Lindsay Aerts

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Lindsay Aerts is a former anchor, reporter and producer for KSL NewsRadio who now reports for KSL TV.

Plan for updating Abravanel Hall estimated to cost hundreds of millions

Estimates for updating Abravanel Hall, home of the Utah Symphony, are estimated to cost over $200 million.
11 hours ago

Dead foxes and squirrels puzzle Millcreek neighborhood

A neighborhood in Millcreek is puzzled by some strange things happening with foxes and squirrels where they live.
3 days ago

Utah’s primary debates begin June 10

The Utah Debate Commission will host its series of local and federal primary debates starting June 10 ahead of Utah’s primary election on June 25.
5 days ago

Trump and Biden plan to skip October presidential debate in Utah

A planned presidential debate in October at the University of Utah is in serious jeopardy of officially being called off.
5 days ago

Utah school districts working to prioritize what stays when COVID relief money runs dry

Utah's school districts are working to figure out how they will continue to pay for programs propped up by COVID-19 relief funds.
6 days ago

Gov. Cox recalls heroic actions of four officers on day of Sgt. Bill Hooser’s death

Four additional Utah officers are being hailed as heroes for their actions the day that Santaquin Police Sgt. Bill Hooser died.
7 days ago

‘His intent was to be funny’ Idaho prosecutor says in decision not to charge in U of U Women’s Basketball case

The Coeur D'Alene City Deputy Attorney said the 18-year-old accused of yelling racial slurs at the University of Utah Women's basketball team never meant any physical harm over his comments.
11 days ago

Restaurants in Delta Center revitalization zone hopeful about more customers

With plans to renovate the area around the Delta Center, nearby businesses say they're hopeful the plans will bring in more customers.
12 days ago

‘Sports, entertainment, culture and convention’: Group vows on plan to revitalize downtown SLC

The Smith Entertainment Group is vowing that its revitalization project downtown will be a “sports, entertainment, culture and convention” district, not just an arena rebuild as Salt Lake City weighs a sales tax increase to help fund it.
13 days ago

Utah County police agencies help fill the shifts of Santaquin Police Department after officer death

In the wake of the death of Sgt. Bill Hooser on Sunday, several Utah County police agencies are working to fill the shifts of the Santaquin Police Department and staff. 
14 days ago

University of Utah is not allowing protesters to disrupt graduation ceremonies

The University of Utah is taking some extra security measures for graduation amid threats of another protest on campus.
18 days ago

Utahns are ‘fed up and priced out,’ new Utah survey finds

The study conducted by the Utah Foundation reveals that housing affordability and politicians ignoring voters are the top two concerns among Utahns.
20 days ago

Holladay family scrambling to find new housing after neighboring house was destroyed by ancient dynamite

A Holladay family is in limbo after their neighbor's house was exploded by "ancient dynamite" found inside. 
21 days ago

Only chimney remains after Utah house containing old dynamite, detonated in Holladay

A chimney and the smell of smoke was all that remained of a home in Holladay Wednesday after a significant amount of old dynamite was discovered inside.
26 days ago

Utah State Board of Education clarifies districts are in charge of bathroom law implementation

The Utah State Board of Education is clarifying that it's up to school districts to decide how they implement a new bathroom law in schools that requires students to use the bathroom of their gender assigned at birth
27 days ago

Payson police investigate threats after viral ‘furry’ outrage at Mt. Nebo Middle School

Payson police are investigating serious threats against school officials and even students in the Mt. Nebo School District. 
28 days ago

Natalie Cline loses reelection bid at Salt Lake County GOP Convention

Natalie Cline has lost in her reelction bid to remain on the Utah State Board of Education.
1 month ago

Salt Lake County libraries remove late fees for kids and teens

At a Thursday ceremony at the Granite branch, Salt Lake County leaders highlighted that county libraries will no longer charge late fees on books, music, and movies for kids and teens.
1 month ago

Salt Lake County Republicans will decide the political future of Natalie Cline

A few hundred Republicans in Salt Lake County will decide the political future of Utah State Board of Education member Natalie Cline during county convention on Saturday.
1 month ago

Spanish Fork Republican candidate for state Senate disqualified as incumbent senator threatens lawsuit

A Republican senator is threatening a lawsuit claiming the Utah County Republican Party wasted his time and resources on a race that ultimately ended with his opponent being disqualified.
1 month ago

Lehi school resource officer, middle schooler prevented Utah student’s planned suicide

The Alpine School district said a seventh grader who brought a gun to his Lehi middle school last November, planned to take his own life. A school resource officer and a fellow student stepped in.
1 month ago

Man killed while changing tire on I-15 was working to get family to US from Venezuela, brother says

The family of a Pleasant Grove man killed while changing a tire on Interstate 15 last week says they have a void in their lives. 
1 month ago

Salt Lake City police defend not arresting Ahn Pham after initial hit and run case

The Salt Lake Police Department is defending itself in the case of the man accused of a string of hit-and-runs in the city and questions about why Pham wasn't arrested after the initial hit-and-run last August. 
2 months ago

BYU wins National Collegiate Landscaping Competition for 5th time in 6 years

The BYU Cougars claimed have claimed their fifth National Collegiate Landscaping Competition in six years.
2 months ago