Lindsay Aerts

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Lindsay Aerts is a former anchor, reporter and producer for KSL NewsRadio. She moved to KSL TV in 2023. You can reach her at laerts@ksl.com.

Utah election leaders warn of fake text, election phishing scams

The phishing text read, in part, "your GOP voter profile is incomplete ... please finish your GOP profile RIGHT NOW.
4 months ago

Candidate in Utah 2nd district election funded flights to Jan. 6th rally

Brad Greene running as a Libertarian for the Utah 2nd Congressional District said he wanted to support government accountability.
4 months ago

Ground broken on new Salt Lake Bees Stadium and South Jordan downtown

State, city, and legislative leaders joined the Bees owners, the Larry H. Miller Group, for a ceremonial stadium groundbreaking Thursday.
4 months ago

Utah leaders see IOC dual award as ‘best evidence yet’ for another SLC Winter Games

Utah leaders have hope in securing the 2034 bid for the Winter Games after the IOC agreed to award both the 2030 and 2034 Games at the same time next year.
4 months ago

Apple study shows Utah really loves pickleball

The study surveyed over 200,000 Apple Watch users, and found that Utah leads the nation in people playing Pickleball.
4 months ago

Lawmaker eyes changing the office of Utah Attorney General

Sen. Mike McKell, R-Spanish Fork, told KSL NewsRadio he'd like to get the question about the Utah Attorney General before voters in 2028.
5 months ago

AG Sean Reyes: Tim Ballard lawsuit should be taken seriously, declines to answer specifics

Reyes previously spoke on the allegations in a statement. Tuesday marked the first time the Utah AG answered questions from reporters.
5 months ago

Five women file lawsuit against Tim Ballard, alleging sexual misconduct, misusing funds

Multiple women filed a lawsuit against Tim Ballard, the former director of Operation Underground Railroad for sexual misconduct and misusing funding from donors.
5 months ago

Glenn Beck says he feels ‘duped’ by friend, Tim Ballard amidst allegations

Glenn Beck, longtime supporter of OUR, addressed claims of sexual misconduct against his “friend” Tim Ballard and called him “misguided.”
5 months ago

Rep. Curtis explains Senate turnaround, will run for House again

Simply, Curtis had a change of heart about a Senate run and wants to complete the work he has started in the House.
5 months ago

Attorney representing Tim Ballard accusers preparing a lawsuit

The attorney representing several women accusing Tim Ballard of sexual misconduct says she's preparing a lawsuit on their behalf.
5 months ago

Wife of Tim Ballard responds to questions of husband’s church standing

Tim Ballard asserted two weeks ago he was a faithful member in good standing with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
5 months ago

Rep. John Curtis “a nine” (on a one-to-ten scale) about Senate run

Rep. John Curtis said he's currently weighing if a Senate run is best for him, the state, his staff, and Utah's 3rd Congressional District.
5 months ago

List of possibile candidates for a U.S. Senate run in Utah is growing

Rep. Chris Stewart is the latest to announce he's interested in running for the U.S. Senate in Utah.
5 months ago

Government shutdown could disrupt Utahns using WIC benefits

But Utah health officials say they're working to assure that the benefits for Utah mothers and children will not run out.
5 months ago

If government shuts down, Rep. John Curtis says Congress members shouldn’t get paid

If Congress shuts down, Rep. John Curtis (R-Utah) said he wants to make it illegal for members of Congress to get paid.
5 months ago

Roll of the dice to decide final spot in Brighton Town Council race

In the race for city council in the Town of Brighton, Heidi Westfall and Gavan Ganung are tied with 34 votes each.
5 months ago

Utah Office of Tourism awards $4.7 million to boost economy

Utah's Office of Tourism awarded millions of dollars in grant money to travel groups and non-profits to bring tourism dollars back to Utah.
5 months ago

Former Rep. Chris Stewart announces new job at new lobbying firm

In his new job, Stewart will lead a company called Skyline Capitol which will help advise large industries on the federal level.
5 months ago

Jason Chaffetz not closing the door, not actively pursuing 2024 run for Senate or Governor

Chaffetz did say that a run for Utah governor in 2028 is a possibility, but not 2024 and not for the Senate.
5 months ago

Republicans have three Utah lawmakers to replace, here’s how that happens

In just the last month, three Republican lawmakers have stepped down. The responsibility for replacing them falls on the Republican County and State conventions.
5 months ago

House Majority Leader Mike Schultz will run for Speaker of the House seat

House Majority Leader Mike Schultz said he wanted to have a hand in leading Utah through the current issues the state is facing.
5 months ago

Restructuring and reports of a rant: Changes at the Utah County Elections Office

One current two former staffers describe tensions among Utah County Elections staffers. The clerk says the issues are moot.
6 months ago

Bomb threat at SLC’s Jewish Community Center forces two hour shelter in place

Salt Lake City's Jewish Community Center, JCC, was the target of a phony bomb threat over the weekend.
6 months ago