Tom Haraldsen

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Tom Haraldsen is a former associate producer for KSL NewsRadio.

Hazy air arrived in Utah Wednesday, won’t be here long

Smoke from wildfires in the Pacific Northwest arrived in northern Utah on Wednesday. KSL meteorologist Kevin Eubank says the hazy air will be gone by Thursday.
10 months ago

How will Hurricane Hilary impact the state of Utah?

A meteorologist with the National Weather Service discusses how Utah will be impacted by Hurricane Hilary.
10 months ago

UEA President: There doesn’t appear to be a severe teacher shortage

UEA President Renée Pinkney says there doesn't appear to be a severe teacher shortage around the state. She even said the substitute teacher shouldn't be as bad as it's been in the past.
10 months ago

Utah Task Force to play an important role in search for people on Maui

Utah Task Force is sending a canine team to Maui to help in the recovery efforts.
10 months ago officially changes its name to Bed Bath & Beyond officially rebranded itself on Tuesday. The Utah-based company will now be known online as Bed Bath and Beyond.
11 months ago

It’s never too late to start saving for retirement, expert says

One in five Americans fear they will never experience retirement and the thoughts of savings can be overwhelming.
11 months ago

Air conditioning unit stolen from Taylorsville animal clinic

The air conditioning unit at Midvalley Animal Clinic was stolen Monday night, according to the office manager.
12 months ago

Utah Attorney General suing EPA over new federal law on power plants

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes is suing the EPA over a recently released federal rule governing power plants.
1 year ago

El Nino has returned. What does that mean for Utah?

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says El Nino has arrived. Jon Meyer of the Utah Climate Center tells what that means for Utah.
1 year ago

Hasbro to feature Park City in an edition of Monopoly

Hasbro has announced that Park City will be featured in an edition of Monopoly. The Park City version of the popular board is expected out early next year.
1 year ago

Japan Festival provides a taste of Japanese culture to Utah

The 18th annual Japan Festival is set for Saturday in downtown. It will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
1 year ago

All-Star fans! Oreo cookie wants to upgrade your NBA All-Star party!

NBA fans can add a little extra swagger to their All-Star Game party here in Salt Lake City, with just 10 more days until tip off.
1 year ago

High school wrestling bus shot at, no injuries, police searching for suspect

No one on the UVU wrestling team was injured by the shots, but the bus the team was traveling on had multiple windows broken.
1 year ago

Pleasant Grove firetruck hit on I-15, but no injuries

Pleasant Grove officials said their truck was parked on the roadside behind an ambulance when it was hit.
1 year ago

Expert warns of the dangers of various degrees of frostbite

With cold temperatures now in Utah, cases of frostbite are on the rise. According to a University of Utah Burn Center doctor, there are a various degree of severity.
2 years ago

Trial over a woman killed at Arches ends, still waiting on verdict

The trial over the death of a woman at Arches National Park has concluded. However, no verdict has been reached. The judge says he wants to carefully study the evidence.
2 years ago

Checking in on the status of full-day kindergarten in Utah

Policy analyst with Voices for Utah Children reveals whether full-day kindergarten could be in the cards for next year.
2 years ago

The Bonneville Salt Flats is shrinking, and has been for years

As is true with the Great Salt Lake, the Bonneville Salt Flats have shrunk and expanded throughout the years.
2 years ago