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A former crime reporter is burglarized .... for the 2nd time


By KSLHeather at 09/25/2016 11:19 am         
Police are looking for these two men who kicked in the door of a Murray home and made off with 15-thousand dollars worth of jewelry and electronics. The homeowner says the entire burglary took 3-minutes. And, in an ironic twist, Micaela Choo was a former crime reporter in Milwaukee and says this is the second time a house she's lived in has been robbed within the state of Utah. Picture from surveillance video from the homeowner Micaela Choo

How do our teenagers feel about the debate?


By AmandaDickson at 09/25/2016 10:12 am         
Utah teenagers will be watching the #debate. Hear what they think about #DonaldTrump, #HillaryClinton, the issues, who they would vote for if they could, and the one thing they want more of - #RESPECT! (I spoke with them at a #RYLA convention this weekend. This is the audio of our conversations.) Amanda Dickson.

How do our teenagers feel about the debate?


By AmandaDickson at 09/25/2016 9:51 am         
I interviewed a group of Utah teenagers who will be watching the debate tomorrow night and asked them how they feel about the election. The #1 thing they want more of - RESPECT! Our kids are so smart.

West Jordan woman describes being held hostage in home


By KSLMarc at 09/23/2016 6:07 pm         
West Jordan police say a man they were chasing, broke into a home and told a mother and her children to be quiet. The woman praised officers who eventually came to her door and immediately knew something was wrong. Nobody was hurt, but she says she was terrified. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more.

Volunteers flood tornado damaged Washington Terrace


By KSLMarc at 09/23/2016 5:45 pm         
They came by the bus load in some cases. Volunteers moved in to clean up after Thursday's tornado tore up part of the small Weber County city. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has the story.

Wellington Mayor desperate for help after flooding


By kslcleon at 09/23/2016 5:36 pm         
Homeowners in the Carbon County are cleaning out their basements again after flooding from the Price River. But Mayor Joan Powell says it should have never should never have happened a 2nd time. (Photo: Gena Trucks)

Layton golf course ripped up after storm


By kslcleon at 09/23/2016 5:15 pm         
If you plan on hitting the links at Swan Lakes Golf Course, you'll be disappointed. The course was heavily damaged by the winds and now the manager is hoping for help this weekend.

Teens caught in tornado tell their story


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 09/23/2016 2:45 pm         
A harrowing story coming out of Weber County today, a group of junior ROTC members were caught in one of the tornadoes that touched down near Riverton. Today three of the members sat down with KSL Newsradio’s Brianna Bodily to tell their story.

Families look for help after yesterday's tornadoes destroyed several homes.


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 09/23/2016 2:43 pm         
You can give the Christiansens financial help at: https://www.gofundme.com/2qqdhes

Report: Utah schools have among worst nursing shortages


By kslpetersamore at 09/23/2016 1:17 pm         
A new report finds Utah well underneath the national recommendation for the number of nurses for public school students. But it will cost millions to fix it. The data: http://choosehealth.utah.gov/prek-12/school-nurses/data.php