Ashley Kewish, KSL

Ashley Kewish


Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Ashley:


Utah couple in NYC to help with COVID-19 response

Michael and Sarah Hunt live in Springville and both have an extensive medical background. They said once they heard the call for help, they couldn\u2019t ignore it. → Read More


Brothers adopted thanks to Wednesday’s Child segment

This holiday season, two boys will be getting exactly what they’ve been wanting for a long time. → Read More

Cedar City mom pleads for the return of flag honoring son’s sacrifice

A mother who is still grieving the loss of her son is pleading with members of the community to keep an eye out for a Granite Mountain Hotshots flag — a cherished item she says was stolen from her yard. → Read More


South Jordan woman raising awareness after suffering from rare autoimmune disorder

A South Jordan woman is speaking out for the first time after suffering from a rare autoimmune disorder called Stevens-Johnson syndrome. She’s sharing her story in hopes of raising awareness. → Read More


Unified police officers set up Millcreek sobriety checkpoint as DUI law change looms

As a change in Utah’s DUI laws looms later this weekend, law enforcement officers were out in Millcreek Friday evening making sure there were no impaired drivers on the roads. → Read More


Medical company donates new wheels after teen's wheelchair stolen in car theft

Rhett Carbine had his personalized wheelchair stolen from his family's Salt Lake City home this week, but a medical supply company has donated a new one to him. → Read More

Latter-day Saint missionary with genetic disorder receives new wheelchair

Nineteen-year-old Rhett Carbine has a rare genetic disorder that makes it hard for him to breath. Two weeks ago, his personalized wheelchair was stolen. → Read More


Wednesday's Child: Patty prepares for new school year; hopes for new family

Back to school shopping is a rite of passage for kids starting out a new year. Patty is going to be a sophomore. On Wednesday, she went to City Creek Center to do some shopping. → Read More


3-year-old Utah boy escapes unnoticed from preschool

Three-year-old Gunner Watts' first day of preschool could've been straight out of an episode of the cartoon → Read More


Unified police mourn retired officer who drowned at Flaming Gorge Reservoir

The Unified Police Department is mourning the death of one of their own. Mikal Wersland drowned Sunday at Flaming Gorge Reservoir. → Read More


Marco Polo app more popular in Utah than anywhere else in the world

Utah has the most downloads per capita than anywhere else in the world when it comes to the app Marco Polo. Co-founder Vlada Bortnik came to Utah on Friday to find out why the Beehive State is buzzing about the app. → Read More


Univ. of Utah professor competes in ‘American Ninja Warrior’

A college professor, a promise to his students, and a hit TV show. Those three things collided for one Utah man Monday night. → Read More


Car troubles on way to toddler’s chemo don't keep Utah family down

A 2-year-old being diagnosed with cancer is something no family wants to face. → Read More


Thousands of June sucker fish released into Utah Lake

As the weather gets warmer, people will start heading out to enjoy many of Utah’s waterways. At Utah Lake on Monday, thousands showed up. No, we’re not talking about people, but a unique fish that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. → Read More


Siblings rescue bunny found with a dart in its head

Buttons the bunny is getting lots of love and food now in a new home. That's a dramatic change from where he was just two days ago: Wandering a park with a dart through his head. → Read More


New Cottonwood Heights City Council member shaves city logo into her head

When you think of politicians, certain images may come to mind. However, one of the newest members of the Cottonwood Heights City Council is taking a different approach — with a different haircut. → Read More


Wednesday's Child: 'My dad went to prison and my mom couldn't take care of us'

Alex is a 15-year-old boy with a love for photography. He's been living in the Utah Foster Care system for years and is hoping to be adopted. → Read More


Kaysville residents: Who keeps stealing our baby Jesus figurine?

Unfortunately, theft of Christmas lights and other lawn decor is something pretty common this time of year. But who steals a baby Jesus figurine from a Nativity display? One Kaysville neighborhood is trying to figure that out. → Read More


Wednesday's Child: Luca dances for peace of mind

Luca is a 17-year-old who has a passion for the performing arts. For him, it's not about performing for an audience; it's about performing for peace of mind. → Read More


Drivers, pedestrians ignoring rail crossings 'a problem,' expert says

Rail Safety Week is a nationwide undertaking to increase awareness and safety around train tracks. In Utah, the campaign kicked off with a video showing just how many people ignore railroad crossing signals. → Read More