Michael Camit

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Michael Camit is a producer and reporter for KSL NewsRadio. You can reach him at mcamit@ksl.com.

Tooele dog trainers urge pet owners to retrain instead of surrender

Keeping a pet that is unruly may be as simple as seeking out training, some of which can be found for free.
5 days ago

Ironing out Utah’s Medical Cannabis Program

Medical marijuana is one of Utah's most regulated substances, but lawmakers are still trying to iron out the wrinkles in the program.
11 days ago

The benefit of recategorizing parolees after they serve time

It's common to categorize those serving time. But should that mindset change after a person is done serving time and reenters a community?
1 month ago

What Utah’s Gen Z leaders are working toward

Utah's Gen Z leaders say they're motivated, diverse, and know they are inheriting major issues that collaboration can help solve.
1 month ago

Keep an eye on Utah avalanche forecast this weekend, forecaster says

Anyone heading for the mountains in Utah should check out the avalanche forecast, regardless of how they're recreating.
2 months ago

Care Communities pilot program seeks to support foster families across the state

Almost half of all foster parents stop fostering within a year, but Care Communities are meant to curb that trend.
2 months ago

Celebrating the holidays while including your loved ones with Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer's Association says there are many ways to include your loved one in the holidays while taking their disease into account.
3 months ago

Tips to make your home more accessible this holiday season

Christmas is around the corner, and there are simple ways to make your home more accessible for disabled holiday guests.
3 months ago

Santa sacks: Helping Granite students in need

The Granite Education Foundation is helping impoverished students feel the Christmas cheer with Santa sacks.
4 months ago

Legislation to protect the green around Utah’s rivers is here

The Riparian Corridor Bill aims to help Utah's rivers remain beautiful, especially riparian areas where the water meets our favorite trails.
5 months ago

A block on Center Street won’t bog down BYU gameday

A block of Center St. leading into Provo is closed for construction. However, that doesn't mean BYU gameday traffic will be affected. 
5 months ago

Lagoon’s newest ride strives to be accessible to all

Lagoon says they have made park accessibility a big focus. The newest park ride, Primordial, is no exception.
5 months ago

New app Smack Social making planning social events easier

BYU alumni created a new app called Smack Social, and its mission is to make event planning easy and rewarding.
6 months ago

Wheelchair Palooza 2023 offers community to disabled Utahns

The event sponsored by the Utah Adaptive Alliance brought wheelchair users from across Utah to American Fork.
7 months ago

Changes at UVU anticipate growth, and students staying in Utah

Planners are adding to the UVU campus anticipating more students and more alumni will be using the facilities.
7 months ago

New program aims to use renewable energy to power Utah communities by 2030

A new program is aiming to get Salt Lake City and other communities across Utah powered using renewable energy by 2030.
7 months ago

Salt Lake’s airport strives to be accessible for all flyers

Those behind the making the Salt Lake airport accessible say it and inclusiveness was always in the plans for the new design.
7 months ago

Amazon Prime Day is here; how to protect yourself from scams

Online scams are all too common, and scammers come out of hiding for Amazon Prime Day. Learn how to protect yourself with tips from a Better Business Bureau spokesperson.
8 months ago

An adaptive sports group gets disabled Utahns on the trails

Adaptive sports groups like Utah's Wasatch Adaptive prove the outdoors is open to everyone.
8 months ago

BYU Rocketry Club places first in International Spaceport America Cup

Down in New Mexico, the BYU Rocketry Club came in first place in the international Spaceport America Cup, despite only competing twice.
8 months ago

UTA scavenger hunt promotes wiser travel, offers Twilight Concert tickets

This is the Utah Transit Authority first year doing this hunt. The UTA scavenger hunt promotes the state's annual Clear the Air challenge.
8 months ago

Church leaders urge members to be educated voters

LDS Church leaders ask members to be educated voters and to carefully study a candidate's position on important issues.
9 months ago

Rainstorms threaten to flood Utah’s national parks, meteorologists warn

Rainstorms threaten to flood several of Utah's national parks Thursday. Meteorologists say hikers should be prepared.
9 months ago

Springville woman assaulted with water balloon, police searching for suspects

A Springville woman was the victim of an assault over the weekend after several teens threw a water balloon at her out of a moving truck.
9 months ago