Brittany Tait

Eagle Mountain’s project to reduce flooding threat

After an unseasonably rainy spring, certain neighborhoods in Eagle Mountain witnessed multiple floods. 
6 days ago

Family wants to locate grandfather’s painting apartment managers mistakenly donated to Provo D.I.

Allison Richardson left her family in Texas to continue her studies in the Accounting Junior Core Program at Brigham Young University. But before leaving the Lone Star State, she brought with her a significant painting — now missing — with emotional family ties.
17 days ago

Utah crossing guard shortage poses serious safety risk for students

A crossing guard shortage across Utah is examined by KSL TV at schools in Lehi. With almost 1,000 students, North Point Elementary faces serious challenges and risks of danger for young students.
23 days ago

Illegal drugs and firearms seized from downtown New Yorker Nightclub by Salt Lake police

As part of an ongoing investigation, Salt Lake City Police Department seized multiple types of drugs, firearms, cash, and alcohol from the New Yorker club in downtown Salt Lake.
1 month ago

How a Cache Valley art studio is using clay to heal

A new art studio in Cache Valley promotes inclusivity, safe spaces, creative learning and it's using clay to heal.
1 month ago

How to beat the heat in triple digit temps

Meteorologists forecasted temperatures will reach triple digits in the coming days, and Utahns are flocking to splash pads and swimming pools to beat the heat.  
2 months ago

Connecting strangers through a bit of color with ‘rock snakes’

DRAPER, Utah — Snakes are popping up in residential neighborhoods from Tooele down to Draper, and they are turning heads for all the right reasons. Six-year-old Liberty Sellers, of Draper, had the idea to create Rockwell the Artistic Rock Snake on the Porter Rockwell Trail at 12715 S. Boulter Street. It started with her family […]
2 months ago

Utahns reporting multiple Pride flags stolen, with one burned

A Pleasant Grove family was awakened to their Pride flag on fire late Thursday night. 
3 months ago

Channel opened on Weber River as flood watch begins

Weber County Officials are keeping a close eye on the Weber River after the National Weather Service issued a flood watch for it and two others.
5 months ago

UDOT: Wet slides could return to canyons as spring melt heats up

As temperatures continue to rise after a record-breaking snowpack, experts are worried about more than just flooding.
5 months ago

Motorcyclist survives 150-foot fall, credits Apple Watch for helping save his life

Eric Tunbridge was severely injured with zero cell service. But his Apple Watch had already notified authorities using a satellite connection.
6 months ago

Super Bowl ad highlights Utah Girls Tackle Football League

One Super Bowl ad that aired Sunday completely centered around Utah, showcasing the only girls tackle football league in the country.
8 months ago

Revealing 911 recordings, lethality assessment in Enoch murders released

The Enoch City Manager shared reports and recorded 911 calls that lead to the discovery of an entire family murdered.
8 months ago

Crowd marched to Utah State Capitol in solidary with Iran

A large crowd marched from Washington Square to the steps of the Utah State Capitol on Saturday to show solidarity for those suffering in Iran.
12 months ago

Wasatch Beekeepers Association rescues millions of bees after I-80 crash

Roughly 24 million honey bees spilled out of a tipped semi-truck on Interstate 80, earlier this week.  
1 year ago

Off-duty officer saves Draper mom from drowning

A mother nearly died trying to keep her two young children afloat when their raft tipped on a Herriman Reservoir on Wednesday.
1 year ago

Utah mother gets a second chance at Ironman World Championship

A Syracuse woman who was wrongly pulled before crossing the finish line at the St. George Ironman World Championship gets a second chance.
1 year ago

Murray City honors nurse for saving stranger’s life

Murray City Council members honored an off-duty nurse Tuesday night who saved a man's life during a softball game.  
1 year ago

Thousands gather at the State Capitol to support abortion

Thousands gathered at the Utah State Capitol on Saturday in support of reproductive rights as Americans anticipate an official decision from the Supreme Court.
1 year ago

9-year-old girl welcomed home after near-fatal DUI crash

Friends and family lined the streets in Herriman on Thursday to celebrate 9-year-old Lily Virga's recovery after she spent nine weeks in the hospital following what police called a DUI-related crash.
1 year ago

Masks no longer required at Salt Lake City Int’l Airport

Travelers at the Salt Lake City International Airport reacted to the news that masks are no longer required to fly following a ruling from a federal judge in Florida.
1 year ago

Neighbors remodel home for Utah teen paralyzed in ski accident

A South Ogden teen came home to a warm welcome after spending nearly two months in the hospital following a ski accident that left him paralyzed.
1 year ago

Utahns gather at Capitol to show support for Ukraine

Hundreds gathered at the Utah State Capitol Saturday to stand with Ukraine.
2 years ago

Celebrating all-abilities through winter sports

Hopeful athletes gathered at a Park City ice rink Saturday to promote inclusion and learn new skills.  
2 years ago