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Peter Samore

Peter Samore
Peter Samore has been a multimedia journalist at KSL Newsradio since July of 2011, and has covered a multitude of stories inside and outside of Utah. Peter also reports for KSL Television, KSL.com and the Deseret News.
  • Health

    Woods Cross mayor promises help for homeowners in sewage flood

    WOODS CROSS – Good news and bad news from a Woods Cross city council meeting, where residents demanded reimbursement for the city’s water main break that ruined their homes. Residents were threatening to sue. “You guys have no liability for the city itself, other than the fact that the insurance company says no?” Mayor Rick […]
  • United States

    Local pastor recalls standing next to “greatness” of MLK

    SALT LAKE CITY – A local pastor has fond remembrances of Doctor Martin Luther King on the fiftieth anniversary of his assassination. Pastor France Davis stood “in the presence of greatness” in 1963’s “March on Washington” and Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. “To participate was to be in the most positive, non-violent […]
  • Health

    Two dead in Salt Lake County from hepatitis A outbreak

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake County Health Department has confirmed two deaths connected to an ongoing outbreak of hepatitis A. The first death occurred in January, while the second happened in late March. A statement from the health department explains additional tests were needed to determine a cause of death in the first […]
  • shutdown

    Angry public input stops entrance fee hikes at national parks

    Angry public feedback has forced the Interior Department to scale back its plans to raise fees in national parks. The public comments read anything from, "It's about time rates went up," to "I would not… repeat not take my family on this trip."
  • Government

    Woods Cross residents plan to sue city for sewage flood damage

    Angry homeowners plan to flood Tuesday night’s Woods Cross city council meeting, more than a month after raw sewage flooded their homes.
  • Faith

    Layton residents welcome, but surprised by, forthcoming LDS temple

    LAYTON – Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Layton had no idea their church was planning to build a new temple for them in their city. Jennifer Bailey is thrilled. “Just having a temple within 10 or 15 minutes of us makes us feel like we’re spoiled,” she said. Rebecca […]