KSL College Football Pick'em
News  /  Home  / 

Latest News & Features

Local film festival showcases movies created with mobile devices

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 12:45pm

Local and international short films shot with a mobile device will be shown at the second annual Pocket Film Festival on Saturday.

UPDATED

Woman accused as posing as attorney sentenced to jail

Lindsay Whitehurst and Michelle L. Price, Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 12:41pm

A Utah woman accused of posing as a lawyer and even negotiating a plea deal for a client is headed to jail for 62 days.

UPDATED

3 gay couples get marriage licenses in Kentucky county

Adam Beam, Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 12:31pm

At least three gay couples received marriage licenses Friday in Rowan County, embracing and celebrating as the defiant clerk sat remained jailed because she refuses to issue the licenses or allow her deputies to hand them out.

Pilot program gives high schoolers paid internships in aerospace industry

Morgan Jacobsen  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 12:16pm

The Governor's Office of Economic Development announced a new program Friday that will allow high schoolers to get paid internships, graduate with a certificate in aerospace manufacturing and immediately begin a career.

Man with brain injury missing for 3 days

Natalie Crofts  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 11:53am

Police are asking the public for help Friday to find a missing man who has a brain injury.

What you say matters: How to encourage women in STEM

Carrie Rogers-Whitehead, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 11:45am

Three ways our language and environment discourages women in their choices and pursuit of STEM education and careers, along with ways to overcome those issues.

10 tips for enjoying the lake with young kids

Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 11:29am

A trip to the lake can cause parents anxiety, but taking kids to the lake doesn't have to be stressful. Here are 10 tips on how to make a trip to the lake enjoyable for families with young children.

Refugees in Hungary start moving west on foot

Shawn Pogatchnik and Pablo Gorondi, Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 11:21am

Hundreds of migrants frustrated at being stuck at two train stations in Hungary set off on foot for Austria on Friday, one group forming a line nearly a half-mile long as they streamed out of Budapest, the other breaking out of a train near a migrant reception center and then running toward the West after overwhelming police.

World's largest twin-engine jetliner closer to real

Thom Patterson, CNN  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 11:12am

Big rumblings are going on at America's airplane capital — the Boeing Co. aircraft factory north of Seattle. Engineers are moving forward with building the world's biggest twin-engine jetliner.

August 2015: 15 incredible user photos

Utah.com  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 11:11am

From the amateur enthusiasts to the professional photographer, users from across the state send in their best scenic and weather shots each month to KSL.com. Here are 25 of the best shots taken in August that depict the beauty of Utah.

People who think they're overweight are more likely to gain weight, study says

Jessica Ivins  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 10:32am

Positive thinking can be a powerful thing, especially when it comes to the way you see yourself.

Utah Jazz families grow during the summer

Andy Larsen  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 10:20am

The Utah Jazz have had a pretty quiet offseason in terms of transactions, but the players on the team have had their lives change in big ways off the court.

PARTNER

The BYU 100: Ranking the best football players in school history

Jay Yoemans, Deseret News  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 10:18am

In honor of BYU's season opener, here is a list of the best football players in school history.

Double mastectomies for men with breast cancer on the rise

Carina Storrs, CNN  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 10:00am

An increasing number of women in the last decade have decided to have both their breasts removed after being diagnosed with cancer in a single breast. It now seems that more men are also opting to have this type of double mastectomy.

Stress at work is just as bad as secondhand smoke

Elizabeth Cohen, CNN  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 9:39am

Workplace stress isn't just annoying -- it's as bad for your health as secondhand smoke, according to a new study by researchers at Harvard Business School and Stanford University.

Israeli man charged in cyberattack on Overstock.com

Dennis Romboy  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 9:20am

An Israeli man faces federal charges for allegedly launching a cyberattack against Utah-based Overstock.com.

Sleeping late? Napping a lot? What your sleep says about your health

Meera Senthilingam, CNN  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 8:54am

Do you sleep between seven to nine hours per night? According to the experts this is the amount needed, on average, to keep our minds alert and our bodies healthy -- but many people aren't getting enough.

US can learn from Utah on gay marriage license issue, professor says

Dennis Romboy  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 8:38am

A new Utah law requires county clerks to create policies to issue marriage licenses, but it doesn't dictate those guidelines.

Rep. Love to repay $1.1K in travel expenses

Lisa Riley Roche  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 8:17am

Rep. Mia Love is paying back the cost of a weekend trip to Washington, D.C., last April after a national publication questioned more than $1,100 in travel expenses billed to taxpayers.

Why did I make an apple pie?

Kate Rose Lee, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 8:01am

I had a thought over and over to make an apple pie — a kind that I didn't even like to eat. It wasn't until I realized the pie was never intended for me that I understood why.

Sample shows 'normal' water at Lake Powell following mine spill

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 7:33am

Sampling at Lake Powell shows normal levels of contaminants that meet drinking water standards and sediment results that are within "recreational" range. Long-term monitoring will continue after the Aug. 5 breach of the Gold King Mine.

Anti-DUI campaign gets underway as UHP prepares for holiday weekend

Chris Larson  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 6:49am

Maverik is launching an anti-drunken driving campaign at its stores as UHP troopers prepare for the Labor Day weekend. Maverik's director of marketing shared his experience of losing his younger brother to a drunk driver last year.

Riverton landslide comes within 10 feet of home

Ben Lockhart  |  Posted  Sep 3rd - 11:59pm

A landslide came within about 10 feet of a home Thursday afternoon, fire officials said.

Markets

DJIA 16069.21 -305.55
Nasdaq 4682.70 -50.80
S&P 500 1921.02 -30.11