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Brittany Glas


Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Brittany:


6,142 more COVID-19 cases, 15 deaths reported for Thursday and Friday in Utah

Utah's number of COVID-19 cases has increased by 6,142 with 15 more deaths reported for Thursday and Friday, according to the Utah Department of Health. → Read More


Expert theorizes Mackenzie Lueck murderer Ayoola Ajayi was becoming a serial killer

The KSL Investigators sat down with a retired FBI special agent who said he believes the man who pleaded guilty to the murder of University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck was on his way to becoming a career killer. → Read More


How Utah is preparing to meet the mental health demands of COVID-19

Most peer support groups and even therapists have been forced to close their doors to help flatten the curve of the coronavirus. → Read More


A building problem: Utah law loosens licensing requirements for general contractors

From leaking roofs and windows, to massive cracks in the foundation. The KSL Investigators have received dozens of tips about construction defects across our state. → Read More

Mixed-used development means more affordable housing in Travis County

Travis County’s first mixed-use, mixed-income development is officially under construction in the city of Austin. → Read More

Family of boy removed from former Burnet County Joshua Home pushing for charges

In July last year, Burnet County officials removed eight boys from the Joshua Home near Bertram following a multi-agency investigation into allegations of abuse, neglect, labor violations, fraud, licensing violations and human trafficking. → Read More

Bill seeks to provide greater transparency from Texas toll road entities

House Bill 803, which would require toll entities to publish certain financial information online, was authored by Rep. Jared Patterson. → Read More

TxDOT awards IBM contract for toll road billing, customer service system

Now, KXAN has learned TxDOT is in “the process of developing a new back office system tailored for TxDOT’s needs.” The state agency recently awarded a four-year contract to IBM. → Read More

Apache Shores assault survivor speaks, hoping to catch her attacker

KXAN is not identifying the woman by name to protect her. She was attacked inside her Apache Shores home on Aug. 30, 2018. → Read More

Defense begins case in trial for mother accused of leaving newborn in dumpster

Althea Johnson is accused of abandoning her newborn in a dumpster in Austin Oct. 2017. → Read More

Risky Rides: Memo issued to lawmakers urges changes at TxDMV

The Clean Air Task Force made seven recommendations for the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, TxDMV, with the hope of cutting down on crime. → Read More

Affidavit: Father in hospital after defending daughter from her boyfriend

An Austin father is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries after court documents suggest he tried to defend his daughter from her boyfriend. → Read More

Head Start employee touched boys inappropriately, deputies say

A Head Start substitute teaching assistant has been arrested on charges of indecency with children at Uhland Elementary School. → Read More

Man convicted of killing Austin attorney faces 99 years in prison

The man found guilty of killing Austin defense attorney, James Short, is expected to recieved his sentence of 40 years in prison Tuesday in Travis County. → Read More

Man still waiting for wife's autopsy more than 3 months after her death

Geri [last name withheld] passed away unexpectedly on Nov. 14, 2018 after what her husband thought was a "routine surgery." → Read More

APD police chief reflects on Austin bombings one year later

One year after the series of bombings that terrorized the city of Austin and its surrounding areas for weeks, Austin Police Chief Brian Manley is reflecting on the events. → Read More

Funeral home owner misses restitution deadline; prepaid customers in limbo

At the end of 2018, funeral home owner Billy Peel entered into an agreement with the Department of Banking consenting to paying a restitution of $524,780.38 by Feb. 15. → Read More

Man sentenced to 10 months in jail after filming women at an Austin Forever 21

Although the man was eligible for probation, a Travis County judge sentenced him to 10 months in state jail. Prosecutors asked for a 12-month jail sentence. → Read More

Williamson County charges still possible in connection to Tonya Bates' homicide

Tonya Bates' body was discovered by authorities on Dec. 31, 2017, inside her Round Rock duplex. → Read More

Jane Does fight for priest abuse policy changes in Catholic Church

One Austin woman tells KXAN Investigator Brittany Glas that Father Izzy used his power and authority as a priest at St. Thomas More to isolate and intimidate her, then proceeded to assault her during a confession — what she sees as a sacred place and practice in her Catholic faith. → Read More