Daniel Woodruff

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Website: http://KSLTV.com

Daniel Woodruff is a KSL TV reporter and anchor with deep experience covering Utah news. He got his start in broadcast journalism as an intern at KSL. In addition to Utah, he has worked in Indiana and Wisconsin. Daniel is a graduate of Brigham Young University.

‘Chill out’: Utah drivers urged to avoid road rage as new law takes effect July 1

Utah officials had a clear message on the steps of the Capitol when it comes to road rage; chill out and think before you act.
7 hours ago

Clearfield road rage suspect arrested, charged with murder

A West Point man has been charged with murder in connection to a deadly road rage incident in Clearfield earlier this month.
10 hours ago

Cost of homeowner’s insurance in Utah up by double digits each year since 2022

Homeowner's insurance costs have risen by double-digit percentages for the last three years. The Utah insurance commissioner has concerns, and advice.
1 day ago

Utah leaders react to call for warning label on social media platforms

Utah leaders are reacting to a call from the U.S. surgeon general to include a warning label on social media – just like there are on cigarettes.
2 days ago

Former Bluffdale fire chief pleads guilty to misusing public money

A former Bluffdale fire chief and mayoral candidate has pleaded guilty to misusing public money.
2 days ago

Strong winds wreak havoc in Utah County

High winds caused damage and chaos in Utah County on Monday, including a fire that sparked in Pleasant Grove.
3 days ago

Utah’s median home price rises to $500k despite high mortgage rates

Even with high mortgage rates, Utah's home prices are still going up, as the median price for a home in the state is $500,000.
6 days ago

Brad Wilson appears to be pulling back in US Senate race

As the push to the Republican primary election for U.S. Senate heats up, one candidate appears to be slowing down
7 days ago

How Utah’s new ‘helitack’ program aims to help crews attack wildfires faster

A new "helitack" program for Utah fire crews means they can make it to the frontlines of wildfire faster.
8 days ago

UDOT crews keep close eye on road buckling as temperatures heat up

As Utah’s weather heats up, transportation crews are closely watching for road buckling.
14 days ago

Provo River running high and fast as hotter temperatures fuel spring runoff

As the temperatures get hotter, cities in Utah are bracing for Spring runoff from the mountains.
15 days ago

‘Justice was served’: Prosecutors, investigators celebrate after Chad Daybell verdict

Inside an Idaho courtroom, Chad Daybell sat quietly – showing no visible emotion – as he learned his punishment for murder. Outside the Ada County Courthouse, prosecutors and investigators who worked this complex case for years celebrated the jury’s verdict. They spoke publicly about the case for the first time in front of reporters after the sentence was handed down.
19 days ago

Jurors plan to return Saturday to continue deliberating Chad Daybell sentence

Jurors deliberated for about six hours Friday in the sentencing phase of the murder trial of Chad Daybell before calling it a night and planning to return at 9 a.m. Saturday.
20 days ago

Former juror shares views on Chad Daybell trial as jury begins deliberating

A former juror in the trial for Lori Vallow Daybell was present at Chad Daybell's trial just before jury deliberations.
22 days ago

Closing arguments in Chad Daybell murder trial to begin Wednesday morning

The jury in the Chad Daybell murder trial is about to get the case, as closing arguments are scheduled for mid-morning Wednesday after weeks of testimony and dozens of witnesses.
23 days ago

Chad Daybell tells judge he won’t testify in his murder trial

The defense attorney for Chad Daybell said Thursday he does not intend to call any further witnesses in the murder trial, and the defendant told the judge he will not take the stand himself and testify.
29 days ago

Prosecutors want to call more witnesses in Chad Daybell murder trial after defense rests

Prosecutors in the Chad Daybell murder trial in Idaho told a judge Wednesday they want to call several more witnesses as a rebuttal after the defense attorney rests his case.
29 days ago

Forensic pathologist called by defense says Tammy Daybell’s cause of death ‘undetermined’

A forensic pathologist testified in the murder trial of Chad Daybell that his wife, Tammy Daybell's death would be best classified as "undetermined."
1 month ago

Rent costs are up nationally, but what about Utah?

While some aspects of inflation are cooling down, the cost of renting has continued rising.
1 month ago

Chad Daybell’s defense prepares to make case to jurors

Prosecutors have rested their case in the Chad Daybell murder trial. They did so Thursday morning following weeks of testimony and dozens of witnesses.
1 month ago

Duchesne High School basketball player could face charges over reported sexual assault

A member of the Duchesne High School boys basketball team could face charges in connection to a reported sexual assault from earlier this year, police told KSL TV.
1 month ago

‘Big summer’ expected at Lake Powell as water levels keep rising

Lake Powell is on the rebound after another strong snowpack. While it’s still well below full capacity, the lake is rising a little bit each day, with roughly another 28 feet of water expected by the end of July.
1 month ago

Is grocery shopping ‘frustrating and stressful’? Here are ways to stretch your dollars

High food prices are squeezing Utah families, and going to the grocery store can be a frustrating experience.
1 month ago

Hundreds gather for somber graveside service for Sgt. Bill Hooser

At the Santaquin City Cemetery, a procession of hundreds of law enforcement officers arrived Monday afternoon behind the hearse carrying Sgt. Bill Hooser’s body.
1 month ago