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John Wojcik

John Wojcik
John Wojcik is a Reporter with KSL Newsradio. He moved to Salt Lake City and started with KSL in August 2019.
  • Wildfire concerns could shutoff power

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — A new public safety measure implemented by Rocky Mountain Power may come into play for the first time. Customers in Cedar City could temporarily be without service, but the company says it’s for the greater good. Earlier this summer, a power shutoff protocol was initiated in areas that feature a high […]
  • Orem bear Wildlife

    Orem bear relocated after stopping traffic on State St.

    Division of Wildlife Resources officials say the Orem bear responsible for a morning traffic jam is now free in the woods where he belongs.
  • south willow canyon fire Wildfire

    South Willow Canyon Fire contained, cause unknown

    Chief Willden says overnight storms and lightning could be a factor, but it's too early to know what caused the South Willow Canyon Fire.
  • mayor border immigration crisis Government

    Mayor Jenny Wilson heads for the border

    The group, which includes Mayor Jenny Wilson, will be visiting Border Patrol facilities, impoverished neighborhoods and the Port of Entry.
  • Government

    University health doctors make discovery, confirm 13 vaping cases

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah –Doctors at the University of Utah believe they’ve made a breakthrough discovery connected to vaping-related illness. At a press conference on Friday at University of Utah Hospital, doctors explained their discovery of cell characterization in cases of vaping related illness and provided updated numbers on the growing problem. Health officials say […]
  • Health

    Life-saving program celebrates anniversary, seeks more donors

    A program at Intermountain Healthcare's Primary Children's Hospital has been saving lives for twenty-five years. Today, it needs the public's help to continue that work.
  • Government

    Utahns weigh-in on gun policy

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — The ongoing conversation surrounding gun control policy has seemingly split politicians in Washington.  And a recent Utah Policy Analytics poll shows it’s proving to be a divisive issue in Utah as well. Overall, Utah tends to lean conservative and the numbers reflect that. Of those surveyed, 42-percent said they trusted […]
  • Health

    Senator Romney calls for action on vaping issue

    SALT LAKE CITY  — A U.S. Senator from Utah is taking a strong stance on the nationwide vaping issue. Now with a sixth confirmed death in the U.S. linked to vaping products and e-cigarette use, Senator Mitt Romney says it’s time for action. “I believe that these products are candidates for recall,” explains Senator Romney. […]
  • Health

    Woman cries foul on Utah medical marijuana laws

    One woman describes her frustration with Utah medical marijuana laws.
  • Safety

    Flight to SLC from Montana is delayed in after engine loss

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — It was anything but an ordinary flight for the passengers of Delta flight 2544 Monday morning. The flight departed Glacier Park, Montana on-time at 5:50 a.m., but that’s the first and final thing that went according to schedule. Passengers say at about 18,000 feet the pilot went on speaker and informed […]