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Saige Miller is a proud University of Utah graduate and a digital content producer at KSL NewsRadio. Contact her at smiller@ksl.com.

Concrete spill in Mill Creek Stream kills many fish, could cause skin irritations from high pH levels

Utah officials are warning residents and pets to avoid Mill Creek Stream due to increased PH levels following a concrete spill.
10 months ago

DOJ advises Biden administration to hand over Trump tax returns to Congress

The Justice Department told the Treasury Department it "must" turn over former President Donald Trump's tax returns to the House Ways and Means Committee.
10 months ago

‘Another step in the wrong direction,’ says Cox in response to Utah reporting over 1k new cases of COVID-19 Thursday

Utah Governor Spencer Cox is calling the 1,113 new cases of COVID-19 reported by the Utah Department of Health Thursday "another step in the wrong direction." 
10 months ago

Racist remarks of rioters takes center stage in Jan. 6 hearing

Scores of rioters attacked police officers not just with makeshift weapons, stun guns and fists, but with racist slurs and accusations of treason.
10 months ago

Google will require vaccinations for employees returning to the office

Google on Wednesday became one of the first major Silicon Valley firms to say it will require employees to be vaccinated when they return to the company's campuses.
10 months ago

Weather advisory, flash flood warnings issued for parts of northern Utah

Thunderstorms looming over parts of northern Utah are prompting the National Weather Service to issue a slew of weather advisories. 
10 months ago

CDC updates guidance, recommends vaccinated people wear masks indoors in certain areas

The CDC updated its mask guidance to recommend that fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors when in areas with "substantial" and "high" transmission of COVID-19.
10 months ago

Police investigating deadly hit-and-run crash in Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City police are investigating a fatal hit-and-run crash that claimed the life of one person on Monday morning. 
10 months ago

Prosecutor rules shooting of man in police custody was justified

Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill ruled Thursday the fatal shooting of a man who was in West Valley Police custody is justified. 
10 months ago

Infrastructure bill fails first vote; Senate to try again

Senate Republicans rejected an effort Wednesday to begin debate on the big infrastructure bill a bipartisan group of senators brokered with President Joe Biden.
10 months ago

Utah surpasses 800 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, UDOH urges residents to get vaccinated

SALT LAKE CITY– More than 800 Utahns have tested positive for COVID-19 Wednesday, as the Utah Department of Health reports the majority of virus-related hospitalizations are among unvaccinated residents.  “Nearly all COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths are now among those who have chosen to not get vaccinated,” UDOH said in a statement.  The department reported […]
10 months ago

Heavy rain slams Cedar City, causing flash flooding throughout the area

Within a four-hour period, more than two inches of rain covered Cedar City, causing flash flooding and leaving damage behind in its wake.
10 months ago

Garland bars prosecutors from seizing reporters’ records

Attorney General Merrick Garland formally prohibited federal prosecutors from seizing the records of journalists in leak investigations.
10 months ago

Justice Dept. watchdog: FBI seriously mishandled Nassar case

The Justice Department's inspector general said the FBI made many mistakes when investigating former USA Gymnastics national team doctor Larry Nassar for allegations of sexual abuse.
10 months ago

‘We screwed up.’ Governor Cox retracts his Utah vaccination rates claim that 70% of eligible Utahns are vaccinated

Governor Cox celebrated 70% COVID-19 Utah vaccination rates. The state is retracting the statement due to a data reporting error. 
10 months ago

2 charged in mysterious killing of Millcreek woman last year

MILLCREEK — Jessica Nemelka is thankful she now has answers to what happened to her mother. But news on Wednesday that two people have been charged in connection with the mysterious death the Millcreek mother of five, who was found shot to death in her car in a driveway, is only one step toward closure. “I think […]
10 months ago

Drowning at apartment pool in Salt Lake City, victim 71-year-old woman

Other swimmers reported the drowning at an apartment pool Tuesday evening. Salt Lake police said the victim was at the pool alone.
10 months ago

Trump announces lawsuits against Facebook, Twitter and Google

Former President Donald Trump announced Wednesday he is filing lawsuits against three of the country's biggest tech companies: Facebook, Twitter and Google.
10 months ago

Hyde Park residents frustrated to learn they could run out of water

Hyde Park residents vented about the news on social media, wondering why they weren't told much sooner about the water supply concerns.
11 months ago

House approves select committee to investigate Jan. 6 attack on US Capitol

House approves select committee to investigate Jan. 6 attack on US Capitol, with nearly all Republicans voting against.
11 months ago

Family: Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld dies at 88

Donald Rumsfeld, the two-time defense secretary, and one-time presidential candidate has died at 88.
11 months ago

Why an LA Times reporter published a profile on Utah’s governor

The author of the article, Mark Z. Barabak, joined Boyd Matheson to discuss why the LA Times did a profile on the governor of Utah. 
11 months ago

Robinhood to pay $70 million to settle FINRA accusations

Robinhood Financial will pay a $57 million fine and return another $12.6 million to thousands of its customers to settle accusations.
11 months ago

Why Donovan Mitchell says he wants to talk to Utah lawmakers

Advocates are praising Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell's announcement that he wants to speak to Utah lawmakers about critical race theory.
11 months ago