10 memorable stories covered by Bruce Lindsay

Published: Wednesday, May 23 2012 6:05 p.m. MDT

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May 23, 2012, marks KSL anchor Bruce Lindsay's final broadcast. And after 38 years in journalism he has covered countless stories. Lindsay started working at KSL in 1974, and in 1978 he began his broadcast career, and has been a trusted voice in news ever since. Some stories were challenging and some were down right fun. Many were local stories and many took him across the globe. But the greatest story he ever covered was his family, he loved going to violin recitals and all the things a good Dad does. After his family, it would be impossible to rank the stories he has covered through the years. Here are 10 memorable stories and projects that Lindsay was involved with over his many years as journalist, in no particular order.
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Monterey, CA

Mr. Lindsay, I am not from Utah, but have relatives there and so travel every summer to visit. Yours is a face I came to trust and I always enjoyed your personality as you delivered the news. Good luck to you on your future endeavors. You will be missed.

Anytown, CA

How is it, Deseret News, that a "transatlantic live shot" is made from Tokyo? I'm thinking you meant transpacific...

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