Mike Anderson, KSL

Mike Anderson


Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by mike:


Salt Lake City man alive because son refused to drive him to hospital, doctors say

A Salt Lake City man and his doctors said he survived a heart attack because his son would not take him to the hospital. → Read More


Utah woman recovers from fractured neck and back to open gym and run marathons

Even though she suffered severe injuries in a car crash, a Clearfield woman has thrived through her recovery. → Read More


Dozens of rare birds escape after storm damages large Logan aviary

A Logan man's rare bird collection is now out in the wild. He estimates that more than 100 of them were set free in a recent storm. → Read More


Supply chain issues threatening medical needs at Utah hospitals

Supply chain issues have started to put the squeeze on essentials that our medical professionals need. → Read More


Suspected thieves rummage through Layton neighborhood

A Layton neighborhood has been targeted by thieves and a lot of people say they have the video to prove it. → Read More


Trains bound for Utah part of plan to fix crippled supply chain

Dozens of shipping containers stuck at the Port of Long Beach could soon be headed to Utah by train. It's part of a solution put forward by the Inland Port Authority and Union Pacific to relieve the cargo ship bottleneck that has disrupted the country's supply chain. → Read More


Flesh-eating beetles clean bones in USU veterinary program

It might sound like a grim Halloween display, but flesh-eating beetles are being used to clean up bones at Utah State University. → Read More


UDOT to remove southbound I-15 lane split at Riverdale

Commuters in Weber County can expect a big change on their commute south Tuesday morning. After about two years of lane splits up there, the Utah Department of Transportation is now ready to reopen some of the highway. → Read More


Lawmaker proposes bill to help solve law enforcement 'crisis'

A Utah lawmaker and police chief plans to introduce a bill that will reverse a 2011 bill he says resulted in the decline in people going into law enforcement. → Read More


Father pleads for clues in daughter, daughter-in-law's murders

A community in Moab remains frustrated as investigators continue their search for the person who shot and killed two women. The father of one of those women arrived in town Tuesday to take on his own search for clues. → Read More


North Ogden homeowners say developer is not following through with promises

Construction delays have left some North Ogden homeowners with a lot of unanswered questions. → Read More


Abatement crews struggle as mosquitoes that carry West Nile virus multiply in Utah

Some abatement crews described 2021 as the worst mosquito season ever in Utah as they struggled to push back the pests this summer. Crews said the high temperatures were causing them to multiply. → Read More


Police say woman lit multiple lawns in Kaysville on fire

Some Kaysville homeowners were grateful for a quick response by firefighters and neighbors after police said a woman set fire to five lawns. → Read More


Drought causes closure of Anderson Cove dock at Pineview Reservoir

Historically low water levels have been blamed for the early shutdown of one boating dock at Pineview Reservoir. → Read More


American Fork saves millions of gallons of water as state heads into 'worst' drought

Gov. Spencer Cox warned the state is heading into the worst drought and fire season it has seen while urging Utahns to conserve water, and a city in Utah County said it saved millions of gallons of water last month. → Read More

Utah grocery store owner shot, killed while at work

An Ogden grocery store owner was shot and killed at his store by an unknown gunman late Sunday. → Read More


Gov. Cox: Vaccine distributiona at top of list for first 100 days

Just days into his new job, Governor Spencer Cox is making it clear what his top priorities are for 2021. → Read More


Utah Business Invests In PPE Machine To Survive Pandemic Downturn

A business hit hard by the pandemic is now making a major change as it tries to stay afloat. → Read More


Long lines at landfills as residents wait to dump windstorm debris

Piles of debris are stacking up at landfills, including trailers-full of green waste, as Utahns continue to clean up from Tuesday’s windstorm. → Read More


Health departments struggle to keep up with COVID-19 outbreaks in workplaces

Workplace outbreaks of COVID-19 continue to be a big concern for health departments in Utah and some have been struggling to keep up with requests for help. → Read More