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Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News

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News, politics, traffic, weather and more from Utah, anchored by veteran news junkie Jeff Caplan alongside Maria Shilaos.

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Learn more about the First Vision Bicentennial

This is the Bicentennial year of the beginning roots of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints... when 14-year-old Joseph Smith says God appeared to him in answer to prayer. That event is being celebrated in unique ways. KSL Newsradio’s Mary Richards takes an indepth look... More on the First Vision Bicentennial this Sunday at noon during our General Conference coverage on KSL Newsradio.

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Learn more about the First Vision Bicentennial

Meet the American Sign Language interpreters from the daily coronavirus briefing

We bring these daily briefings from the Utah Coronavirus Task Force to you LIVE here on KSL Newsradio. You know that. You listen. But, that's not really an option for the deaf and hard of hearing. That's why -- if you've watched any of the briefings on KSL TV -- you've probably noticed two hard-working gentlemen interpreting in American Sign Language....for the Governor.....for the state epidemiologist.....and others. It's a much-needed service....and we wanted to chat with one of these guys. Joining us live now is Clay Anderson with the Utah Division of Services for The Deaf and Hard of Hearing.... * Clay, thank you so much for your time and thank you for what you do. * You and your colleague Trenton Marsh have been VERY busy lately.....tell us how important it is....the work that you do? * You are a hearing person....and Trenton is deaf....right? So, when Trenton is in front of the camera during these briefings, you're actually interpreting for him....and then he signs for the people watching at home? * We've heard so many positive and complimentary comments about your and Trenton's expressiveness during these briefings.......now, facial expression has something to do with grammar in American Sign Language....right? * How difficult is it to interpret during such stressful times and with such technical, complicated topics?

12 MIN2 d ago
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Meet the American Sign Language interpreters from the daily coronavirus briefing

Italy is offering some lessons in fighting coronavirus

As Italy looks back on its massive death toll from the coronavirus pandemic.....it's offering lessons on how other countries can fight the disease. ABC's Megan Williams reports from Rome

10 MIN2 d ago
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Italy is offering some lessons in fighting coronavirus

The 5 O'Clock Report: No new deaths in Utah

The coronavirus numbers in Utah continue to rise-- but the number of deaths stays at 7. As of this afternoon... we have 1246 cases -- 172 more than yesterday... A total of 24-thousand Utahns have been tested. State epidemiologist Dr. Angela Dunn says... it's not the daily numbers we should watch -- it's the trend over two weeks.

27 MIN2 d ago
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The 5 O'Clock Report: No new deaths in Utah

KSL News Brief 6:30pm – Apr. 3, 2020

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KSL News Brief 6:30pm – Apr. 3, 2020

KSL News Brief 6:00pm – Apr. 3, 2020

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KSL News Brief 6:00pm – Apr. 3, 2020

KSL News Brief 5:30pm – Apr. 3, 2020

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KSL News Brief 5:30pm – Apr. 3, 2020

KSL News Brief 5:00pm – Apr. 3, 2020

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KSL News Brief 5:00pm – Apr. 3, 2020

KSL News Brief 4:30pm – Apr. 3, 2020

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KSL News Brief 4:30pm – Apr. 3, 2020

KSL News Brief 3:00pm – Apr. 3, 2020

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KSL News Brief 3:00pm – Apr. 3, 2020

Latest Episodes

Learn more about the First Vision Bicentennial

This is the Bicentennial year of the beginning roots of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints... when 14-year-old Joseph Smith says God appeared to him in answer to prayer. That event is being celebrated in unique ways. KSL Newsradio’s Mary Richards takes an indepth look... More on the First Vision Bicentennial this Sunday at noon during our General Conference coverage on KSL Newsradio.

11 MIN2 d ago
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Learn more about the First Vision Bicentennial

Meet the American Sign Language interpreters from the daily coronavirus briefing

We bring these daily briefings from the Utah Coronavirus Task Force to you LIVE here on KSL Newsradio. You know that. You listen. But, that's not really an option for the deaf and hard of hearing. That's why -- if you've watched any of the briefings on KSL TV -- you've probably noticed two hard-working gentlemen interpreting in American Sign Language....for the Governor.....for the state epidemiologist.....and others. It's a much-needed service....and we wanted to chat with one of these guys. Joining us live now is Clay Anderson with the Utah Division of Services for The Deaf and Hard of Hearing.... * Clay, thank you so much for your time and thank you for what you do. * You and your colleague Trenton Marsh have been VERY busy lately.....tell us how important it is....the work that you do? * You are a hearing person....and Trenton is deaf....right? So, when Trenton is in front of the camera during these briefings, you're actually interpreting for him....and then he signs for the people watching at home? * We've heard so many positive and complimentary comments about your and Trenton's expressiveness during these briefings.......now, facial expression has something to do with grammar in American Sign Language....right? * How difficult is it to interpret during such stressful times and with such technical, complicated topics?

12 MIN2 d ago
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Meet the American Sign Language interpreters from the daily coronavirus briefing

Italy is offering some lessons in fighting coronavirus

As Italy looks back on its massive death toll from the coronavirus pandemic.....it's offering lessons on how other countries can fight the disease. ABC's Megan Williams reports from Rome

10 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Italy is offering some lessons in fighting coronavirus

The 5 O'Clock Report: No new deaths in Utah

The coronavirus numbers in Utah continue to rise-- but the number of deaths stays at 7. As of this afternoon... we have 1246 cases -- 172 more than yesterday... A total of 24-thousand Utahns have been tested. State epidemiologist Dr. Angela Dunn says... it's not the daily numbers we should watch -- it's the trend over two weeks.

27 MIN2 d ago
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The 5 O'Clock Report: No new deaths in Utah

KSL News Brief 6:30pm – Apr. 3, 2020

5 MIN2 d ago
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KSL News Brief 6:30pm – Apr. 3, 2020

KSL News Brief 6:00pm – Apr. 3, 2020

6 MIN2 d ago
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KSL News Brief 6:00pm – Apr. 3, 2020

KSL News Brief 5:30pm – Apr. 3, 2020

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KSL News Brief 5:30pm – Apr. 3, 2020

KSL News Brief 5:00pm – Apr. 3, 2020

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KSL News Brief 5:00pm – Apr. 3, 2020

KSL News Brief 4:30pm – Apr. 3, 2020

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KSL News Brief 4:30pm – Apr. 3, 2020

KSL News Brief 3:00pm – Apr. 3, 2020

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KSL News Brief 3:00pm – Apr. 3, 2020
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