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.

Darrell Brown to retire as Bonneville president, Tanya Vea will helm company

SALT LAKE CITY — President of Bonneville International Corporation, Darrell Brown, announced his retirement Thursday, scheduled beginning in August 2023. Tanya Vea will be Bonneville’s new President and Chief Operating officer starting Aug. 1. Brown started as president of Bonneville in December of 2013. During his tenure helming the broadcast company, it acquired four stations […]
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Discovered body identified as missing Utah father

Human remains found Monday have been positively identified as a Mapleton father who was last seen in January. The body was confirmed to be Austin Madsen.
5 hours ago

Bat found in Salt Lake tests positive for rabies

With the discovery of a bat in Salt Lake City with rabies, health officials are reminding people to avoid contact with bats and other wild animals.
7 hours ago

Utah teen charged with manslaughter in rollover crash that killed his friend

A 14-year-old boy has been charged with manslaughter in connection with a rollover crash that killed one of his friends.
1 day ago

Location of new North Carolina temple released

The location of the Charlotte North Carolina Temple has been released, just months after it was announced.
1 day ago

Arizona man killed, 2 children hurt, after car hits rock wall near Mexican Hat

An Arizona driver was killed when he took a sharp turn too fast and struck a rock wall in a single-car collision near Mexican Hat.
1 day ago

Salt Lake councilwoman announces resignation after DUI

After an arrest on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, a member of the Salt Lake City Council announced she is stepping down.
2 days ago

Granite School District to offer summer lunches for children

Children 18 and under will have free summer lunches provided at Granite School District locations.
2 days ago

Kamas lifts boil order after E. coli scare

Residents of Kamas in Utah's Summit County have been ordered to boil water for all uses.
5 days ago

Man extradited from Mexico to Utah to face charges for murder of Gaby Ramos

A man suspected of killing a Utah woman has been extradited from Mexico City and booked into the Salt Lake County Jail. Manuel Omar Burciaga-Perea, 36, arrived in Utah Friday in the custody of U.S. Marshals.
5 days ago

Lori Daybell’s defense team files for new murder trial

The legal team for convicted murderer Lori Vallow Daybell filed paperwork Thursday for a new trial.
6 days ago

Man having heart attack crashes into Kearns home

A 60-year-old man suffering a heart attack crashed into power boxes and a home Friday, hours after a Utah teen drove into a home and killed a person.
6 days ago

Utah man climbs back to road for help after crash off cliff and 200 foot rolling descent

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Utah — A man survived a rollover crash off a cliff, and rolling 200 feet down a steep incline, before climbing injured back to the road for help. The man was taken to a hospital by ambulance, but the extent of his injuries and his current condition is not clear according to the […]
6 days ago

Man arrested after shooting injures one in St. George

One person was wounded and another was arrested after a shooting Saturday evening in St. George.
11 days ago

Fatal crash closes Spanish Fork Canyon

A crash in Spanish Fork Canyon has claimed at least one life and significantly slowed traffic. The crash, at milepost 180, closed traffic in both directions for a time.
13 days ago

Lori Daybell indicted for conspiracy to kill man who testified against her

Lori Vallow Daybell, already convicted of multiple murders, now faces a new charge in Arizona: conspiracy to commit first degree murder.
15 days ago

Defense attacks Lori Vallow Daybell’s husband and brother in closing

In the final minutes of the trial of Lori Vallow Daybell, the defense, for the first time, stated its case of why the mother of two dead children is not guilty of their murders.
21 days ago

FBI details salacious texts between Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell

In the very beginning of its opening arguments, the prosecution in the Lori Vallow Daybell case said her trial for multiple murders was about "money, power and sex." Friday, with an former FBI special agent on the stand, that claim was enforced
27 days ago

Friend testifies Lori Vallow Daybell threatened to kill, cut up and bury her

A former friend, in bombshell testimony, said Lori Vallow Daybell threatened to kill, cut up and "bury me where no one would ever find me."
29 days ago

Child struck, critically injured by tractor near Coalville

A tractor hit a 5-year-old boy who darted into the road, critically injuring the child.
1 month ago

Victim’s grandfather says evidence ‘unequivocal’ in Lori Vallow Daybell trial

As Lori Vallow Daybell entered the fifth week of her trial facing charges of first-degree murder, a victim's grandfather, Larry Woodcock, said the documentation in the case is "unequivocal."
1 month ago

Utah’s ME testifies Tammy Daybell was restrained in hours around her killing

Utah's chief medical examiner testified in Idaho today that Tammy Daybell was restrained around the time of her death and was killed by asphyxiation in late 2019.
1 month ago

Lori Vallow Daybell’s DNA used as evidence for first time in her murder trial

For the first time, Lori Vallow Daybell's DNA has been entered as evidence into her murder trial. A hair found attached to adhesive that is understood — but not clearly stated in court — to be part of the layers of tape found with her son JJ Vallow's body was tested and found to be a match for her.
1 month ago

Salt Lake County wants you ‘runoff ready’ as temperatures head well above normal

SALT LAKE CITY — Are you runoff ready? Salt Lake County says preparing for spring runoff, after a record amount of snow in Utah’s mountains, starts today. As temperatures warm up this week, prep-time might pass as high mountain and city temperatures bring water fast from Utah’s runoff. Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson declared […]
1 month ago