Shelby Lofton

Expert breaks down how far someone can legally go to protect their Utah property

A tense interaction between a snowboarder and a Brighton man has started conversation on Utah's trespassing laws, and now an expert is weighing in.
21 hours ago

Utah Avalanche Center opens new rescue skills training park close to Salt Lake City

The Utah Avalanche Center opened a new beacon training park at Pinebrook on Sunday, the closest park to Salt Lake City.
3 days ago

Life coaching regulations under consideration following Hildebrandt case

A bill regulating life coaching programs in Utah is on hold to give the Utah Division of Professional Licensing more time to study the profession.
6 days ago

Long-term therapy expected for Ruby Franke, Jodi Hildebrandt’s young victims

After their mother, Ruby Franke, and previous counselor Jodi Hildebrandt were sentenced for aggravated child abuse, it's expected the Franke children will need long-term therapy to heal from the trauma they've endured.
7 days ago

Ruby Franke and Jodi Hildebrandt to be sentenced Tuesday, possible for victims to speak

Ruby Franke and Jodi Hildebrandt will be sentenced on Tuesday after they each pleaded guilty to four counts of aggravated child abuse.
9 days ago

2 people avoid serious injury after their vehicle goes off the highway in Little Cottonwood Canyon

Unified Police say two adult males avoided serious injury Sunday night after the vehicle they were riding in slid off the highway in Little Cottonwood Canyon.
10 days ago

The Boob Bus’s mission is to improve Utah’s mammogram rate

A high number of Utah women don't get mammograms and a genetic counselor at the University of Utah is trying to change that.
13 days ago

Utah’s Tracy Aviary creating love stories for endangered kea, who like to choose life partners

Tracy Aviary is protecting an endangered species by cultivating pairs of lovebirds, the Kea bird.
14 days ago

Utah family business made flag featured at Super Bowl

A family-owned business in Sandy made it to the international stage. 
16 days ago

BYU psychologist explains impact of controversial post on teen student-athlete

The parents of the 16-year-old girl at the center of a controversial social media post about her appearance told KSL they expect this situation will impact their daughter for some time.
20 days ago

Parents of female student-athlete at the center of controversy call on school board member to resign

The parents of a female student-athlete are calling on board member Natalie Cline to resign after she posted insinuating their daughter was a boy, yielding hateful comments.
21 days ago

‘It’s pretty irregular’: Bountiful hit by multiple water leaks

Some people living in Bountiful went without running water for more than a day and a half.
22 days ago

‘We should all be concerned’: Gov. Cox details trip to US-Mexico border

After a trip to the southern border with 14 other Republican governors, Utah Gov. Spencer Cox detailed his experience in Texas, calling the border crisis a public safety issue.
24 days ago

Survey results show what Utahns think and know about domestic violence, sexual assault and harassment

The Utah Women & Leadership Project surveyed men and women statewide to gather data on their perceptions, attitudes, and beliefs surrounding issues that especially impact women.
27 days ago

Salt Lake City Fire Department launches e-bike team at the airport

In collaboration with the Salt Lake City International Airport, the Salt Lake City Fire Department is rolling out a new team to respond to emergencies.
1 month ago

Parents express concern about sending students back to school after carbon monoxide exposures

Some families at Canyon View Middle School said they haven't yet decided if they will send their student back to school Wednesday when in-person classes resume.
1 month ago

Avalanche expert explains how to measure slope angles

Experts are advising Utahns to stick to slopes that are 30 degrees or less while avalanche danger remains high in most of the state's canyons.
1 month ago

Animal sanctuary needs hay to help feed, keep animals warm

Animals living in a Utah County sanctuary are feeling the bite of the cold.
1 month ago

New center provides warm space for teens who don’t have hot meals, dry clothes, heat

A new teen center is scheduled to open before the start of the 2024-25 school year for students in Davis County without homes, dry clothes, and other necessities.
2 months ago

Airport says no security changes needed after man found dead in airplane engine last week

Salt Lake City Department of Airports officials outlined security measures taken during an incident where a Park City man used an emergency exit door to access the airfield and later died after being found inside the cowling of an airplane engine last week.
2 months ago

Recent Utah carbon monoxide scares are an important reminder to get furnaces checked

After a series of carbon monoxide scares in Utah the last few weeks, awareness and concern are growing as temperatures drop and furnaces are on full blast.
2 months ago

Sandy grocery store evacuated after carbon monoxide detected

A Smith’s grocery store was evacuated on Sunday morning after a group of firefighters were grocery shopping and were asked to look into an unusual smell.
2 months ago

New public art piece in the Marmalade District is sparking conversation

A new 18-foot art piece in Salt Lake City has people asking, "Why an apricot?"
2 months ago

Foundation that helps students, teachers in need asks for help after break-in

Thousands of dollars worth of toys and clothing for kids in need were stolen from the Granite Education Foundation's donation and distribution center on Christmas Eve.
2 months ago