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Stay away from fast-moving water this summer

Utah is flirting with triple-digit weather this weekend and as tempting as it may be police say to stay away from fast-moving water.
3 hours ago

New food bank opens in Hurricane

The new food bank in Hurricane is following the opening of three pantries that were open in San Juan County, which will make it easier to serve more people in the eastern Washington County.
1 day ago

Arraignment for driver accused of killing two boys in Eagle Mountain on Wednesday

The accused, Kent Cody Barlow, was reportedly driving over 100 mph when he crashed into Cedar Valley Stables.
1 day ago

Former Bees announcer Steve Klauke died after an auto-pedestrian accident, Sandy Police confirm

Steve Klauke, longtime voice of the Salt Lake Bees and member of the Jazz broadcast team has died. 
2 days ago

Heavy metal isn’t as damaging to the voice as you may think

Heavy Metal singers might sound like they're screaming, but it's not damaging their voices the way a normal scream might.
3 days ago

12-year-old boy rescued from Provo River dies

A person was reported to be missing in Provo at Bridal Veil Falls on Saturday afternoon. Search and rescue crews were called into the area.
5 days ago

Salt Lake County DA files additional charge in Herriman stabbing case

A16-year-old was killed in what started as a fight between two groups in Herriman on May 29, 2024.
7 days ago

Utahns rappelling for refugees

Utahns can now help raise money for refugees "the Utah Way" by rappelling down an 18-story building in downtown Salt Lake City. 
8 days ago

In appeal, Chad Daybell asks Idaho Supreme Court to review verdict, sentence

An attorney for Chad Daybell has filed an appeal asking the state supreme court to evaluate Daybell's trial and verdict.
8 days ago

Bear that woke up residents in Salt Lake City safely relocated

Police spotted a bear in Salt Lake City Wednesday morning. It was in a tree near 300 West Reed Ave.
8 days ago

Jury sentences Chad Daybell to death

The decision comes two days after the jury convicted Daybell for the murders of Tylee Ryan, JJ Vallow and Tammy Daybell.
12 days ago

One dead after drive-by shooting near Murray North TRAX station

Three adult males were shot near the Murray North TRAX station in a drive-by shooting, one has been pronounced dead.
14 days ago

UPDATED: Teen killed, one charged in Herriman stabbing

A teen was found stabbed to death in Herriman. Four suspects have been detained by the Herriman Police Department.
15 days ago

After 25 cases of racist comments, Utah Youth Soccer is making changes

This Utah Youth Soccer Association reported comments between player-to-player and many comments by parents from the stands.
16 days ago

Taun Beddes: Reasons why your lawn is suddenly turning brown

The KSL Greenhouse show host Taun Beddes shares why some lawns turn brown and how to treat the problem if that happens to you.
19 days ago

Graduates from U’s FinTech program join a popular, growing field

FinTech grads will fill roles in businesses that include digital banking, blockchain technology, and artificial intelligence.
21 days ago

Salt Lake City ranks high in new data on transportation pollution

The state's Capitol City is getting some national praise for efforts to reduce transportation pollution.
22 days ago

American Fork car crash on I-15 ends in fatality

A car crash in American Fork on I-15 ended in one fatality when the driver crashed into an off-ramp in early Sunday morning.
25 days ago

A resolution recognizing this week as National Police Week has passed

Utah Senator Mitt Romney supports a resolution to recognize this week as "National Police Week." In Sergeant Bill Hooser's remembrance and all officers that sacrificed their lives for their community.
27 days ago

Spy Hop hosting its second annual Queer Prom Friday

Weeks before Pride Month starts up, Spy Hop is celebrating love in all of its forms with Queer Prom. The event is free to attend.
27 days ago

Man found guilty on all counts for local toymaker’s death

Asael Lyman has been found guilty on all counts for Nile Thacker's death. Thacker, a local toymaker, was delivering toys when he was killed.
27 days ago

Brown v. Board of Education ruling marks 70 years

The Brown v. Board of Education ruling marks its 70th anniversary today. The Supreme Court ruling outlawed segregation in schools.
27 days ago

Closing arguments could be soon for Chad Daybell

KSL legal analyst Greg Skordas said closing arguments could happen before the end of the month in the trial of Chad Daybell.
28 days ago

LIVE: Officials address summer water safety

Utah officials are sharing reminders on water safety as summer get closer and the weather gets nicer.
28 days ago