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Snow storm brings highly dangerous avalanche conditions

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Avalanche Center is warning of highly dangerous avalanche conditions this morning.  Specifically, Salt Lake County mountains have a high danger rating.  Dangerous avalanche conditions may result in traffic issues and adjustments to morning commutes are temperatures drop below freezing.  In the 2021-2022 avalanche season, Utah reported no fatalities in […]
2 days ago

Schools, commute delayed by early morning lake effect snow

A dumping of lake effect snow delayed commuters and school openings.
2 days ago

School and daycare facilities haven’t “bounced back” to normalcy

Along with the rest of the nation, a shortage of daycare workers and teachers in Utah means parents are staying home from work.
13 days ago

Les Madeleines bakery closing after 19 years

According to its website, Les Madeleines was the third bakery in the U.S, and the first West of the Mississippi to make Kouign Amann.
16 days ago

To accommodate more visitors, Pineview Reservoir to see upgrades

Pineview Reservoir has been filled to capacity with more visitors than ever and will be getting some much-needed upgrades to parking lots and campgrounds. The project, which is set to be completed in 2025, will also include additional traffic lanes.
20 days ago

Officials opening additional voting location in Weber County after Google Maps mishap

Weber County election officials say the in-person voting site is at the Exhibit Hall at the Weber County Fairgrounds.
23 days ago

Midterm Election 2022: Live Utah updates

It's Election Day and KSL NewsRadio is here to keep you up-to-date on Utah results. Tune in or read along to see what Utah voters chose this year.
23 days ago

There could be some changes to the way you listen to KSL NewsRadio through the website, apps

We've made some changes to better improve how you listen to KSL NewsRadio and bring our voices into your home and lives. The updates might affect the ways you listen to us.
26 days ago

Utah Highway Patrol investigating shooting death on I-15 in Murray

MURRAY, Utah — A jack-knifed semi on southbound I-15 near 5300 South led to traffic delays Wednesday morning. Now, the Utah Highway Patrol is investigating after finding one person dead of a gunshot wound at the scene. The UHP said a car hauler and a white car were involved in the incident. UHP troopers found […]
29 days ago

Pilot program brings reusable takeout containers to Park City restaurants

The monthly subscription for restaurant goers provides them with plastic containers that they use and then drop off for cleaning and sanitation.
1 month ago

Letter from the newsroom: We pulled an inaccurate article

Dear readers and listeners of KSL NewsRadio, This Thursday morning, for an hour and 25 minutes, KSL NewsRadio’s website featured a headline reading: “Alpine School District announces 7 possible school closures in Orem”. The headline and the accompanying article were inaccurate. We pulled the story after those nearly 90 minutes because our radio newsroom leadership […]
1 month ago

Complaints filed against Orem leaders amid Alpine School District split issue

24 complaints against Orem City leaders cite concerns about the City Council blacking out portions of a meeting and using public funds.
1 month ago

South Jordan taking steps to bring more drinking water to community

Though the water purified at the South Jordan purification facility is drinkable, it will not be distributed to the public at this time.
2 months ago

Secondary water metering proving to be useful for conservation

Secondary water metering is proving to be a useful tool for water conservation for the Weber Basin Water Conservatory District.
2 months ago

Great Salt Lake so low, a water level measurement system no longer works

The Great Salt Lake has dropped to such a low level, the U.S. Geological Survey's measuring system at the marina no longer works.
2 months ago

Tooele School District launches program to help students experiencing homelessness

The Tooele School District offers resources to students and their families who experience homelessness and take donations to help those in need.
2 months ago

Uptick in mosquitos in Utah caused by recent weather and temperatures

Mosquitos in Utah have seen a growth in population thanks to recent weather. While aggressive, they are not the disease-carrying breed.
2 months ago

‘Any kind of abuse … is an abomination,’ President Nelson says at Saturday morning session

President Russell M. Nelson denounced abuse as a grievous sin and an abomination at the close of the Saturday morning session of the 192nd Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
2 months ago

Best Friends Animal Society building housing for employees in Kanab

Best Friends Animal Society houses its headquarters and sanctuary in Kanab, Utah -- along with about half of its employees.
2 months ago

Utah lawmakers issue stern warning to doctors about abortion

A stern warning from two Utah lawmakers was issued
3 months ago

Man who ran over wife in Salt Lake City International Airport sentenced

A man who killed his wife by running her over in a parking garage at Salt Lake City International Airport has been sentenced to one to 20 years.
3 months ago

Relief at the gas pump? A drop in temperatures brings a drop in gas prices

A change in seasons brings a change in prices at the gas pump. Changing fuel blends will drop prices up tp .10 cents a gallon.
3 months ago

Little Cottonwood Canyon’s proposed gondola would be different from ski gondolas

The proposed Little Cottonwood Canyon gondola will not be the same as typical ski resort gondolas, according to the UDOT.
3 months ago

Church responds to AP story on abuse of a child and reporting hotline

“The abuse of a child or any other individual is inexcusable,” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said in a statement.
4 months ago