KSL at Night
KSL at Night

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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KSL at Night: 4-17-2024

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.

Jeremy Cunningham shares data from the National Alzheimer’s Forum

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.

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

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.

What if Utah bans international students from playing varsity sports?

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.

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

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.

Will the Arizona Coyotes come to Utah?

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.

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

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.

KSL at Night: 4-15-2024

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.
IOC Visits Utah

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.

Labor Unions in Utah

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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