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pets...
Curt Gresseth

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.
19 days ago
fixer-upper...
Curt Gresseth

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.
27 days ago
A wrong-way driver crashed into a car on NB Legacy on Sunday morning. (Canva)...
Kennedy Camarena

Wrong-way driver crash results in one death

A wrong-way crash has ended with the death of one of the drivers. The wrong-way driver is suspected to have been under the influence.
1 month ago
South Jordan said their cleanup efforts have concluded, taking 25 dumpsters-full of tumbleweeds to ...
Heather Peterson

Tumbleweed cleanup in South Jordan comes to an end

South Jordan said their cleanup efforts have concluded, taking 25 dumpsters-full of tumbleweeds to the landfill.
1 month ago
DAYBREAK — Wayne O. Ursenbach, a World War II veteran, explosives researcher, man of faith, husb...
Eliza Pace

Utah veteran, survivor of Battle of the Bulge, reflects on incredible 100 years

Wayne O. Ursenbach, a World War II veteran, explosives researcher, man of faith, husband, and father will turn 100 years old on Dec. 4, 2023.
5 months ago
The area just north of the Central Pointe Trax Station, adjacent to Ballpark neighborhood. Photo cr...
Mark Jackson

Input wanted for area plan north of Central Pointe Trax Station

Salt Lake City planners are seeking input from residents on how to uses land in the Ballpark neighborhood.
6 months ago
SALT LAKE CITY -- Inmates in one housing unit at the Utah State Correctional Facility were quaranti...
Dan Bammes

Housing unit quarantined after scabies outbreak at state correctional facility

57 inmates were affected after a breakout of scabies in a housing unit at the Utah State Correctional Facility.
7 months ago
Image of traffic moving near construction zones in Utah....
ELIZA PACE

Construction to cause delays on I-215 in SLC this weekend

Those heading out this weekend may run into traffic delays due to construction on Interstate 215.
7 months ago
UTAH COUNTY, Utah — The CEO of a non-profit group dedicated to helping those affected by human t...
BY MICHAEL HOUCK AND BRIANNA CHAVEZ, KSL TV

Exitus CEO arrested for allegedly faking nursing credentials and misleading investors

The CEO of a non-profit group dedicated to helping those affected by human trafficking was arrested on Friday for over 30 fraud-related charges.
7 months ago
SALT LAKE CITY — President Russell M. Nelson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-d...
KSL.com

Church President Russell M. Nelson celebrates 99th birthday on 9/9

President Russell M. Nelson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is celebrating his 99th birthday on Saturday. Church President Russell M. Nelson celebrates 99th birthday on 9/9
7 months ago
SALT LAKE CITY — The Japanese Church of Christ honored the local Japanese community and shared...
Gabrielle Shiozawa, KSL.com

‘Sharing our culture’: Utahns celebrate Japanese Church of Christ’s first-ever summer festival

The Japanese Church of Christ in Salt Lake honored the local Japanese community and shared its culture with other Utahns at its first-ever summer festival, Natsu Matsuri.
8 months ago
Maj. Gen. Michael Turley, the adjutant general of the Utah National Guard talks at the Armed Force...
LADD EGAN AND KEIRA FAIRMONT, KSL-TV

Head of Utah National Guard, on paid leave, denies having improper relationship

Despite the U.S. Army Inspector General Agency concluding an investigation into the head of the Utah National Guard and finding the allegations substantiated, Maj. Gen. Michael Turley said in a statement to KSL Friday afternoon, Turley said, “I do deny any allegations of an improper relationship.”
8 months ago
LOGAN — A Utah State University grad has settled his lawsuit against the university involving al...
Gabrielle Shiozawa, KSL.com

USU grad settles racism lawsuit for $45K

Utah State University grad Gregory Noel has settled a lawsuit against the university involving allegations of racist treatment by a professor and what he saw as an inadequate response by USU for $45,000.
9 months ago
Associated Press

Utah to get a PGA Tour event for first time since 1963

The FedEx Cup Fall is for players trying to secure PGA Tour cards for next season, or acquire enough points to qualify for other tournaments.
10 months ago
The record-breaking winter in Utah is helping the lakes around the state reach proper water levels,...
Allessandra Harris Gurr

Study shows worldwide lakes losing water, Utah is bouncing back

The record-breaking winter in Utah is helping the lakes around the state reach proper water levels, however, other lakes across the nation are drying out study finds.
11 months ago
Ryan Cowley
Director of Elections. (Photo credit: Screen Shot from Government Operations Interim Co...
Lindsay Aerts

Utah has turned over 20 county clerks in the last 3 years, state elections office says

The revelation came as State Dir. of Elections Ryan Cowley asked the legislature to pump the brakes on some of their election-related bills.
11 months ago
The American Red Cross is working right now to help Logan residents after a trailer park flooded. ...
Aimee Cobabe

Red Cross is helping as flooding hits Logan trailer park

The American Red Cross is working right now to help Logan residents after a trailer park flooded. 
11 months ago
The President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is now using a walker, but remains...
Waverly Golden

The President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints now using walker, in good spirits

The President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Russell M. Nelson, is now using a walker, but remains in good spirits.
11 months ago
The West is experiencing exceptionally high gas prices, compared to the West. Spokes person for AAA...
Adam Small

Gas prices continue to soar in the West, now over $4 a gallon in Utah

The West is experiencing exceptionally high gas prices, compared to the West. Spokes person for AAA says this is likely due to a weak oil market.
11 months ago
Animal shelter...
MICHAEL HOUCK, KSL-TV

Abandoned puppies rescued from Tooele road, golf course

The shelter says the five German Shepherds are sweet and slowly adjusting to humans after their experience but need a new home to help them.
11 months ago
A Early Childhood Education teacher at Sunshine Academy in Alpine and his younger brother celebrate...
Waverly Golden

Pair of brothers handout painted flower pots for Mother’s Day

A Early Childhood Education teacher at Sunshine Academy in Alpine and his younger brother celebrated Mother's Day at River Meadows Senior Living.
11 months ago
A USPS collection box....
Waverly Golden

Former United States Postal Service worker accused of destroying mail

A former Salt Lake City Express Mail Clerk with the United States Postal Service was accused by a federal jury of destroying immigration mail.
11 months ago
The railroad causeway is breached on the Great Salt Lake as photographed on Wednesday, May 3, 2023....
Amy Joi O’Donoghue

‘It was fantastic.’ Pilot revels in Great Salt Lake’s wonders

Pilot Gary Kraft has flown over the Great Salt Lake at 15,000 feet, but this week was a different experience.
12 months ago
Police seek publics help in finding the suspect who created the vandalism in the photo....
Waverly Golden

Vandalism along North Temple, SLCPD seeks public’s help

Police seek help from the public in identifying the suspect who vandalised along North Temple.
12 months ago