John Wojcik

John Wojcik

Website: http://www.kslnewsradio.com

John Wojcik is a reporter with KSL NewsRadio. He moved to Salt Lake City and started with KSL in August 2019. Contact John at jwojcik@ksl.com.

Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office will not prosecute U. police chief

The Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office has decided not to prosecute University of Utah police chief Rodney Chatman.
6 months ago

Legislative action on water conservation? Some say it’s time

Amid a historic statewide drought, some Utahns say it’s time for legislative action aimed at conserving including charges for secondary water.
6 months ago

Pair of former Jazz players share optimism about current team

As the Utah Jazz team prepare for Game 1 of their second-round series, a pair of former players are weighing in on the current squad.
6 months ago

First-ever all female built house showcased in Saratoga Springs

A first-of-its-kind house in Saratoga Springs was built by an all-female crew, as the construction industry looks to hire more women as homebuilders.
6 months ago

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg talks Utah data center, women at work

The COO of Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg, expects a new data center to be operational starting sometime next month in Eagle Mountain, Utah.
6 months ago

UDOT warning Salt Lake drivers about a new I-80 traffic pattern

Expect to see some traffic changes as major construction begins on the I-80 and I-215 project in Salt Lake.
6 months ago

Draper couple “grateful” after surviving plane crash in Bear Lake County

A Draper couple says they're lucky to be alive after their small plane crashed over the weekend in Bear Lake County.
6 months ago

Rapid bus transit line could be coming to Point of the Mountain

A rapid bus transit line could be coming to the Point of the Mountain after the Lehi City Council passed a resolution supporting the project.
6 months ago

Where to find the cheapest gas prices in Utah ahead of holiday weekend

As Utahns look to hit the road for the holiday weekend, most drivers can expect to pay a higher gas premium at the pump.
6 months ago

Utah rolls out summer driving safety tips with “Summer Safely” campaign

Officials with UDOT and the Department of Public Safety are launching a new safe driving campaign called "Summer Safely."
6 months ago

Chief Brown reflects on violent Salt Lake protests as one year anniversary looms

Almost one year after violent protests in Salt Lake, police chief Mike Brown is sharing his thoughts on policy changes that came from it.
6 months ago

Thousands of state employees are opting to work remotely going forward

Thousands of state employees are jumping at the opportunity to work remotely on a more permanent basis going forward.
6 months ago

Some boaters voice concern over Lake Powell water levels

It will be a busy holiday weekend & boaters say they’re concerned about dropping water levels at Lake Powell. The lake has dropped 40 feet in the last year.
6 months ago

Redistricting coming to Utah: Here’s how you can get involved

Officials say the public has nearly a dozen opportunities to weigh in on redistricting before they redraw the political boundaries in Utah.
6 months ago

Ahead of holiday weekend, fire restrictions coming for southern Utah

If you’re travelling to southern Utah this weekend, fire officials want you to be aware of some restrictions they have in place.
6 months ago

Salt Lake City Police Department hoping to bring on more officers

The Salt Lake City Police Department is hoping to bring on more officers after losing dozens of cops in just the past year alone.
6 months ago

Health leaders say COVID-19 focus shouldn’t be on herd immunity

Doctor Anthony Fauci says it’s time to stop fixating on ‘herd immunity’ and focus on administrating as many COVID-19 vaccines as possible.
6 months ago

Authorities say one person is dead, another arrested in Kearns shooting

Police arrested a suspect and are investigating a murder after a man was shot and killed in Kearns Thursday night just after 9 p.m.
6 months ago

One Utah city has saved over 100 million gallons of water in two weeks

In just the past two weeks, officials in American Fork say they’ve saved over 100 million gallons of water.
6 months ago

Holladay shooting justified, but prosecutor still “troubled”

A police shooting in Holladay that killed a suicidal man has been ruled justified by Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill.
6 months ago

Utah’s GOP congressmen split on commission to investigate Capitol attack

Utah’s four Republican congressmen are split on legislation to create a commission to investigate the attack on the Capitol in January.
6 months ago

Salt Lake City School District keeping masks until end of school year

The Salt Lake City School District has made the decision to require face masks through the end of the school year
6 months ago

Salt Lake City Airport expects summer travel to surpass 2019 numbers

Officials with Salt Lake City International Airport expect their summer flight numbers to actually exceed what they did in 2019.
6 months ago

Masks-in-schools debate is on the special session agenda

The Utah Legislature is set to tackle the question of face mask requirements for schools during a special session set for Wednesday morning. 
6 months ago