Mariah Maynes


Mariah Maynes is a digital content producer at KSL Newsradio.

Utah Jazz owner hypes potential “sports-centered” downtown Salt Lake

Ryan Smith, the owner of the Utah Jazz, is hyping up the possibility of bringing more professional sports teams to Utah. 
15 hours ago

No one-size-fits-all solution to help those experiencing homelessness, expert says

Those experiencing homelessness in Utah often are presented with similar options, regardless of their situation. 
1 day ago

Soldier Hollow Nordic Center adopts renewable energy

Soldier Hollow Nordic Center's Clear Peaks Program is expected to provide 100% of the Nordic Center's energy needs.
5 days ago

Red Butte Garden announces new speaker series

Red Butte Garden announced a new speaker series called Cultivating Wisdom and Wonder on Wednesday. 
6 days ago

SLCPD finds missing Tooele woman dead

Tooele Police Department said that Salt Lake City Police Department found Karen Crawford, a missing Tooele woman, dead on Tuesday.
7 days ago

Save People Save Wildlife urges creation of wildlife passageway on SR 224

Save People Save Wildlife has urged Park City's council to add a wildlife passageway on S.R. 224 to its 2024 strategic plan. The organization presented its case to the council on February 15. 
8 days ago

Can sour candy ease anxiety and panic attacks?

Experts say a TikTok trend where people suck on sour candy to ease anxiety or panic attacks, can work.  
9 days ago

Policy brief shows higher education benefits for individuals, communities

According to the University of Utah's Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, economic data shows that the completion of higher education benefits individuals and their communities. 
13 days ago

Utah Red Cross encourages CPR training this Valentine’s Day

The American Red Cross of Utah has invited community members to take part in CPR training this Valentine's Day. 
14 days ago

SLC announces grant to help businesses adopt solar power

Salt Lake City Sustainability Department has partnered with Utah Clean Energy to help locally-owned businesses install solar power in their buildings.
14 days ago

UHP trooper injured while deploying tire spikes

Sgt. Cam Roden of UHP said that a trooper was injured as law enforcement was working to deploy tire spikes.
15 days ago

Man dies as a result of injures from skiing off cliff outside Snowbasin

The skier was in the Mt. Ogden Bowl which features access to extreme cliffs, according to local officials.
15 days ago

One injured in skier-triggered avalanche in Little Cottonwood Canyon

A skier-triggered avalanche injured one skier in Little Cottonwood Canyon on Sunday. 
16 days ago

African lion at Hogle Zoo makes Super Bowl prediction

Vulcan, a 12-year-old African lion at the Hogle Zoo, gave his Super Bowl prediction on Thursday morning.
20 days ago

Utah Cutthroat Slam funds three conservation projects

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has announced three conservation projects for Utah's native cutthroat trout population. They were all funded by the Utah Cutthroat Slam.
21 days ago

Attorneys for Ralph Menzies file opposition of execution

Ralph Menzies' attorneys have filed an opposition to the Utah Attorney General's request for an execution warrant. 
21 days ago

Proposed bill aims to change Utah solar policy

Sen. Wayne Harper has sponsored a bill that updates solar policy in Utah. SB189 would raise and simplify energy bill credits for energy generated by solar power. 
21 days ago

Utah Komodo dragon gives Super Bowl prediction

Aquarium keepers placed two papier-mâché footballs in the lizard's habitat, each decorated with the logo of the Chiefs or the 49ers.
22 days ago

Utah Cultural Celebration Center gallery to be named after Spanish artist Pilar Pobil

The Pilar Pobil Legacy Foundation announced that it has secured naming rights to the art gallery inside of the Utah Cultural Celebration Center. 
22 days ago

92-year-old Dwan Jacobsen Young named the world’s oldest female waterskier

Dwan Jacobsen-Young was named the world's oldest female waterskier by Guinness World Records. She got her start on the snow!
22 days ago

Delta Chamber of Commerce to host Snow Goose Festival

Those attending the Snow Goose Festival this year can expect to see as many as 20 thousand of the animals.
26 days ago

Medical debt affects over 100 million Americans, here’s how to manage it

According to the White House, 100 million Americans have medical debt. Shane Stewart, a DMBA Certified financial planner, gave some advice for managing medical debt on KSL NewsRadio's Dave & Dujanovic. 
27 days ago

Utah vs. TikTok: What comes next?

In the Utah vs TikTok filing, the state accuses the platform of designing its interface to harm young users, among other allegations. 
29 days ago

One charged in Midvale massage parlor murder

Steven Chance Brinkerhoff has been charged with a first-degree felony in the January 4 murder of a Midvale massage parlor employee. 
29 days ago