Alex Cabrero

Alex Cabrero

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.

‘You could hear it just crackling’: Residents are thankful for firefighters quick response

"You know how you hear it, crackling like a little campfire? You could hear it just crackling,” Centerville residents are thankful for the quick response from first responders to the Deuel Creek Fire.
1 day ago

Yellowstone north loop reopens for visitors, removes limited capacity system

Yellowstone National Park reopens its northern loop after floods hit the park in early June.
4 days ago

Utah survivor shares her story escaping sex trafficking

Board members of the Aspen Magdalene House in Salt Lake City organized this event and called it a “lunch and learn” with the goal of giving an overview of sex trafficking in Utah.
6 days ago

Memento of slain son stolen from car, heartbroken mom wants it back

The stuffed elephant, that she slept with every night, is the only toy of her son's she has left.
7 days ago

Family members remember, honor two USU plane crash victims

Family members of Michael Carpenter and Blake Shumway — who were killed in a plane crash Friday morning in Cache County — say they never thought a week ago that they would be planning funerals.
8 days ago

Two members of USU Aviation program killed in plane crash

Two people died Friday morning in a small airplane crash in Cache County.
12 days ago

Thunderbirds soar into Hill Air Force Base ahead of weekend show

The Air Force Thunderbirds will be highlighting the Warriors Over Wasatch Air Show at Hill Air Force Base Saturday and Sunday.
13 days ago

Yellowstone businesses await the return of visitors

Yellowstone businesses await the return of visitors after a week of the park suddenly closing.
14 days ago

Visitors line up to visit Yellowstone hours before park re-opens

After a week and a half of being closed, Yellowstone National Park partially reopens to new guests.
14 days ago

Yellowstone partially reopening Wednesday; license plate system in place for visitor entry

As Yellowstone National Park partially reopens to visitors this coming Wednesday, the park is implementing the Alternating License Plate System.
17 days ago

Park visitors not letting historic flooding dampen their vacation plans

Many families on vacation in the Yellowstone area have come to terms with the fact that they most likely won't get into the park any time soon. But they're not letting the historic flood get in the way of a great vacation.
19 days ago

A birds-eye view of Yellowstone flooding damage

It will take a lot of work to repair this damage and, in many places, the river has permanently moved meaning new roads will have to be built using new routes.
21 days ago

Utah families make new plans after flooding closes Yellowstone National Park

Campers and visitors waited in lines trying to get inside Yellowstone National Park Wednesday even though rangers closed the park due to destructive flooding.
21 days ago

Ogden family talks about being trapped by floodwaters in Gardiner, Montana

Utah family that was stranded in the hardest hit area of Yellowstone National Park speaks to KSL's Alex Cabrero about what they saw.
22 days ago

Utahns join nationwide March For Our Lives rally

A March For Our Lives rally was held in Salt Lake City on Saturday. The group walked from West High School to the Utah Capitol building, calling for an end to gun violence and a change in gun laws.
25 days ago

Ogden family’s dream rental situation turns out to be a nightmare

How to avoid a scam that left a family of five out thousands of dollars and facing eviction
28 days ago

Wasatch represents Utah at National Special Olympics with cheers, fun

The Wasatch High School Unified Basketball team competed Tuesday at the National Special Olympics in Orlando. One of the athletes had everyone cheering her on, even though she didn't make a single basket.
29 days ago

Tooele High Unified Soccer Team kicks off 2022 Special Olympics USA Games

If pregame speeches truly fire up a team, nobody would want to face the Tooele High School Unified Soccer Team.
29 days ago

Two Utah teams in Orlando for the Special Olympics

Opening Ceremony in Orlando for Special Olympics as 38 Utah athletes competing, but it’s the first time in a long time we’ve had two teams instead of just individuals.
1 month ago

Family, firefighters remember two pilots killed fighting Iron County fire in 2012

Firefighters in southern Utah took a few moments to remember and honor two firefighters who were killed while battling a fire in Iron County 10 years ago.
1 month ago

Utah family finds peace in the outdoors

The news of the shootings in Texas and Buffalo has many folks looking for ways to cope. And for many, they're finding it here — in Utah's great outdoors.
1 month ago

World’s best climbers in SLC for competition

It's the perfect time for Salt Lake to be at the forefront of the sport’s popularity.
2 months ago

Best climbers in the world competing in event at Pioneer Park

Some of the best climbers in the world from several different countries are in Salt Lake City this weekend to compete in an International Federation of Sport Climbing World Cup event.
2 months ago

Ukrainian curling team finds shelter and training facilities in Utah

The Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation has adopted the Ukrainian National Curling Team so they can live and train here while the war in Ukraine rages on. 
2 months ago