Alex Cabrero

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Alex Cabrero has been reporting for KSL since 2004 and is a 7-time Emmy Award winner. During his time in Salt Lake City, he has covered several high-profile Utah stories, including the Crandall Canyon mine collapse, the Trolley Square shootings, and the Susan Powell missing person case.

New USU police dog being trained to help students with stress

This is Sage, the newest member of the USU Police Department. Her specialty is something relatively new for police departments: helping those after a traumatic or stressful event.
2 days ago

State of Utah to fund medical cannabis research at Utah universities

The state of Utah announced a new initiative that will fund medical cannabis research, highlighting how the drug interacts with other drugs and medical conditions. The studies will be in partnership with Utah State University and University of Utah Health.
10 days ago

Good tires will keep drivers safe this winter season

With winter weather expected to hit Utah Thursday night into Friday, when many people might be driving to and from Thanksgiving, a vehicle with good tires will keep people safe.
11 days ago

Utah Committee for the Olympic Games makes final pitch to IOC

The Utah Committee for the Olympic Games presented its final pitch to the IOC on Tuesday, detailing the housekeeping plans of how Salt Lake will host the games in 2034.
11 days ago

SLC Olympic committee meets with IOC’s Future Host Commission

Tuesday could mark a big day in the efforts to bring the Olympics back to Utah as Salt Lake's committee meets with the International Olympic Committee to prove Utah has everything in place to get the bid.
12 days ago

Teenager with terminal cancer who loves Ford Broncos surprised with parade outside her home

A group of Ford Bronco enthusiasts held a parade outside the home of a American Fork teenager, suffering from terminal cancer. The teenager has a love for Ford Broncos.
14 days ago

Elementary students learn geometry through Halloween candy bars

Utah math scores for elementary students fell slightly last year according to the Utah State Board of Education.
16 days ago

Firemen finish hanging Christmas lights for woman hospitalized

South Jordan firefighters came to the rescue of a woman in more than one way Tuesday. After the woman was hospitalized after being injured hanging Christmas lights, the firefighters finished hanging the lights for her.
18 days ago

Draper man recovers 3 months after flooding damaged his basement

Ramsay's home was one of dozens in Draper flooded when heavy rainstorms hit in a way he had never seen before.
18 days ago

Funeral services held for American Fork Vietnam Veteran who was missing for 50 years

Funeral services were held Saturday for an American Fork veteran who died in the Vietnam War and had been missing for 50 years.
21 days ago

Lehi resident organizes help for ‘devastated’ hometown Acapulco

Lehi resident Sergio Martinez is hoping to use his connections to raise money for aid to his hometown of Acapulco after the damage caused by Hurricane Otis.
23 days ago

After 50 years, missing veteran killed in Vietnam is back in Utah

After 50 years, the remains of a Vietnam veteran from American Fork return to his family, just in time for Veterans Day
24 days ago

Herriman woman loses wedding ring while giving out Halloween candy

A Herriman woman believes she lost her wedding ring giving out candy to trick-or-treaters. One person thought they found her ring in their lot of candy, but it was not hers.
25 days ago

Gas-powered leaf blowers exchange program launched to help clean the air

A program was launched Wednesday in which people can turn a gas-powered leaf blower for a voucher for a new electric-powered leaf blower.
1 month ago

Utah tailgating brings its A game for national spotlight

Saturday felt a little different for University of Utah football fans with College GameDay broadcasting from Salt Lake City.
1 month ago

Garfield County meeting addresses concerns over BLM plan to manage Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Ranchers' grazing rights could be dramatically reduced if a new resource management plan is put into place by the Bureau of Land Management.
1 month ago

The start of a new Utah Jazz season means increased revenue in downtown

The new NBA season tips off this week and the Utah Jazz open at home Wednesday night against the Sacramento Kings.
1 month ago

Auction for Post Malone guitar helps more than a dozen Utah veterans

Chris Nelson was the winner of an auctioned Post Malone guitar - the funds raised will now help over a dozen veterans.
1 month ago

Hundreds take part in 5K run to honor teen hit and killed this week

A 5K run was held Saturday morning in memory of a 17-year-old girl who was struck and killed by a vehicle earlier this week.
1 month ago

Candlelight vigil held Friday for teen hit and killed in Orem

The Orem community is coming together to remember a local teenager who was fatally struck by a car on Monday night.
1 month ago

YCC Family Crisis Center in Ogden now accepting text messages

It is certainly not the easiest job out there. Amber Paaso will be the first to tell you she's burned out of doing it in the past. 
2 months ago

Eclipse glasses are essential for Saturday’s annular eclipse

Scientists and doctors are reminding eclipse chasers that there is no safe time to look directly at the sun during this eclipse.
2 months ago

Utah’s high elevations, and some people, welcome October snow

Yes, snow. At the top of Mirror Lake Highway at Bald Mountain, it is already looking like winter.
2 months ago

Israel tour guide from Utah describes surprise attack from Gaza

In the latest fight between Israel and the Palestinian group Hamas, an Israel tour guide from Utah, has a front-row seat.
2 months ago