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    Jazz management warning fans not to fall for buying fake tickets

    SALT LAKE CITY – Preparations are starting to happen at Vivint Smart Arena for games three and four of the playoff series between the Jazz and the Oklahoma City Thunder.  There are some tickets left, but, Jazz management are warning people to avoid buying fake ones. There’s been a spike in the number of tickets […]
  • Technology

    KSL Crimewatch wins First Place in PR Daily’s “Safety Video”

    The following article was originally written by PR Daily. Past episodes of KSL Crimewatch can be viewed at KSL.com/crimewatch. “Virtually every safety video one sees is aimed at delivering a safety message to employees. The Crimewatch series by Bonneville Salt Lake, which owns an AM and FM radio station and a TV station that broadcasts […]
  • Utah

    Lawyer asks judge to toss sexual misconduct lawsuit against Provo

    SALT LAKE CITY — An attorney for Provo says the city did nothing wrong when hiring and then firing its former police chief amid sexual assault claims. Heather White says Provo thoroughly investigated ex-Police Chief John King and properly investigated him when three women accused him of sexual misconduct and assault. “This is entirely inconsistent […]
  • Utah

    Great Utah Shakeout prepares Utahns for the big one

    SALT LAKE CITY — People in office buildings, government offices, school classrooms and more stopped what they were doing about 10:15 a.m. Thursday to observe the Great Utah Shakeout. They did a drill of drop, cover and hold on and then evacuate to test their emergency procedures. A Deseret News report found that roughly 1 in […]
  • Business

    World Trade Center Utah warns of $60m losses from trade war

    A trade war with China could cost a wide variety of Utah businesses 60 million dollars. The list includes Utah’s aerospace industry, hog farms, plastics manufacturers, aluminum recycling companies, wheat farmers and orchard owners. A new report from World Trade Center Utah points out the following: • Over 40% of Utah’s aluminum exports went to […]
  • Utah

    Audit: Utah town gave bonuses in form of Jazz tickets

    PLYMOUTH, Box Elder County — Utah Jazz tickets are the center of a dispute in one small Utah town. A state audit found Plymouth gave out $684 in basketball tickets as bonuses to town employees. Each taxpayer in the tiny town of about 400 people spent about $1.50 on that bill. Utah Auditor John Dougall […]
  • Utah

    State income tax tables updated; low-income families may be worst impacted

    SALT LAKE CITY — State lawmakers are making changes that will likely affect Utah families’ take-home pay this year. Utah has adjusted the state income tax withholding tables, and the news isn’t necessarily good for low-income families. It’s not just Utah. Every state is adjusting its tax withholding tables after the federal government made sweeping […]
  • Utah

    Man in critical condition after officer-involved shooting in Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY- Police say a suspect is in “extremely critical condition” after a shooting today outside a home near 1100 East and Princeton Avenue. ​​​​​​​​​ The Salt Lake Police Department say around 12:15 p.m. officers were dispatched to a home in the area of 1100 and Princeton Ave. on report of a domestic situation. […]
  • Health

    Hepatitis A spreads from Edible Arrangements store in Murray

    MURRAY – There’s a new hepatitis A scare out of Murray, so Salt Lake County tells customers of one store they could have the disease. Hepatitis A has run through the homeless and unhealthy populations, infecting 153 people in the county, and about 220 Utahns, since May. In that time, two people have died from […]
  • Health

    Utah particle pollution improves, ozone worsens in lung report

    The American Lung Association says Utah’s ozone pollution is getting worse, even though other pollution is getting better. The 2018 report found year-round particle pollution levels slightly lower than the 2017 report. Particle pollution is made of soot or tiny particles that come from coal-fired power plants, diesel emissions, wildfires and wood-burning devices. But compared […]