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This is a listing of past & present members of KSL-TV's news department



  • Jed Boal: Weekdays & afternoon newscasts (R)
  • Amanda Butterfield: Weekdays & afternoon newscasts (R)
  • Scott Haws: Mornings & Noon
  • Bruce Lindsay: Weeknights
  • Keith McCord: Weekends (R)
  • Tonya Papanikolas: Mornings & Noon (R)
  • Lori Prichard: Weekends & Investigative (R)
  • Nadine Wimmer: Weeknights

(R): also serves as reporter

Franchise Reporters

  • Carole Mikita: Arts & Leisure, Religion & fill-in anchor
  • Dr. Kim Mulvhill: Medical reporter (also seen on KPIX-TV in San Francisco)
  • Sam Penrod: Utah County bureau chief
  • Richard Piatt: Political reporter (fill in for anchors)
  • Nadine Wimmer: displays a series of "Staying Safe" reports
  • Ed Yeates: Health & science reporter
  • Sandra Yi: Crime reporter

General Assignment Reporters

  • Alex Cabrero
  • John Daley
  • Sarah Dallof
  • John Hollenhorst
  • Shara Park
  • Nicole Gonzales
  • Jennifer Stagg


  • Kevin Eubank: Weeknights @ 5:00, 6:00 & 10:00 PM
  • Dan Pope: Weekends, Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays @ 4:00 & 6:30 PM
  • Len Randolph: Mondays & Tuesdays @ 4:00 & 6:30 PM
  • Grant Weyman: Morning & Noon


  • Kathy Aiken: Reporter
  • Jeremiah Jensen: Reporter & fill-in anchor
  • Tom Kirkland: Sports director (appears weeknights)
  • Rod Zundel: Weekend anchor
  • Greg Wrubell: Morning anchor

Studio 5Edit

Studio 5 is a midday newsmagazine-style program aired weekdays @ 11:00 AM. It's co-hosts are Brooke Walker & Darin Adams


  • Duane Cardall

Past PersonalitiesEdit

  • Kerry Barrett, morning & noon anchor, currently @ WTXF
  • Craig Bolerjack, sports anchor, presently a play-by-play announcer with the Utah Jazz in addition to play-by-play for college & NFL football broadcasts for CBS Sports
  • Gretchen Carr, weekend & morning anchor, later moved to KCBS-TV; whereabouts unknown
  • Jane Clayson, weekend anchor, formerly co-host of the CBS Early Show
  • Lisa Conley, morning & weekend anchor, later moved to KTVX, whereabouts unknown
  • Reed Cowan, reporter, moved to KTVX ABC 4 as anchor/reporter, now @ WSVN
  • Steve Cyphers, sports anchor, later moved to ESPN; whereabouts unknown
  • Kelley Day, morning anchor/reporter, currently works as the lead female anchor for KOIN
  • Steve Eager, anchor/reporter, currently @ KDFW
  • Mark Eubank, Chief Meteorologist, now retired. Joined KSL in 1990, previously worked for KUTV 22 years prior
  • Dina Freedman, weekend meteorologist, moved to KTVX
  • Ashley Hayes, reporter, currently @ WSB-TV in Atlanta
  • Samantha Hayes, 4:00 & 4:30 PM Anchor/Reporter; currently a CNN correspondent in Washington, D.C.
  • Brent Hunsaker, reporter, currently @ KTVX
  • Jeff Hullinger, Sports anchor/reporter
  • Paul James, Sports Anchor, retired (part of the Nourse, Welti & James team—26 years)
  • Kim Johnson, weekday morning & noon anchor; whereabouts unknown
  • Scott Light, morning & noon anchor, currently @ KPNX
  • Doug Miller, outdoor specialist, later moved to KUTV (died August 2006)
  • Brian Mullahy, anchor/reporter, currently @ KUTV
  • Jim Nantz, sports anchor, now the lead sports announcer for CBS Sports
  • Dick Nourse, Weeknight 10:00 PM anchor, retired on November 27th 2007 after 43 years with KSL
  • Shelley Osterloh, Anchor/Reporter, retired
  • Sterling Poulson, meteorologist, currently @ KUTV
  • Kent Rupe, sports reporter, later moved to KUTV then KSTU, currently @ KTVX
  • Brad Steinke, sports reporter & anchor, currently with FOX Sports Arizona
  • Ruth Todd, Saturday Mornings, 12 Noon, then finally 10:00 PM anchor; moved to KTVX; Now semi-retired
  • Nick Toma, morning & noon anchor/reporter, currently works as the morning & noon anchor for KMAX-TV
  • Robert Walz, reporter, currently @ KTVX
  • Bob Welti, Meteorologist, retired (part of the Nourse, Welti & James team—26 years)
  • Susan Wood, anchor/reporter, later moved to KTVX; now retired
  • Terry Wood, weekday morning & noon anchor, moved to KTVX; now retired
  • Whit Johnson, 6:30 PM anchor/reporter, currently @ CBS Newspath, Washington D.C.
  • Gene Kennedy, Reporter
  • Coco (Nebeker) Warner, Presented High 5 Awards

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