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  • Safety

    People living near landslide say they see a lot of movement

    RIVERDALE – Residents in Riverdale are growing more and more frustrated with a landslide that’s creeping closer to their homes. There is a line of fencing and caution tape that surround several homes near the area of 4850 South and 600 West.  These residents didn’t want to be interviewed, but, they claim they see more […]
  • Special Coverage: Navigating Utah Construction

    The Utah Department of Transportation announced an ambitious construction plan for the year at the start of April. The projects run the gamut from adding segments of sidewalk to a major lane expansion on I-15 in Lehi.
  • Health

    Woods Cross mayor promises help for homeowners in sewage flood

    WOODS CROSS – Good news and bad news from a Woods Cross city council meeting, where residents demanded reimbursement for the city’s water main break that ruined their homes. Residents were threatening to sue. “You guys have no liability for the city itself, other than the fact that the insurance company says no?” Mayor Rick […]
  • Government

    Woods Cross residents plan to sue city for sewage flood damage

    Angry homeowners plan to flood Tuesday night’s Woods Cross city council meeting, more than a month after raw sewage flooded their homes.
  • Crime

    Road rage case ends with a shot fired and arrest

    WEST JORDAN — Police are investigating a road rage case that ended with a shot fired.  It happened Friday night.  West Jordan police say Arlo Rey Beltan, 31, fired a shot at another driver after he and a 28 year old man got into a dispute somewhere on I-15.  West Jordan police officer Scott Lift […]
  • UDOT to begin major road construction projects

    Work begins this spring on several major road projects throughout Utah. KSL Newsradio’s Mary Richards reports. UDOT crews are planning over 100 road projects for this year. Here's a look at the top 10 projects in terms of impact. More information on each of these projects can be found here: #Utah — Utah […]
  • Crime

    Man arrested, accused of causing crash while extremely drunk

    COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS — Police say they’re amazed no one was injured after a drunken driver caused a three-car accident. Investigators say the man’s blood-alcohol level was nearly four times the legal limit. Officers said Stanley Shane Gurule, 57, was driving a pickup truck at the drive-thru of McDonald’s, 7024 S. Highland Drive, about 5:30 p.m. Saturday […]
  • Utah

    New device clears trash out of the Jordan River

    Salt Lake County and conservation experts believe a new trash boom can go a long way toward cleaning up the trash floating in the Jordan River. They hope removing the junk and preventing it from reaching the Great Salt Lake will improve conditions for waterfowl.
  • Government

    Protest marches planned for Saturday in Utah

    Local organizers will have events on Saturday coinciding with the national “March for Our Lives” event in Washington DC. KSL Newsradio’s Mary Richards reports.
  • Crime

    Organizers say they held perhaps the largest gun class ever in Utah

    Saturday in a warehouse in Sandy, the Utah Gun Exchange held a free concealed carry class for teachers, educators, and any student over age 18. They say it was packed; perhaps with 1,000 people. No media was allowed inside to respect the attendees’ privacy, but online posts from the organizers and some of the around […]