Mark Jackson

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Mark Jackson is a transplanted southerner, love sports, music, the beach, and travel. You can contact Mark at mjackson@ksl.com.

Federal, state authorities warn of return of missed jury duty, outstanding warrant scam

Officials are warning Utahns -- and those is surrounding states -- about a missed jury or warrant scam that aims to get money out of victims.
2 days ago

Utah is 22nd in the nation for cybercrimes, 10th for most money lost by victims

A national survey of over 1.000 showed that over half of Utah residents have been a victim of some kind of cybercrime.
18 days ago

Accident in Tremonton claims one life, injures six others

A Tremonton car accident left one woman dead and injured four children, one of whom was a 3-year-old left in serious condition.
24 days ago

Utah among states struggling the most with worker shortages

Utah is one of 14 states suffering worker shortages, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
1 month ago

Job fairs aim to fill vacancies at local post office locations

Post offices around the state are hiring. Over 300 positions are available. including carriers, handlers and clerks.
1 month ago

U of U study shows potential racial disparities in IMRT cancer treatment

The study found that the disparity in IMRT treatment may come from slower authorization from patients' insurance agencies.
2 months ago

Most Murray City school students start back on Monday

Murray City schools are back in session tomorrow for most district students. Students in first through 6th grades, and 8th and 12th graders will report on Monday.
2 months ago

One dead in early Saturday crash on I-80

One person is dead following a fatal crash Saturday morning. Utah High Patrol says they got a call about 3:36 a.m. Saturday, August 13, 2022 of a crash that involved a Genesis passenger car and a pick-up truck.
2 months ago

Evacuations for areas in the Jacob City Fire burn scar lifted early Sunday

A flash flood warning was issued Friday evening for Salt Lake County, according to the National Weather Service out of Salt Lake City.
2 months ago

Utah reaction to the FBI search of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate

The FBI search on former president Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home is prompting a lot of reaction. Two experts provide a local take.
2 months ago

FBI executes search warrant at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago, former President says

A search was executed Monday by the FBI on former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort.
2 months ago

Despite recent storm, meteorologist says not to expect above-average rain this month

Utah saw record-breaking heat in the month of July. KSL meteorologists break down what the month of August will look like.
2 months ago

Record heat bakes the Salt Lake Valley; heat record tied

Several heat records have been broken or at least tied as July brought in 100-degree days. KSL Meteorologist Kevin Eubank says this is a big deal.
2 months ago

New poll says 1 in 3 people overspend on travel reward cards

Those announcements on airplanes about buying a travel credit card? It looks like many Americans get them, and then go into debt.
2 months ago

Department of Public Safety says its seen an uptick in threats made, especially against officials

The Utah Department of Public Safety said the number of threats it investigates has increased from 2019 to 2020, with many of those being made toward lawmakers.
2 months ago

Fire officials say Jacob City Fire will cost $5.2 million

The Jacob City Fire will cost $5.2 million -- a price doesn't include follow-up work. The cost will be shared between federal and state agencies
2 months ago

Grants approved to help Utah law enforcement buy a home

A new grant program hopes to bring relief to some Utah police officers looking to purchase a home this year.
3 months ago

Family of Zane James speaks out after settlement reached with Cottonwood Heights

The family of Zane James, who died after a police altercation in 2018, reached a settlement with the city of Cottonwood Heights over the death.
3 months ago

Fireworks and some open flames are now banned in Park City

Just before the holiday weekend, Park City has banned fireworks and non-permitted open flames due to extreme drought conditions and fire risk.
3 months ago

This is the Place Heritage Park to unveil monuments for early Black pioneers

This is the Place Heritage Park will unveil a monument dedicated to early Black pioneers on July 22, just in time for Pioneer Day.
3 months ago

Washington County Sheriff’s Office makes drug bust during traffic stop

The Washington County Sheriff's Office said one of its deputies kicked off the drug bust by making a traffic stop on I-15.
3 months ago

Downtown South Temple Tower gets first-ever office tower to residential transformation

The South Temple Tower will become a multifamily tower and will feature studios and one-and-two bedroom units.
4 months ago

Women’s football team Utah Falconz heads to national championship

Utah's semi-pro tackle women's football team, the Utah Falconz, will head to Texas on June 26 to face off against the Texas Elite Spartans.
4 months ago

Salt Lake Police search for F-150 driver involved in fatal hit-and-run crash

SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake City Police Department is searching for an alleged hit-and-run driver who they say fled the scene of a crash that claimed the life of a 28-year-old man trapped inside his car at the intersection of Redwood Rd. and California Ave. A press release states the investigation began around […]
4 months ago