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.

Tax Day 2021: What you need to know and how to file for an extension

Following a one month delay, it's Tax Day and experts say many people have waited until the last minute to file.
6 months ago

New poll shows majority of Utahns are concerned about housing market

A new poll finds 8 out of 10 Utahns are concerned about the current housing market and skyrocketing prices.
7 months ago

New poll shows when majority of Utahns think life will “return to normal”

A new poll finds that over a third of Utahns think it’ll take at least another year until life goes fully "back to normal."
7 months ago

$10 million matching grant gifted to Salt Lake Homeless Resource Centers

An extra $10 million is being sent to Salt Lake City’s Homeless Resource Centers courtesy of the Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Foundation.
7 months ago

Lumber prices still historically high, may stay that way until late this year

Homebuyers and renovators are still dealing with record high lumber prices. A trend that experts say likely won’t fade any time soon.
7 months ago

Provo woman pleads guilty to PPP loan application fraud

A Provo woman is pleading guilty for her role in a Paycheck Protection Program loan fraud scheme that tallied over $200,000.
7 months ago

Utah AG, others leery of ‘Instagram for kids’ proposal

Utah’s Attorney General is part of a large, bipartisan group against the planned launch of an Instagram page designed specifically for kids.
7 months ago

Business owners concerned about drug use, violence around North Temple

Some business owners and residents on North Temple are voicing their concerns about a lack of safety and rampant drug use in the area.
7 months ago

Man in hospital following officer-involved shooting in West Valley City

West Valley City Police say a man is in the hospital following an officer-involved shooting. He was reportedly breaking house windows before cops arrived.
7 months ago

Are unemployment benefits making it hard to find new hires?

Some local business owners say they’re having a hard time finding new hires and believe that enhanced unemployment benefits may be to blame.
7 months ago

West Jordan brothers participating in COVID-19 vaccine trial for children

A pair of Utah brothers have volunteered for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine trial in children and are sharing their experience.
7 months ago

Hundreds of new Utah laws officially in effect Wednesday

Hundreds of new Utah laws go into effect starting today. The changes in Utah policy range from police reform to pandemic response.
7 months ago

Granite School District board meeting ends early due to anti-mask protest

The Granite School District had to shutdown their board meeting Tuesday night as anti-mask protestors voiced their feelings.
7 months ago

Group sues Salt Lake City in effort to preserve historic theatres

A group seeking to preserve a pair of historic downtown theatres is now suing Salt Lake City over a disallowed voter initiative.
7 months ago

White House announces higher refugee cap, Utah leaders tout resources

SALT LAKE CITY — The White House announced that more refugees will be admitted into the country this year. It’s a decision that could have a significant impact on Utah. Major refugee announcement from the White House  President Biden made it official Monday that the nation’s refugee cap will be raised to 62,500 for this […]
7 months ago

Money help available for Utah restaurant owners who predict big summer

Restaurant owners across Utah and the entire country can receive additional help from the U.S. Small Business Administration starting today.
7 months ago

Utah allowing police agencies to report bad cops to other agencies

Utah is among a growing number of states that are allowing police agencies to report bad cops to other agencies.
7 months ago

COVID-19 testing underway at Elk Ridge Middle School following outbreak

COVID-19 testing is set to begin at Elk Ridge Middle School in South Jordan following dozens of positive cases in the past two weeks.
7 months ago

IHC caregivers reflect on one-year anniversary of trip to New York

A select group of Intermountain caregivers are reflecting on the one-year anniversary of their trip to New York.
7 months ago

Officials already express some wildfire concerns for parts of southern Utah

State fire officials are issuing an early warning for parts of southern Utah as most of the state draws closer to a warm weekend.
7 months ago

Senator Mitt Romney facing possible censure… again

Senator Mitt Romney is facing a possible censure from other Utah Republicans at a GOP convention this weekend.
7 months ago

The Garth Brooks Stadium Tour coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Rice-Eccles Stadium will host Utah's first major concert event in 2021 with The Garth Brooks Stadium Tour on Saturday, July 17.
7 months ago

Suspect connected to Salt Lake homicide taken into custody

A SWAT standoff in Magna has ended with a suspect being taken into custody. Cops say the suspect is connected to a homicide in Salt Lake earlier this week.
7 months ago

Despite rapid growth, Utah not awarded another seat in Congress

Despite being the fastest-growing state in the past decade, Utah’s population did not increase enough to gain a seat in Congress.
7 months ago