This weekend KSL TV is showcasing some amazing, locally produced programs with International ties. Reporters travel to New York, Philadelphia, Europe, Africa and India to bring you inspirational documentaries — all with direct Utah connections.
In a story Sept. 29 about the shooting of a deer in Washington, D.C., The Associated Press erroneously described the animal that was shot. The animal was a white-tailed deer; it was not an Imperial Stag, which refers to a red deer.
Mormon leaders are set to deliver spiritual guidance at this weekend's twice-yearly conference as their members in the U.S. grapple with a testy presidential election and followers around the world try to respond to increasing needs of refugees.
Pope Francis issued a vague rebuke to Russia on Friday and received an unexpectedly warm welcome from the leader of the Georgian Orthodox Church as he mixed geopolitics with religion on the first day of a three-day trip to the Caucasus.
Ray Grass, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Sep 30th - 11:52am
For those planning to ski and/or snowboard this winter, it would pay to do a little research into the packages available at the 14 Utah resorts and the perks now being offered, which include passes to other resorts in North America.
Turkey's opposition leader accused the government on Friday of using emergency powers from the aftermath of a failed coup to clamp down on dissenting voices, as authorities ordered 12 more news organizations to shut down for alleged threats to national security.
Utah Genome Project researchers are getting the DNA sequences of a thousand people who have family histories of rare and life-threatening diseases. Their analysis hopes to find the genetic causes of a variety of conditions.