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Healthy marriages good for Utah taxpayers, says governor’s adviser

An adviser to Utah Gov. Spencer Cox says state government is invested in and promotes the importance of strong, healthy marriages and families.
1 day ago

Come on in, the water’s fine (but remember to wear a life jacket)

The Utah Division of Outdoor Recreation law enforcement chief shares his knowledge and experience with selecting the right life jacket and using it safely.
6 days ago

Inflation eases but grocery store prices in Utah still stinging

Inflation eases slightly in April, but in Utah, consumers are still feeling the pinch of grocery-store prices.
7 days ago

Utah experts share life-saving boat safety tips

As spring moves into summer, two Utah experts share their knowledge and experience about boat safety.
8 days ago

Lawyer rips Idaho prosecutor for not charging 18-year-old man, who allegedly yelled racist and sexual slurs at U. women’s basketball players

KSL's legal analyst criticizes a northern Idaho prosecutor's decision not to charge a young man accused of shouting racist and sexual slurs at black players on the University of Utah women's basketball team while in Coeur d'Alene.
12 days ago

Granite School District lays down the law on cellphones in schools

The Granite School District is rolling out a districtwide policy on using and misusing cellphones and other personal electronic devices in schools.
14 days ago

Women on birth control and weight-loss meds are becoming pregnant

Some women on birth control who are also taking weight-loss medications like Ozempic are becoming pregnant.
26 days ago

Utah student earns perfect ACT score but rejected by MIT and BYU

A perfect ACT score is not enough for a Davis High School student to gain admission to MIT or BYU.
27 days ago

After 40 years, Payson High bringing home Bacon

Kevin Bacon returns Saturday to Payson High School for the 40th anniversary of the movie Footloose.
1 month ago

How an earthquake impacts homes and buildings 

A structural engineer discusses how an earthquake rattles homes and buildings.
1 month ago

Great Utah Shakeout: How to make your home earthquake-safe

An adviser discusses how to make your home safe for the Great Utah Shakeout.
1 month ago

Who shot, killed bald eagle near Cedar City? $10,000 reward available

A $10,000 reward is available for information leading to the conviction of the perpetrator who shot and killed a protected bald eagle near Cedar City.
1 month ago

New Utah law targets auto-renewal subscriptions

A new Utah law says companies now have between 30 and 60 days to notify subscribers of their upcoming automatic renewal.
1 month ago

Are you ready for an earthquake in Utah?

An expert from Be Ready Utah advises during an earthquake, drop, cover and hold on.
1 month ago

Utah doctor shines light on understanding, managing bipolar disorder

A Utah psychiatry professor speaks about understanding and managing bipolar disorder.
1 month ago

Kyler had bipolar disorder: His story, from the beginning

Kyler's battle against bipolar disorder ends on New Year's Day but it began as a sophomore in high school, his father said.
2 months ago

Eubank gazes into snow globe to predict spring runoff in Utah

KSL Meteorologist Kevin Eubank talks about the abundant snowpack and what to expect from the spring runoff in Utah.
2 months ago

Don’t surrender pets to a shelter. Send in a pro to reverse bad behavior, says Utah trainer

An expert discusses controlling the unwanted behavior of pets.
2 months ago

S.L. County DA says driver in hit-and-run crashes stalked victims

The Salt Lake County district attorney said the driver allegedly involved in a series of hit-and-run crashes intentionally targeted his female victims
2 months ago

Utah mom fears loss of followers and income if TikTok sold

A Utah TikTok creator talks about what banning the app in the U.S. would do to her family's primary source of income.
2 months ago

I-215 westbound in Murray to close Friday evening

The westbound lanes of Interstate 215 will close over the weekend as crews work on the 300 West bridge above it.
2 months ago

Governor talks record number of bills and safety on Utah roads

Gov. Spencer Cox had until midnight on March 21, 2024, to finish signing or vetoing any remaining bills.
2 months ago

Can’t afford new home? Would you renovate a fixer-upper?

Is it worth the work and money to attempt to renovate a fixer-upper home? Realtor discusses pros and cons.
2 months ago

How to take a big bite out of tuition costs in Utah

The University of Utah, Utah State University, Southern Utah University and Salt Lake Community College are all seeking approval for tuition increases for next year. But colleges and universities in the state offer tuition benefits for employees, spouse and dependent children under 26.
2 months ago