Michael Camit

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

Washington County is one step closer to a major water reuse project

A water reuse project in Washington County is a step closer to reality. The 20-year project will get some funding from federal grants.
11 days ago

Zion National Park plans to reroute large vehicles in 2026

Zion National Park will begin rerouting large vehicles away from the Mt. Carmel Zion highway starting in the Summer of 2026.
13 days ago

Utah small businesses struggle under inflation

Inflation has become un-ignorable for most, however, Utah small businesses are getting hit the hardest.
15 days ago

Utah State Correctional Facility library gives inmates a slice of life

A public library within the prison gives inmates a slice of life on the outside.
17 days ago

SLC’s Main Street redesign is open to suggestions from disabled Utahns

With proposals for the revitalization of downtown Salt Lake City, ADA experts want to hear from disabled Utahns.
25 days ago

Up to a quarter of Utahns struggle with disabilities, report says

According to a report from the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, up to a quarter of Utahns struggle with a disability.
29 days ago

Utah is struggling to retain its rural ‘Hotshots’

Filling jobs of rural wildlife firefighters can be difficult due to the cost of living according to the Utah Division of Forestry, Fires and State Lands.
29 days ago

Utah is home to a number of adaptive outdoor recreation groups

Among Utah's adaptive recreation groups are outdoor enthusiasts, physical trainers, and engineers.
2 months ago

After 30 years, Slamdance film festival will move to Los Angeles

The Slamdance film festival is brining its 30 year run in Utah to a close. Founded and hosted in Park City, Slamdance has announced they plan to leave Utah. The indie film event said over social media it'll be moving to Los Angeles for next year's festival.
2 months ago

Lehi redevelopment in the works for historic downtown

City officials are planning a redevelopment of historic downtown Lehi.
2 months ago

Utah’s NHL team could pave the way for a sled hockey team

The enthusiasm behind Utah's new professional hockey team was palpable, and it could pave the way for another team in Utah — sled hockey.
2 months ago

Utah drivers are more likely to be insured

Drivers in Utah are more likely to carry automobile insurance that drivers in most other states data shows.
2 months ago

New, unique theater thriving in historic University of Utah building

Meldrum Theatre is a new, unique theater at the University of Utah. The design creates an engaging audience experience.
2 months ago

Temperatures will be a little warmer than normal this April

April temperatures will a little higher than usual but there are a few things Utahns should keep in mind as they go outside to enjoy the warmth.
2 months ago

A new FrontRunner station will be built in Utah County’s southern end

A study has shown that a UTA Payson FrontRunner station would help with transportation for those living in that area.
2 months ago

Southern Utah homebuilders to test the waters on dense housing

An initiative from Capitol Hill has set a new housing goal to build 35,000 new starter homes in only five years.
3 months ago

Libraries are trying to change eBook rental

Public libraries aim to serve communities through preservation. However, eBook rental licensing makes it hard to achieve their purpose in the digital age.
3 months ago

Dodging political scammers during election year

During elections years, political scammers will target voters to try to get their personal information warns the BBB.
3 months ago

Correctional facilities strain to help aging inmates

Correctional facilities in Utah are not designed or staffed for an aging inmate population, straining their health care system.
3 months ago

Scammers are taking advantage of the demand for ACT and SAT prep

Scammers have noticed the demand for ACT and SAT prep courses. Here's how you can avoid the scam yourself.
3 months ago

Springing back to snow and rain this weekend

Rain and snow showers this weekend will end Utah's recent streak of spring days due to a cold front moving in.
3 months ago

Wetland park to be built in West Valley

A West Valley wetland park would provide trails for exercise and allow students at the Granite Technical Institute to study animals and plants outdoors.
3 months ago

Park City gears up for cardboard sled derby

The second-annual Park City cardboard sled derby happens this Saturday at the Park City Sports Complex.
3 months ago

St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site raising funds for more storage space

The St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site has been raising funds to expand its storage space.
3 months ago