KSL at Night: 3-27-2024

KSL at Night

KSL at Night: 3-27-2024


Published on Mar 27, 2024, 9:00:00 PM
Total time: 01:16:16

Episode Description

Hosts: Greg Skordas and Taylor Morgan

FBI joins investigation on racist hate crime against Utah women’s basketball team

The Idaho police—and now the FBI—is now involved in investigating a hate crime where people yelled racial slurs at the University of Utah Women’s Basketball team in Idaho. Greg and Taylor break down what happened and what the charges could be.

Who’s to blame for the Baltimore bridge collapse?

DEI is a hot topic in Utah, and this week it sparked another debate. This time it’s about whether it had any involvement in causing the Baltimore bridge collapse yesterday. Utah Rep. Phil Lyman joins Taylor and Greg to share why he thinks there is some correlation.

How to avoid common election-season scams

It is election season, and that means campaign scammers are working their way to our devices. Tim Johnston, Vice President of Outreach at the Better Business Bureau, joins Greg and Taylor with tips on how we can protect ourselves from common campaign scams.

Utah driver facing charges for multiple hit-and-run incidents

A Utah driver who has allegedly been driving around the Wasatch Front and hitting multiple female pedestrians is now being charged with attempted murder. Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill joins Taylor and Greg to discuss what’s happening with this case.

NBC fires Ronna McDaniel after intense backlash

It hasn’t even been a week since former Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel got a job with NBC News as a paid political contributor, but she’s already out. NBC dropped her after the intense backlash that came from some of their very own hosts. Greg and Taylor discuss the reason that’s causing all the public protests.

RNC Co-Chair Lara Trump on the 2020 election and early voting

In a recent NBC interview, newly elected Republican National Committee (RNC) Co-Chair Lara Trump—who is also former President Trump’s daughter-in-law—shared her thoughts on the 2020 election and early voting initiatives. She said the 2020 election is “in the past” and assured that donations to the RNC won’t go towards Trump’s legal bills. ABC News Correspondent Andy Field joins Taylor and Greg with the latest.

Should states hold any power outside of their own borders?

What jurisdiction do states have with respect to other states? What authority do they have—if any—to go into other states and impose their will? Greg and Taylor discuss using examples from Texas and its immigration and abortion laws.

What do Taylor and Greg want to be remembered for?

What would you like to be remembered for? It’s a big question. According to a new survey by OnePoll, 1 in 3 Americans (out of the 2,000 who took the survey) say that they want to be remembered for their creativity. Taylor and Greg share their responses.

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