The All-Stars are expected to bring some big names to Salt Lake City, including basketball legends like Charles Barkley and Shaquille O’Neill. But you can also expect to see some of the biggest names in snowboarding.
KSL NewsRadio and TV, together with FM100.3 and 103.5 The Arrow have teamed up to raise more money for the kids being served by the hospital than ever before! Listen and watch for compelling stories, interviews with patients, families and hospital staff. We’ll share the story of this incredible hospital and the hundreds of amazing […]
PARK CITY, Utah — Wheelchair users, friends, and families are invited to Woodward skate parks Saturday, September 24 for Wheelchair Palooza. Wheelchair users can learn how to skate and find community, with a special tricks performance by Aaron Fotheringham, also known as “Wheelz,” from action sport collective Nitro Circus. The event is sponsored by Challenged […]
The Uintah High Marching Band and Orchestra will be marching in the annual Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade in Oahu, Hawaii this December 7 to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
The University of Utah’s MUSE (My Signature U Experience) program announced its first national guest for the 2022 year, George Takei. Takei played Lieutenant Sulu on the original “Star Trek” and is a noted activist for Asian-American and LGBT rights. He will be speaking at the U on Jan. 27, 2022 at Kingsbury Hall. Takei’s […]
It's been proven, kids are empowered through Music and Art Therapies to manage pain, express emotion, and keep a positive attitude during a hospital stay. As part of KSL’s Primary Children's Give-A-Thon campaign, we met a patient named Sophia who has benefited from both Dance and Music Therapy at the hospital.
SALT LAKE CITY – Harper Morgan was at a family holiday party when her grandmother and aunt asked Harper’s mom, Cora Morgan, if Harper Morgan was okay because she looked pale. Cora Morgan said she couldn’t shake the feeling and called the doctor from the party. “He asked if we wanted to do a blood […]
The fastest climbers in the world went head-to-head at the World Cup of Climbing in Salt Lake City over the weekend. Both spectators and athletes said the crowd, the cheers and the atmosphere made it feel like things were almost normal again.