Karah Brackin

KSL TV flies with all-female medical flight crew from Ogden

A medical flight crew based out of Ogden is making a name for itself as an all-female crew.
4 days ago

UTA honors bus driver for rescuing Utah woman being attacked by dogs

The Utah Transit Authority honored a bus driver Wednesday for rescuing a woman who was being viciously attacked by two Rottweilers in Kearns.
6 days ago

Tips to keep your car ready for winter roads

All of the snow and slick roads we've had this season can really take a toll on our cars. Here are a few checks we can do to make sure our vehicles are — or still are — road ready.
6 days ago

Utah leaders address domestic violence solutions

State, community, safety leaders, and stakeholders gathered in Salt Lake City Friday for a second meeting to address responding to domestic violence and assault in Utah.
11 days ago

Officers crack down on parking in canyons after cars block emergency vehicles

Officers enforcing parking with tickets up to $600 after cars block driveways, emergency vehicles.
14 days ago

Utah math teacher blazing trail as world arm wrestling champion

In the Jordan School District, there is a teacher who said after weightlifting for some time, she felt like she needed a competitive outlet. She decided to turn to a niche sport: arm wrestling.
18 days ago

UDOT adds ‘heat tape’ to traffic lights to clear off snow

Utah's Department of Transportation is paving the way in making roads safer by making traffic lights more visible during winter storms.
21 days ago

Teen found dead in crashed car with multiple gunshot wounds

Police are investigating an overnight shooting that left a 15-year-old boy dead in West Valley City.
25 days ago

Avalanche danger high for most of Utah following string of storms

With days of back-to-back snowfall and changing conditions mean some of Utah's avalanche experts have their eyes on potential closures.
27 days ago

Thousands of girls meet with mentors in STEM for SheTech event

Today 3,000 high school girls got to learn a bit about the STEM field.
28 days ago

Bill would prohibit funding for ‘diversity, equity, and inclusivity’ offices in schools

On Monday, two bills, including one senate bill and one house bill gained attention, as both hit on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
29 days ago

Roy fire station upgrades ambulances with latest technology

Roy City Fire and Rescue Station 31 replaced its aging fleet with two new ambulances. And on Saturday, KSL got an inside look at the new ambulances.
30 days ago

Clinton teacher honored with award, $10K grant

For the sixth year in a row, the Heidi Martin: Mighty Heart Educator of Excellence Award was given to a teacher in the Davis School District.
1 month ago

Officials warn of slick conditions following massive winter storm

Crews are working to clear roads, but even those that appear to be cleared may be covered in ice.
1 month ago

Storm buries Tooele with two feet of snow

That storm brought several inches of snow to many parts of Utah but in Tooele, the white stuff was measured in feet.
1 month ago

UDOT started preparing early for Tuesday’s winter storm

Ahead of what it expected to be a big winter storm for most of the state, the Utah Department of Transportation planned to work overnight Tuesday.
1 month ago

SLC Airport sees record number of passengers following All-Star Weekend

Between NBA All-Star weekend, skiing season, and a holiday, the Salt Lake City International Airport is seeing a big boom in passengers.
1 month ago

NBA All-Stars camp focuses on the mental health of athletes

Aside from all the conditioning, training and games, there’s a whole other kind of preparation that goes into an athlete’s best self that starts with one’s mind.
1 month ago

Wives Assoc. and SLC junior league to deliver 1,200 meals this weekend

PACKED WITH LOVE: 1,200 meals will go to 6 local organizations across #SaltLakeCity. 💕
1 month ago

Bill to dismantle Unified Police Department gets pushback from both sides

HB374, a proposed bill that would do away with the Unified Police Department, is getting pushback from both sides.
1 month ago

UPDATE: Police arrest 14-year-old accused of shooting, killing teen

Salt Lake City police are searching for 14-year-old Kaydyn Christensen, who is accused of shooting and killing another teenager over the weekend. 
1 month ago

Utah’s outdoor recreation industry featured at state Capitol

The Utah Division of Outdoor Recreation along with local outdoor organizations and brands set up at the Capitol as part of Outdoor Recreation Day on the Hill.
2 months ago

‘Sherry Black bill’ would expand DNA testing options for law enforcement

Several topics were discussed at the state Capitol Thursday morning, including a bill that would expand what can be used in investigations.
2 months ago

FBI warns about spike in financial sextortion crimes against youth

The FBI is putting out a warning to families as they’re seeing criminals have found a new target in our youth: financial sextortion.
2 months ago