticipates the construction of Legacy Parkway will start at 6 p.m. every night and end before the morning commute at around 5 a.m.
12 days ago

DPS launches motorcycle safety campaign: “Meet in the Middle”

A new safety campaign is being launched by the Utah Department of Public Safety for National Motorcycle Awareness month.
2 months ago

Medicaid members in Utah affected by nationwide outage

Utah Medicaid asked local pharmacies to provide a free 30-day supply to high-risk patients affected by the outage.
4 months ago

Scams could be under your tree this holiday season

Scams are a common occurrence in everyday life. Once the holiday season hits, scams become that much more prevalent in a person's life.
6 months ago

Violence associated with organized retail theft a concern

Stores have a few ways to fight this type of organized theft, but police urge caution and not to "up the ante" of retail violence.
6 months ago

Bangerter Highway will be closed Friday and Saturday night

Bangerter Highway will be closed in both directions on Friday and Saturday night to remove a couple of bridges.
7 months ago

Mortgage applications are at their lowest level in nearly 30 years

Applications for mortgages and refinancing are down, while interest rates are rising according to banking and real estate officials.
8 months ago

Auto-pedestrian crashes decrease in Utah

Utah has had fewer auto-pedestrian crashes and deaths this year. We've also seen a lot fewer crashes this month than October 2022.
8 months ago

Utah officials are optimistic about the water situation this year

The new water year started on Oct. 1 and Utah is at 136% of the normal water level. But, Utahns still need to be mindful of their water use.
8 months ago

Health-related issues from wildfire smoke are on the rise

Wildfire smoke is causing health-related issues to increase in certain parts of the United States.
9 months ago

Federal minimum wage could increase IF a new bill passes

The Federal minimum wage could go up to $11 an hour -- if a new bill co-sponsored by Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) gets a thumbs up from Congress. That is a $4 increase. 
9 months ago

Drought-resistant grass now at some Salt Lake City golf courses

Golfers at three courses in Salt Lake City may notice more drought resistant grass, especially if they hit out of bounds.
10 months ago

West Nile virus detected at Utah Correctional Facility

West Nile Virus was found in a mosquito pool at the new Utah State Correctional Facility. Experts say there is no immediate threat.
10 months ago

Man arrested after firing his gun at SWAT officers

A man is in custody after he allegedly fired his weapon at SWAT officers and threated a woman with a protective order against him.
10 months ago

Hot temperatures are causing roads to buckle, but not in Southern Utah

Utah Department of Transportation Public Relations Director John Gleason said buckling is an event exclusive to concrete. 
11 months ago

Credit Card Competition Act could strip consumer perks

The Credit Card Competition Act would make credit card transactions less expensive for credit card companies, and less valuable to consumers.
11 months ago

SLCPD say multiple vehicles vandalized in Ballpark neighborhood

Salt Lake City police are looking for who may be responsible in the vandalizing of at least 10 vehicles in the Ballpark neighborhood.
1 year ago

Spokesperson says UDOT is prepared for potential disasters

Is UDOT prepared for a possible road disaster like the one in Philadelphia where a portion of I-95 collapsed?
1 year ago

20 brand new rail cars coming to TRAX Blue Line

Twenty brand new rail cars on the TRAX Blue Line are coming soon to improve accessibility, thanks in part to a $60 million grant.
1 year ago

Great Salt Lake rising, but water conservation remains a must

A historic amount of rain and snow have been pummeling the state for months on end, bringing some good news about the Great Salt Lake.
1 year ago

Wildlife rehab center given five months to vacate their current location

Ogden City has issued an eviction notice to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah. The agency must be out of its current location by Sept. 6, 2023.
1 year ago

NBA fans will get live entertainment on UTA trains this weekend

SALT LAKE CITY — Not only can riders hop on UTA TRAX trains for free this week during the NBA All-Star Weekend, they will also get a free show on the Blue Line. The Downtown Alliance is teaming up with the Utah Transit Authority. They will provide comedians, musicians, singers and magicians to entertain the […]
1 year ago

NBA Films for Fans will present seven films from around the world this weekend

SALT LAKE CITY — Visitors to the NBA All-Star Weekend next weekend in Salt Lake City will have a chance to educate themselves about basketball around the world. It’s called NBA Films for Fans. The league hired filmmakers from around the world to make 24 short films highlighting the sport around the world. This weekend, […]
1 year ago

Earthquake safety in the winter looks different, expert says

There's a chance that Utah will be hit by a high-magnitude earthquake in the next 50 years. How can we plan for earthquake safety all-year round?
1 year ago