Lindsay Aerts

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Lindsay Aerts is a reporter, anchor and the host of "The Mom Show" on KSL NewsRadio. You can contact her at laerts@ksl.com.

Activists want SLC residential speed limits to be lowered to 20 MPH

An activist group wants all of Salt Lake City's residential streets to have default speed limits of 20 miles per hour.
6 months ago

Utah bill barring transgender girls from playing girls’ sports makes comeback

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah lawmaker behind a controversial bill to ban transgender girls from playing girls’ sports in Utah plans to run it again next session. Rep. Kera Birkeland, R-Morgan, said she doesn’t take the decision to run the bill, titled Preserving Women’s Sports, lightly.   “I don’t just think, ‘Oh I can’t wait […]
7 months ago

New study shows gender and racial pay gaps among Utah’s executive employees, but not so much in pay for equal work

A new study from the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget shows there are some gender and racial pay gaps in Utah's Executive Branch
7 months ago

Donovan Mitchell will play for Game 2 against Memphis Grizzlies

Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell will play Wednesday against the Memphis Grizzlies at Vivint Arena -- after first expressing frustration over being benched.
7 months ago

Lieutenant Governor’s office now hiring for returnships in Utah

Lieutenant Governor Deidre Henderson wants to help you get back to work by coming to work for her with returnships in Utah.
7 months ago

Education group protests lawmakers encouraging ban on Critical Race Theory

Protestors on both sides of the Critical Race Theory debate showed up at the Utah State Capitol Wednesday, ahead of a vote restricting it in schools.
7 months ago

George Floyd mural in downtown Salt Lake City vandalized again

The George Floyd mural in downtown Salt Lake City was vandalized Wednesday morning, and it's not the first time.
7 months ago

Highland and Wasatch High School lacrosse fight under investigation after alleged use of racial slur

The Utah High School Sports Association is now looking into an allegation of racism at a lacrosse game between Highland and Wasatch High Schools.
7 months ago

Utah won’t see a spike in gas prices after major US fuel pipeline shutdown, says AAA Utah

But what may impact prices in Utah and the West is the approach of the Memorial Day weekend.
7 months ago

Utah’s spring wildfire conditions have officials concerned for wildfire season

Utah fire officials say the above average wildfires this spring show conditions are already dangerous, well ahead of the typical start of wildfire season.
7 months ago

Bayou bar and restaurant in SLC requires full COVID-19 vaccination

Pushback includes angry and vulgar telephone messages, but The Bayou's owner says the requirement protects his staff and customers.
7 months ago

Nearby businesses ready for the Salt Lake Bees games to return

The Salt Lake Bees will play their first home game in 612 days on Thursday evening in downtown Salt Lake City, with public health guidelines in place.
7 months ago

‘It has made transgender individuals, individuals’: Plaintiff relieved by Utah Supreme Court ruling

After the Utah Supreme Court ruling Thursday allowing transgender people to change their gender marking on documents, one plaintiff says she's relieved.
7 months ago

Hale Centre Theatre will not require masks from now on

Following the Utah Health Department announcement on Tuesday, the Hale Centre Theater announced they will no longer require masks but welcome them.
7 months ago

Glendale Middle School Ukulele Club welcomes first lady

At least a dozen students in the Glendale Ukulele Club played for the first lady when she visited their middle school Wednesday.
7 months ago

Utah woman unaware she was pregnant, doctor says it’s not rare

Giving birth without knowing you're pregnant is hard to explain, but not rare, one Utah doctor told KSL Newsradio.
7 months ago

Affordable housing project in South Jordan brings homes to nine families

A joint project from South Jordan city officials and homebuilders will bring nine families new, affordable housing
7 months ago

Grand County seeing bump in COVID cases amid springtime visitors

Grand County is seeing the highest COVID-19 case rates in the state. Springtime is also when the area sees tens of thousands of visitors
8 months ago

Summit County pushing to vaccinate teenagers next week

The Summit County Health Department wants to vaccinate its teenagers ages 16 and 17 years old this coming Monday, April 19.
8 months ago

Long-time homeless advocate believes apartment building planned is positive

Long-time homeless advocate Pamela Atkinson believes the apartment building planned for downtown Salt Lake City will be a positive thing.
8 months ago

Summit County offering a Pfizer vaccine clinic for teenagers

The Summit County Health Department is holding a Covid-19 vaccine clinic for teenagers in the county, offering only the Pfizer vaccine.
8 months ago

Police arrest 37 students after hours at Corner Canyon High School

Draper police made an arrest of 37 juveniles last weekend who were alone during an after hours gathering at Corner Canyon High School.
8 months ago

Salt Lake City School District pushing high school start times later

The Salt Lake City School District's Board of Education voted Tuesday to push start times back an hour for its high schools starting this fall.
8 months ago

Utah Jazz will require masks after statewide mandate ends

A Utah Jazz official said the mask requirement is mandated by the National Basketball League and will not change on April 10.
8 months ago