Kate Davis

Kate Davis is the associate producer for Utah's Morning News.

Kate Davis is the associate producer for Utah's Morning News, as well as the executive producer for Utah's Noon News. You can reach her at kdavis@ksl.com.

BYU student and youngest-ever Survivor contestant says he’s confident he will win

BYU Student and youngest-ever Survivor contestant, Sami Layadi, says he is confident he will win this season of the series
5 days ago

Home prices in Salt Lake City harbinger of a national trend?

A report from Zillow shows that home values in Salt Lake City fell more than 7% from May to August 2022.
5 days ago

New site helps inform voters on Utah judges ahead of election season

People looking to vote on Utah judges this election season have a revamped resource to look to. An official website provides summaries of judges.
6 days ago

Salt Lake saved almost 3 billion gallons of water this season

Lower Salt Lake water usage led the county to save billions of gallons of water in the face of Utah's ongoing drought.
7 days ago

Advisory tells visitors to Grand Canyon to be leery of rabid bats

The National Park Service issued an advisory this week after a rabid bat was found near the Colorado River.
28 days ago

Salt Lake City School District students and staff get free UTA passes

Students and staff in the Salt Lake City School District have started receiving their free UTA passes, which cover most transportation services.
2 months ago

Utah Board of Water Resources approves nearly $200 million to build secondary water meters

Grants totaling around $190 million will be used to build over 100,000 new secondary water meters across the state of Utah.
2 months ago

Training Table restaurant chain teases comeback

The Training Table, a Utah restaurant chain that shut down in 2016, is teasing things to come on its website and Facebook page.
2 months ago

Gunman kills 19 children, 2 teachers in Texas school shooting

An 18-year-old gunman who killed 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary school barricaded himself in a classroom, “shooting anyone that was in his way."
4 months ago

American Trevor Reed released from Russia

American Trevor Reed, a US citizen and former Marine who has been detained in Russia since 2019, has been released in a prisoner swap.
5 months ago

America added 431,000 jobs in March, bringing the unemployment rate to a new pandemic low

The US economy added 431,000 jobs in March, bringing the unemployment rate to a new pandemic-era low of 3.6%, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday.
6 months ago

NYT: Susan Collins will vote to confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson, becoming first GOP senator to back Biden’s Supreme Court pick

Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine will vote to confirm President Joe Biden's Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson, she told The New York Times in an interview published on Wednesday, the first GOP senator to do so.
6 months ago

Skyline High School virtual today

Skyline High School will be virtual today due to power issues. The school says students can still come to the building to pick up Chromebooks and other materials. They say grab and go lunches will be provided.
7 months ago

US banning Russian oil imports as Biden warns of ‘costs’

President Biden will ban Russian oil imports, toughening the toll on Russia’s economy for its invasion of Ukraine, says a person familiar with the matter.
7 months ago

US employers shrug off omicron, add 467,000 jobs in January

U.S. employers stepped up hiring in January, adding 467,000 jobs despite a wave of omicron inflections that sickened millions of workers, kept many consumers at home and left businesses from restaurants to manufacturers short-staffed. The Labor Department’s Friday report also showed the unemployment rate ticked up to 4% from 3.9%. Job gains in December were also revised much higher.
8 months ago

Punxsutawney Phil predicts six more weeks of winter

There will be six more weeks of winter. That's the prediction made Wednesday by Punxsutawney Phil after he emerged from his burrow in Pennsylvania to perform his Groundhog Day duties.
8 months ago

Salt Lake County issues indoor mask order, effective midnight Friday

The Salt Lake County Health Department Executive Director Dr. Angela Dunn just issued a public health order requiring all people in Salt Lake County to wear masks indoors and outdoors when gathering in groups.
9 months ago

Judge dismisses groping case against former NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo

A judge has dismissed the only criminal charge filed against former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in connection with the sexual harassment allegations that drove him from office.
9 months ago

Teen in Michigan school shooting waives key court hearing

A teenager charged with killing four students at their Michigan high school has waived a key court hearing. The decision means Ethan Crumbley's case moves straight to a trial court in suburban Detroit.
9 months ago

State Department of Health announces changes to testing sites

Changes are coming to the COVID 19 testing experience here in Utah. You'll need a reservation for many popular testing sites, and the UDOH requires you to arrive at least one hour before close.
9 months ago

One dead after rollover crash in Tooele

Highway 112 in Tooele remains closed after an early morning rollover crash that left one woman dead.
9 months ago

Police arrest murder suspect after finding him in Mexico

A murder suspect has been found in Mexico and is now behind bars in Salt Lake. The suspect reportedly shot and killed a 16-year-old boy in 2016.
9 months ago

US employers add 199,000 jobs as unemployment falls to 3.9%

U.S. employers added a modest 199,000 jobs last month while the unemployment rate fell sharply, at a time when businesses are struggling to fill jobs, with many Americans remaining reluctant to return to the workforce.
9 months ago

Forecasters warn avalanches possible this New Year

Avalanches might roll in with the New Year. Follow these tips and tricks to stay safe as avalanches are very possible in coming days.
9 months ago