Matt Rascon

UHP cracks down on unsafe drivers along I-15

Utah Highway Patrol troopers were out in force Wednesday, to remind drivers to slow down along a stretch of I-15 known for its speeding.
2 days ago

Why court proceedings in Aaron Lowe murder case were postponed nine times

One year after the death of University of Utah football player Aaron Lowe on September 26, 2021, prosecutors continue to pour over digital evidence and the case against his accused killer continues to get pushed back in court.
4 days ago

New stained-glass window shows Lehi won’t forget its fallen officer

A new stained-glass window at Lehi City’s public safety building honors the legacy of the police department and its only officer killed in the line of duty.
7 days ago

KSL+: Electricity is finally running to Westwater

After decades of darkness and empty promises, the lights are finally on in the Navajo (Dine) community of Westwater—one of the last places in the country to receive electricity.
8 days ago

Fire damages 10 cars in UVU parking lot

Fire investigators determined an engine malfunction was to blame in a fire that destroyed three cars and damaged several others in a parking lot at the Utah Valley University campus over the weekend.
10 days ago

Hiker with flip-flops grateful to be alive after fall at Bridal Veil Falls

A man who fell more than 30 feet while climbing Bridal Veil Falls with flip-flops is recovering from a broken back and said he is grateful to be alive.
10 days ago

Small Navajo Nation community gets electricity in their neighborhood

A small Navajo community in San Juan County celebrated a major milestone Friday, bringing electricity to dozens of people who for decades have struggled for access to basic necessities like power and water.
13 days ago

KSL+: The ins and outs of the student debt crisis and the plan to forgive

This week we dive into the student debt crisis, the president’s plan to forgive loans, and who it impacts.
15 days ago

Gov Cox signs letter to president, opposing student loan plan

Governor Spencer Cox is among 22 Republican governors who signed a letter to President Joe Biden, calling on him to withdraw his student loan forgiveness plan.
17 days ago

BYU reverses ban on fan after investigation into volleyball match with Duke

BYU said it had found no evidence to corroborate allegations of racist heckling at the women’s volleyball match with Duke University Friday, capping off an internal investigation into the incident.
21 days ago

KSL+: Is a gondola the right answer?

The decision is here. After years of research and public comment, UDOT is recommending a gondola to solve the canyon’s transportation problems.
22 days ago

Kearns taco restaurant plans to reopen soon after repairs from attic fire

A restaurant in Kearns remained closed Thursday and the owners were left with cleanup after a fire broke out in the attic of Tacos El Olvido the night before.
22 days ago

Utah to receive millions from e-cigarette Juul settlement

E-cigarette maker Juul Labs will pay nearly $440 million to Utah and 33 other states and territories following a two-year investigation into the company’s marketing practices that included targeting youth.
23 days ago

Uber driver loses week of earnings after ‘imposter scam’ call

A ride-share driver warns others of a scam that emptied his wallet while claiming to be customer support.
24 days ago

NASA scientist takes to the skies to search for clues of meteor origin

Weeks after a meteorite tore through our skies -- people are still combing for souvenirs, but one of those rock hunters isn't searching for where they ended up.
27 days ago

KSL+ : Hunting for meteorites

On August 13, a meteor shot across the sky over Utah, scattering rocks around the Tooele Valley and bringing in so-called meteorite hunters.
29 days ago

Davis School District works to keep students cool during heat wave

As temperatures climbed into the upper 90’s Tuesday, fans and swamp coolers lined the hallways and classrooms at a school in the Davis School District.
1 month ago

BYU athletic director condemns racism at women’s volleyball game

Students returned to BYU for the first day of class Monday, amid fallout over what school officials call racism at a women’s volleyball game against Duke University.
1 month ago

New Porter Rockwell bridge to connect I-15 and Redwood Rd in Bluffdale

A new bridge and stretch of road is expected to open to drivers, pedestrians and cyclists in Bluffdale Friday afternoon, offering residents a faster and more convenient commute between the west and east sides of the city.
1 month ago

KSL+: Lessons from the pandemic in the classroom

There is cautious optimism heading into a new school year after two and a half years full of interruptions and uncertainty.
1 month ago

Hyatt Regency in downtown Salt Lake nears completion

If you've been to downtown Salt Lake City recently, you've surely seen the construction of a new hotel connected to the Salt Palace Convention Center.
1 month ago

Back to school is a good time to update vaccines for children

As students head back to the classroom, state health officials reminded parents that it's a good time to make sure their kids are up-to-date on vaccines.
1 month ago

Jordan School District opens new elementary school

Only one road will take you to Oak Leaf Elementary and it’s not on the map. The campus sits in the middle of the field a few blocks from a neighborhood on the edge of Herriman City
1 month ago

Thousands of students return to school in Alpine School District

The Alpine School District readies itself to welcome its 85,000 students back to the classroom.
1 month ago