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.

Nervous UNLV students return to campus after fatal shooting

UNLV students and teachers describe the terrifying moments of the mass shooting that killed three faculty members on Wednesday.
18 hours ago

Dozens of teenagers come to the rescue of a mother and her two young children

Dozens of high school kids at Layton Christian Academy came to the rescue of a mother and two children after they were hit and pinned underneath a vehicle.
3 days ago

Avalanche Awareness Week provides training for those going into the backcountry

Avalanche Awareness Week is coming at a critical time after some areas in the mountains of Utah got more than 4 feet of new snow as a result of the weekend storm.
4 days ago

Young athletes excited, looking forward to 2034 Olympics

The news of the Winter Games coming to Salt Lake City in 2034 was huge for young Utah athletes with Olympic dreams on their mind.
9 days ago

Great Salt Lake: Utah farmers adapting to survive drought, changing water laws

According to the USDA, more than 500 Utah farms went out of business between 2017 and 2022 while Utah goes through decades of drought. New Utah laws change a long-standing policy of 'use it or lose it.'
10 days ago

Biographer reflects back on the life of President M. Russell Ballard

A big loss and an amazing legacy, those are the words from the biographer of M. Russell Ballard, the acting president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who passed away on Sunday night.
24 days ago

Charter schools fight for school zone student safety measures

Several charter schools feel like they are being ignored when it comes to school safety. Administrators say their schools are being denied “school zone” designation which would allow for flashing lights, slower speed signs, crosswalks, and crossing guards.     
30 days ago

Mom wants drivers to pay attention, slow down after SUV hits her, son in crosswalk

A mother and her son recovering at their home from injuries after being hit by an SUV in Stansbury Park.
1 month ago

A newborn screening test could be all difference between life and death

A newborn screening test in Utah could be the difference between life and death.
1 month ago

Mom’s message to drivers after her son’s tragic Halloween

The ghosts, goblins, and witches are filling the streets as Halloween night gets underway. That's why some are pleading for drivers to be aware of their surroundings. 
1 month ago

Utah County couple dies in northern California plane crash

A deadly plane crash in Northern California has claimed the lives of a Utah County couple.
1 month ago

Metal workers struggling to get overdue paychecks

Several Salt Lake Valley metal workers are wondering why they aren't getting paychecks from their umbrella company and are worried about when they will arrive.
1 month ago

Orem Utah Temple to host public open house tours until December

Orem Utah Temple will be open to the public for tours of the interior until December.
2 months ago

Davis High students praying for classmate hit by vehicle

Friends of Davis High School student Cruz Rushton are praying for his recovery after he was hit by a vehicle Tuesday night, leaving him in critical condition.
2 months ago

Family of murdered man wondering why suspect has not yet gone to trial

The family of a man who was murdered in 2020 is wondering why the suspect still hasn't gone to trial.
2 months ago

Utah Olympic athlete voices concerns about sliding move from Italy in 2026

The bobsledding, skeleton, and luge events in the 2026 Winter Olympics will not be held in Italy with all the other games. A Utah athlete training to compete shares his concerns about the change this year.
2 months ago

Herriman High opens free clothing store for student refugees

Herriman High School students open a clothing store full of ties, suits, dresses and more for refugee students to take advantage of and help with their education.
2 months ago

Naked man breaks into Draper home, creeps close to sleeping residents

It was a shocking sight caught on surveillance cameras in a Draper neighborhood. A naked man was going door to door trying to get into people’s homes early Tuesday morning.
2 months ago

Family reflects on son killed in weekend hit-and-run crash

Family reflicts on man killed in weekend motorcycle crash.
2 months ago

Nearly $40,000 in supplies stolen from roofer recovered at Sandy home

A major theft operation in Sandy ended with nearly $40,000 worth of construction material gone overnight.
2 months ago

Deputies revive teen who was hit by a car

A 16-year-old girl is lucky to be alive after getting hit by a car while on her way to high school in Eagle Mt. Tuesday.
2 months ago

The Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square’s historic summer trip to Mexico City reaches millions

The Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square's historic trip to Mexico City this summer proved to reach millions.
2 months ago

Jordan School District pilot program teaches students how to use AI

Artificial Intelligence in the classroom can be a very touchy subject and is not always welcome. However, the Jordan School District is embracing the new technology in a big way by participating in a new Artificial Intelligence pilot program with a company out of American Fork. 
3 months ago

Family speaks after teen killed by suspected DUI driver: ‘I honestly can’t explain the heartache’

A family grieves the loss of their 15-year-old son and brother who was killed by a suspected drunk driver this weekend. They plead with their community not to drive drunk.
3 months ago