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.

Ogden man arrested on suspicion of years of sexual abuse of a child

A man was arrested on suspicion of child sex abuse that he admitted went on repeatedly for two to three years, according to police. Juan Castro, 26, was booked into the Weber County Correctional Facility Thursday
6 days ago

Utah Legislature formally censures school board member Natalie Cline

Utah's House has drafted a formal censure of Natalie Cline for her social media post of high school students on Feb. 6 that has drawn criticism from many of Utah's politicians.
8 days ago

7-month-old boy dies in Magna hospital after apparent accidental drowning

A child died in Magna Wednesday, in what detectives are investigating as an accidental drowning.
8 days ago

Man arrested in connection to a house fire that killed 9 puppies

A man who was pulled from a burning house told police he intentionally started the fire and knew the nine puppies killed were in the house when he started the blaze.
9 days ago

Cox, Henderson denounce behavior of school board member Natalie Cline

Gov. Spencer Cox and Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson condemned the behavior of Utah School Board Member Natalie Cline Wednesday night.
15 days ago

Vacant building burns in Murray near cemetery

A fire in a vacant building on Vine Street blazed has closed 5400 South while fire crews battle the blaze.
15 days ago

2 dead, another critically injured in crash that closed US 191 south of Moab

One woman is dead and two other people were critically injured after a collision on U.S. Highway 191 just south of Moab.
16 days ago

Truck and train collision closes Main Street in Lehi

A train and truck collision has closed portions of Main Street in Lehi Wednesday night. Police said at approximately 8:40 p.m. that the street would be closed "for some time."
22 days ago

Man who died saving woman from icy reservoir was a Salt Lake County deputy

The man who died Monday while rescuing a woman who fell through ice at Settlement Canyon Reservoir was a deputy with the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office, and his final act was pushing the woman out of the water.
22 days ago

Cox signs bills to replace diversity offices and regulate transgender bathroom use

Gov. Spencer Cox signed six bills Tuesday, including the transgender bathroom bill and the bill to replace diversity, equity and inclusion offices in Utah's public schools.
23 days ago

As Sundance films head to mainstream audiences, themes of family emerge in award winners

As the dust settled from the just ended Sundance Film Festival, themes emerged from the storytelling while sales reports mean mean some of the top films will be available for general audiences either streaming or in theaters.
24 days ago

Layton adds new narcotic-sniffing dog to police force

A new German-speaking recruit has emerged from training to join the Layton City Police Department.
28 days ago

‘Super/Man’ documentary highlights touching, intimate life of Christopher Reeve and his family

"Super/Man: The Christopher Reeve Story," is part of the 2024 edition of Utah-hosted Sundance Film Festival, kicked off the Salt Lake City portion of the internationally renowned fest at the Rose Wagner Theater.
29 days ago

Motorcyclist killed in Murray collision, driver facing DUI charges

A man is dead after the motorcycle he was riding collided with a car Tuesday evening.
1 month ago

Utah produced ‘Ninety-Five Senses,’ gets Oscar nomination for Best Animated Short

Utah had a lot to celebrate with Tuesday's announcement that short film "Ninety-Five Senses" was one of five animated short films nominated for an Academy Award.
1 month ago

Gunfire rings out in downtown Salt Lake City, no injuries reported

SALT LAKE CITY — Gunfire was reported in downtown Salt Lake City, though no injuries have been reported. The investigation into the reported gun shots, in the area of 400 South and 300 West, found evidence of gunfire, according to Salt Lake police. No arrested have been made and as officers process the scene of […]
1 month ago

With an opening weekend loaded with celebrities, Utah’s Sundance fest moves toward second half

The first weekend of the Sundance Film Festival traditionally brings the stars, camera and media focus. What remains on Monday is a festival that continues to screen films in Park City and Salt Lake City through the weekend and tends to take on a bit more local feeling, with awards and sales and headlines still to come.
1 month ago

Gov. Cox praises Utah, urges it to ‘stay weird’ in State of The State Address

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox said his goal is to make Utah the best state to live in the United States and said a lack of affordable housing is the biggest problem the state faces. He praised the state for a list of accomplishments, discussed some controversy and urged it to "stay weird."
1 month ago

Salt Lake man charged with murder threatened to bash victim’s head in, police say

A man will be held without bail and is charged with first-degree murder after police say he killed a man with blows to the head, possibly with a hammer. Nathan David Evans, 41, faces a felony charge of abuse or desecration of a human body to go along with the murder charge.
1 month ago

Sundance Film Festival names top 10 films from its 40-year Utah history

As the Sundance Film Festival starts screenings this week, it’s taking a look at some of the films that made it the leading independent film festival in the U.S. and one of the key film festivals in the world, as it turns 40.
1 month ago

UPDATE: Police find 73-year-old man who lives in the Avenues

A 73-year-old man is missing and Salt Lake police are asking for help locating him.
1 month ago

A week before Sundance begins in Park City and Salt Lake, individual tickets now on sale

With the 40th version of the Sundance Film Festival less than a week away, single-film tickets are now on sale for screenings in Salt Lake City and Park City.
1 month ago

WEATHER ALERT: Utah resorts delay openings as avalanche danger remains high

Wednesday saw another in a series of storms plow through northern Utah, leaving behind slick roads and rising snow totals in Utah valleys and mountains. Behind it left difficult road conditions.
1 month ago

Townhomes evacuated until carbon monoxide source found to be car idling in garage

In the midst of some Utah winter weather Wednesday night, up to six electrically heated townhomes were evacuated after high carbon monoxide readings were found, according to the Weber Fire District.
1 month ago