KSL at Night

The latest in news and politics with a range of hosts every night. KSL At Night gives a refreshing take on the day's news with each host bringing their unique perspective and expertise to the conversation.

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    April 23, 2024

    KSL at Night : 4-22-2024

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Adam Gardiner

    Welcome Adam Gardiner, new co-host with KSL at Night

    Long-time KSL at Night Host Taylor Morgan is joined by guest host Adam Gardiner. They begin this week’s show by learning more about Adam and his background and why he’s going to be a great fit for KSL at Night.

     

    State political conventions kicking off election season

    The KSL at Night hosts talk about the upcoming political season in the state, including the ever-growing race to replace Senator Mitt Romney. They also go into detail about the PAC money pouring into Utah races from around the country, and how that money could be influencing delegates’ decisions.

     

    Utah bathroom bill implementation for trans students

    KSL NewsRadio’s Heather Peterson joins to talk about Salt Lake City School’s District implementation of H.B. 257, which clarified the bathrooms students are able to use. They talk about what the law actually says, what the sponsor of the bill intended, and how other school districts in the state are interpreting the law.

     

    Small businesses in Utah

    Several cities in Utah are the best small cities in the country to start a business, according to a new Wallethub report. Three of the top five are in Southern Utah, with Cedar City taking the top spot. KSL at Night speaks with Wallethub analyst, Cassandra Happe, about the findings and what they mean.

     

    The latest on New York v. Donald Trump

    KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas joins Taylor and Adam to discuss the beginning of what is expected to be a 6 week trial involving former President Donald Trump. It’s hard to keep track of all the legal issues the former president is facing but this trial could affect him differently than the others.

     

    Aid passed for Ukraine and more over the weekend

    Inside Source’s Boyd Matheson joins the show to talk about the massive spending deal passed over the weekend, which included $60.8 million in aid to Ukraine. Boyd and the hosts detail what else was in the budget and use the passage of the package to analyze House Speaker Mike Johnson’s ability and success as Speaker.

     

    Analysis of the proposal to ban TikTok

    Michael Lucci, founder and CEO of global security company State Armor, talks about the federal government’s proposal to ban TikTok. He discusses why the potential ban has bi-partisan support, and how he believes China is influencing American elections.

     

    Hockey team name to be chosen by fan bracket

    A new Major League Hockey team is coming to Utah; what will it be named? Smith Entertainment Group owner Ryan Smith, which owns the incoming NHL team, says the name will be chosen by a fan bracket. The hosts discuss their preferred name, which may or may not involve the abominable snowman.

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    April 23, 2024

    Hockey team name to be chosen by fan bracket

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Adam Gardiner

    A new Major League Hockey team is coming to Utah; what will it be named? Smith Entertainment Group owner Ryan Smith, which owns the incoming NHL team, says the name will be chosen by a fan bracket. The hosts discuss their preferred name, which may or may not involve the abominable snowman.

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    April 23, 2024

    Analysis of the proposal to ban TikTok

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Adam Gardiner

    Michael Lucci, founder and CEO of global security company State Armor, talks about the federal government’s proposal to ban TikTok. He discusses why the potential ban has bi-partisan support, and how he believes China is influencing American elections.

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    April 23, 2024

    Aid passed for Ukraine and more over the weekend

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Adam Gardiner

    Inside Source’s Boyd Matheson joins the show to talk about the massive spending deal passed over the weekend, which included $60.8 million in aid to Ukraine. Boyd and the hosts detail what else was in the budget and use the passage of the package to analyze House Speaker Mike Johnson’s ability and success as Speaker.

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    April 23, 2024

    The latest on New York v. Donald Trump

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Adam Gardiner

    KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas joins Taylor and Adam to discuss the beginning of what is expected to be a 6 week trial involving former President Donald Trump. It’s hard to keep track of all the legal issues the former president is facing but this trial could affect him differently than the others.

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    April 23, 2024

    Small businesses in Utah

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Adam Gardiner

    Several cities in Utah are the best small cities in the country to start a business, according to a new Wallethub report. Three of the top five are in Southern Utah, with Cedar City taking the top spot. KSL at Night speaks with Wallethub analyst, Cassandra Happe, about the findings and what they mean.

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    April 23, 2024

    Utah bathroom bill implementation for trans students

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Adam Gardiner

    KSL NewsRadio’s Heather Peterson joins to talk about Salt Lake City School’s District implementation of H.B. 257, which clarified the bathrooms students are able to use. They talk about what the law actually says, what the sponsor of the bill intended, and how other school districts in the state are interpreting the law.

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    April 23, 2024

    State political conventions kicking off election season

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Adam Gardiner

    The KSL at Night hosts talk about the upcoming political season in the state, including the ever-growing race to replace Senator Mitt Romney. They also go into detail about the PAC money pouring into Utah races from around the country, and how that money could be influencing delegates’ decisions.

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    April 23, 2024

    Welcome Adam Gardiner, new co-host with KSL at Night

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Adam Gardiner

    Long-time KSL at Night Host Taylor Morgan is joined by guest host Adam Gardiner. They begin this week’s show by learning more about Adam and his background and why he’s going to be a great fit for KSL at Night.

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    April 20, 2024

    KSL at Night: 4-19-2024

    Hosts: Leah Murray and Greg Skordas

    The status of women leaders in Utah

    This year is the 10th anniversary of the Women’s Leadership Institute, making it a great time to take a look at how much progress has been made for women leaders in Utah. Pat Jones, CEO of the Women’s Leadership Institute, joins Greg and Leah to discuss how the institute got started, how much progress was made, and what’s next for the future of women in Utah.

    What’s up in higher education: commencement and FAFSA

    It’s a busy time in higher education. All the kids are twitchy, professors are over everything, and staff are waiting for faculty and students to leave for the summer. Jessica Oyler, Vice President of Student Access and Success at Weber State University, joins Leah and Greg in a discussion about all the latest news relating to higher education, from free speech at the University of Southern California to the broken FAFSA system.

    The NHL is officially here in Utah!

    Yesterday, the NHL logo appeared on the Delta Center, proving that professional hockey is officially here! Kyle Ireland, Digital Content Producer for KSL Sports, joins Greg and Leah to discuss the big news and what it means for Utah.

    The Supreme Court to weigh in on criminalizing homelessness

    Homelessness is a serious issue not just locally, but also nationwide. There’s actually a Supreme Court case about how localities can manage homelessness because it’s an 8th amendment violation to move people who are homeless along. Leah asks all of her legal questions to Greg, our expert.

    Jury selection complete for Trump’s hush money trial

    For the first time in U.S. history, a former president is on criminal trial. And because there are multiple trials happening… Today Greg and Leah take on former President Trump’s hush money trial, for which the jury selection is now complete.

    A look inside Nancy French’s new book: Ghosted

    One of the political figures Leah follows is David French, who is a conservative writer for the New York Times. As a result, she began following his wife Nancy French, who has a new book out titled Ghosted. Jennifer Graham, Ideas and Culture Editor for the Deseret News, joins Leah and Greg to talk about a piece she wrote about the book for the Deseret News.

    The current status of Alzheimer’s in Utah

    Alzheimer’s is a serious disease on the people who have it and on the loved ones who are living with it. Luckily, research is ongoing and maybe someday we will have a cure. Jeremy Cunningham, Public Policy Director for the Alzheimer’s Association, joins Greg and Leah to discuss the current status of Alzheimer’s and what’s being done about it.

    Leah and Caitlyn gush about Taylor Swift’s “The Tortured Poets Department” album

    Taylor Swift’s new album is out, and there’s no better person to talk about it with than Caitlyn Johnston, Producer of Dave and Dujanovic at KSL NewsRadio. She and Leah are 2 of the biggest Swifties we know from the KSL NewsRadio team, and then there’s Greg.

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    April 20, 2024

    Leah and Caitlyn gush about Taylor Swift’s “The Tortured Poets Department” album

    Hosts: Leah Murray and Greg Skordas

    Taylor Swift’s new album is out, and there’s no better person to talk about it with than Caitlyn Johnston, Producer of Dave and Dujanovic at KSL NewsRadio. She and Leah are 2 of the biggest Swifties we know from the KSL NewsRadio team, and then there’s Greg.

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    April 20, 2024

    The current status of Alzheimer’s in Utah

    Hosts: Leah Murray and Greg Skordas

    Alzheimer’s is a serious disease on the people who have it and on the loved ones who are living with it. Luckily, research is ongoing and maybe someday we will have a cure. Jeremy Cunningham, Public Policy Director for the Alzheimer’s Association, joins Greg and Leah to discuss the current status of Alzheimer’s and what’s being done about it.

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    April 20, 2024

    A look inside Nancy French’s new book: Ghosted

    Hosts: Leah Murray and Greg Skordas

    One of the political figures Leah follows is David French, who is a conservative writer for the New York Times. As a result, she began following his wife Nancy French, who has a new book out titled Ghosted. Jennifer Graham, Ideas and Culture Editor for the Deseret News, joins Leah and Greg to talk about a piece she wrote about the book for the Deseret News.

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    April 20, 2024

    Jury selection complete for Trump’s hush money trial

    Hosts: Leah Murray and Greg Skordas

    For the first time in U.S. history, a former president is on criminal trial. And because there are multiple trials happening… Today Greg and Leah take on former President Trump’s hush money trial, for which the jury selection is now complete.

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    April 20, 2024

    The Supreme Court to weigh in on criminalizing homelessness

    Hosts: Leah Murray and Greg Skordas

    Homelessness is a serious issue not just locally, but also nationwide. There’s actually a Supreme Court case about how localities can manage homelessness because it’s an 8th amendment violation to move people who are homeless along. Leah asks all of her legal questions to Greg, our expert.

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    April 20, 2024

    The NHL is officially here in Utah!

    Hosts: Leah Murray and Greg Skordas

    Yesterday, the NHL logo appeared on the Delta Center, proving that professional hockey is officially here! Kyle Ireland, Digital Content Producer for KSL Sports, joins Greg and Leah to discuss the big news and what it means for Utah.

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    April 20, 2024

    What’s up in higher education: commencement and FAFSA

    Hosts: Leah Murray and Greg Skordas

    It’s a busy time in higher education. All the kids are twitchy, professors are over everything, and staff are waiting for faculty and students to leave for the summer. Jessica Oyler, Vice President of Student Access and Success at Weber State University, joins Leah and Greg in a discussion about all the latest news relating to higher education, from free speech at the University of Southern California to the broken FAFSA system.

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    April 20, 2024

    The status of women leaders in Utah

    Hosts: Leah Murray and Greg Skordas

    This year is the 10th anniversary of the Women’s Leadership Institute, making it a great time to take a look at how much progress has been made for women leaders in Utah. Pat Jones, CEO of the Women’s Leadership Institute, joins Greg and Leah to discuss how the institute got started, how much progress was made, and what’s next for the future of women in Utah.

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    April 19, 2024

    KSL at Night: 4-18-2024

    Host: Taylor Morgan

    Holly Richardson discusses the impact of negative campaigning

    Utah’s Senate Republican primary is getting quite feisty. Over the last week a political action committee has been sending negative ads targeting Senate candidates Rep. John Curtis and Riverton Mayor Trent Staggs. What’s going on? Holly Richardson, Editor of Utah Policy, joins Taylor in a discussion about the impact of negative campaigning.

    Rep. John Curtis explains why he’s challenging the new BLM rule

    The Bureau of Land Management published a rule today that drastically changes the way Utahns can manage their own public lands, and Rep. John Curtis is challenging it. He joins Taylor to explain why and what he’s doing to stop it from taking effect.

    Brigham Tomco dives into Gov. Cox’s latest TED Talk

    Gov. Spencer Cox recently took the stage in Vancouver to share his TED Talk as a part of his ‘Disagree Better” campaign. Brigham Tomco, Political Reporter for the Deseret News who covers Utah’s congressional delegation, the governor and state legislature for the politics team, joins Taylor to discuss some of the highlights of the speech.

    Utah State Board of Education race: Amanda Bollinger

    Now that Natalie Cline has been eliminated from the state school board race by Salt Lake County Republican delegates, there’s only one Republican candidate remaining. Amanda Bollinger, GOP candidate for the Utah State Board of Education, joins Taylor to walk us through what the job will look like if she does win the election in November.

     

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    April 19, 2024

    Utah State Board of Education race: Amanda Bollinger

    Host: Taylor Morgan

    Now that Natalie Cline has been eliminated from the state school board race by Salt Lake County Republican delegates, there’s only one Republican candidate remaining. Amanda Bollinger, GOP candidate for the Utah State Board of Education, joins Taylor to walk us through what the job will look like if she does win the election in November.

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    April 19, 2024

    Brigham Tomco dives into Gov. Cox’s latest TED Talk

    Host: Taylor Morgan

    Gov. Spencer Cox recently took the stage in Vancouver to share his TED Talk as a part of his ‘Disagree Better” campaign. Brigham Tomco, Political Reporter for the Deseret News who covers Utah’s congressional delegation, the governor and state legislature for the politics team, joins Taylor to discuss some of the highlights of the speech.

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    April 19, 2024

    Rep. John Curtis explains why he’s challenging the new BLM rule

    Host: Taylor Morgan

    The Bureau of Land Management published a rule today that drastically changes the way Utahns can manage their own public lands, and Rep. John Curtis is challenging it. He joins Taylor to explain why and what he’s doing to stop it from taking effect.

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    April 19, 2024

    Holly Richardson discusses the impact of negative campaigning

    Host: Taylor Morgan

    Utah’s Senate Republican primary is getting quite feisty. Over the last week a political action committee has been sending negative ads targeting Senate candidates Rep. John Curtis and Riverton Mayor Trent Staggs. What’s going on? Holly Richardson, Editor of Utah Policy, joins Taylor in a discussion about the impact of negative campaigning.

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    April 18, 2024

    KSL at Night: 4-17-2024

    Hosts: Rusty Cannon and Greg Skordas

    Rusty unpacks the Utah Taxpayers Association’s 2024 Beehive Family Report

    The Utah Taxpayers Association released their new 2024 Beehive Family Report today. The report looks into the tax burdens of the typical Utah family. As he’s president of the organization, Rusty digs into the highlights of what’s inside the report.

    Will the Arizona Coyotes come to Utah?

    The Arizona Coyotes are inching closer to relocating to Salt Lake City, Utah. Why Utah? How will this transition work? What will be the new team name? Kyle Ireland, Digital Content Producer for KSL Sports, joins the show with all the latest.

    Chris Stewart explains why he’s endorsing Rep. John Curtis

    A few days ago, it was announced that former Congressman Chris Stewart is endorsing Rep. John Curtis for his bid in the U.S. Senate race. He joins the show to explain the reason for his support as well as discuss life after Congress.

    What if Utah bans international students from playing varsity sports?

    The Utah High School Activities Association is proposing a new rule that would ban international students from playing varsity sports. Amy Donaldson, Executive Producer of Podcasts for KSL, has been following this story since 2 years ago. She joins the show to explain the argument behind the rule change.

    Amy Donaldson gives the inside look on Season 2 of The Letter podcast

    If you’re a fan of The Letter podcast, you’re in for a treat because Season 2 is officially here! Amy Donaldson, Executive Producer of Podcasts for KSL and Host of The Letter podcast, joins the show to give an inside look on what’s in store for the unexpected second season of the podcast.

    Jeremy Cunningham shares data from the National Alzheimer’s Forum

    Alzheimer’s disease is the fastest growing disease in our country right now. Jeremy Cunningham, Public Policy Director of the Alzheimer’s Association, just got back from attending the National Alzheimer’s Forum in Washington D.C. He joins the show with the national statistics they discussed during the congressional meetings.

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    April 18, 2024

    Jeremy Cunningham shares data from the National Alzheimer’s Forum

    Hosts: Rusty Cannon and Greg Skordas

    Alzheimer’s disease is the fastest growing disease in our country right now. Jeremy Cunningham, Public Policy Director of the Alzheimer’s Association, just got back from attending the National Alzheimer’s Forum in Washington D.C. He joins the show with the national statistics they discussed during the congressional meetings.

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    April 18, 2024

    Amy Donaldson gives the inside look on Season 2 of The Letter podcast

    Hosts: Rusty Cannon and Greg Skordas

    If you’re a fan of The Letter podcast, you’re in for a treat because Season 2 is officially here! Amy Donaldson, Executive Producer of Podcasts for KSL and Host of The Letter podcast, joins the show to give an inside look on what’s in store for the unexpected second season of the podcast.

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    April 18, 2024

    What if Utah bans international students from playing varsity sports?

    Hosts: Rusty Cannon and Greg Skordas

    The Utah High School Activities Association is proposing a new rule that would ban international students from playing varsity sports. Amy Donaldson, Executive Producer of Podcasts for KSL, has been following this story since 2 years ago. She joins the show to explain the argument behind the rule change.

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    April 18, 2024

    Chris Stewart explains why he’s endorsing Rep. John Curtis

    Hosts: Rusty Cannon and Greg Skordas

    A few days ago, it was announced that former Congressman Chris Stewart is endorsing Rep. John Curtis for his bid in the U.S. Senate race. He joins the show to explain the reason for his support as well as discuss life after Congress.

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    April 18, 2024

    Will the Arizona Coyotes come to Utah?

    Hosts: Rusty Cannon and Greg Skordas

    The Arizona Coyotes are inching closer to relocating to Salt Lake City, Utah. Why Utah? How will this transition work? What will be the new team name? Kyle Ireland, Digital Content Producer for KSL Sports, joins the show with all the latest.

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    April 18, 2024

    Rusty unpacks the Utah Taxpayers Association’s 2024 Beehive Family Report

    Hosts: Rusty Cannon and Greg Skordas

    The Utah Taxpayers Association released their new 2024 Beehive Family Report today. The report looks into the tax burdens of the typical Utah family. As he’s president of the organization, Rusty digs into the highlights of what’s inside the report.

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    April 16, 2024

    KSL at Night: 4-15-2024

    Host: Taylor Morgan

    Several Counties in Utah host Republican Conventions

    It was a big weekend for Utah Republican politics with multiple counties hosting conventions that will decide which candidates will appear on voters ballots this Fall. Lindsay Aerts, KSL 5 TV Reporter, joins Taylor to discuss Natalie Cline, the embattled state school board member, and her defeat last weekend by Amanda Bollinger. They also cover battles happening in Utah County’s Republican convention.

    Salt Lake County Republican Mayoral Nominee

    Last weekend, over 77% of delegates voted for Erin Rider as GOP nominee for Salt Lake County Mayor. Running on issues like homelessness, taxes, and home prices, she joins host Taylor Morgan to discuss her campaign and what to expect if she’s elected Mayor of Salt Lake County.

    Labor Unions in Utah

    Organized labor is an often misunderstood concept and can vary greatly based on what state you’re in. Union membership in Utah is going down and Dale Cox, President Emeritus of Utah AFL-CIO, joins Taylor to discuss why that might be and what labor unions do for our working economy.

    IOC Visits Utah

    We won’t know officially until this summer, but it’s looking promising that Utah will host the 2034 Winter Olympic Games. Lisa Riley Roche, Deseret News Reporter, covered the IOC’s recent visit to Utah and talked with Taylor about how it went. Venues include a massive, temporary ski and snowboard jump for big air events that would be staged in downtown Salt Lake City.
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    April 16, 2024

    IOC Visits Utah

    Host: Taylor Morgan

    We won’t know officially until this summer, but it’s looking promising that Utah will host the 2034 Winter Olympic Games. Lisa Riley Roche, Deseret News Reporter, covered the IOC’s recent visit to Utah and talked with Taylor about how it went. Venues include a massive, temporary ski and snowboard jump for big air events that would be staged in downtown Salt Lake City.

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    April 16, 2024

    Labor Unions in Utah

    Host: Taylor Morgan

    Organized labor is an often misunderstood concept and can vary greatly based on what state you’re in. Union membership in Utah is going down and Dale Cox, President Emeritus of Utah AFL-CIO, joins Taylor to discuss why that might be and what labor unions do for our working economy.

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    April 16, 2024

    Salt Lake County Republican Mayoral Nominee

    Host: Taylor Morgan

    Last weekend, over 77% of delegates voted for Erin Rider as GOP nominee for Salt Lake County Mayor. Running on issues like homelessness, taxes, and home prices, she joins host Taylor Morgan to discuss her campaign and what to expect if she’s elected Mayor of Salt Lake County.

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    April 16, 2024

    Several Counties in Utah host Republican Conventions

    Host: Taylor Morgan

    It was a big weekend for Utah Republican politics with multiple counties hosting conventions that will decide which candidates will appear on voters ballots this Fall. Lindsay Aerts, KSL 5 TV Reporter, joins Taylor to discuss Natalie Cline, the embattled state school board member, and her defeat last weekend by Amanda Bollinger. They also cover battles happening in Utah County’s Republican convention.

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    April 13, 2024

    Kevin Eubank describes April snowpack and lake levels

    Hosts: Greg Skordas and Rusty Cannon

    It’s actually starting to feel like spring now with these warmer temperatures we got today. KSL Meteorologist Kevin Eubank joins Greg and Rusty to share the snowpack and lake levels for the rest of the month and what that means for skiers.

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    April 13, 2024

    KSL at Night: 4-12-2024

    Hosts: Greg Skordas and Rusty Cannon

    The race for Utah’s 3rd Congressional District: JR Bird

    Today we are starting the show with a sit-down conversation with JR Bird, Republican candidate for Utah’s 3rd Congressional District. He joins Rusty and Greg in studio to talk about his background, his reason for running, and some of his biggest policy focuses.

    Roy High School student arrested after bringing a gun to school

    A 15-year-old Roy High School student was arrested after he was found with a loaded handgun in his waistband. The gun came from his father’s safe which, according to Roy City Police, wasn’t very secure in the first place. This raises a question, where do you draw the line when it comes to parental liability?

    Adam Small shares his take on the Chad Daybell trial

    Earlier this week Greg shared his perspective on the Chad Daybell trial. This time we have KSL NewsRadio Reporter Adam Small joining the show to give his take on the first few days of the trial in Boise, Idaho.

    House passes bill to reauthorize FISA… What’s next?

    After failing to pass the bill just a few days ago, the House has officially voted to reauthorize FISA for two years. Perry Russom, ABC News Correspondent in Washington, joins Rusty and Greg to break down the vote and what happens next.

    Florida signs “Lethality Assessment” law in response to Gabby Petito’s case

    Back in 2021, 22-year-old Gabby Petito went missing while on a road trip with her fiancé. Later she was found murdered by her fiancé in Wyoming. This case became a very big deal because her family thought she would be alive today if the police could have realized she was in danger. Now, Florida has signed a “Lethality Assessment” law in response to this. Alex Stone, ABC News Correspondent in Los Angeles, joins Greg and Rusty with the latest.

    Rusty Cannon explains what you need to know before Tax Day

    April 15th is Tax Day. Have you filed your income tax returns yet? If you haven’t, this is your reminder. Rusty breaks down a couple of things you should know as the tax deadline approaches.

    Kevin Eubank describes April snowpack and lake levels

    It’s actually starting to feel like spring now with these warmer temperatures we got today. KSL Meteorologist Kevin Eubank joins Greg and Rusty to share the snowpack and lake levels for the rest of the month and what that means for skiers.

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    April 13, 2024

    Rusty Cannon explains what you need to know before Tax Day

    Hosts: Greg Skordas and Rusty Cannon

    April 15th is Tax Day. Have you filed your income tax returns yet? If you haven’t, this is your reminder. Rusty breaks down a couple of things you should know as the tax deadline approaches.

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    April 13, 2024

    Florida signs “Lethality Assessment” law in response to Gabby Petito’s case

    Hosts: Greg Skordas and Rusty Cannon

    Back in 2021, 22-year-old Gabby Petito went missing while on a road trip with her fiancé. Later she was found murdered by her fiancé in Wyoming. This case became a very big deal because her family thought she would be alive today if the police could have realized she was in danger. Now, Florida has signed a “Lethality Assessment” law in response to this. Alex Stone, ABC News Correspondent in Los Angeles, joins Greg and Rusty with the latest.

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    April 13, 2024

    House passes bill to reauthorize FISA… What’s next?

    Hosts: Greg Skordas and Rusty Cannon

    After failing to pass the bill just a few days ago, the House has officially voted to reauthorize FISA for two years. Perry Russom, ABC News Correspondent in Washington, joins Rusty and Greg to break down the vote and what happens next.

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    April 13, 2024

    Adam Small shares his take on the Chad Daybell trial

    Hosts: Greg Skordas and Rusty Cannon

    Earlier this week Greg shared his perspective on the Chad Daybell trial. This time we have KSL NewsRadio Reporter Adam Small joining the show to give his take on the first few days of the trial in Boise, Idaho.

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    April 13, 2024

    Roy High School student arrested after bringing a gun to school

    Hosts: Greg Skordas and Rusty Cannon

    A 15-year-old Roy High School student was arrested after he was found with a loaded handgun in his waistband. The gun came from his father’s safe which, according to Roy City Police, wasn’t very secure in the first place. This raises a question, where do you draw the line when it comes to parental liability?

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    April 13, 2024

    The race for Utah’s 3rd Congressional District: JR Bird (Part Two)

    Hosts: Greg Skordas and Rusty Cannon

    Today we are starting the show with a sit-down conversation with JR Bird, Republican candidate for Utah’s 3rd Congressional District. He joins Rusty and Greg in studio to talk about his background, his reason for running, and some of his biggest policy focuses.

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    April 13, 2024

    The race for Utah’s 3rd Congressional District: JR Bird (Part One)

    Hosts: Greg Skordas and Rusty Cannon

    Today we are starting the show with a sit-down conversation with JR Bird, Republican candidate for Utah’s 3rd Congressional District. He joins Rusty and Greg in studio to talk about his background, his reason for running, and some of his biggest policy focuses.

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    April 12, 2024

    KSL at Night: 4-11-2024

    Host: Greg Skordas

    O.J. Simpson dies of cancer at 76

    The family of O.J. Simpson announced this morning that the former NFL star died of cancer at 76. Besides being popular and famous on the football field, he was also widely known for his murder trial which became a huge phenomenon. Jason Nathanson, ABC Entertainment Correspondent in Los Angeles, joins Greg to discuss how his legacy changed over time.

    Ambassador Oksana Markarova on Ukraine-U.S. relations

    Ambassador of Ukraine to the U.S. Oksana Markarova is visiting Utah to speak as a special guest at the governor’s One Utah Summit. We’re lucky to have her join Greg in studio to describe the current situation in Ukraine and discuss the significance of U.S. support during the war.

    Utah school safety bill signed into law

    Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson has ceremonially signed into law a bill that was sponsored by Rep. Ryan Wilcox during the 2024 legislative session: HB84 School Safety Amendments. KSL TV Reporter Daniel Woodruff joins Greg in studio to share the general public’s response, including some concerns.

    Greg gives the inside look at the Chad Dayell trial

    Greg has been following the Chad Daybell trial since the very beginning, and he’s come straight from Boise, Idaho today to give you the latest. Tune in to hear his full, in-depth report!

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    Greg gives the inside look at the Chad Dayell trial

    Host: Greg Skordas

    Greg has been following the Chad Daybell trial since the very beginning, and he’s come straight from Boise, Idaho today to give you the latest. Tune in to hear his full, in-depth report!

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    April 12, 2024

    Utah school safety bill signed into law

    Host: Greg Skordas

    Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson has ceremonially signed into law a bill that was sponsored by Rep. Ryan Wilcox during the 2024 legislative session: HB84 School Safety Amendments. KSL TV Reporter Daniel Woodruff joins Greg in studio to share the general public’s response, including some concerns.

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    April 12, 2024

    Ambassador Oksana Markarova on Ukraine-U.S. relations

    Host: Greg Skordas

    Ambassador of Ukraine to the U.S. Oksana Markarova is visiting Utah to speak as a special guest at the governor’s One Utah Summit. We’re lucky to have her join Greg in studio to describe the current situation in Ukraine and discuss the significance of U.S. support during the war.

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    April 12, 2024

    O.J. Simpson dies of cancer at 76

    Host: Greg Skordas

    The family of O.J. Simpson announced this morning that the former NFL star died of cancer at 76. Besides being popular and famous on the football field, he was also widely known for his murder trial which became a huge phenomenon. Jason Nathanson, ABC Entertainment Correspondent in Los Angeles, joins Greg to discuss how his legacy changed over time.

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    April 11, 2024

    KSL at Night: 4-10-2024

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Rusty Cannon

    Introducing Rusty Cannon

    We have a new voice joining KSL @ Night today: Rusty Cannon. Rusty is the President of the Utah Taxpayers Association. To start off his first show, he shares a little bit about his background and explains what he does in his day job.

    Derek Miller on the future of Utah’s economy

    According to the Wall Street Journal, Salt Lake City was America’s hottest job market in 2023. Derek Miller, President and CEO of the Salt Lake Chamber, joins Rusty and Taylor to discuss the future of Utah’s economy and give the latest on the International Olympic Committee’s recent visit to Salt Lake City.

    Don Stirling on Project Human Dignity

    If you think about some of the biggest issues in Utah right now, homelessness is definitely at the top of the list. In order to address this issue, several groups have worked together to launch Project Human Dignity. Don Stirling, Executive Director for the Miller Family Office, joins Taylor and Rusty to explain how Project Human Dignity plans to change Utah’s approach to homelessness.

    County conventions to look forward to this weekend

    This weekend is going to be a busy one for county conventions. There’s at least 3 taking place this Saturday, including one at Davis County and one at Salt Lake County. If you’re looking for some intense political action, you have to be there. Rusty and Taylor explain the convention process and discuss what you can expect if you attend one for the first time.

    Congressman Blake Moore on how Speaker Mike Johnson’s doing

    House Speaker Mike Johnson seems to be doing a pretty decent job in Congress. What’s the “secret sauce” (as Taylor calls it) that he has that appears to be quite effective in managing what has been a very dysfunctional U.S. House of Representatives? And what’s with this new motion to vacate? Congressman Blake Moore joins the discussion.

    The controversy surrounding the FISA bill

    Sometimes things get a little hot in Washington D.C. Today is no exception because there’s been some controversy surrounding a bill that has to deal with FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act). A vote is coming up in the House on whether to reauthorize it. Rusty and Taylor give an in-depth breakdown.

    The intersection between religion and politics in Utah

    While preparing for today’s show, Taylor brought up an interesting question that sparked a discussion on the intersection between religion and politics: How can candidates communicate to voters that they share their values, without stepping too far into the realm of exploiting one’s faith?

    Are Americans getting lazier or smarter?

    We’ve been seeing a lot of news lately on proposals for 4-day work weeks, 32-hour work weeks, and the right to disconnect. It may sound like Americans are getting lazier, but are we really? Rusty and Taylor discuss.

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    Are Americans getting lazier or smarter?

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Rusty Cannon

    We’ve been seeing a lot of news lately on proposals for 4-day work weeks, 32-hour work weeks, and the right to disconnect. It may sound like Americans are getting lazier, but are we really? Rusty and Taylor discuss.

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    April 11, 2024

    The intersection between religion and politics in Utah

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Rusty Cannon

    While preparing for today’s show, Taylor brought up an interesting question that sparked a discussion on the intersection between religion and politics: How can candidates communicate to voters that they share their values, without stepping too far into the realm of exploiting one’s faith?

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    April 11, 2024

    The controversy surrounding the FISA bill

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Rusty Cannon

    Sometimes things get a little hot in Washington D.C. Today is no exception because there’s been some controversy surrounding a bill that has to deal with FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act). A vote is coming up in the House on whether to reauthorize it. Rusty and Taylor give an in-depth breakdown.

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    April 11, 2024

    Congressman Blake Moore on how Speaker Mike Johnson’s doing

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Rusty Cannon

    House Speaker Mike Johnson seems to be doing a pretty decent job in Congress. What’s the “secret sauce” (as Taylor calls it) that he has that appears to be quite effective in managing what has been a very dysfunctional U.S. House of Representatives? And what’s with this new motion to vacate? Congressman Blake Moore joins the discussion.

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    April 11, 2024

    County conventions to look forward to this weekend

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Rusty Cannon

    This weekend is going to be a busy one for county conventions. There’s at least 3 taking place this Saturday, including one at Davis County and one at Salt Lake County. If you’re looking for some intense political action, you have to be there. Rusty and Taylor explain the convention process and discuss what you can expect if you attend one for the first time.

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    April 11, 2024

    Don Stirling on Project Human Dignity

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Rusty Cannon

    If you think about some of the biggest issues in Utah right now, homelessness is definitely at the top of the list. In order to address this issue, several groups have worked together to launch Project Human Dignity. Don Stirling, Executive Director for the Miller Family Office, joins Taylor and Rusty to explain how Project Human Dignity plans to change Utah’s approach to homelessness.

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    April 11, 2024

    Derek Miller on the future of Utah’s economy

    Hosts: Taylor Morgan and Rusty Cannon

    According to the Wall Street Journal, Salt Lake City was America’s hottest job market in 2023. Derek Miller, President and CEO of the Salt Lake Chamber, joins Rusty and Taylor to discuss the future of Utah’s economy and give the latest on the International Olympic Committee’s recent visit to Salt Lake City.

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