Erin Cox


Utah memorial celebrates contributions of Pacific Islander women

Tucked in a place you might never visit, and in a place you might have never heard of, there is a new memorial in Utah.
6 days ago

New rabbi hopes to bring Utah County’s Jewish community together

A Utah Rabbi is looking to continue his family's thirty-year tradition of bringing Utah's Jewish community together.
2 months ago

West side man mentors youth, inspires community in spite of deadly disease

He was diagnosed with a terminal disease, but continues to inspire students as a home away from home, making a big difference, especially in the native community.
2 months ago

Utah lawmakers pushing for greater school safety measures

Utah lawmakers are pushing for change in order to protect our students in schools.
4 months ago

1 in 7 Utah adults struggle to read, here’s how one program is trying to help

One in seven adults, here in Utah, struggle with something most of us take for granted – what you’re doing right now: reading
4 months ago

Gleeful Choir helps dementia and Alzheimer’s patients with music

There are many community choirs sharing Christmas cheer, but there's one with a unique purpose. The Gleeful Choir started in 2018 to help connect memories for those experiencing Dementia or Alzheimer's.
5 months ago

Uncovering the untold story of Utah’s Jewish Family Services

Jewish Family Services celebrates the organizations anniversary after discovering it's founding date.
5 months ago

Utah farmers say real Christmas trees prices continue to rise

Utahns looking for a real Christmas tree may notice a few extra dollars to the price tag compared to past years.
6 months ago

Council to vote on West side plan to turn land into homeless housing village

Salt Lake City Council members will vote Tuesday night whether or not to re-zone a stretch of land on the West side to become a new homeless village.
8 months ago

First mental health summit brings leaders from across US to Beehive State

For the first time, multiple organizations from across the country, who are leading the research for mental health, joined Utah leaders at a mental health summit. It’s the first event of its kind and will last until the end of Tuesday.
8 months ago

New Latina dean hopes to help the University of Utah in efforts to become Hispanic serving institution

One of Utah’s largest universities has plans to become a Hispanic Serving Institution, the first of its kind here in Utah.
8 months ago

Artists share works of religious devotion in new exhibit at the BYU museum of art

Religious devotion looks different for everyone, and yet some at Brigham Young University have found common themes throughout centuries of art.
9 months ago

Utah governor wraps up trade, diplomatic mission to Israel

Friday wraps up a week-long trip to Israel and the United Arab Emirates for Gov. Spencer Cox and other state leaders. KSL's Erin Cox spoke with both religious and business leaders who joined the governor on this trip.
9 months ago

Utah family hopes to bring loved one home from Japanese prison

A Utah family is watching and waiting as their loved one, a U.S. Navy Lieutenant sits in a Japanese prison after a medical accident killed two people.
9 months ago

USU partners with Taiwanese program for new summer Chinese immersion

A new exchange has brought Chinese culture and language to the Beehive State.
10 months ago

Disabled Rights Action Committee celebrates ADA anniversary, discusses accessibility in Utah

Board members of Utah's Disability Rights Action Committee tell their experiences of living with disabilities.
10 months ago

New monument honors life, legacy of African American pioneers

History was made Friday as hundreds gathered for the dedication of the Pioneers of 1847 Monument.
10 months ago

Utah chef turns love for cooking cuisines into helping community

Record high gas prices and inflation have families looking to save a few bucks this summer, and one Utah program — featuring a chef that took his love for cooking and turned it into serving meals for our community — has a solution.
11 months ago

Utah woman helps group of 11 Ukrainians arrive safely in Salt Lake City

Friday marks the official first week in America for a group of 11 Ukrainians.  
11 months ago

Cheerleader teams join community at funeral for child killed in July 4 parade

Family and friends said a final goodbye to eight-year-old Macie Hill Saturday.
11 months ago

High-risk pregnancy specialist shares concerns about Utah’s new trigger law

Dr. Lexi Eller, a high-risk pregnancy specialist who has been delivering Utah babies for 16 years, shares how the state's new trigger law might cause changes in care.
11 months ago

Rolling the dice for citizenship: Refugees join SLC English program for citizenship application

There’s a unique program here in Utah designed to help refugees and immigrants with their citizenship applications.
11 months ago

Faith leaders: Abortion conversation has changed, not religious stances

KSL's Erin Cox spoke one-on-one with some of Utah's most influential faith leaders about how their stances on abortion have not changed, but the conversations surrounding them have.
11 months ago

Utah man leads efforts to connect African Americans to their ancestors in honor of Juneteenth

This weekend is the first time the federal government recognizes Juneteenth as a holiday. And as KSL's Erin Cox shows, not only are community members celebrating the end of slavery with this holiday, but the discovery of family connections.
12 months ago