Mike Anderson

One expert says branding a NHL team this fast is a monumental task

The timeline for Utah's new NHL team is rapidly approaching for the 23-24 hockey season, and some marketing experts say the new owners have a huge task ahead. 
22 hours ago

Fake lottery scam targets truckers in northern Utah

Police in Willard are asking for help finding the people behind a scam and robbery targeting truckers.
2 days ago

Garbage from a Logan landfill is blowing into nearby farmland

Farmers on the far north end of Cache County say the nearby landfill is causing frequent problems for them as garbage gets blown over and sometimes through the fence.
3 days ago

Large amounts of water sent to Great Salt Lake ahead of spring runoff

While Utah did not have a record water year this year, water managers say there is so much water that some is being sent into the Great Salt Lake.
4 days ago

Firefighters burn invasive phragmites in Ogden Bay

Crews started to burn 2,000 acres of invasive phragmites in the Ogden Bay Wildlife Management Area Friday.
8 days ago

Cache Valley tackles suicide and sextortion with students

The North Park Police Chief is hoping to get through to teens and their parents on two important topics: suicide and sextortion.
9 days ago

Dylan Rounds’ mother says finding his remains brings needed closure

The family of Dylan Rounds, who disappeared nearly two years ago, say they're finally starting to get some closure after his presumed remains were found on Tuesday.
10 days ago

University of Utah professor helps refugees discover wonders of science

A professor at the University of Utah is putting the focus of his research on helping refugees get involved in science.
11 days ago

Donor gives rare collector items to Cache Valley charity auction

A guitar signed by Taylor Swift is just one of many unique items for sale by a Cache Valley charity. But this auction wouldn't have been possible if it wasn't for one donor. 
12 days ago

High schoolers excited for sanctioned esports

Big news for young gamers! The Utah High School Activities Association will soon officially sanction high school esports teams.
16 days ago

Bear Lake State Park is opening new areas to keep up with growth

State park managers for both sides of Bear Lake are preparing for the crowds that continue to grow every year with a new beach and renovated campsites.
17 days ago

Rise in measles outbreaks draws concern among Utah doctors

The number of measles cases is on the rise. We're already seeing more outbreaks across the U-S this year than in all of 2023.
18 days ago

Easter storm brings a big boost for ski resorts as skiers hit the slopes

The gloomy, wet Easter Sunday turned into a solid ski day Monday at some of Utah's resorts.
19 days ago

Here’s why there’s a looming chocolate shortage

There's no end in sight for a major chocolate shortage, and you may start to see it as a consumer in more ways than one.
22 days ago

Air Quality Summit puts focus on Utah air pollution and solutions

Many of the researchers who study Utah's air pollution problems are sharing what they've found while working to find solutions during Thursday's Air Quality Summit.
23 days ago

A single text stirs political fallout in Cache County election

A text message is blowing up into a whole lot of political fallout in Cache County.
24 days ago

‘Tech Hers’ event shows girls they can seek careers stereotypically for boys

The Davis School District is making a special effort to keep girls interested in tech fields.
25 days ago

Program to clean up diesel polluters in Utah is not being used

Davis County health officials said a program that fixes diesel vehicles with removed or tampered emissions controls is not being used.
26 days ago

Anonymous donation sends Utah junior high robotics team to world championship

A robotics team at North Davis Junior High is headed to the World Championship.
29 days ago

One kid’s good deed helps many orphans find families

An orphan now has a home, thanks to a Kaysville seven-year-old who gave up her trip to Disneyland.
30 days ago

Workers dredge sediment in ponds along Logan River for better containment

As workers clean up last year's runoff that impacted the Logan River, they are implementing new changes to help contain sediment and prevent future flooding.
1 month ago

Ogden wildlife rehabilitation center relocates to temporary smaller space

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah is getting into a smaller, temporary space
1 month ago

Sewage floods North Ogden family basement. Who pays for it?

A North Ogden family is stuck with the bill after sewage flooded their basement.
1 month ago

Weber State researchers study impact of esports on physical, cognitive abilities

Weber State University has a new lab to used to study the impact of esports, physically and mentally.
1 month ago