Heather Kelly

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Heather Kelly is a news and traffic reporter on KSL NewsRadio, and the host of the podcast "Money Making Sense." Contact her at hmcshane@ksl.com.

The Sundance Film Festival isn’t just about movies

The Sundance Film Festival has many more events than films and the chance to see celebrities 'up close and personal' and most of them are free.  
9 days ago

A pipeline to Utah from the Mississippi, is that the drought cure?

The idea of a pipeline falls under "innovation," one of two requirements Utah lawmakers say are needed to address our water problems.
14 days ago

Potholes getting on your nerves? UDOT’s new app can help

Potholes are a nuisance, but an app from the Utah Department of Transportation can help workers keep up with demand.
15 days ago

Utah Legislature hopes to address school choice this session

Critics say "school choice" is a slight against public schools because it would take money from the general fund.
15 days ago

Three storms bringing more snow to Utah

A storm Tuesday morning is expected to bring another 12 inches of powder to the mountains -- which already received a foot Sunday night.
16 days ago

Housing and interest rates to be big in Utah’s 2023 financial forecast

Housing and interest rates will play a big part in Utah's financial forecast for this year, according to the annual "Economic Report to the Governor.”
19 days ago

Sugar House and South Salt Lake looking to expand S-line

The S-line brought billions in development revenue, but some residents say the train also brought in a lot of traffic congestion.
20 days ago

Can recent rain and snowfall help fill Utah’s reservoirs?

The state had higher-than-average rain and snowfall this year. Will the accumulation from the storms make a dent in the drought?
22 days ago

Utah County’s rapid population growth causing growing pains

Over 30% of the population in Utah County is under 18 years old. Almost half of the county is under 24 years old.
23 days ago

Drivers in Utah County have rough morning drive

Several crashes involved multiple vehicles which blocked more than half the freeway, with cars facing backward and sideways across lanes of travel.
1 month ago

Utah avalanche experts warn of back-country danger

The risk of a back-country avalanche is greatest in the Logan-area mountains according to the Utah Avalanche Center.
1 month ago

Gas prices tumble in some US cities, not so much in others

The good news is that gas prices are down most everywhere, but several factors that determine the cost of gasoline prevent consistency.
2 months ago

A speeding driver in Parleys Canyon was laughing, until he was arrested

A trooper with Utah Highway Patrol caught and booked one of two drivers who were racing in Parleys Canyon. One driver got away.
3 months ago

It shaping up to be a scary flu season

Frequently wash your hands, get vaccinated and stay away from crowded areas to help prevent the spread of the flu.
3 months ago

Experts suggest increasing savings to prepare for retirement

Saving money is the obvious way to prepare for retirement, but can we save as much as the experts say we should?
3 months ago

Utah Department of Health and Human Services releases new tool

The Utah Healthy Places Index uses data about healthy food, job opportunities and access to education to show communities what areas need improvement.
3 months ago

New data shows income needed to affordably buy a home doubled in the last two years

The jump in income required to make mortgage payments affordable makes Salt Lake the 15th largest increase in the nation. 
4 months ago

Oakley City halts all new developments due to water shortage

In Oakley, Utah, a moratorium on water was first issued in May of 2021. and it'll go on indefinitely until the city gets more.
4 months ago

Good news for home buyers, sellers are dropping their home prices

A real estate brokerage says home prices are dropping as home values are beginning to fall and mortgage rates continue to rise.
5 months ago

I-80 West closed due to Semi truck crash with fire

TOOELE COUNTY — Two semi-trucks crashed into each other near Knolls just after 2 a.m. on Friday morning. Sergeant Roden with Utah Highway Patrol (UHP) said one semi was hit from behind by a second semi as they travelled westbound on I-80.  They did get over to the right shoulder but then the trucks caught […]
5 months ago

Preparing transportation plans in case of an emergency

Emergency preparedness means anticipating what you'll need in the future. By planning out transportation, you'll be one step ahead.
6 months ago

Speeding vehicle crashes in rush hour, closes 500 South ramp to freeway

The chase and crash impacted rush hour traffic on Thursday and led to an arrest. One driver went to the hospital with minor injuries.
6 months ago

Secretary Buttigieg discusses how the infrastructure bill will help Utah

Buttigieg said that the infrastructure bill allots $12 million for Utah in fiscal 2022 and up to $65 million over the next five years.
6 months ago

I-15 reopened after a semi-truck hauling kitchen appliances rolled

A semi-truck driver was airlifted after his truck rolled on I-15 early this morning that closed multiple lanes.
6 months ago