Simone Seikaly

Website: http://www.kslnewsradio.com

Simone Seikaly is a veteran reporter, anchor and producer at KSL NewsRadio, but these days, she's best known as a digital content producer. Contact her at sseikaly@ksl.com.

Judge grants “no cameras/photos in courtroom” request by Daybell lawyers

In the order prohibiting cameras, Judge Boyce agreed that the case had received significant and worldwide media attention.
3 days ago

Long backups after chain-reaction crash on WB I-80 in Wyoming

One semi-truck driver was injured and other trucks were involved in chain-reaction crashes leading to 9 miles of backups.
5 days ago

Threat of severe weather moves into Utah, watch issued through 8 p.m.

The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for portions of Utah and Wyoming.
5 days ago

Fed raises interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage point

The Federal Reserve made history Wednesday, approving a third consecutive 75-basis-point hike in an aggressive move to tackle inflation.
5 days ago

Counselors on hand at Layton High after off-campus stabbing

The 15-year-old stabbing victim and the 16-year-old suspect are students at Layton High School. The fight took place off campus.
5 days ago

BYU researchers learn importance of tracking, in fitness and other goals

BYU researchers found that tracking an activity helps to increase (or decrease) that activity.
6 days ago

Layton High student stabbed with pruning shears during fight, hospitalized

Police said the fight took place at Layton Commons Park across the street from Layton High.
6 days ago

WSU professor: Commonwealth future could change, but not quickly

"There is the sense that (the Queen's) death creates new opportunity," said Weber State professor Janicke Stramer-Smith on the future of the commonwealth.
7 days ago

Pro-Life Utah responds to latest abortion questions in Utah

The Pro-Life Utah advocacy group said they stand behind Utah lawmakers who claim that most abortion services in Utah are currently outlawed.
10 days ago

Passenger in Uber crash identified, SLC Police take over investigation

Police said an Uber driver was speeding before the crash near 700 S. and West Temple in downtown Salt Lake City on Wednesday.
10 days ago

Discolored water in Pleasant Grove? The city says it’s safe to use.

Pleasant Grove officials said they checked the water supply overnight and found no contaminants. They recommend running a tap for three minutes.
11 days ago

Sen. Lee calls for immediate release of jailed Navy Lt. Ridge Alkonis

Lee joined Alkonis' friends and family at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, just days after a demonstration at the Utah Capitol.
12 days ago

Church gives $32 million to World Food Programme

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints called the donation the largest one-time contribution to a humanitarian organization that it has ever made.
12 days ago

Jackknifed semi closes ramps from I-215 to I-80, wet roads are blamed

A semi-truck on northbound I-215 West jackknifed when the driver attempted to take the ramp to westbound I-80.
12 days ago

UPDATE: Unified police say endangered teen missing from Millcreek area, found safe

Kohel Robison was last seen near 900 E. 4000 S. in Millcreek. He has been missing since 5 p.m. on Monday night, Sept. 12.
12 days ago

Utah drivers rank high in “Safest States in America” study

The Beehive State was among the highest-ranking states in an overall safety assessment conducted by marketing firm Top Agency.
13 days ago

Queen Elizabeth’s coffin has arrived at Buckingham Palace

The Queen's family received the coffin on its arrival at the palace, where it will rest in the Bow Room overnight.
13 days ago

Layton police report two attempted child abductions

In both abduction attempts in Layton, young children were approached by strangers - once on So. Kimball Drive and once on No. Church Street.
17 days ago

Portions of U.S. 89 in Davis County will be closed beginning Sunday night

UDOT will close both directions of U.S. 89 in Davis County between Oak Hills Drive in Layton and 400 North in Fruit Heights.
17 days ago

Don’t dump unwanted fish into ponds, streams or lakes say Utah officials

unwanted fish left in ponds and lakes can prey on and outcompete native species, including endangered fish. And they can introduce disease.
18 days ago

Accident kills 6-year-old, GoFundMe set up for the family

The westbound lanes of I-215 South were closed at Ft. Union Blvd. on Thursday afternoon after an injury crash involving multiple vehicles.
18 days ago

Utah leaders react to the death of Queen Elizabeth II

Utah leaders are adding their voices to those across the world who are noting the death of Queen Elizabeth II at the age of 96.
18 days ago

Cooler temperatures are on the way Utah, but get used to the heat domes

The Utah heat dome has led to record-breaking temperatures for a week and is expected to dissipate by the weekend.
19 days ago

In Utah, more women are likely to attempt suicide than men

Utah women have specific risk factors for suicide, including domestic violence, religious dissonance, opioid and substance use, and LGBTQ+ identies.
19 days ago