Marc Giauque

Marc Giauque

Website: http://www.ksl.com

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 mgiauque@ksl.com.

Snowstorm hits from Wasatch Front to Washington Co.

A slow-moving snowstorm has been snarling traffic, taking down power lines and canceling events throughout the state of Utah.
3 years ago

Chief: slain officer represented the best of Provo

"Officer Shinners represents every one of us," said Giles.  "Today, a little piece of that peace and freedom is eroded away."
3 years ago

South Salt Lake police officer killed in line of duty

For the first time in South Salt Lake City's history, a police officer has been killed in the line of duty. David Romrell, 31, was killed Sunday morning.
3 years ago

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints asks people to drop “Mormon,” “LDS”

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints today sent out a message, asking members, the media and others to drop terms like "Mormon" and "LDS" when referring to the Church.
3 years ago

LDS Church transfers missionaries out of Nicaragua

The LDS Church announced Tuesday it is transferring just under half of its missionaries serving in Nicaragua. 
4 years ago

Police seek suspects in Walmart armed robbery

Police are looking for two men who pulled off an armed robbery at a Walmart store.
4 years ago

SLCC “Distinguished Graduate” was once homeless

SALT LAKE CITY — It was not the kind of  life Aaron Hornok had envisioned.  With a degree in Economics from the University of Utah, and a back-ground in the Air Force, Hornock thought he’d be able to find good work.  Just before the recession hit, Hornok realized he would not be able to afford […]
4 years ago

President Thomas S. Monson remembered for life of service

SALT LAKE CITY — President Thomas S. Monson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has died at the age of 90. The LDS Church confirms its 16th prophet was surrounded by friends and family when he passed peacefully Tuesday night. He is being remembered as a man of service, an inspirational story-teller, […]
4 years ago

Utah firefighters deploying to aid in fighting Southern California wildfires

SALT LAKE CITY — Some Utahans are on the way, and others are preparing to travel to Southern California, to aid in fighting the wildfires that have been devastating parts of the landscape there. Four firefighters and one engine from Utah County Fire left this morning and could be in the area for two weeks.  […]
4 years ago

Trump, others say monument modification restores voice to Utahns

SALT LAKE CITY — One recurring theme echoed from the pulpit in the rotunda of the Utah State Capitol on Monday, Utahns voices are being heard over the designation of the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monuments. As protesters gathered outside, Utah Senator Orrin Hatch, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, San Juan County Commissioner […]
4 years ago

LDS Church “Light the World” effort to feature donation vending machines

SALT LAKE CITY — Scan a card in Salt Lake City, send a goat to a needy family on the other side of the world. That’s one of the options people who use one of three vending machines downtown can choose.  The machines were set up by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints […]
4 years ago

Honor Flight of Vietnam vets from Utah to take part in National Archives event

The war in Vietnam was one with concentric casualties, leaving more than 58,000 American soldiers dead, and scores more fighting personal battles even decades after they returned. This week as President Trump visits Vietnam in an effort to strengthen relations between the two countries, in Washington DC, they’ll open up a new exhibit at the […]
4 years ago

Utahns join nationwide push to have secretive WWII unit recognized with Congressional Gold Medal

They were among the most secretive of units to serve in Europe during World War II.  Now, descendants of soldiers who served in what’s known as the Ghost Army, are pushing to have them recognized before it’s too late.  And a Salt Lake City man, Stanley Nance, 99,  is among the few of the original […]
4 years ago

Police release video, photo in search for assault suspect

(SANDY) — Police on Tuesday released video and a photo of a man they say took part in an armed kidnapping, assault and attempted robbery.  It happened on Oct. 10th, near 652 E. 9400 S. Police claim 18-year old Eduardo Michael Miranda-Carmona put together a plan to kidnap the 39-year old victim, who was his […]
4 years ago

Arrest of ER nurse prompts new police policy

(SALT LAKE CITY) — Salt Lake City police today unveiled a new policy they hope will help officers and hospital staff avoid problems, like the much publicized arrest of a University of Utah emergency room nurse, who refused to allow a blood draw on an unconscious patient. Police Chief Mike Brown said the policy does […]
4 years ago

Boy Scouts to open ranks to girls

SALT LAKE CITY — The Boy Scouts of America is opening its ranks up to girls. The National Board of the Boy Scouts of America voted unanimously to make the change. In a statement, Chief Scout Executive Michael Surbaugh said, “This decision is true to the BSA’s mission and core values outlined in the Scout […]
4 years ago

Elder Robert D. Hales remembered as man of courage, tenacity, devotion

SALT LAKE CITY — Hundreds gathered today in the Salt Lake, LDS Tabernacle to honor Elder Robert D. Hales, a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Quorum of the 12 apostles who died on Sunday. “In his 42 1/2 years as a general authority, he has participated in nearly every counsel […]
4 years ago

Utah, six other states sign electric vehicle corridor agreement

Utah joined six other states today in formalizing an agreement on establishing an electric vehicle corridor, along some 5,000 miles of freeway. Governor Gary Herbert signed the agreement while at a meeting of the National Governor’s association. The agreement is set up to help states work together on standards, location and other infrastructure related to […]
4 years ago

SL police say shooting followed dynamic, violent encounter

(SALT LAKE CITY) — Police say an officer-involved shooting that left one man dead and two officers injured began with the report of an assault.  Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown today said the officers involved, have now been released from the hospital and one is on paid administrative leave. Brown said it began […]
4 years ago

Police search for violent, possible serial bank robbery suspect

(TAYLORSVILLE) – Police are looking for a man who fired a shot as he entered a credit union this morning. Unified Police Lt. Brian Lohrke said the man demanded everyone get down on the floor, then demanded money. “Very lucky no injuries on this,” Lorhke said. “Very shaken tellers and customers inside the store.” The […]
4 years ago

Harvey responders from Utah receive thanks, recall Katrina

HOUSTON — As they worked to help more people get out of their water-logged homes, members of Utah’s Task Force One received thanks from members of the community. A resident bought them snacks at a convenience store southwest of Houston, telling KSL Television he simply wanted to let responders know how much he appreciated them. […]
4 years ago

Shelters swell as water-logged Houston deals with aftermath of Harvey

HOUSTON — Days that feel like weeks. That’s how some people describe their experience in and around Houston as water continues to chase some people out of their homes.  Even though blue skies greeted people Wednesday morning, some new areas were under evacuation due to emergency releases from reservoirs south and west of Houston. Late […]
4 years ago

Evacuees seek shelter in Texas

DALLAS — As more Utahns make their way to Texas to help with relief and recovery from Hurricane Harvey, many evacuees are being brought to places like the Dallas Convention Center, which has set up a shelter ready to accommodate up to 5,000 people. Last night, more than 210 people were brought by bus to […]
4 years ago

UDOT offering buses to students affected by Bangerter construction

More than 300 students who relied on a pedestrian bridge over Bangerter Highway to get too and from school, are now getting a lift from UDOT.   They’re funding buses to help get the students at Oquirrh Elementary across the busy highway. A new pedestrian bridge was supposed to have been completed before the start […]
4 years ago