Paul Nelson

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Paul Nelson is a reporter and anchor at KSL NewsRadio. Contact him at pnelson@ksl.com.

Assisted living center shut down for ‘deplorable’ and ‘filthy’ living conditions

Investigators say conditions were so bad at Evergreen Place in Midvale, they’re considering criminal charges when the investigation is over.
8 months ago

Bill aimed to ‘save’ Great Salt Lake to be introduced this legislative session

On Utah's Capitol Hill, a bill is being drafted that would put more water into the Great Salt Lake. However, it could impact water bills in some areas.
8 months ago

Inland Port Authority brainstorms solutions to supply chain problems

The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed how international shipping companies do business, and American companies need to make supply chain adjustments.
8 months ago

SLC students appear to keep masks on, despite mandate being rescinded

Students in Salt Lake City continued to wear masks Monday, despite a mask mandate no longer in effect.
8 months ago

UDOH is changing prioritization process for COVID-19 symptom treatments

The Utah Department of Health is making big changes to determine who first gets certain treatments for COVID-19 symptoms.
9 months ago

Disability assistance workers in Utah, and the disabled, suffering from lack of funding

Advocates for the disabled in Utah say a lack of state funding is badly impacting people in need. And long-term care centers can’t find enough people to fill the jobs. 
9 months ago

Bill would create exemptions under stalking laws, concerns raised

Relaxing stalking laws is a bill that is being discussed on Capitol Hill.
9 months ago

Tonga tsunami: Those in Utah feel ‘helpless’ as they wait for word on family

The Tonga tsunami has Tongans in Utah feeling 'helpless' as they wait for word from family members.
9 months ago

Bill aims to protect healthcare workers from violent patients

One of the bills up for discussion at the 2022 Utah legislative session is one that would penalties on violent patients assaulting healthcare workers.
9 months ago

Police believe they’ve found murder weapon and pinpoint suspect in double homicide near Hunter High

Police are still investigating, but believe they found the weapon and the suspect of Thursday's shooting near Hunter High.
9 months ago

Davis School District apologizes, calls letter sent to parents about COVID-positive students ‘a mistake’

Davis School District is apologizing for a email sent by mistake, allowing students with COVID to attend class.
9 months ago

Jewish leaders praise Entrata for building bridges after company founder sends anti-Semitic email

Tech company Entrata has reached out to the Jewish Community to repair damage done by its founder.
9 months ago

Health officials tell Utahns to prepare for long lines at COVID-19 testing sites

Utah residents should expect to spend some time in line at COVID-19 testing sites, officials say.
9 months ago

Could Utah’s Omicron peak happen soon? Doctors say it’s possible

Doctors say it's possible the Omicron peak in Utah could happen soon, but booster shots are needed.
9 months ago

Salt Lake County Mayor blasts Gov. Cox’s decision on masks in state-run buildings

Salt Lake County mayor responded with harsh words to Governor Cox after the state decided it won't require masks be worn in state-run buildings.
9 months ago

Park City High School starts ‘test to stay’ protocol for COVID-19, other schools likely to follow

The 'test to stay' protocol is now being enforced at Park City High School after a high number of COVD-19 cases.
9 months ago

Utah children and COVID: four have died, child vaccinations are above average

The number of Utah children that died of COVID-19 is low, health officials fear that may lull parents into false security.
9 months ago

New Real Salt Lake owners excited for the team’s future, MLS officials say partnership is ‘the perfect fit’

In their first address to the media, the new Real Salt Lake owners shared their vision for the club and their new stewardship. 
9 months ago

Summit aims to save ‘ailing’ Great Salt Lake, protect economy

Speakers at the summit warned that continuing changes to the Great Salt Lake would negatively impact health and the economy.
9 months ago

Daycare enrollment dropping due to COVID, some centers struggle to stay open

COVID-19 is causing daycare enrollment to drop, some centers are struggling to stay open.
9 months ago

Entrata co-founder resigns after sending anti-Semitic email, sparking massive backlash

Utah businessman David Bateman resigned from his position following an anti-Semitic email he sent to business leaders and elected officials around Utah.
9 months ago

Jordan School District regrets bus driver shortage that caused delays

Jordan School District is dealing with a bus driver shortage that created for a short delay on Monday.
9 months ago

‘Moment of Loudness’ tribute for Lowe and Jordan will happen during Rose Bowl

PASADENA, CA – It’s known as the “Moment of Loudness,” and it has become a regular feature of University of Utah football games as a tribute to Ty Jordan and Aaron Lowe.  School officials are confirming the tradition will continue during the second half of Saturday’s Rose Bowl. KSL Sports Utes Insider Trevor Allen has […]
9 months ago