Randall Jeppesen

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Randall Jeppesen is an executive producer for KSL NewsRadio and Utah's Morning News. You can reach him at rjeppesen@ksl.com.

Utah employment sees an increase in January

Utah’s non-farm payroll employment for January 2024 increased an estimated 1.9% across the past 12 months, with the state’s economy adding a cumulative 32,100 jobs since January 2023.
3 months ago

Thirteen avalanches reported in Utah’s backcountry this weekend

There were multiple avalanches over the weekend in Utah's backcountry, none of them fatal, however. And the danger for more remains.
1 year ago

Provo Canyon overpass closed temporarily due to rock fall

UDOT is keeping one part of Provo Canyon closed until specialty screws can clean up debris on the road. But, the weather makes cleanup tricky.
1 year ago

Girls’ tackle football lawsuit reinstated

Several girls filed a lawsuit in 2017 to get three Utah school districts to create tackle football teams for girls.
1 year ago

Utah Jazz and Apple have brief hashtag overlap

Apple CEO Tim Cook used the hashtag "Take Note" during a product unveiling on Tuesday, but the hashtag has primarily been used by the Utah Jazz.
2 years ago

Suspect in Heber murder found dead, police say

A man suspected of committing a Heber murder last month was just found dead in Oregon. The medical examiner will confirm his cause of death.
2 years ago

Primary Children’s Hospital plea to parents: take COVID-19 seriously

COVID patients at Primary Children’s, some of whom are in intense pain, are isolated to keep cancer patients and other children in the hospital safe. 
3 years ago

The most common, and not so common items left behind in Uber rides

Not surprising, cell phones topped the list of items left behind on Uber rides, followed by wallets, purses, headphones, clothing and glasses. 
3 years ago

BYU football coach Kalani Sitake excited for Zach Wilson and other players at NFL draft

BYU head football coach Kalani Sitake said the atmosphere in Cleveland, Ohio over the past day has been “crazy” as he attends his first NFL draft. 
3 years ago

The differences in fighting terror in Europe and the U.S.

SALT LAKE CITY – ABC News crime and terrorism expert Brad Garrett joined Brian and Amanda on Utah’s Morning News to talk about the differences law enforcement officials face when fighting terrorism in the U.S. as compared to Europe. “England has, as a whole a version of the FBI. But Europe does not have a […]
7 years ago

What can be done to protect “soft targets” from attacks like the one in Manchester

SALT LAKE CITY — Can anything be done to protect crowds or other “soft targets” from attacks similar to what happened in Manchester?  ABC News crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett joined Brian and Amanda on Utah’s Morning News to look at what is being done, and the key to preventing future attacks. “Terrorists have […]
7 years ago

The impact of President Trump’s speech in Saudi Arabia

Salt Lake City — President Trump is in Israel today after spending time in Saudi Arabia where he gave a speech saying the US is not at war with Islam. University of Utah Law Professor and Middle Eastern expert Amos Guiora joined Brian and Amanda on Utah’s Morning News to go over the President’s speech. […]
7 years ago

President Trump off on his first international trip as commander-in-chief

SALT LAKE CITY — President Donald Trump is heading off on his first foreign trip as the commander-in-chief, and he will first be heading to the Middle East where he will give a speech in Saudi Arabia. University of Utah Law Professor of Middle Eastern Studies Amos Guiora joined Brian and Amanda on Utah’s Morning […]
7 years ago

How to avoid airline fees this summer

Salt Lake City – Rick Seaney, the CEO of FareCompare.com, joined Brian and Amanda on Utah’s Morning News to talk about the five worst airline fees, and how to avoid them.   Those extra costs include a variety of taxes that get tacked onto the ticket price, change fees, baggage fees, and more.  During the […]
7 years ago