Dan Rascon

Emmy award-winning and veteran TV journalist Dan Rascon is the weekend anchor for KSL-TV (NBC) in Salt Lake City. Rascon has traveled the country and world for nearly 30 years, capturing some of the most compelling, heart-wrenching, and inspiring stories. He’s been a solid fixture in the Utah news market since October 1999.

Utah woman works with Apple on child safety upgrades for iOS 16

A Utah County mother of five played a major role to create safety measures included in Apple’s latest software update. 
6 months ago

BYU study says lunchtime means more to students than food

A new BYU study revealed just how critical lunchtime is for students.
7 months ago

Utah player suffers tragic accident just days before Little League World Series

A Utah little league player in the World Series is critically injured, his family is praying for a miracle.
7 months ago

Utah sees spike in bicycle fatalities

According to the latest numbers from the Utah Department of Transportation, Utah has seen 11 fatalities, more than any previous year in the past decade, and there are still five months left in the year.
7 months ago

Friends save man pinned under car in West Valley City

It was a terrifying scene in West Valley City Sunday night after a reckless and speeding car flew off of Redwood Road and into a crowd of people, trapping one man underneath.
7 months ago

Police: Teenager is in custody for death of 16-year-old boy

A fight between teenagers results in the death of a 16-year-old boy and the arrest of another 16-year-old boy in Lindon.
8 months ago

Father of five killed in fiery crash before 25th anniversary

A fiery and deadly crash in southern Utah took the life of a Bountiful father of five kids. The family said it's a miracle the three daughters who were with him made it out alive.
8 months ago

‘I am very lucky because I’m still alive’: Pizza delivery driver recalls car driving into store

'My back is no good. Too much pain,' the pizza driver hit by a customer's car on Friday night recalls the terrifying experience.
8 months ago

Popular and beloved Utah leader is recovering after near death experience

“We thought we may lose her,” an influential Utah woman is slowly recovering after being placed in the ICU after spider bites caused near-fatal infections.
8 months ago

‘I’ll carry your pioneer courage with me’: kids construct unique Riverton float

The July 24th Days of 47 Parade has dozens of floats, but one from Riverton had a unique background that's all about the children.
8 months ago

Mormon Battalion legacy honored in new production

A different kind of July 24th Celebration has been planned for Latter-day Saints who are remembering the 175th anniversary of the Mormon Battalion.
8 months ago

‘He had such an epic life:’ father from Moab dies after saving drowning woman

A husband and father from Moab who saved a woman from drowning in the Colorado River ends up losing his own life.
8 months ago

Utah cities change safety measures after child fatally injured in July 4 parade

In the wake of the Kaysville parade tragedy where an 8-year-old girl lost her life after getting run over by a trailer, some cities are increasing or changing safety measures for upcoming parades.
9 months ago

‘She was the sweetheart of the family’: Kaysville family remembers Macie Hill

An 8-year-old girl is remembered in Kaysville as the “light, sparkle, and sunshine” of her family after her tragic death on Monday.
9 months ago

‘There are so many miracles’: Skydiver survives 65 mph impact after helicopter jump

An incredible story of survival. A Utah County skydiver hit the ground traveling about 65 miles an hour and shattered dozens of bones including his face.
9 months ago

Utah Falconz set to play for women’s football championship, needs help

Utah’s all-women, semi-pro tackle football team is heading to the national championship game in Texas after an incredible upset during the playoffs in San Diego.
9 months ago

‘We are preparing for the worst’: Utah officers train for an active shooter in a school

Officers from five police agencies across the Wasatch Front are at Roy High School this week for some critical active shooter training.
9 months ago

‘I’m excited but also nervous’: says Utah Jazz fan on Coach Snyder departure

Utah Jazz fans had mixed emotions watching Coach Quinn Snyder's press conference Monday.
10 months ago

Federal free lunch program ending for all schools

The federal government is ending its free breakfast and lunch program it started two years ago during the pandemic. It will not go into effect until next school year, but officials with the Jordan School District are wanting parents to be thinking about it right now.
10 months ago

Skydiver who crashed in South Jordan is in critical condition but making a slow recovery

A terrible skydiving accident leaves a Lehi man in the hospital in critical condition but showing good signs of recovery.
10 months ago

Salt Lake County recreation centers short some 200 lifeguards

A major lifeguard shortage at Salt Lake County recreation centers is forcing swim hours to be cut back. The big worry is that this shortage will not allow some of the outdoor pools to open by Memorial Day.
11 months ago

UHP troopers call for change after vehicle hits construction worker

A major spike in dangerous driving habits and deaths on roads has Utah Highway Patrol troopers and the Utah Department of Transportation calling for changes.
11 months ago

Monday’s snow was too heavy for some trees

Broken tree limbs forced some Utahns to get outside Tuesday morning to clean up after the overnight snow proved too heavy for some branches. 
11 months ago

‘Be a man’: Mom says gunman in Utah shooting death should surrender

A second shooting victim died Monday following a shooting at an Airbnb home in Draper over the weekend, and the gunman is still on the run. 
12 months ago