Mike Anderson

Rescue teams continue to find residents affected by Hurricane Ian

Search teams are helping oversee FEMA's efforts to search for those survivors, which is no easy task.
4 months ago

Utah Red Cross arrives in Florida to help with disaster relief

The head of Utah's Red Cross is in Florida Sunday night, helping in the long recovery ahead.
4 months ago

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints members help clean up the aftermath of Hurricane Ian

"As horrible as natural disasters are, you see the best of humanity," Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints members gather in Florida to help clean up the mess Hurricane Ian left behind.
4 months ago

Youth Impact program in Ogden helps students, parents, community

Thursday is casino night at the Monarch in Ogden where the Youth Impact Program hopes to raise some of the needed $300,000 it takes to help kids, parents and the community.
4 months ago

How helpful is Utah’s SHARP survey? Parents have just days to give input

Utah parents have one more week to give their feedback on the State Board of Education's decision to pull its support for the Student Health and Risk Prevention survey, otherwise known as SHARP.
4 months ago

Farmington man recovering after falling 40 feet off a highway overpass

A Farmington man suffered serious injuries after falling 40 feet from a highway overpass.  
4 months ago

Utah company examines mass grave to identify remains of Tulsa Race Massacre

A team of Utah experts with unique expertise has started to examine a grave site for hundreds of people killed in the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
4 months ago

Can the 70-year-old landmark Kitty Pappas Steakhouse sign be saved?

A Woods Cross man is putting out a plea to save a 70-year landmark — an old neon sign that could soon be shut off for good.
4 months ago

Using stormwater to create wetlands at the Great Salt Lake

The Nature Conservancy will soon be using stormwater to create new wetlands off the shores of the Great Salt Lake.
5 months ago

Utah’s PGA star Tony Finau shares his tips for success at Boys & Girls Club

Some young golfers took home tips and life lessons from Tony Finau Tuesday.
5 months ago

Restoration of Idaho’s Bear River Massacre site may benefit Great Salt Lake

Current efforts to restore the site of the Bear River Massacre could benefit the whole Wasatch Front in a big way.
5 months ago

Man from Utah preserves shuttered 9/11 museum by putting it online

A Utah County man is working to preserve a 9/11 museum in New York City that just shut its doors for good. He's doing it with the help of modern technology.
5 months ago

Utah’s Anglican community reacts to Queen Elizabeth’s passing

Plenty of people here in Utah joined the British Thursday in mourning the Queen's passing, including those in the Anglican community which has roots in the Church of England.
5 months ago

A virus is wiping out Utah’s tomato harvest

A virus is wiping out large portions of tomato crops in Utah farms.
5 months ago

Heatwave leads to early dismissal at some Utah schools

Now that school is back in session, some administrators worried about the impact this heatwave is having on students inside hot buildings and decided to let them out early Tuesday.
5 months ago

Utah community raises funds to protect school crossing guards

People in one Cache Valley community are working together to protect their crossing guards. This comes after one was struck in a hit and run.
5 months ago

Utah mourning loss of astronaut Don Lind from Apollo, Space Shuttle eras

Family of Utah astronaut Don Lind are in mourning after he died earlier this week while surrounded by family. He was 92.
5 months ago

Nearly $2 million grant to support nature center in Cache Valley

In the middle of a small town that like so many other places is seeing exponential growth, is this piece of land that has been sitting untouched and fenced off.
5 months ago

Utah State University forms new division, focusing on diversity, equity and inclusion

Utah State University is pushing toward better diversity, equity, and inclusion with an all-new department bearing that name.
5 months ago

Parents outraged after preferred pronouns posted by Farmington Jr. High counselors

There was outrage at Farmington Junior High School after school counselors had new placards made that showed their preferred pronouns.
5 months ago

Utah family pleads for help in 40-year-old cold case

It was today, back in 1982, when 3-year-old Rachael Runyan disappeared from a playground behind her family's home. KSL's Mike Anderson talked with them Friday about why they're keeping hope alive so many years later.
5 months ago

NASA’s Artemis rocket to take Utah satellites on moon mission

NASA’s most powerful rocket to date, Artemis, is sitting ready on a Florida launchpad.
5 months ago

Hill AFB airman accused of building, setting off explosives at US base in Syria

An airman from Hill Air Force Base is accused of making and detonating bombs at a U.S. military base in Syria.
5 months ago

Davis School District hopes to create an inclusive learning environment, move beyond racism

The Davis County School District is promising better inclusion for all students. A new assistant superintendent stepped in to head up the new district program, under the direction of the U.S. Department of Justice.
5 months ago