Jed Boal

Fee waiver to help Utahns clear their criminal record about to expire

Approximately one in three Utahns has a criminal record and wants that social barrier removed.  But a fee waiver that makes that process a lot more affordable ends June 30, so eligible Utahns should act now.
10 months ago

Outdoor Retailer Summer Show begins this week

The Outdoor Retailer Summer Show kicked off today at the Salt Palace on Salt Lake City. It’s the largest gathering of the outdoor industry in North America.
10 months ago

EDGE Homes stabilizing area where two homes slid in April

Two months after two homes slid into a ravine in Draper, the developer is working to stabilize the area.
10 months ago

Dust deposits blown onto snow shown to accelerate snowmelt

Blowing dust from the dry lakebed of the Great Salt Lake is not only bad for our air quality, but it also threatens Utah’s most precious resource: water.
10 months ago

Utah archaeology students unearth artifacts in 1,000-year-old village

Approximately 30 university students are getting a hands-on opportunity to learn about the people who lived in Utah long before the pioneers arrived.
10 months ago

Snapped trees, avalanche debris still remain in Little Cottonwood Canyon

Due to the record-breaking snowfall and avalanches, spring cleanup in Little Cottonwood Canyon will take a little longer this year.
11 months ago

None of the four creeks in SLC are expected to reach flood stage

None of the four creeks that drain into the city are forecasted to get anywhere near flood stage before the snow runs out.
11 months ago

Utahns gather to honor true meaning of Memorial Day

Across Utah, people are taking time this Memorial Day to pause and remember those who sacrificed for our country.
11 months ago

High mountain snow melt fills rivers and creeks as peak runoff nears

The high-elevation snowpack in Utah is melting quickly. The low-elevation and mid-elevation snow has already melted and run off into creeks and rivers.
11 months ago

Provo river doubling in volume this week

The Provo River is rising in Utah County and will continue to pick up volume in the days ahead.
11 months ago

Smoky air wafts into Utah from Canadian wildfires

Utah got a hefty dose of smoky air in the moderately unhealthy range from wildfires burning in Canada, but luckily it shouldn't be here much longer.
11 months ago

High mountain passes still buried in snow

Right now, there’s no estimated date for when those seasonal passes will open.
11 months ago

City creek to reach its peak next week

City Creek is the next creek of concern for Salt Lake City, the same creek which infamously ran down State Street in 1983.
11 months ago

Man who surrendered after he fired shots identified by police

A South Weber man is in custody after he fired shots early this morning and then barricaded himself in a house in for nearly 10 hours.
11 months ago

Meteorologist says Utah snow melt continues at ideal pace

There is still a lot of snow that needs to melt and runoff in Utah’s mountains above 9,000 feet. 
11 months ago

Construction update for Deer Creek Dam begins

The Deer Creek Dam and Reservoir are getting much-needed construction improvements so they can continue to deliver water to the community and mitigate flooding.
11 months ago

Salt Lake City monitors City Creek as it hits its peak in two weeks

While the flooding risk from the two creeks is diminishing in Salt Lake City, the risk from City Creek is rising.
11 months ago

Little Cottonwood Canyon mudslides subside; county crews clearing debris

The mudslides that closed Little Cottonwood Canyon last week have subsided, for now. The road is open and UDOT warns motorists traveling in the canyon to stay alert for rapid changes.  
11 months ago

Hydrologist: We’re only 1/3 of the way through snowmelt runoff marathon

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah — Flooding has caused problems for some Utahns for about a month, but northern Utah is not even halfway through the snowmelt runoff, according to a hydrologist with the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City.   There’s still a lot of water that needs to come down from the high elevation […]
12 months ago

Veterans with Utah Honor Flight pay respects to fallen friends

The Utah Honor Flight was a chance for the veterans to visit the memorials dedicated to their service and pay respects to those who didn’t come home.
12 months ago

Veterans from Utah reflect on service and lost brothers during Honor Flight

A group of 75 Utah veterans returned to the Provo Airport last night to huge hero’s welcome after a two-day trip to Washington DC.
12 months ago

Utah ski areas enjoy spring surge of visitors

It was another powder day in Utah’s mountains. People are still skiing and snowboarding and enjoying fresh snow in the last week of April.
12 months ago

Owner of one of two Draper homes that slid never expected it would really happen

An owner of one of the two homes that slid into a ravine over the weekend in Draper spoke with KSL TV about the traumatic event.
12 months ago

UDOT workers brave traffic and weather to fill potholes

The maintenance crews that patch the potholes for UDOT said they’ve never seen the roads so badly beaten.
1 year ago