A promise made to a little girl. That's one reason why President Biden says he restored the Bears Ears National Monument to its original status. So, who was the little girl who persuaded the president to make this decision?
Paul Nelson, KSL NewsRadio | Posted Aug. 10 - 9:44 a.m.
Some doctors are reporting an uptick in the number of people coming in with respiratory problems likely due to the smoky skies in Utah. They believe the number of people with respiratory issues will likely increase over the next couple of weeks.
Paul Nelson, KSL NewsRadio | Posted July 7 - 7:42 p.m.
The FAA released a new public service announcement warning people about the administration's zero tolerance policy for not following the rules, and they're using a case out of Utah as an example of what not to do.
Paul Nelson, KSL NewsRadio | Posted June 14 - 10:11 p.m.
Fire investigators say it might be tricky getting to the bottom of a blaze that flattened a Sugarhouse office complex. They say the damage was so severe, a lot of the evidence may have been destroyed, along with everything else.
Paul Nelson, KSL NewsRadio | Posted May 20 - 8:59 p.m.
Rocky Mountain Power may have to shut off the electricity in certain parts of southern Utah this weekend. The company is warning customers about possible shutoffs because strong winds are making the already extreme fire conditions even worse.
Paul Nelson, KSL NewsRadio | Posted May 10 - 9:36 p.m.
Educators in the Alpine School District say they're moving this week's board meeting online because of anti-mask protest groups. They say protesters have harassed their workers, disrupted meetings and pose a safety risk.