Marc Giauque

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Marc Giauque is the News Director of KSL NewsRadio. He has produced, reported and anchored news in Salt Lake City for 25+ years. Contact Marc at

Gas prices, inflation are not stopping Memorial Day weekend travel plans

Memorial Day weekend will have over 37 million Americans traveling, regardless of rising prices. Anyone traveling can expect delays.
9 months ago

UDOT says most seasonal roads will be open by Memorial Day weekend

UDOT is hoping to have roads around Mirror Lake Highway cleared of snow before the Memorial Day weekend.
9 months ago

Flatline fire near Jordanelle Reservoir started by humans

The Flatline fire is described as unusual for this time of year in Utah, namely because of the timing and location.
9 months ago

As nation sets national gas price record, Utahns ponder summer plans

Some Utahns are reconsidering their travel plans in wake of the gas price record.
9 months ago

Lifeguard shortage could limit pool hours, delay openings

A lifeguard shortage could mean shorter hours this summer at Salt Lake County indoor and outdoor pools.
9 months ago

Utah’s largest water district says there’s enough water — for now

The managers of Utah's largest water system are saying there's enough water in the Central Utah Water Conservancy District for now.
9 months ago

KSL NewsRadio preparing for 100 year celebration

Go over the long history of radio in Utah as KSL NewsRadio prepares to celebrate 100 years
10 months ago

Community works to rally around teens killed in rollover

River Manning and his cousin Gage Manning died in a rollover accident on East Promontory Road Friday night.
10 months ago

Utah missing girl’s case highlights new concerns over virtual world apps

As technology changes causing virtual world apps to tchange, they're becoming more anonymous and increasing the risks to children.
11 months ago

Utah doctors report increasing COVID-19 cases, strained ICUs, staff leaving

Utah doctors dealing with COVID-19 say they're seeing an increase in cases despite national numbers trending downward.
1 year ago

Gov. Cox: It’s time to bring COVID-19 vaccines ‘to the people’

Utah's governor announced efforts Thursday to take the COVID-19 vaccines "to the people," including a mobile vaccination clinic.
2 years ago

Pediatricians welcome Pfizer news on COVID-19 vaccine for children

Pfizer and BioNTech announced their COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective for children, ages 12-t0-15. 
2 years ago

Extra doses bring long line to get vaccinated, says Salt Lake County

People, many over age 70,  said they waited in long lines up to three hours to go through the COVID-19 vaccination process in Sandy Saturday.
2 years ago

Neighborhoods, cemeteries feel impact of hurricane force winds on old-growth trees

One impact of the damaging wind that blew through Utah today was downed old-growth trees in cemeteries.
2 years ago

Nearly 1 in 4 Utahns hospitalized with COVID-19 has diabetes

New numbers from Utah Department of Health show nearly one in every four people hospitalized for COVID-19 in Utah also has diabetes. 
3 years ago

Amber Alert is canceled after police take birth mother into custody

Early Sunday morning, police issued an Amber Alert for an abducted child whose birth mother was the suspect in the abduction.
3 years ago

Church leader calls for 2nd worldwide fast for COVID relief, unveils new symbol

The President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is calling for a second worldwide fast of both members of the church and those not of the faith to be held on Good Friday, for relief from the COVID-19 VIRUS.
3 years ago

NCAA tournament cancellation is a heart-breaker for BYU Cougars

The NCAA announced its canceling the Men's and Women's basketball tournament due to concerns over COVID-19.
3 years ago

Coronavirus precautions prompt closure of 2 temples, curtail Church missionary efforts

In a statement, the Church said missionaries recently moved out of China, Hong Kong, are near the end of isolation, and will be temporarily reassigned.
3 years ago

UPDATE: Body found in Tooele freezer identified

Detectives checking the welfare of an elderly woman on Friday,  found a man's body in a chest-freezer inside the apartment.
3 years ago

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announces changes to youth organizations

More details related to the Young Women's program are expected to be discussed in the General Women's session of the conference, which will be held Saturday evening.
3 years ago

Herriman girl found unresponsive in bath tub has died

HERRIMAN —  Police on Saturday confirmed that a 10-year old girl, whose mother said she found unresponsive in the bathtub of her home has died. Police on Thursday were called to a home near 12500 South and Moonlight Hill Court shortly after 11:00 A.M. The girl’s mother told police the child had not been feeling well. […]
3 years ago

Fire forces evacuation of Layton homes

A fast-moving fire, visible from many areas in Davis County, spread across the hillside east of Layton late Monday night, forcing the evacuation of 125 homes. Layton City Fire says that, as of now, there is no immediate threat to those homes but they are concerned about a possible shift in the winds.
3 years ago

Mental Health focus goes into full swing in three Utah districts

A program known as AWARE, "Advancing Wellness and Resilience in Education," will enter its first full school-year in the Cache, Alpine and Jordan school districts. The program sets aside more than $8 million over the next five years to help teachers and others find students who are struggling and get them help.
4 years ago