Larry D. Curtis

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A veteran of Utah news, Larry has worked in Salt Lake City and Utah for decades. He has deep experience with print, television and digital publications and has had his work appear coast-to-coat and around the world for digital audiences. He leads the digital team at KSL TV, emphasizing local content but with an eye on the nation and the world with a soft spot for entertainment. Larry has been the Executive Producer of Digital Content for KSL TV since 2021.

Motorcyclist killed in head-on crash in Little Cottonwood Canyon

A car crash in Little Cottonwood Canyon killed at least one person Friday night, closing the main road in and out of the canyon.
2 days ago

Relic stolen from Salt Lake City’s Cathedral of the Madeleine, reward offered for return

A reward of $1,000 is on offer for the return of a relic stolen from the Cathedral of the Madeleine.
2 days ago

Fire closes I-15 entrance in Layton, delays trains, thousands without power

A grass fire near the freeway has closed the Layton Parkway entrance to southbound Interstate 15.
2 days ago

Ukraine’s Zelenskyy to attend national governor’s meeting in Salt Lake City

Utah's Gov. Spencer Cox welcomed Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to Utah and the National Governors Association meeting Friday in Salt Lake City.
3 days ago

SLC Council votes to endorse downtown redevelopment plan with tax increase

The Salt Lake City Council voted Tuesday to recommend the proposed downtown redevelopment zone that brings a 0.5% city tax increase to partially fund the proposal.
5 days ago

Update: Evacuation lifted in Garden City neighborhood

A Garden City neighborhood is being evacuated in a quarter-mile radius around a propane leak.
9 days ago

UPDATE: Wanted man apprehended in Midvale after evacuations

Police have apprehended a man wanted on a federal warrant in Midvale after roads were closed and some people were evacuated from the area.
11 days ago

Judge temporarily blocks Biden administration’s restoration of transgender health protections

A federal district court judge has temporarily halted parts of a nondiscrimination rule that would have kept insurers and medical professionals from denying hormone therapy, gender transition surgeries and similar medical care for transgender people.
11 days ago

Salt Lake and Smith Entertainment Group downtown plan includes ticket fees, contract terms revealed

The contract proposed by the Smith Entertainment Group and Salt Lake City to create a revitalization zone sets money aside from every ticket sold at the Delta Center to be handed back to the city. Highlights of the proposed contract were revealed Tuesday afternoon.
12 days ago

James Brenner sentenced to 1-to-15 years for the murder of Dylan Rounds

James Brenner — who pleaded guilty to the murder of Utah teen Dylan Rounds — has been sentenced
13 days ago

Man found dead on Bonneville Salt Flats

A 55-year-old man was found dead on the Bonneville Salt Flats after a family member reported him missing.
16 days ago

Mudslide closed Arches National Park, roads flooded in Moab

Weather has struck Grand County again, this time closing the entrance to Arches National Park and flooding some roads in nearby Moab.
17 days ago

Several in Church youth group injured in lightning strike

In central Utah, multiple people were injured after a lightning strike Thursday.
17 days ago

Flash flood warnings issued for area near Capitol Reef, I-70 in Emery County

A flash flood warning has been issued for a portion of southwestern Utah near Capitol Reef National Park.
17 days ago

1 teen, 2 guns recovered after traffic stop on suspected stolen car in Kearns

One teen was taken into custody, and two guns were collected by police in Kearns after a traffic stop
30 days ago

Justice Department says Phoenix police violated rights. Here are some cases that drew criticism

Phoenix police use unjustified deadly force, discriminate against people of color and routinely violate the rights of homeless people, the Justice Department said in announcing the results of a sweeping civil rights investigation.
1 month ago

Hogle Zoo names newest gorilla in troop

Hogle Zoo has announced that the newest member of its gorilla troop is named Addo.
1 month ago

Utah issued its first Red Flag Warning of the year

Low humidity and high winds prompted Utah Fire Info to release its first Red Flag Warning of the year for Utah.
1 month ago

Sundance offers free film festival screenings to Utah audiences in July

Many associate the Sundance Film Festival with snowy streets in the annual winter film festival, but Utahns will have a chance to see free screenings, including outdoors, in July.
1 month ago

Police: Man arrested for assault at Salt Lake airport tried to grab officer’s gun

A man arrested for assault at the Salt Lake City International Airport Sunday tried to grab a police officer's gun and succeeded in grabbing a Taser while officers tried to subdue him, police said.
1 month ago

Public input wanted for San Rafael Swell travel management plan

A travel management plan for the San Rafael Swell in central Utah covers a lot of ground with a lot of trails and offers four plans, each with a different emphasis.
1 month ago

UPDATE: Police say missing Sandy woman was found ‘safe and sound’

Victoria Veit, 31, was last seen at approximately 9 p.m. near Civic Center Drive and Monroe on Wednesday and police are asking for the public's help locating her.
1 month ago

Chad Daybell to appeal to verdict and death penalty, gets public defender

While former Chad Guy Daybell lives in Idaho's prison system, his attorney filed a notice of appeal and also filed a motion to appoint a public defender after his conviction for three murders.
1 month ago

Woman dead after single-car crash on Old Highway 91

A woman is dead after a single-car crash on Old Highway 91 in southern Utah.
1 month ago