Dan Rascon

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.

Winners announced of SLC Ballpark Next Design competition

The competition that spread across the country asked for designs of what to do with Smith’s Ballpark which will no longer be home of the Salt Lake Bees come the 2025 season.
1 hour ago

Herriman couple ‘lucky to be alive’ after socket smashes windshield

A couple from Herriman said they were very blessed and lucky to be alive after a piece of metal debris blasted through their windshield.
1 day ago

Three teenagers severely burned in explosion up American Fork Canyon

A tragic and devastating fireball explosion sent three teens to the hospital in Utah County.
8 days ago

Wheeler Farm helps Salt Lake County with historic water operations

Salt Lake County is setting up its flood control operations right next to the cow pastures at Wheeler Farm, in preparation for what may come.
9 days ago

Orem rec center closes after sprinkler system floods building

Major flooding was caught on video as thousands of gallons of water suddenly came pouring down at the Orem Family Fitness Center.
14 days ago

Concern rising along Cottonwood creeks as water levels inch higher

Eighty degree temperatures expected all week long has residents who live along Big and Little Cottonwood creeks keeping a watchful eye on the river.
16 days ago

Public engages with verdict of Idaho mom’s murder trial

As the verdict for the murder and other charges were about to be read, that would determine the fate of Lori Vallow Daybell, crowds gathered outside the courtroom.
19 days ago

2 Lori Vallow family members hope for guilty verdict from jury

Family members of Lori Vallow Daybell say it's time justice is served and jurors come down with a guilty verdict.
20 days ago

Vallow Daybell trial gains attention from people all over the world

The murder trial of Lori Vallow Daybell is capturing the interest of people from all over the world.
21 days ago

Salt Lake City fire crews investigating string of vacant building fires

Firefighters in Salt Lake City expressed concern Monday about there being a possible rash of structure fires after six vacant buildings went up in flames over the weekend.
23 days ago

Salt Lake City crews trade in desk work for 24/7 flood watch

Watching the creeks and rivers in Salt Lake is a 24 hour 7 day a week operation that is being handled by what they call "The Stream Team."
28 days ago

Flood warning in effect for Emigration Creek as spring runoff raises water levels

Emigration Canyon is under flood watch as the waters in the creek are running very high and very fast Monday.
1 month ago

Salt Lake City public utility crews clear debris from City Creek

An all-hands-on-deck operation started up City Creek Canyon northeast of the Capitol Wednesday as Salt Lake City Public Utility crews pulled debris from the river.
1 month ago

Rush of water to Great Salt Lake means boats can return to marina

Utah residents are celebrating as the Great Salt Lake Marina boat ramps reopened Tuesday due to water returning to the bay. 
1 month ago

Cottonwood Heights residents prepare for flooding

A race against mother nature in Cottonwood Heights, Utah, as residents build their walls of sandbags in preparation for what may come.
1 month ago

Homes evacuated, damaged after flooding in Kaysville

Major flooding in Kaysville occurred from what may have been a clogged storm drain.
2 months ago

Former Taylorsville High theater teacher remembered for his 30 years of service

A legendary high school theater teacher is being remembered for his impact on thousands of kids over 30 years.  
2 months ago

Utah farmers say crops will be delayed by weeks because of late spring

It's a very tough time for Utah farmers who are several weeks behind in the planting season because of all the snow. For consumers, this means many of the fresh products you see at farmers markets are going to be delayed.
2 months ago

Constant snow impacting businesses that thrive on outdoor activities

The continuous storms and snowfall have had a huge economic impact on those outdoor businesses that count on springtime customers.
2 months ago

Businesses prepare for flooding near Cottonwood canyons

Flooding is top of mind in many cities, especially in Cottonwood Heights, which sits at the bottom of Big and Little Cottonwood canyons. That's why one business has ordered specialized equipment they believe will be needed in the coming days and weeks.
2 months ago

Little Cottonwood skiers enjoy resorts as the canyon remains closed

The heavy snowfall and avalanche danger completely shut down Little Cottonwood canyon on Monday.
2 months ago

Family finds comfort in music following loss of Utah man in head-on crash

A South Jordan family is in shock and mourning after losing their son and brother in a horrific head-on collision over the weekend in Magna.
2 months ago

Dozens of life-saving rescues in one week by Department of Public Safety

A record number of life saving rescues in one week for two chopper crews with the Utah Department of Public Safety.
2 months ago

Video shows rescue of injured police officer from a slot canyon

An incredible chopper rescue of a Southern Utah police officer who fell down a slot canyon with his motorcycle was caught on video.
3 months ago