Brittany Glas

FILE - Eli Carter-Smith and his first grade class at Dilworth Elementary were glad to be back in th...
Brittany Glas & Emiley Dewey, KSL TV

Experts Sound Warning As Utah Student Vaccination Rates Show Troubling Trend

The KSL Investigators found COVID-19 intensified vaccine challenges and exemption rates for student immunizations, and that has experts worried about potential future outbreaks.
2 years ago
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Autism, Special Needs Police Training Bill All But Official

A new law meant to better train police officers about special needs and invisible disabilities is on its way to the governor's desk for his signature.
2 years ago
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KSL Investigates Bill Aimed To Combat Utah Housing Boom, Affordability

A Utah lawmaker has proposed a solution to speed up home building in Utah, but critics say it may ultimately hurt homebuyers.
2 years ago
The Saiga 12 fully automatic weapon Greg Rogers sold to William Wolf as an undercover agent...
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Domestic Extremists: KSL Investigators Take You Inside An FBI Investigation

Federal investigators acknowledge how difficult it can be to stop a domestic extremist before he or she acts. KSL Investigator Brittany Glas shares an inside look at the steps lawmakers took in one specific case.
2 years ago
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KSL Investigates Critical Training Gaps Leaving Utahns On Autism Spectrum At Risk

Law enforcement officers across Utah tell the KSL Investigators autism is an invisible disability that is difficult to spot without specific training. Do enough of them have that training?
2 years ago
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Federal Judge Orders House Arrest For Utah Activist

John Earle Sullivan, 26, faced a judge for the first time after his arrest and subsequent federal charges in connection to the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.
2 years ago
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Tania Dean & Brittany Glas, KSL TV

KSL Investigates: College Students Put To The (COVID) Test, But Is It Sustainable?

As thousands of college students across the state head back to class in 2021, the possibility of new outbreaks of COVID-19 on university campuses is a real concern.
2 years ago
WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 17: A copy of the U.S. Constitution is propped up in front of the desk of...
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KSL Investigators Explore The 25th Amendment

Could invoking the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution become a reality in President Trump’s final days in office? The KSL Investigators analyze available precedent and reveal once again, this is uncharted territory.
2 years ago
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Brittany Glas & Cindy St. Clair, KSL TV

Are Fetal Cell Lines Used In The COVID-19 Vaccine? KSL Investigates

In an ongoing series on COVID-19 misconceptions, the KSL Investigators separate fact from fiction. What’s in the vaccines? Brittany Glas digs into the ethical background of these drugs.
2 years ago
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KSL Investigates: Does A Rushed Vaccine Make It Less Safe?

Many have expressed worry that a COVID-19 vaccine may not be safe since it was developed much faster than other vaccines. KSL Investigator Brittany Glas breaks down the rush and how it might compare to previous vaccines.
2 years ago
SWAT officers take 31-year-old Ayoola Ajayi into custody on suspicion of the murder of 23-year-old ...
Brittany Glas & Jared Turner, KSL TV

Call Between Police, Ajayi Before Arrest Released To KSL Investigators

A nearly 10-minute phone call between police and the suspect in the disappearance of University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck was among the hundreds of photos, videos and documents released by the Salt Lake City Police Department.
2 years ago
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KSL Investigates: Are COVID-19 Deaths In Utah Inflated?

Are deaths being reported as COVID-caused, even if that’s not actually the case? The KSL Investigators look at the facts vs. fiction in claims around coronavirus deaths.
2 years ago
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Brittany Glas & Cindy St. Clair, KSL TV

KSL Investigates: No, Flu Is Not Worse Than COVID-19

With lots of information about COVID-19 floating around social media, the KSL Investigators look to separate the facts from COVID misconceptions, including the question, “Is the flu really worse than COVID-19?"
2 years ago
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KSL Investigates: Child Predator Tips Jumped 50% In Utah During COVID-19

A KSL Investigation revealed a sharp increase in online child sex crimes in Utah during 2020. Those who investigate these crimes believe the elevated number of child predators with virtual access to kids is due, in part, to COVID-19.
2 years ago
Chanell Price is homeschooling her children, who are in third grade and kindergarten, through an on...
Brittany Glas, KSL TV

New Utah Data Points To Growing Homeschool, Private School Enrollment During COVID-19

Since COVID-19 upended education, Utah public school districts are paying close attention to enrollment data to prepare for a possible cut in state funding next year. KSL Investigator Brittany Glas has an exclusive look at the latest numbers.
2 years ago
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Vote Watch: KSL Investigates Poll Watching Rules

At what point does poll watching become voter intimidation? KSL Investigator Brittany Glas sorts out the rules when it comes to your rights at the polls.
2 years ago
Although voting issues can happen anywhere, rural Utah has a unique set of challenges. The KSL Inve...
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Vote Watch: KSL Investigators Explore Voting Issues In Utah’s Rural Counties

Although voting issues can happen anywhere, rural Utah has a unique set of challenges. The KSL Investigators explore those historical challenges in a special Vote Watch report – less than one week from Election Day 2020.
2 years ago
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KSL Investigates: Gun Background Checks, Sales Skyrocket In Utah

Since Jan. 1, Utah has documented 893,714 federal background checks for people purchasing firearms. That’s 70,000 more than last year. With 2020 on track to rival previous records, KSL investigates what may be propelling the massive increase.
2 years ago
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Brittany Glas & Cindy St. Clair, KSL TV

KSL Investigators Fact Check Utah’s 4th Congressional District Attack Ads

With 21 days to election day, the KSL Investigators examine the claims made against Ben McAdams and Burgess Owens in recent attack ads.
2 years ago
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KSL Investigates: Who Is Behind The Millions In Facebook Political Ads Targeting Utah

Since July 1, a handful of political candidates and special interest groups have spent $3 million on Facebook political advertisements in Utah. KSL Investigates who's spending the big bucks and why they are choosing to target you.
2 years ago
Salt Lake police arrest Ayoola Adisa Ajayi, 31, at an apartment complex at 1028 S. West Temple on F...
Brittany Glas & Jared Turner, KSL TV

Expert Theorizes Ayoola Ajayi Was Becoming A Serial Killer

The KSL Investigators sat down with a retired FBI special agent who said he believes the man who pleaded guilty to the murder of University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck was on his way to becoming a career killer.
2 years ago
Body camera footage shows the moments leading up to an officer-involved shooting that injured a 13-...
Brittany Glas, KSL TV

KSL Investigates: Crisis Intervention Team Training Among Police

KSL Investigates polled more than 50 law enforcement agencies in Utah's five largest counties to see how many have completed the initial training for the Crisis Intervention Team - or CIT. The statewide numbers for those agencies are barely half. 
2 years ago
Members of Utah Citizens' Alarm attend a protest in Taylorsville on July 10, 2020. (Jeffrey D. Allr...
Brittany Glas, KSL TV

KSL Investigates: Does Armed Protest Have A Chilling Effect On Free Speech?

In the wake of heated protests nationwide, the collision between First and Second Amendment rights for both protesters and members of armed groups is undeniable. What happens when constitutional rights clash?
2 years ago
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Venting the Virus: Teacher-Husband Team Invent Personal Air Solution

Concerned about proper air ventilation, the husband of a Davis School District teacher used his mechanical know-how to create a cheaper, portable desktop air filter for his wife’s classroom.
2 years ago
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