Jessica Lowell

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Website: https://www.kslnewsradio.com

Jessica is an executive producer for KSL NewsRadio and Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News. You can reach her at jlowell@ksl.com.

Mayor trying to keep Abravanel Hall “in its present form”

On Tuesday, Wilson said she's received "an extensive amount of input" about the future of the Utah Symphony's home.
7 days ago

Kevin Franke files lawsuit against Jodi Hildebrandt over emotional distress

In the lawsuit, Kevin Franke said Hildebrandt's actions "completely" damaged his family and marriage.
1 month ago

Take the plunge: Utahns seek cold water for physical and mental benefits

We're taking a deep dive into the benefits of the cold plunge. We explore real experiences and the research behind why it works.
1 month ago

Logan Police Department releases new arrest details

Logan Police Department said former officer Carlos Cubias has been part of a year long internal investigation after being accused of sexual abuse.
2 months ago

Utah Education Association opposes changes to education funding

The proposed ballot measure would change the way Utah funds education. Right now all of the funds from income tax go to education.
2 months ago

Park City man dies in Montana backcountry avalanche

64-year-old David Macfarlane from Park City was skiing with a group at the Lost Trail Ski Area when the avalanche was triggered.
2 months ago

DOJ claims Utah prison discriminated against transgender woman

The Utah prison reportedly failed to give the transgender woman health care services, even though she had asked for hormone therapy.
2 months ago

Bountiful police detective resigns after alleged DUI

Brandon Beecher, a detective with the Bountiful Police Department, was pulled over on Feb. 19 after allegedly entering a roundabout in Syracuse incorrectly.
2 months ago

Ruby Franke and Jodi Hildebrandt transferred to Utah State Correctional Facility

The two women will each spend one to 15 years at the facility for child abuse.
3 months ago

The future of IVF in Utah following the Alabama Supreme Court embryo ruling

One expert says they won't know if Utah would interpret its wrongful death statute the same way Alabama did until a case came up .
3 months ago

Cache County School District apologizes for not holding a snow day

The Cache County School District decided to hold a regular school day on Tuesday despite weather conditions. 
3 months ago

Utah asks for independent report on Menzies’ mental state, temporarily halting further execution proceedings

Ralph Menzie's lawyers say that their client has dementia, and as such, is not competent to be executed.
3 months ago

Reaction continues after Utah education official’s social media post implying a student was transgender

Utah School Board of Education member Natalie Cline shared photos from the Instagram account of a high school basketball team.
3 months ago

Sundance at capacity: People turned away from films during first weekend of film festival

Eager Sundance goers were turned away from films during the first weekend of the film festival, despite having tickets in hand.
4 months ago

Gov. Cox signs first bill of Utah’s 2024 legislative session

Gov. Cox signed the first bill of Utah's 2024 legislative session Friday night.
4 months ago

Canyon View Middle School evacuated due to carbon monoxide

Canyon View Middle School evacuated due to students and teachers experiencing carbon monoxide poisoning.
4 months ago

Salt Lake City International Airport sees delays as weather impacts the U.S.

According to FlightAware, 177 flights into or out of the Salt Lake City airport experienced delays Monday.
4 months ago

Utah AG charges Bruce Hough campaigner with incorrectly paying for signatures

The AG's office alleges that Bruce Hough campaigner, Timothy Mooney, paid signature gatherers for the gross amount of signatures.
5 months ago

Riverton Police chief no longer working for city

A spokesperson for Riverton said the decision for Riverton Police Chief Blair Barfuss to leave his position was made yesterday.
5 months ago

Salt Lake County employees received shorted paychecks due to glitch

Some Salt Lake County employees received shorted paychecks due to a glitch in its payment system. The county is cutting paper checks to rectify the issue.
6 months ago

Former lecturer sentenced for terrorist threat against SUU and Cedar City

Former SUU lecturer Steven Baggs got a maximum sentence Friday for charges including making a terrorist threat -- a second-degree felony.
6 months ago

The legacy of Blazing Needles; local knitting shop closing after 16 years

Blazing Needles owner, Cynthia Mills, has announced the shop will be permanently closing its doors after 16 years.
9 months ago

Weber County corrections assistant arrested for allegedly distributing controlled substance to inmates

The Weber County Sheriff's Office says an employee was arrested and accused of trying to distribute drugs.
10 months ago

Federal charges filed for 2020 hate crime against Black missionary

Nathan West Thomas and Sebastian Francis West, both 22, were indicted last month by a federal grand jury for allegedly assaulting the man in January 2020.
1 year ago