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Dozens rally at Utah’s capitol for transgender health care Wednesday

Crowds of people rallied at the capitol building to protest the legislature's ban on transgender related health care for minors.
4 days ago

Domestic violence bill moves to full Utah Senate for vote

S.B. 117 streamlines domestic violence reports, placing them all into one database. Then, Police can access this information before heading to a scene of reported domestic violence.
13 days ago

Parents voice concern at protest against school choice bill

Some parents at the protest said they're concerned about the amount of money the voucher program would drain from public education.
14 days ago

One thing is certain – any upgrade for West High School will be costly

Each option for West High discussed at a community meeting this week is around $300 to $415 million and could take eight years to complete.
19 days ago

After an unexpected arrival, over 20 Venezuelan refugees found help in Salt Lake City

Up to 30 Venezuelan refugees showed up in a bus to the Rescue Mission of Salt Lake three months ago, unexpectedly. But the shelter was still able to help.
25 days ago

Ski bus service to Big and Little Cottonwood gets over $200,00 in funding

Ski bus service has been strained this season because of a system-wide staffing shortage at the Utah Transit Authority, but more buses are coming.
26 days ago

Bird flu causing egg shortage, high prices

An egg shortage is causing steep price increases in local grocery stores. The shortage comes as a result from rampant bird flu in poultry populations.
28 days ago

Officials say Salt Lake City bid won’t be affected by Japan’s paused bid

Salt Lake City's Olympic bid hit the news recently when Japan put a pause on Sapporo's bid due to an ongoing bribery scandal.
1 month ago

Utah House looking for candidates to fill seat left by Rep. Adam Robertson

Rep. Adam Robertson announced his resignation a week ago, saying he wanted to focus on his role in the company he co-founded.
1 month ago

Altercation prompts reminder from police for hikers to keep dogs on leash

According to the Washinton County Sherrif's Office, the altercation started because a hiker did not have his dog on a leash.
2 months ago

Warming center in Logan provides relief to homeless Utahns

The warming center will provide emergency overnight relief during the cold winter months to anyone experiencing homelessness or needing shelter.
2 months ago

Dog shoes offer more than just cuteness, expert says

SALT LAKE CITY — As the weather gets colder, paw care for pets is increasingly important. Dog shoes aren’t just a cute fashion statement, it actually allows them to enjoy the outdoors just like humans.  Kathie Beals runs Herding Haven, a rescue shelter for working dogs. Beals said that the salt used for icy walkways […]
2 months ago

Police say they are closing in on 6-year cold case that rocked West Valley

The West Valley Police Department is reportedly closing in on potential suspects related to the murder of Javier Medina. The case has been cold for 6 years.
2 months ago

Cottonwood canyons face major traffic congestion following start of ski season

A member of the Cottonwood Heights Council spoke with KSL NewsRadio about traffic congestion in the Cottonwood canyons.
2 months ago

The Division of Wildlife Resources rock water levels in Utah lakes by adding millions of fish

Annually, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources restocks local waterbodies around the state with fish to enhance the angling experience and boost native fish populations.
2 months ago

West Side community voices concerns over I-15 expansion

A UDOT expansion project has some residents voicing concerns. The project would span from Farmington to Salt Lake City.
2 months ago

West Jordan Elementary School is closing its gates after 40 years

West Jordan Elementary is closing its gate for the last time at the end of the school year, due to safety issues within the infrastructure.
2 months ago

Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office being sued after former cadet reports abuse

A former Salt Lake County Sheriff deputy and academy instructor allegedly committed numerous sexual assaults against a former cadet.
2 months ago

Union Pacific, Utah farmers, relieved threat of strike has passed

Union Pacific Railroad representatives said claims about days off, made by workers threatening to strike, were outright false.
2 months ago

Fiercely self-sufficient Hell’s Backbone cafe owners turn to public for help

The Hell's Backbone Grill and Farm owners were persuaded by friends and supporters to not give up. It looks to have worked.
2 months ago

Sugar House locals worry 2100 South poses threat to safety and business

As Salt Lake City prepares to rebuild 2100 South, local businesses in Sugar House are asking that safety for foot traffic be a top priority.
2 months ago

Former American Fork soccer coach arrested on charges of child sexual abuse

The suspect arrested on charges of child sexual abuse was reportedly a soccer coach for the UC Strikers and Utah FC junior teams, between 2000 and 2014, according to American Fork Police.
2 months ago