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    QB Tanner Mangum’s status uncertain as BYU hosts No. 10 Wisconsin

    PROVO — There’s one big question hovering over the campus of Brigham Young University in Provo heading into Saturday’s 1:30 p.m. kickoff against 10th-ranked Wisconsin at LaVell Edwards Stadium (ABC; KSL Newsradio). Will Tanner Mangum be the starting quarterback, or will injuries defer the role to backup Beau Hoge? Coaches have hinted at an answer, […]
  • Education

    Ben Shapiro coming to U of U after Berkeley speech causes protests

    The University of Utah is preparing for a speech by conservative author Ben Shapiro this September. University spokesman Chris Nelson is part of a team in Berkeley on Thursday seeing how campus handles the speech there. “How the police react, how their administration handles it. We are hoping to see how they ensure the physical […]
  • Business

    AAA: Gas prices up in Utah because of Hurricane Harvey

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Hurricane Harvey has disrupted the global supply enough that we are now getting higher gas prices here, even though the gulf does not supply our gas.   Strong summer travel demand also pushed up prices. Driving around Wednesday morning revealed signs proclaiming $2.58, $2.63 $2.64 a gallon at different locations […]
  • Faith

    Reasons to Hope: Part three, recovery

      Family members of someone who dies by suicide are suddenly thrown into a new world of grief and shock. But recovery is possible for them, and for attempt survivors as well. KSL Newsradio’s Mary Richards has part three of our special series, “Reasons to Hope.” If you or a loved one is having thoughts […]
  • Business

    Apartment vacancy rates in Salt Lake area at all-time low

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — For the eighth straight year, vacancy rates for rental apartments in the Salt Lake metro area have declined — down to the lowest rates ever. But the rising cost of apartment rents may squeeze affordability for many average local households. The vacancy rate is just 2.6 percent. It’s the lowest […]
  • All News

    Reasons to Hope: Part two, Crisis

    This week we in the KSL family are addressing suicide with stories on the radio on TV and online. In a crisis, people may not know where to turn. But there is help and hope available.  KSL Newsradio’s Mary Richards has part two of our special series, “Reasons to Hope.” Wednesday morning in Part 3, […]
  • Utah

    Roy High teacher on leave over quiz on students’ experience with sex, drugs

    ROY, Utah — A Roy high school teacher has been placed on administrative leave after handing students a survey that asked them about sex and drug use.   According to a parent who posted the survey on social media, the teacher told students to fill it out, with their names on it, and to score […]
  • Weather

    Get ready for a cool down in Utah

      SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Get ready for weather whiplash. We are going from an expected high of 92 degrees on Monday, to 68 degrees on Friday. And it will be rainy. “This is a colder storm system coming our way. It will be a cool morning Saturday when it clears out,” said KSL […]
  • Utah

    Reasons to Hope: Part One, Attempt Survivors

      This is suicide prevention week, and here at KSL we are bringing you stories of hope, resilience, resources and recovery. On average, two Utahns die by suicide every day. 12 more are treated for attempts. No one knows exactly why the numbers are so high in our state, but these two Utahns in this […]
  • Weather

    Tampa braces for Hurricane Irma

    TAMPA — Experts fear Hurricane Irma could cause far more damage than Hurricane Andrew, even though it’s not quite as strong. In 1992, Hurricane Andrew hit Florida as a category 5 storm, causing $26 million dollars in damage. Even though building codes have improved greatly in the years since, if same size storm hit today, […]