Dan Rascon

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Website: https://ksltv.com/

Emmy award-winning and veteran TV journalist Dan Rascon is the weekend anchor for KSL-TV (NBC) in Salt Lake City. Rascon has traveled the country and world for nearly 30 years, capturing some of the most compelling, heart-wrenching, and inspiring stories. He’s been a solid fixture in the Utah news market since October 1999.

IOC in Utah to check on readiness to host another Olympics

Members of the International Olympic Committee are in Salt Lake City this week, checking to see just how ready the city is to potentially host the 2034 Winter Olympics.
9 days ago

UHP warns drivers to be cautious on US-6 in Spanish Fork after multiple crashes

The Utah Highway Patrol is warning drivers to be careful on U.S. Highway 6 after a horrific crash and a semitruck fire shut down the road over the weekend.
10 days ago

President Russell M. Nelson announces new temples to be built in Lehi and West Jordan

Residents of West Jordan and Lehi expressed shock and excitement after President Russell M. Nelson announced the new temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in their area.
10 days ago

WATCH: ‘Faith in the Philippines’

It’s been just over 60 years since missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were sent to the Philippines to do missionary work. During this time church membership has grown quickly, and today the Philippines has the fourth-largest population of Latter-day Saints of any country in the world. For this documentary we […]
12 days ago

Utah County company says its video messaging app can detect nudity to keep kids safe

A Utah County company recently released a new video messaging app that it says can detect nudity or partial nudity to keep kids safe.  
16 days ago

‘Faith in the Philippines’ documents Church growth and choir visit, will premiere Sunday

Stories of faith and inspiration from a country thousands of miles away. KSL TV previews a documentary of the Tabernacle Choir's world tour visit to Philippines.
16 days ago

Two men are in jail for allegedly kidnapping, beating another man

Two men are in jail after being arrested and accused of kidnapping, beating up and torturing a man inside their apartment over the weekend in Sandy.
18 days ago

Trapped by ice, stranded fishermen share their story of how they made it back to shore

Two men recently had a fishing trip that they won't forget anytime soon. While on a boat, the two men, in their 70s, were trapped by ice at Porcupine Reservoir in Cache Valley south of Logan.
24 days ago

Woman’s survival of Utah house explosion called a ‘miracle’ 1 day after work on a gas line

An 82-year-old woman miraculously walked out of her home alive after a huge fiery and deadly explosion that sent debris flying for blocks in American Fork early Wednesday morning.
30 days ago

‘What in the world’: UHP troopers surprised by 12-year-old driver after police chase

Utah Highway Patrol troopers were surprised by a 12-year-old girl who they found driving a car they'd been attempting to stop as it traveled down I-15.
1 month ago

Utah artist delivers portrait of teen killed in tubing accident to her family

A heartwarming delivery happened Monday from a Huntsville artist to a Central Utah family who lost their daughter.
1 month ago

South Jordan residents are ‘anxious’ as water levels from Jordan River on the rise

Residents living along the Jordan River are on flood watch. The river and the ground water are rising, creating cause for concern.
1 month ago

‘I stand in awe’: Church leaders prepare to rededicate historic Manti Utah Temple

The historic Manti Utah Temple is just days away from opening to the public after a two-and-a-half-year renovation.
1 month ago

Utah GOP voters: Super Tuesday caucuses were ‘incredibly frustrating’

Many Utah voters said they became so frustrated by the lack of coordination at their caucus that they went home without voting on Super Tuesday.
1 month ago

Tabernacle Choir performs unforgettable concert in Manila

It was a night not to be forgotten in the Philippines as the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square performed  its first major concert before thousands of Filipinos at the Mall of Asia’s 9,000 set arena.
2 months ago

Tabernacle Choir prepares to perform at renowned Mall of Asia with Filipino press day

The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square is preparing to perform its last two concerts in the Philippines with a press day. Afterward, the choir will continue on with its world tour.
2 months ago

Thousands attend interfaith concert in Manila with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square

Thousands of people from the Philippines filled the stands at a historic and sacred Catholic University to attend an interfaith concert with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
2 months ago

Members of Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square pay respects to fallen US soldiers in the Philippines

Members of the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square visited the largest American cemetery outside of the United States, making it a tender and special day for all.
2 months ago

Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square performs for first time in the Philippines

History was made for the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square as it performed its very first concert ever in the Philippines.
2 months ago

Leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints bring water to Filipino community

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints helped to build new water tanks for a small Filipino community that was in desperate need.
2 months ago

Tabernacle Choir arrives in Philippines to continue ‘Hope’ world tour

There was celebration, music and dancing as the Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square arrived in the Philippines to kick of the second segment of its Hope world tour.
2 months ago

Hotel employee watches takedown of suspect who reportedly caused trooper to fall off bridge

A scary experience for a Salt Lake City hotel worker as police captured the suspect accused of hitting a police car and causing a Utah Highway Patrol trooper to fall off a bridge.
2 months ago

Second largest food bank in Utah sees 65% increase in demand, donations needed

One of Utah's largest food banks is in dire need after demand for their services increased and they're now left with only a month's worth of supply.
2 months ago

Utah National Guard helps with Super Bowl LVIII security

A special squad from the Utah National Guard is helping with security at Super Bowl LVIII.
2 months ago