Kristine Weller

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Kristine Weller is a former digital content producer for KSL NewsRadio.

Fatal crash in Tooele involving 12-year-old

A 12-year-old boy has died after a crash on State Route 138 in Tooele County. 
6 months ago

Salt Lake City School District school closure recommendations

It is recommended the board close Hawthorne Elementary, M. Lynn Bennion Elementary, Mary W. Jackson Elementary, and Riley Elementary.
6 months ago

Two Utah-based supplement companies ordered to stop production

A federal court has ordered two Utah supplement companies to stop sales and production for Balance of Nature supplements.
6 months ago

The college enrollment gender gap: What’s it like in Utah?

Women across the U.S. continue to outnumber men when it comes to college enrollment and getting a degree. Is it the same in Utah?
6 months ago

Snowbasin and other ski resorts delay opening dates

Snowbasin and other Utah ski resorts are delaying the start of their 2023-2024 seasons due to a lack of snow and cold temperatures.
6 months ago

Salt Lake police investigating a crash involving an ambulance

The Salt Lake City Police Department is investigating a crash involving a Unified Fire Authority ambulance at 2700 South and 700 East.
6 months ago

Separation of powers: How the Supreme Court will weigh in

The Supreme Court will be considering a variety of cases that have the potential to reign in federal bureaucracy.
6 months ago

Rabbi speaks on growing antisemitism in the U.S.

American Jews are planning to march in Washington D.C. on Tuesday to combat antisemitism in the wake of the Israel-Hamas war.
6 months ago

How the PACT Act supports Utah veterans since approval

Saturday is the second Veterans Day since a law expanding veteran health care passed. How many Utah veterans are covered?
7 months ago

Utah Lt. Gov. warns clerks to be cautious of suspicious letters

Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson is urging county clerks to be cautious of anything suspicious in the mail or otherwise.
7 months ago

Utah legal analyst explains laws surrounding dog attacks

A woman died last week after being attacked by several pit bulls, and now people are asking what laws exist to protect people from dog attacks.
7 months ago

Utah Vietnam War veteran finally being laid to rest

A Utah Vietnam War veteran who went missing in action is now being laid to rest. The funeral for Capt. Ralph Jim Chipman will be on Nov. 11.
7 months ago

Tobacco use declines among youth, but they’re still at risk

CDC data shows tobacco use has declined among high school students. But, they are still being targeted by vaping companies.
7 months ago

One in critical condition after auto-bicycle crash in Kaysville

One person is in critical condition after a crash between a vehicle and bicyclist around 1200 South Main St. in Kaysville.
7 months ago

Solitude and Brighton ski resorts announce parking reservation systems

Solitude Mountain Resort and Brighton Resort are implementing parking reservation systems to alleviate traffic.
7 months ago

Mail-in ballots are here ahead of special election on Nov. 21

Mail-in ballots were sent out later for the special election to fill former Rep. Chris Stewart's seat in Utah's 2nd Congressional District.
7 months ago

A bus bridge in place after fatal bicyclist and Frontrunner accident

There is a bus bridge between Salt Lake Central and Murray Central in both directions becasue of the Frontrunner accident.
7 months ago

The Utah Rivers Council unveils 4,200 Project to support GSL

The Utah Rivers Council unveiled The 4,200 Project which outlines 12 policy proposals to help lawmakers support Great Salt Lake.
7 months ago

County jails changing release process following a mistaken release

The the release process will now require written notification if there are changes in the release status of an inmate.
7 months ago

Congress struggles to answer the opioid crisis

The opioid crisis is one of the few issues with bipartisan support. But, the U.S. isn't making a lot of progress.
7 months ago

Child care needs aren’t being met in Utah

Public investment can fulfill Utah's child care needs. Current programs only serve about 36% of children under six.
7 months ago

If nuclear energy is so great, why aren’t we using it?

Nuclear energy has been dismissed when looking for cleaner and greener energy sources. But, it's the path to a clean future.
7 months ago

New UPD Millcreek chief named

The Unified Police Department announced Christine Petty-Brown is the new Millcreek Precinct Chief.
7 months ago

Utah releases guidelines for social media age verification

The Utah Division of Consumer Protection released some options social media companies can use for the age verification process.
7 months ago