Ashley Moser

Lehi teen stripped of crown, sash and pageant title after clerical error

A Lehi teen was stripped of her title just three days after winning the Miss Lehi Teen competition due to a clerical error.
3 hours ago

Utah coma patient reunites with nurse who had ‘angel’s voice’

In January 2020, Jennifer Anderton was rushed to Lakeview Hospital’s Emergency Room with COVID-19 symptoms, unaware that her journey would turn into a two-week stay. 
20 days ago

The Quiet Crisis: How first responders will help fill the trauma-informed therapy gap

Tens of thousands of first responders put their life and emotional wellbeing on the line every day in Utah. But who cares for them when their own mental wellbeing is on the line?
22 days ago

Supporting minority teens in Utah: Overcoming challenges and finding solutions

Being a teenager can be challenging enough but imagine facing those difficulties as a minority in a predominantly white community. A recent student risk assessment survey found Black and Hispanic students are more likely to feel unsafe at school.
27 days ago

Utah mountain lion conservation group asking for help finding stolen trail cameras

A mountain lion conservation group is asking for the public's help after three of its trail cameras were stolen in the last week.
28 days ago

Kindergarten teacher gives tips on preparing your little one starting school in the fall

With summer just around the corner, parents may be wondering what activities they can do with their little ones to gear up for kindergarten in the fall.
1 month ago

Hogle Zoo monitors Emigration Creek as water nears flood stage

Residents and businesses along Emigration Creek are on high alert as the snowpack continues to melt and the National Weather Service issued a flood warning with the creek expected to hit flood stage.
1 month ago

Sandy resident builds wall to divert water away from property in anticipation of flooding

Homeowners along Little Willow Creek in Sandy are gearing up for floodwaters with sandbags, but one resident is taking it a step further to protect his home. 
1 month ago

Family heartbroken as home crumbles in Layton landslide

Warming temperatures have caused more problems for Utah neighborhoods including a Layton home that was evacuated because of another mudslide.
2 months ago

State officials encourage Utahns to know their risk by checking Utah flood risk maps

In an effort to empower Utahns who want to know the risk of flooding in their neighborhood, officials with the Division of Emergency Management have been actively preparing and updating flood risk information on their website.
2 months ago

Utahns flock outside to enjoy warmer weather as outdoor businesses open up

After being cooped up all winter, Utahns are finally able to step outside and enjoy those outdoor activities.
2 months ago

Investigators say acetone couple used for home improvement project led to explosion

A young couple is recovering in the hospital after their home exploded during a home improvement project on Saturday.
2 months ago

Teen ties for first place in ESPN tournament challenge, beating millions of brackets

March Madness may be over, but a Utah family is still on cloud nine after their nephew won the ESPN Tournament Challenge.
2 months ago

Extended winter weather impacts outdoor weddings, photography in northern Utah

The colder temperatures are leaving brides and grooms scrambling to switch their weddings to indoor venues.
2 months ago

People hunker down as Little Cottonwood Canyon goes into ‘max security interlodge’

The snow has been piling up in our canyons this winter and so has the danger. Little Cottonwood Canyon went into "maximum security interlodge" Friday morning.
2 months ago

Family questions calling 911 for mental health crisis after Sandy police shoot, kill brother

The family of Dylan Murphy, 33, is questioning if they should have called 911 for help with their brother’s mental health crisis.
2 months ago

Canyons School District reflects on safety following Tennessee school shooting

All of the elementary, middle and some of the Canyons School District’s high schools have security vestibules at the front of campus — one of many security measures in place to protect students and staff.
2 months ago

Everyday tips to make reading fun and engaging for young children

Reading is essential for a child's development, but it can be a struggle to get them to engage with books. 
3 months ago

What made the water in Eagle Mountain taste different? Water expert weighs in

Residents in Eagle Mountain have been raising concerns about their drinking water after the city switched to a different well last week.
3 months ago

Eagle Mountain residents report illnesses after city switches to alternate water well

Although Eagle Mountain city officials reassured residents that the water is safe to drink after switching to a different water well last week, Devri Granados and her family are sticking to bottled water.
3 months ago

Wife remembers husband killed in roof-collapse as kind, hardworking

The wife of Rolando Castellanos-Briseno, 52, is remembering her husband as a kind, funny, hardworking man who loved to show his affection for her.
3 months ago

Father paralyzed by rare, temporary condition

It started with tingling in his arm, then Ryan McClain, 32, could not uncross his eyes. The young father was rushed to the hospital where his condition rapidly worsened.
3 months ago

‘She was so kind’: Family remembers Moab teen killed in head-on crash

Family of Elexa “Lexi” VanArsdol say she was a kind, caring, gentle soul who always looked out for her four younger siblings.
3 months ago

Neighborhood comes together to capture neglected dog roaming for weeks in Utah County

A neighborhood on the Lehi-Saratoga Springs border is celebrating after successfully capturing a malnourished dog that had been roaming the area for the past two weeks.
3 months ago