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.

Wild Weather: Utah in the midst of an ‘exceptional’ drought

Despite some recent rainfall, local weather experts say most of the Wasatch Front remains in the midst of a historic drought.
7 months ago

Thousands of COVID-19 vaccination appointments unused in Utah

Northern Utah county health officials say thousands of vaccination appointments are going unused each week along the Wasatch Front.
7 months ago

Early morning shooting in Salt Lake near 9th South & 5th West leaves one dead

One person is dead after being shot early Monday morning in Salt Lake City. Cops say the fatal shooting happened near 9th South & 5th West.
7 months ago

Utah leaders upset over recent national parks funding

Utah’s congressional delegation is frustrated over a lack of funding for the state’s five national parks and eight national monuments.
7 months ago

Salt Lake County to use less water, asks residents to do the same

Salt Lake County officials are hoping to lead by example when it comes to conserving water amid a terrible statewide drought.
7 months ago

Senator Mitt Romney opposes Biden plan to pull troops from Afghanistan

Utah Senator Mitt Romney says he opposes a plan from President Joe Biden that aims to pull U.S. troops from Afghanistan by September.
7 months ago

Governor signs a dozen new law enforcement bills into law

Governor Spencer Cox gathered with a number of state leaders on Wednesday to sign a dozen new law enforcement bills into law.
7 months ago

Rep. Owens: Comparing Georgia voting laws to Jim Crow is ‘outrageous’

Republican congressman Burgess Owens said it's insulting for anyone to compare a new Georgia voting law to Jim Crow.
7 months ago

Utah health leaders predict increase in COVID-19 cases

Officials with University of Utah Health are predicting an increase in statewide COVID-19 cases over the next couple of weeks.
7 months ago

Utah leaders call for peace following verdict in Chauvin trial

Activists and law enforcement in Utah are preparing for a response to the verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin.
7 months ago

Tourism officials in the Cache Valley say ‘normal’ is right around the corner

Tourism officials in the Cache Valley say they’re seeing hopeful signs of ‘normal’ being just around the corner.
7 months ago

UDOT expects nearly 200 projects across the state in 2021

The Utah Department of Transportation is warning drivers that construction all over the state will start ramping up soon.
8 months ago

Seven-story apartment building will replace former Road Home

A seven-story apartment building is set to replace the former Road Home shelter in downtown Salt Lake City.
8 months ago

Sen. Mike Lee and colleagues call for MLB to lose antitrust exemption

After pulling their All-Star Game from Atlanta, Senator Mike Lee says the MLB deserves to lose any special immunity from antitrust laws.
8 months ago

Priced Out: Utah homeowners see value increase, while options decrease

Rising prices throughout Utah have made it hard for many to find a good house at a reasonable price, but what about current homeowners?
8 months ago

Wind picks up for round two of northern Utah advisories

Part two of a wind event appears to be moving into northern Utah, with advisories still in effect for the region through 9 a.m. Wednesday morning. 
8 months ago

Salt Lake City School District introducing first electric school buses in Utah

The first-ever electric school buses in Utah deployed this week in the Salt Lake City School District, with more coming soon.
8 months ago

UHP troopers looking for man involved in I-15 road rage incident

Troopers with Utah Highway Patrol are looking for a truck driver suspected in a reported road rage incident on I-15 this past Friday.
8 months ago

Bountiful High School announces ‘Redhawks’ as new mascot

The Davis School District announced that Bountiful High School will move away from the 'Braves' as their mascot and become the 'Redhawks.'
8 months ago

Parents pushing back on ongoing mask requirement in Utah schools

Some Utah parents are pushing back on the ongoing mask mandate in schools as the statewide mandate is set to expire this week.
8 months ago

Interior Secretary set to tour Bears Ears, Grand Staircase

Local leaders are reacting to the arrival of Deb Haaland, who’s scheduled to visit Bears Ears National Monument on Thursday.
8 months ago

Utah leaders react to MLB moving All-Star Game away from Atlanta

Members of Utah’s congressional delegation are weighing-in on the decision to remove the Major League Baseball All-Star Game from Atlanta.
8 months ago

Murray restaurant owner says he’ll keep mask requirements

Some restaurant owners across Utah are planning to keep a mask requirement, despite the statewide mask mandate ending this week.
8 months ago

New poll shows majority of Utah voters would support recall elections

A new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll shows that a majority of Utahns would support a law allowing voters to recall elected officials.
8 months ago