Gretchen Willard

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Utah Family Mourns Death Of Man Killed By Bear In West Yellowstone

A Utah family is mourning the loss of their brother and son.
2 years ago

St. George Dispatcher Honored With Lifesaving Award

A St. George dispatcher is being called a hero tonight, but not for her work on the job. 
2 years ago

Closures Scheduled For Bangerter Highway Construction

More changes are coming to Bangerter Highway as the construction project continues. Closures will begin on Sunday 
2 years ago

COVID-19 Vaccinations Available Through Walk-In Clinics In SLC

There are now plenty of appointments available in Salt Lake County for people to get their COVID-19 vaccination, and a walk-in clinic opens Monday. The county received 20,000 extra doses for next week, and vaccine supply is growing.
2 years ago

Wildland Firefighters Prepare For Fire Season

Firefighters began training for what they predict will be a busy season. 
2 years ago

South Jordan, Ivory Homes Complete Affordable Houses For Frontline Workers

The City of South Jordan and Ivory Homes announced the completion of nine new affordable homes for city and local school district employees through a workforce housing collaboration. 
2 years ago

Property Owner Calls On City To Fix Issues At Nearby Homeless Camp

After several recent crimes including a homicide, a property owner called on city and state leaders as well as police to take action and close a nearby homeless camp. 
2 years ago

Contrast Striping Being Used To Help Utah Drivers, Autonomous Cars Stay In Lanes

If you have trouble seeing the lines on Utah roads, you're not alone.
2 years ago

Utah Co. Sisters Training Police For Response To Those With Autism

Two sisters have been helping to change the way police officers respond to those with autism and other mental disabilities, and they’ve been doing it one police department at a time.
2 years ago

New Fund Help Restaurants Struggling With Lost Revenue, Staffing

More than a year since the start of the pandemic, many restaurants are still struggling to make up for revenue and staffing lost during the pandemic. But a new fund announced Tuesday could offer some relief to hard-hit food establishments across the U.S.
2 years ago

Utah Doctor Responds To New CDC Mask Guidance

The new mask guidance from the CDC opens up a lot of activities for fully vaccinated people. They can safely resume most activities outside without face coverings.
2 years ago

Ballet West Returns With ‘Nutcracker’ Ballerina Rylee Rogers

Ballet West returns to the Capitol Theatre stage over the weekend with three performances of "The Glass Slipper." The production features a young dancer we at KSL-TV News have been following for years.
2 years ago

Nurse Advocates For Medical Workers Who Have Become ‘COVID Long Haulers’

A Utah nurse has been raising awareness about the long-term impacts the past year has had on medical workers. Even though she has never tested positive for coronavirus, she said she considers herself a COVID-19 long hauler.
2 years ago

Family Speaks Out After 19-Year-Old Killed In Wrong-Way Crash

The family of a young woman killed in a wrong-way crash has shed light on the 19-year-old's legacy. In her death, they said, she will live on in others. 
2 years ago

Video Of Dog Joining High School Track Race Goes Viral

A video clip has been making the rounds after a dog decided to make a run for the finish line at a Logan track meet. It was an embarrassing moment for the dog's owners, but the runner who won the race said there were no hard feelings.
2 years ago

Should Facebook Help You After It Locks You Out Of Your Account?

Social media has become one of the most important ways in how the world communicates and how business gets done. That has prompted social media giants like Facebook to step up their security measures. Consequently, some people get locked out of their accounts.
2 years ago

Students Celebrate Lunchroom Worker After Becoming US Citizen

For the past year, Carina Rios had been studying to become a citizen of the United States. She and her husband, who are Argentina natives, started the application process a month before the pandemic hit.
2 years ago

Utah Community Reacts To Derek Chauvin Murder Conviction

Three hours after a judge announced a guilty verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin Tuesday, demonstrators rallied outside of the public safety building in downtown Salt Lake City to celebrate and continue to call for justice for others.
2 years ago

Early Data Indicates Another Possible Rise In Utah Coronavirus Cases

The number of COVID-19 cases in Utah has stabilized over the last month after steady declines. Doctors with University of Utah Health say there are also early signs in the data that we will likely see another rise in new cases. But, right now, they believe the vaccines can hold off the virus.
2 years ago

Spam Robocallers Up 56 Percent Over Previous Year

If spam calls seem out of control to you, you are far from being alone. Utahns received over 35 million robocalls last month according to the YouMail Robocall Index – that’s a robocall every 13.1 seconds. 
2 years ago

Location, Rendering Revealed For Helena Montana Temple

The location and rendering of the Helena Montana Temple have been released by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, just weeks after it was first announced. 
2 years ago

Previously Unheard Audio Reveals Joyce Yost’s Terrifying Story To Police

Spools of magnetic tape captured the voice of Joyce Yost on the morning of April 4, 1985. An audio cassette rolled as Yost offered a step-by-step account of her sexual assault at the hands of a man she’d never met.
2 years ago

Former Police Officer Now Trained To Help First Responders With Mental Health

Deputies from the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office have started the healing process after two of their own were shot in the line of duty. A former police officer wants them and other first responders to know there is help.
2 years ago

Low Housing Inventory Driving Demand, Prices For Homes In Utah

The number of homes on the market—known as inventory—has plummeted by 72% so far this month for a large portion of Utah when compared to April of last year, according to the Utah Association of Realtors.
2 years ago