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In a recent 2017 survey in Utah schools, Attallah said one out of every four 8th, 10th, and 12th gr...
Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL-TV

KSL+: Talking to your kids about race

After a two-year investigation, the U.S. Department of Justice found serious and widespread racial harassment in Davis schools. It’s opened up a lot of discussion about racism in schools, and where it comes from. We sat down with the anti-racism educator behind the podcast First Name Basis to better understand how we can teach our children…and ourselves… about becoming anti-racist.
2 months ago
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Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL-TV

KSL+: Context surrounding redistricting battle

A battle over boundaries. The opportunity only comes once every decade...using new census data to reconfigure district maps for members of congress...state legislators and school boards. We're focusing on the congressional map and the controversy surrounding it.
3 months ago
Hundreds gathered across Utah Oct. 22, 2019, to remember victims and raise awareness of domestic vi...
Matt Rascon, KSL-TV

KSL+: Signs of intimate partner and domestic violence

One in four American women will experience intimate partner or domestic violence at some point in their life. Nearly half of all homicides in Utah are related to domestic violence. this week, we look at the signs of violence in your relationship or the relationship around you.
3 months ago
Ancient granaries, part of the House on Fire ruins are shown here in the South Fork of Mule Canyon ...
Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL-TV

KSL+: The division surrounding Bear’s Ears

A reversal in a years-long land dispute in southern Utah. President Joe Biden expanding Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments, drawing praise from tribal leaders and conservationists, and criticism from some residents and state leaders and delegates. But why the back and forth over the years and what does this latest decision mean for the land and people moving forward?
4 months ago
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Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL TV

KSL+: A deeper look at “Where Are the Workers?”

We know that many industries are struggling with staffing right now. But where did all the workers go? We know for sure, they aren’t living off unemployment. This week, News Specialist Deanie Wimmer looked at where the workers went and she joins us to look at what businesses will need to do to get people back.
4 months ago
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KSL+: Overwhelmed hospitals leaving non-COVID patients worried

As Utah hospitals fill up with COVID patients, most of them unvaccinated, others looking for treatment are having their procedures and treatments postponed. We talk with one Utah family that is worried they miss the one chance at a kidney transplant as hospitals delay surgeries.
4 months ago
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Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL TV

KSL+: Looking back at long term impacts of 9/11

All this week, KSL has been examining the lasting impacts of 9/11 as we approach the 20th anniversary. On KSL+ we dive deeper into the missed opportunities that may have kept us from the great divide we experiencing today
5 months ago
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Shelby Hintze

KSL+: Efforts to end mask mandate bans

Families and the feds both pushing back on Utah's law, banning state-wide mask mandates in schools. Many worry now that the law discriminates against kids with disabilities.
5 months ago
Displaced Afghans wait for aid handouts at a makeshift camp from the northern provinces desperately...
Shelby Hintze

KSL+: Utahns stuck in Afghanistan

As the world watches in horror at the fall of the Afghan government, just days after the US troop withdrawal, there are Utahns with a special connection to the country. Some served there in the military, some fled two decades ago. We talk with them.
5 months ago
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KSL+: Sit Down with Dr. Dunn in New Role

We sit down with Dr. Angela Dunn in her new role with the Salt Lake County Health Department. She explains her worries heading into the new school year, and her hopes for public health in the future.
6 months ago
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Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL-TV

KSL+: Jingle Dress Project Brings Healing Through Dance

Heal the people, protect the sacred. During this disruptive and devastating pandemic a group of Native Americans from Utah are bringing a different kind of healing to the people and the land across the United States. The Jingle Dress Project was inspired by a dream, a dream today and 100 years ago.
6 months ago
The Olympic Cauldron is seen as the Japanese Flag is raised during the National Anthem during the O...
Matt Rascon, KSL TV

KSL+: A Look Behind the Scenes at The Tokyo Olympics

The Tokyo Olympics look different than in years past. We chat with KSL Olympic veteran Alex Cabrero about what the games looks like this year for the media and athletes.
6 months ago
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Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL-TV

KSL+: Restaurants Still Struggling to Find Workers

It's been several months since extra unemployment benefits ended in Utah, which was meant to give many struggling industries a boost. For restaurants at least, that hasn't been the case--many still struggling to fill open positions. We speak with a restaurant owner, as well as a server who left the industry during the pandemic.
6 months ago
A firefighter walks a path as the Glass Fire burns along Highway 29 in Calistoga, Calif., on Thursd...
Matt Rascon, KSL TV

KSL+: Changing Landscape for Wildland Firefighters

As fire seasons get longer and more intense, Utah is struggling to keep up, especially when it comes to staff. It's a lot of long hours, low wages, and dangerous work. We look at what will be needed to get firefighters to apply, and then stick around for wildland jobs as the need becomes greater across the country.
7 months ago
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KSL+: Republicans Begin Climate Work

Republicans, led by Utah Representative John Curtis, are starting to address climate change. We talk with Rep. Curtis about what he hopes to get out of the new Conservative Climate Caucus. Plus, we talk with an environmental educator about the best ways to talk about climate change with people who may still be on the fence.
7 months ago
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Immigration Issues Impact All Of Us

Across Utah and the country, several industries are struggling to get the qualified workers they need to build buildings and homes and to help put food on the table. Garna Mejia joins us to break down the solutions company owners want to see enacted.
7 months ago
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Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL TV

KSL+: Untangling The Web Of Firework Legality

Who has power to do what, where? That’s the loaded question right now surrounding fireworks this year, in the middle of an unprecedented drought. KSL + looks at what can and can’t be done legally for fireworks.
7 months ago
Members of the Stanford Cardinal celebrate a win against the Arizona Wildcats in the National Champ...
Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze

KSL+: NCAA to Reexamine Rules Banning Athletes from Profiting Off NIL

We dive into the debate on whether college athletes should profit off their name, image and likeness. KSL Sports Anchor/Reporter Sam Farnsworth helps break down the push to allow them to get paid and how we got here. And two former Utah college players explain why they think the country is headed on the wrong direction on this issue.
8 months ago
Sprinklers water a lawn in Salt Lake City on Friday, May 7, 2021. Utah Gov. Spencer Cox issues his ...
Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL TV

KSL+: Severe Drought, How Did We Get Here?

We've heard of time and again, over the last couple of months, the western United States are facing a big problem. Currently, more than 50% of the western states are in a drought. And the entire state of Utah is facing drought conditions.
8 months ago
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Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL TV

KSL+: What Will COVID Look Like Next Month, Next Year, Next Decade?

With more and more people getting vaccinated, including kids, we're looking to the future of COVID. What will it look like next month, next year, next decade? We hear a lot about herd immunity. But what is it? Is it possible? Will it even work?
8 months ago
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Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL TV

KSL+: Understanding the Current Real Estate Market

Unaffordable Utah reporter Ladd Egan brings his expertise to help us understand the current housing market. What is happening and what is next?
8 months ago
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Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL TV

KSL+: Deep Dive Into the Critical Race Theory Debate

The country is abuzz discussing the merits or dangers of a academic lens called Critical Race Theory. We look at what it is, what it isn't and what Utah students are learning now.
8 months ago
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Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL TV

KSL+: Experts Say Anti-Asian Rhetoric Existed Before COVID-19

May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month.  We see the Asian influence all around us---from music to food to Oscar nominated movies. At the same time -- anti-Asian rhetoric has peaked. For many of us--higher than we've seen our lifetimes and jumping to the forefront of our national conversations.
9 months ago
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Matt Rascon & Shelby Hintze, KSL TV

KSL+: Breaking Down Proposed Families Plan

President Joe Biden's has touted the proposed American Families Plan as an investment in our children, our families, and our economic future. Like the American Rescue Plan, which passed in March, and the American Jobs Proposal, currently on the table, the Families Plan has a huge price tag.
9 months ago
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